The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
The Colbert Report
Season 8 • 10/22/2003
It doesn't matter what you think, you're wrong.
Just About the HungerThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
David Blaine's stunts are a metaphor, as in today's troubled times, there are no escapes.
Moment of Zen - Macaroni Penguin ReadingThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Laura Bush sees a sea lion splashing at her.
Headlines - Blade RunnerThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
A 20-year-old kid emails the FBI to tell them he is going to sneak box cutters onto a plane and it takes the FBI five weeks to respond.
Where's My Jane Goodall?The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Welcome to the real world -- they show you the grape and then stick you with the cucumber.
Moment of Zen - Monkeys and MoonshineThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
A monkey drinks moonshine to sad music.
The Kobe TrialThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Outside of the Kobe Bryant trial, a media circus has already pitched its tent even though the trial has yet to begin.
Van Buren AnecdotesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Jon speculates on what college kids may have just gotten out of the Walter Isaacson interview.
Walter IsaacsonThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Walter Isaacson talks about the Founding Fathers and how easy it was to invent something in the 18th century.
Liza Beat MeThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
There is no conceivable amount of money in the world that could possibly be worth telling the world you were beaten up by Liza Minnelli.
Headlines - Witless For The DefenseThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
John Allen Muhammad attempted to defend himself and then changed his mind.
The Colbert ReportThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Stephen Colbert's latest, just canceled project, The Colbert Report, almost was an in your face news show.
Anthony HopkinsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Anthony Hopkins' wife thinks he should believe more in himself.
Moment of Zen - FloatsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
A float of Australian Prime Minister John Howard kisses the butt of a George W. Bush float.
Defensive SecretaryThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Donald Rumsfeld forgets that he wrote a harsh report of America's anti-terrorism policy.
The President in Asia - Lost In TranslationThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
George W. Bush deals with a heckler in the Australian Parliament by not giving him pie.
No Hard CeilingsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
It is suspicious that in a country of 25 million living people, the news would focus on 10 dead from a car bomb.
All-Star Salute to Getting Hit in the NutsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
When the brain sees someone else get hit in the nuts, it activates the hitnutculus, which advertisers know is connected to the consumptus majorus or the buying center.
Mess O'Potamia - Iraqi War Irony 2712The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
This is absolutely the last time Paul Wolfowitz will stay at the Al Rasheed Hotel.
Supermarket SweepThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
The INS cracks down on illegal immigrants working at Wal-Mart but lets them mop up one last time.
Intro - Omaha, NebraskaThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Omaha is in Nebraska, not Canada.
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