The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
This Just In - Greenbacks and Ham
Season 3 • 05/19/1999
Ted Kennedy asks for Dr. Seuss memorial, Horton hears last call.
Star Wars: The Obligatory CoverageThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Vance DeGeneres camps out with fans for the opening of the new "Star Wars" movie.
This Just In - The Wonder FearsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Children are more afraid of deadly sharks, slithering snakes and powerful thunderstorms than things that go bump in the night.
Other News - Blubber SoulThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
The whale hunt marks a return to a proud Native American custom: killing a whale with traditional bullets from traditional guns.
GuernicutThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Amsterdam's museums have been criticized for lax security, but get high marks for their proximity to pot bars and legal prostitution.
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Camryn Manheim forcibly takes off Jon Stewart's tie.
Other News - The Pill is GoneThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Women are unable to buy the morning after pill at the local mom and pop drugstore, because it was bulldozed to make room for Wal-Mart's parking lot.
A Quick Word of Advice - Child StardomThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Jon Stewart advices child star Jake Lloyd to avoid anyone with the first name Corey, anyone with the last name Hanson, and anyone with the first and last name Michael Jackson.
Flower PowerThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
All flowers talk to Louis Friere, but he prefers it when they say it and don't spray it.
Star Wars - The Obligatory Coverage - PremiereThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
From Hollywood fantasy to taxpayer supported fantasy, NASA has appointed Nobel Prize winner Dr. Baruch Blumberg to head up its search for extra-terrestrial life.
Moment of Zen - May the Force be With YouThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Two costumed Star Wars fans fight with lightsabers at the movie's premiere.
This Just In - Greenbacks and HamThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Beloved children's cartoon character, Ted Kennedy took a break from his liberal comic adventures to lobby for $2 million for a Dr. Seuss memorial.
Trash TalkThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Chief Financial Correspondent Stephen Colbert launches into some wrestling-style jawing on Wall Street's trading floor.
Moment of Zen - Leg CandleThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
The camera pans back to reveal a candle, or a leg, or is it both?
Headlines - Stone Cold CashThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Pro wrestling enters the stock market arena full of dumb metaphors and a Stone Cold Greenspan slam.
Ray RomanoThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Ray Romano returns to NYC and stands up for his porn-watching rights in a hotel room.
Other News - The Boxer RebellionThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
An underwear shortage for prisoners nearly leads to a riot and watery eyes during salad-tossing.
Exhibit "B"The Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Mo Rocca interviews Herman Abrams, curator of the Herman Abrams Museum in Rahway, New Jersey.
Headlines - Mouse-BrokenThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Jeffrey Katzenberg's settlement with Disney brings out the Beast in Michael Eisner.
Out at the Movies with Frank DeCaro - "The Phantom Menace"The Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Frank DeCaro compares Episode I to the original Star Wars trilogy, Darths and all.
This Just In - Sarong ImageThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Fiji's introduction to American television causes eating disorders among its girls.
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