The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 13 • 12/02/2008
Calvin Trillin reads his poems about Al Gore, Sarah Palin and John McCain.
Mumbai TragedyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
John Oliver explains that when you're a bankrupt ideology pursuing a bankrupt strategy, the only move you've got is the dick one.
Intro - Thanksgiving Football and GenocideThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Hopefully, this Thanksgiving, you watched some football and reflected on the genocide of the Native American people.
Black Friday DeathsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
This year's Black Friday showed a three percent increase in retail sales and a death toll of three.
Jon Stewart Touches Kids - Plaxico BurressThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Plaxico Burress shoots himself in one of the two legs he needs to be the star wide receiver for the New York Giants.
Anne HathawayThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Anne Hathaway's New Year's resolution is to become a train wreck.
Indecision 2008 - Chambliss vs. MartinThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
It'll be hard for Saxby Chambliss to lose unless he does something regrettable, like if he publicly forgets his granddaughter has hit puberty.
Obama/Clinton SarcasmThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Rob Riggle proves that Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton had nothing but praise for each other during the primaries.
Intro - Election in VerseThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Jon comes up with his own rhyme about the presidential election.
Team AmericaThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Before the Obama-Clinton team gets to fixing the world, they have to address his criticism of her foreign policy experience in the primaries.
Moment of Zen - Troops Make Room for BushThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Returning troops reluctantly make room for President Bush to stand between them.
Calvin TrillinThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Calvin Trillin shares some of the poems from his epic "Deciding the Next Decider."
End Times Countdown - Bush Exit InterviewsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Charlie Gibson asks George W. Bush about his presidential "uh-oh moments."
Planned Parenthood Gift CardsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Jon already has his Christmas shopping done thanks to Planned Parenthood gift certificates.
Arianna HuffingtonThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Arianna Huffington describes blogging as a first draft of history.
Moment of Zen - Bush's Campaign for ChangeThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
The only time George W. Bush didn't campaign for change was when he was running for re-election.
Lame Duck PresidencyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
John Hodgman informs Jon that both he and President Bush are lame ducks.
Intro - The Huffington PostThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Arianna Huffington is the editor in chief of the Huffington Post -- nepotism.
Autoerotic ExplanationThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Wall Street lost $7 trillion without selling anything -- at least when Detroit loses money, we get cars.
Intro - Frank Langella's LooksThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Jon wants Ron Howard to tell him if Frank Langella smells as good as he looks.
Ron HowardThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Ron Howard and Jon talk about quirky Richard Nixon.
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