The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Moment of Zen - Saddam Vocals
Season 7 • 05/06/2003
Saddam Hussein clears his throat.
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George Stephanopoulos whips out a few zingers about Dick Gephardt's eyebrows in the roast portion of the Democratic debates.
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Mo Rocca looks ahead to Mother's Day with a plug of his new book, "Mo Has Seven Mommies."
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Chris Matthews explains the reason MSNBC is going crazy.
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Howard Dean and John Kerry renew their creepy smile-off.
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During one awesome weekend, people shot Saddam, some of them flipped him off, some just squeezed paintballs and dished out more money.
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Tomorrow night, Stephen Colbert explores the ongoing exploitation of white people in Hollywood.
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Caroline Kennedy wishes she would have included more pop culture in her new book, "A Patriot's Handbook."
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Caroline Kennedy talks about her new book, "A Patriot's Handbook," and the importance of freedom of speech.
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Qusay Hussein steals $1 billion in cash from Iraq's central bank and coalition forces bag Huda Salih Mahdi Ammash, aka Mrs. Anthrax.
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Saddam Hussein clears his throat and gives a little snort before a speech.
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A cruise ship returns from its trip to Bermuda, and Stephen Colbert is there to greet it.
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Saddam steals a billion dollars from his country on the eve of the war, and yet all he can afford to make his tape is a 4-track.
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Jamie Kennedy is dressed as a rapper.
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Stephen looks at a new trend in African American films that relegate whites to roles as idiots, rubes and 2nd class comedic foils.
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Graham reveals a guest on his show started a fireworks display by firing a ping pong ball from herself.
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The government surveillance angers librarians. And you don't want to anger librarians. They will shush your ass.
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The White House insists the Iraqi people are free to choose their own government, provided it's democratic.
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Stephen Colbert investigates the profound impact of a six day, seven night cruise on the lives of loyal Americans.
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Bush Administration acts quickly to exempt military bases from laws requiring cleanup of toxic emissions.
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