The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 7 • 06/05/2003
Imaginative 2000 Presidential Candidate, Charles R. Doty, RIP.
Moment of Zen - Martha at the NYSEThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Martha Stewart rings the opening bell at the NYSE.
Martha Martha Martha!The Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Peace in the middle east? Found weapons of mass destruction? Nah, Martha Stewart was indicted.
The Jobbing of America - CEOsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Getting on the CEO fast track; one that's tilted and greased with some lubricant, on wheels, and then placed in the aisle of a Concord roaring at mach 4 towards CEOtown.
TyreseThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Jon interviews R&B singer, Tyrese, talks about his new movie 2 Fast 2 Furious.
Slipping Through the CracksThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
If you've ever wondered what Republican kiddie porn looks like, now you know.
Texodus IIThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
President George W. Bush addresses the Weapons of Mass Destruction issue using deliberately vague wording
Communication BreakdownThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
The FCC approves a sweeping relaxation of media ownership rules that will allow tv and newspaper conglomerates to get more conglomerated.
TexodusThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
President Bush resolves the conflict between Israel and Palestine, and then heads off to Qatar to keep Colin Powell from shaking hands with the troops.
Ambassador of CroonThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Jon plans to ask Tyrese the same questions he asked Madeline Albright on last night's episode.
Moment of Zen - The Fox RapThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Those hounds at Fox News
Doty DeedThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Memorial tribute to perennial political powerhouse Charles R. Doty
The Phantom MenaceThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
President Bush stays at arm's length from the WMD controversy, but Britain has a more primitive system of accountability.
Ad Nauseam - SpokesmanThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Rob Corddry shows how a good commercial makes you fall in love with the product, while a great commercial makes you fall in love with the person selling it.
Moment of Zen - Dennis KucinichThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Congressman Dennis Kucinich screams about finding the missing weapons of mass destruction.
The Book on HillaryThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Ed Helms is at Hillary Clinton's new book signing and the excitement is palpable.
Guy PearceThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Guy Pearce talks about the baby tigers that followed him around in Cambodia.
Newt Gingrich Pt. 1The Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Newt Gingrich shows how America could have been changed in his new book.
Mess O'Potamia - HeirThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Iraq has been under the autocratic rule of one man for decades, so it stands to reason the government Iraqis most want to replace him with is a monarchy.
Moment of Zen - Ribbon CeremonyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Ambassador Paul Bremer helps an Iraqi cut the ribbon for the opening of the City Hall complex in Baghdad.
Hairless WhisperThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Rob Corddry goes undercover as a balding man to find out what life is like for these hairless freaks.
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