The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Public Excess - Poodles
Season 3 • 05/24/1999
Rich Brown exposes the talent on public access television.
This Just In - Sarong ImageThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Fiji's introduction to American television causes eating disorders among its girls.
Recap - Mean Gene MoneylineThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Jon wonders if Jeffrey Katzenberg's split from Disney is Good vs. Evil without the good guys.
Math Is Quite PleasantThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Math has actually been incredibly important to Jimmy Buffett's career.
Patricia RichardsonThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Patricia Richardson's a feminist: that's why her agent wanted her for a feminine hygiene ad.
Headlines - Malaysia Deathship 2000The Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
A Malaysian cruise ship sinks, sending Bermuda shorts, black socks and straw hats to their watery graves.
Moment of Zen - CannesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Jeff Goldblum appears agitated at a Cannes press conference.
This Just In - Troop BelieverThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
The Clinton administration favors NATO troops, calling them peace keepers, not ground invasion forces.
Chinese EspionageThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Mo Rocca uncovers a web of Chinese espionage that appears to be vast and out of control.
Intro - Audience ExperimentThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Jon talks about the topics for the day's show, including a flaming Malaysian cruise ship and Chinese espionage.
Weekend Roundup - Emmy AwardsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Jon reports on Susan Lucci's Oscar win and Robbie Knievel's motorcycle/retaining wall crash.
Public Excess - PoodlesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Rich Brown shows highlights from public access television, including a heartbreaking scene about a poodle.
Suzanne SomersThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
The old Suzanne Somers would rather die than diet, but now she's turned over a new salad leaf.
Second Opinion - HospitalsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Child birth takes a lot of time, something today's working woman just does not have a lot of.
Item of the Week - RatsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Five percent of all rats raised in the U.S. die from wacky laboratory maze mishaps.
Headlines - Juris-Prudish '99The Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Police cameras used during arrests demonstrate unreasonable search and seizure, as well as unreasonable butt crack.
Moment of Zen - Tumble BoatThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
A boat tumbles over twice in the ocean.
Recap - No Cameras AllowedThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Jon recaps the day's top stories including "COPS," Sherpas, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
This Just In - Benign-1-1The Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Brain tumors linked to cell phones spell the end for asbestos phones with uranium dials and long-lasting plutonium batteries.
Headlines - Baby's Got YakThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
A group of Sherpas hike to the top of the World Trade Center to perform the world's highest rock concert.
Other News - Buff LuckThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Due to school violence, the WB postpones the finale of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" until it's safe for networks to go back to being irresponsible.
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