The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Block The Vote
Season 8 • 02/25/2004
Samantha Bee reports on how Rock the Vote still pretends to know young voters.
John Podhoretz Pt. 2The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
We live in a country where a president can lay out a grand vision for democracy in the Middle East and puppets can talk dirty on basic cable.
John Podhoretz Pt. 1The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
John Podhoretz discusses the attack-oriented political culture and how it shows up on the bestseller list.
The Sober TwentiesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Jon Stewart would hate to see an emergence in the America he loves so much of gangster-controlled gay-easies.
Jon Magazine - One Hundred Years of GratitudeThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
This month's Jon contains interviews with Gabriel Garcia Marquez and twenty pages of women in subservient positions for no reason.
Moment Of Zen - The Passion of the ChristThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
A woman believes "The Passion of the Christ" gives the blame to everybody who was ignorant.
Intro - Urine-Soaked StreetThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Jon learns that if you don't have water you are legally allowed to pee out your window.
CrucifixationThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Mel Gibson continues his publicity tour by sitting down with eminent theologian Bill O'Reilly.
Dressing RoomThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Norah Jones acts like a pirate and trashes her dressing room after the interview.
"The Passion" OpensThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Rob Corddry reports that "The Passion of the Christ" is a movie you watch from a stomach place.
Norah JonesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Norah Jones tells Jon about having to move out of her Brooklyn apartment after her address was published.
Block The VoteThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Samantha Bee investigates whether Rock the Vote is the lubricant for social change.
Moment of Zen - On a Serious NoteThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
An MSNBC anchor makes a serious segue from squirrels to Columbine.
Samuel L. JacksonThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Samuel L. Jackson is giving the commencement address at his daughter's college graduation.
They So Horny?The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
The only acting roles George Takei can get are in non-porns. Originally aired November 2003.
The RingThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
The 2004 race to the White House might be decided by whether two middle aged women can open a joint checking account.
Squirrelly SituationThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
The anchors on MSNBC are masters of the segue.
FinalesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
If you feel the loss of "Sex and the City" will leave a void in your life, consider the possibility your life was all void to begin with.
Edie FalcoThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Edie Falco went to college to get rid of her accent, then got hired on a show to bring it back.
The WalThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
The Wal-Mart "private fleet" is the line of vehicles that takes what's special about your town and drives it out into the desert to be destroyed.
Vulgar NounThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Everyone on the Daily Show is so used to hearing Jon Stewart use vulgar nouns on the show, they forgot to stop him.
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