The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Clark Drops Out
Season 8 • 02/11/2004
Samantha Bee reports on what's next for Wesley Clark.
Moment of Zen - Khan's ApologyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Abdul Qadeer Khan appears on Pakistani National TV to apologize for selling nuclear secrets to Iran, Libya and North Korea.
Nuclear SecretsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Stephen Colbert thinks that if selling nuclear weapons leads to a nuclear war, it's just a correction in the market.
Dave ChappelleThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Dave Chappelle tells Jon about his son's parent-teacher conference.
The Real DealThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
John Kerry easily defeats Wesley Clark and John Edwards, while Howard Dean has another tough day.
WMD EvidenceThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Rob Corddry reports on the growing controversy regarding the intelligence the Bush administration used in deciding to invade Iraq.
Intro - West Point CadetsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Jon wants to discuss limericks with the West Point Cadets in the audience.
Paul RuddThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Paul Rudd tells Jon about the time he threw up in his wife's face.
Preview - 2/12/04The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
On tomorrow's show Rob Corddry learns more about the world of "The Sims."
Indecision 2004 - Wesley ClarkThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Wesley Clark drops out of the race for the Democratic nomination, using the occasion to reminisce about the journey.
Moment Of Zen - WMDThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Colin Powell assures the United Nations that Saddam Hussein has weapons of mass destruction.
Clark Drops OutThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Samantha Bee believes Wesley Clark could raise his own army and take over the country in a bloody coup.
Moment of Zen - White House DocumentsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Documents released by the White House to validate Bush's military service.
Drew BarrymoreThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Drew Barrymore couldn't keep her hands off of the walrus on the set of "50 First Dates."
Headlines - You Not ServedThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
The White House releases documents claiming to validate President Bush's service in the National Guard.
The SimsiderThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Peter Ludlow tried to blow the whistle on the thriving virtual flesh trade in "The Sims Online."
This Week in God - The Passion of the ChristThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Controversy continues to swirl around Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ."
Produce Pete with Steve Carell - CiderThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Drink up some hot mulled cider and if it's been that kind of week, add a splash of rum, a little brandy or whatever is around.
Gay MarriageThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Stephen Colbert argues if we let gays and female gays get married, we break down the last societal barrier between our world and their world.
Indecision 2004 - A New NadirThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Ralph Nader is running for president and Democratic leaders respond with a broad spectrum of reactions ranging from contempt to scorn.
Tyra BanksThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Tyra Banks believes she has to pay her dues and prove that she can sing.
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