The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 18 • 04/29/2013
Congress grapples with sequestration fallout.
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George W. Bush applies his painting expertise to Charlie Rose's tie.
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Former President George W. Bush takes a break from his painting to help open the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum.
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Al Madrigal visits the George W. Bush Presidential Library and aces the test based on the former president's pivotal policy decisions.
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"The Dispensable Nation" author Vali Nasr argues that America should not shy away from employing soft power when dealing with foreign countries.
Australia & Gun Control's AftermathThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
John Oliver learns that it's pointless for America to study the Australian gun control experience because the situations are just too similar.
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Newt and Callista Gingrich mingle at the White House Correspondents' Dinner.
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While investigating the source of ricin-laced letters sent to President Obama, authorities switch their focus from an Elvis impersonator to a karate instructor.
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Jon Hamm discusses the sixth season of "Mad Men" and his pending marriage to Aasif Mandvi.
Cut Punters - The Sequestration MythThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Aasif Mandvi investigates media reports suggesting that the deleterious effects of the sequester have been largely overblown.
Cut Punters - Sequester La-di-daThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Congress demands someone be held accountable for the unsurprising results of its own massive budget cuts.
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Faced with sequester-exacerbated airline delays, Congress hand writes a bill to ease the budget cuts directly inconveniencing their vacations.
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NBA veteran Jason Collins admits he's gay, but Jason Jones was hoping for something with a little more flair.
Moment of Zen - Deadly JoltThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Shep Smith strikes fear into the hearts of caffeine users everywhere.
Whose Line Is It Anyway? - Boots on the GroundThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Amid reports of chemical weapons use in Syria, Senator Lindsey Graham urges the start of two additional wars to go along with the pair America already owns.
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Robert Downey Jr., star of "Iron Man 3," explains why he never believed in Superman's flying ability.
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The Syrian regime uses chemical weapons and tests President Obama's "red line" for American military intervention.
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Aspiring presidential hopeful and beloved Texas freedom fighter Ted Cruz turns out to be nothing but a dirty syrup guzzler.
Moment of Zen - Weathering the HiccupsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Houston meteorologist David Paul runs into a problem while reporting the weather.
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Former Texas Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison shares bits of Texas history and weighs in on the quality of her Senate replacement, Ted Cruz.
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America wanted to believe Barack Obama's promise to close Guantanamo, but the skeptical country had been hurt before.
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