The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 18 • 02/27/2013
Merger mania infects Wall Street.
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Donnie Wahlberg of "Blue Bloods" exonerates Bill Buckner and discusses his fascination with the law enforcement community.
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"A Place at the Table" directors Lori Silverbush and Kristi Jacobson debunk the notion of an American "moocher" class.
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After years of loudly demanding apologies for anti-Semitism, Dov Hikind publicly apologizes for dressing inappropriately for a Jewish holiday.
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Following the Dov Hikind blackface controversy, Jessica Williams calls for a return to Purim's historical traditions.
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New York Assemblyman Dov Hikind responds to media inquiries.
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Former White House press secretaries find a new relationship with the press after a career of dissembling to the press.
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Richard Simmons kicks things up a notch on "Access Hollywood."
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R.J. Cutler discusses "The World According to Dick Cheney," and shares details from the five days he spent with the former vice president.
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John Hodgman merges with the English language and examines the modern economic strategy that rewards corporate irresponsibility.
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Silvio Berlusconi and a comedian protest vote shake up the Italian election, and Pope Benedict XVI resigns from office.
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The Wall Street merger boom is entirely rational because there is not and will never be a downside.
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When it comes to the sequester, Nancy Pelosi challenges the Republican-favored metaphor.
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MSNBC's Rachel Maddow defends the Voting Rights Act and discusses Antonin Scalia's propensity for trolling.
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The Obama administration engages in a war of words with legendary Washington Post word warrior Bob Woodward.
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John Boehner's statement about the sequester shocks some members of the press.
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President Obama confuses his science fiction lingo.
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Democrats and Republicans prove unable to avoid their self-designed mutual ball punch.
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Mitt Romney sits down for his first interview since losing the election, and Dennis Rodman recounts his time with humble North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un.
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Twitter explodes after President Obama marries the "Star Wars" Jedi mind trick to the "Star Trek" Vulcan mind meld.
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Paul Rudd discusses the living conditions above the Supreme Court and the importance of casting the deciding vote in McConnell v. FEC.
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