The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Indecision 2000 - Sigh Language
Season 5 • 10/04/2000
Fuzzy math, locked boxes, fuzzy math, locked boxes -- let's call the whole thing off.
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Ashton Kutcher discusses "That '70s Show" and being discovered randomly at a bar in Iowa.
Headlines - Preliminary FootageThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
The Daily Show airs some exclusive footage from tonight's presidential debate.
Moment of Zen - FlubThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Stephen Colbert flubs his commentary on the debates.
Indecision 2000 - Laugh TrackThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
George W. Bush credits Al Gore with inventing not only the internet but also the calculator.
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Art work by nut jobs including Charles Manson and Jeffrey Dahmer leave Lewis Black with a bad taste in his mouth.
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A preview of Steve Carell's story on gay transportation.
Indecision 2000 - Gore SupportersThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
The naming of individual people to drive home your point is an old political trick.
Indecision 2000 - Boston ZZZZ PartyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Vance DeGeneres watched debates one and two, and is planning on watching three and four should they come back to New York.
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Jewel thinks it would be a great idea to ruin the America's last great frontier.
Indecision 2000 - Reproductive RightsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Women should have the right to decide what to do with their bodies, and prostitution should be legalized.
Indecision 2000 - Sigh LanguageThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Fuzzy math and locked boxes are burned into everyone's mind at the presidential debate in Boston.
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Jon talks to Green Party candidate Ralph Nader about why he was excluded from the presidential debate.
A Trend Indeed - Scooter EpidemicThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Steve Carell investigates the popular new trend of Razor scooters.
Out at the Movies with Frank DeCaro - The ExorcistThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Frank DeCaro critiques the re-released version of "The Exorcist" and finds it to be better than the new releases of the season.
Breaking News - Yugoslavia Election Riots - LiveThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Vance DeGeneres reports live from Belgrade, upset that the riots have ruined his European vacation.
Other News - Shut Your SkyholeThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
NASA photographs the gigantic ozone hole over Antarctica, which is now three times the size of the United States.
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In Serbia, pro-democracy protesters demand that Slobodan Milosevic accept electoral defeat.
Moment of Zen - Billy GilmanThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Billy Gilman sings "One Voice" at the Country Music Awards.
Indecision 2000 - Presidential DebateThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Al Gore and George W. Bush have their first presidential debate, but the winner is hard to call.
Dog in a PickleThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
A discarded pig's feet jar becomes Fluffy's plastic prison, keeping him from even the simplest doggy pleasures.
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