The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 8 • 05/03/2004
Rob Corddry believes "Nightline" should read the names of the soldiers who are still alive.
Bob Woodward Pt. 1The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Bob Woodward interviewed President George W. Bush for 3 hours while researching his book.
NeuteredThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Children read a transcript from Chris Matthews' "Hardball."
Bob Woodward Pt. 2The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Dick Cheney is connected to the Oval Office by a long leash so he doesn't go too far.
Vice CapadesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Vice President Dick Cheney took time out of his busy schedule of not revealing anything to deliver a harsh anti-John Kerry speech.
Bush TestifiesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
It would be funny if President George W. Bush apologized to the families of 9/11 victims for any mistakes his administration may have made before the attacks.
Janeane GarofaloThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Janeane Garofalo discusses the liberal media and President Bush's religious beliefs.
Good Koppel/Bad KoppelThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
A special edition of "Nightline" in which Ted Koppel reads the names of the U.S. soldiers killed in Iraq is barred from broadcast.
365 Days LaterThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
One year ago, President Bush declared that major combat operations in Iraq were over and the U.S. had prevailed.
1/5 AmendmentThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Samantha Bee points out the important reasons to keep mini-bottles in the South Carolina Constitution.
Moment of Zen - Correspondents' DinnerThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
At the Correspondents' Dinner, President Bush is shown laughing.
Nightline ControversyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Rob Corddry believes Ted Koppel reading the names of fallen soldiers on "Nightline" was politically motivated.
Wafer MadnessThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
The Catholic Church, tired of coasting on the momentum of a child molestation scandal, is now turning its cannons on John Kerry and his pro-choice stance.
Moment of Zen - True TerminatorsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Arnold Schwarzenegger tells troops that they are the true Terminators.
Headlines - A Few Bad MenThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Baghdad's Abu Ghraib prison, a notorious torture pit under Saddam Hussein, didn't exactly become a Club Fedaian after it was taken over by U.S. troops.
John D'OhThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
John Kerry faces criticism in his party about his commitment to minorities, so he goes on BET to clear it up.
No MessageThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Kerry's latest campaign theme is choices, values and nation.
Joe WilsonThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
For years, Jon Stewart has been saying that the public needs to know what Ambassador Joe Wilson's wife does.
Back in Black - Product PlacementThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
The Kentucky Derby didn't want commercial messages tainting the nobility of gambling.
Deer TickThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Jon explains after the interview he didn't realize Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is over 800 feet tall.
Indecision 2004 - AdsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS8
Both the George W. Bush and John Kerry teams launch major new television ad campaigns.
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