The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 17 • 04/26/2012
Robert Draper makes Jon uncomfortable with his nuanced, human portrayal of freshman House members.
Moment of Zen - An Outrageous PriceThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
News correspondent Drew Griffin reports on the Secret Service prostitution scandal in Colombia.
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Actor Jason Segel looks forward to working on more human-related projects like his film "The Five-Year Engagement."
Moment of Zen - George W. Romney's AspirationsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Mitt Romney relates an upwardly-mobile tale of his father's humble beginnings.
Endless Suffrage 2012 - The End of the Beginning's MiddleThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Newt Gingrich plans to drop out, Mitt Romney reboots his campaign for the general election, and President Obama slow-jams the news on "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon."
Intro - Mitt Romney Inspires ApathyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney sweeps five state primaries, solidifying his hold on the Republican nomination.
Space InnovatorsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Wealthy "spend-o-nauts" announce plans to mine asteroids for precious minerals, and astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson reveals whether or not it's bulls**t.
Moment of Zen - The President's StickThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Joe Biden applies the timeless advice of Theodore Roosevelt to President Obama.
Citizen Shame - HairlanderThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Former Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump testifies that wind turbines will obstruct the view from his Scottish golf course.
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Parliament opens another inquiry into whether Rupert Murdoch used his media entities to improperly influence the British government.
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John Edwards' trial begins, and North Carolina's Democratic Party chairman, David Parker, faces questions over the alleged sexual misconduct of his subordinate, Jay Parmley.
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Robert Draper discusses his book "Do Not Ask What Good We Do," which covers a year inside the House of Representatives, following the 2010 midterms.
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Zach Wahls, who addressed the Iowa House Judiciary Committee in opposition to a proposed amendment to ban gay marriage, discusses his book, "My Two Moms."
Game of LoansThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
President Obama and Mitt Romney agree that student loan interest rates shouldn't double, but the parties disagree on the best way to keep aid funded.
Game of Loans - Discretionary Social SpendingThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
There's an interesting, fundamental debate to be had over how to pay for government aid, and then there's the bipartisan debate actually taking place in Congress.
Gaywatch - Workplace Protections, North Carolina's Marriage Laws & Candy DivorceThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
President Obama opts for legislation over an order banning workplace discrimination, North Carolina proposes an anti-same-sex marriage amendment, and Mike & Ike break up.
Moment of Zen - Jimmy Kimmel at the White House Correspondents DinnerThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
At the White House Correspondents Dinner, Jimmy Kimmel remembers an influential high school teacher.
Back in Black - Artisanal FoodsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Lewis Black warns that, chances are, you're not eating what you think you're eating -- unless it's a hot dog, then you know you're eating pig snouts and anuses.
Moment of Zen - Obama's bin Laden Victory LapThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
Suggesting President Obama's oversight, Fox News' Eric Bolling thanks the Navy SEALs, the CIA, and the Bush administration for the assassination of Osama bin Laden.
David BartonThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
In "The Jefferson Lies," evangelical author David Barton argues that Thomas Jefferson isn't the secularist that many historians make him out to be.
Victory LapseThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS17
On the anniversary of Osama bin Laden's death, Republicans are unaware that the frontal lobe of the cerebral cortex allows people the ability to store and recall past events.
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