The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Recap - 7/17/00
Season 5 • 07/17/2000
Jon recaps the Big Tobacco, "Survivor" and Legends of Rock stories.
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Al Gore is soul brother number one, the Godfather of the democratic party.
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Scientists are blaming the closing of Broadway's "Cats" for the increasing rat problem in New York City.
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Bob Seger may be Michigan's next poet laureate, and Michael Jackson gets sued by a Beverly Hills jewelry store for not buying a diamond watch
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Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis and Little Richard share the stage in the Legends of Rock tour, but there's been nothing but wop bop a loo bop bitch fighting among them.
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A computer hacker exposes the ultimate winner of "Survivor."
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A "Survivor" contestant sends a video message to his friends and family.
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Steve Carell, Vance DeGeneres, Mo Rocca and Miriam Tolan discuss who came out on top in this Big Tobacco decision.
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Shawn and Marlon Wayans think the president gets the most ass.
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The five major cigarette companies are ordered to pay $145 billion in damages and Philip Morris attorneys are on hand to remind us who the real victims are.
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Jon would like to know if TV stars or movie stars get more ass.
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Big Tobacco gets hit with a $145 billion penalty, the "Survivor" winner is revealed and the Legends of Rock are squabbling.
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New public opinion polls, which were probably taken at dinner time, show Vice President Al Gore gaining on George W. Bush.
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Sheep are found infected with mad cow disease, proving it's not just for mad cows anymore.
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Jon recaps the night's news, including poll results for the presidential race.
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In New Jersey, people gather to play the sport of all sports: bird watching.
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Accomplished hacker Lord Viper Scorpion offers his expertise on hacking the web.
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Halle Berry and Jon talk about her new movie, X-Men and her superpower, blowing.
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Jon talks about the success of the "X-Men" film and his future plans.
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NASA's website was breached by two separate hackers.
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