The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Rubber Band Suzuki
Season 6 • 08/08/2001
Judging by Japanese choreography, they've finally embraced shame.
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The Italian scientist Severino Antinori likes the idea of cloning.
Casino DogsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Warning signs that your grandparents are in a gang, or that they just know you don't love them anymore.
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In the game of dodgeball that is life, there are two types of people, those who throw and those who are duck.
Up Up and a WasteThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Billionaire adventurer attempts to fly around the world in a hot air balloon... again.
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Tara Reid reports that "American Pie 2" answers all the unanswered questions from the original.
Beat the HeatThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
If anyone ever asks you how short is too short when it comes to your shorts, Steve Carell says, not short enough.
Moment of Zen - Papaya SuzukiThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Japanese group Papaya Suzuki and his Oyaji dancers sing and dance on stage.
Home on the RangeThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
A little girl's novelty umbrella hat provided some relief in the heat wave, but her companion's funny Asian eyeglasses did not.
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Matt Walsh is in the Daily Show weather center, giving the weather from the Weathertronic 2000, which has ran out of suns.
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For strained journalism you won't want to miss, tune in to NBC's Catastrophe Week.
Rubber Band SuzukiThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Two brothers in California create an enormous rubber band ball and get into the Guinness Book of World Records, otherwise, it would have been a waste of time.
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Jason Biggs' management threw him a party, but he left early and missed the arrival of the drunk Bush twins.
We Love Showbiz - We Hate GoodbyesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Nancy Walls and Steve Carell hate to say goodbye to retiring Michael Flatley, the Lord of the Shirtless Dance.
Down TownThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Folks in Jefferson don't lock their doors -- they dead bolt them, then jam a chair under the door knob and sleep with one eye open.
Moment of Zen - Bush ButtThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
President George W. Bush bends over to build a house for Habitat for Humanity.
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Jon Stewart demands that the star of "American Pie 2" be on the show tonight.
The Bush Vacation: Lost in America - Golf Cart OneThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
President George W. Bush assisted Habitat for Humanity in Waco, Texas in building a new house to replace the other one the government burned down that one time.
Ad Nauseam - Splode!The Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Generation X embodies the true spirit of youth with really cool clothes and sunglasses you can wear inside.
Moment of Zen - Booster DroppingsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Solid rocket boosters drop off a rocket.
Stem Cell DebateThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Steve Carell would rather debate over Dutch prostitutes than stem cell research.
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