The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Headlines - Receding Airlines
Season 7 • 08/15/2002
The nation's top airlines face a dire financial crisis, but passengers see the plane as half full.
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President Bush details the last 6 quarters of economic activity.
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President Bush admits that times are kind of tough, but don't worry people, he's holding a one day economic forum. And Saddam Hussein issues a statement of condemnation.
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The 25th anniversary of Elvis Presley's death is celebrated in his hometown of Memphis, Tennessee.
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The United States launches a powerful theoretical attack of large font sans serif characters against Iraq, some even equipped with italics.
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Jon is going to see Blue Crush for the surfing, not for the hot ladies in bikinis.
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The cigarette machines come with a variety of virtual sales clerks who silently judge you.
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Stephen Colbert highlights the smokers' dream that one day we will all be judged by the content of our character and not the color of our lungs.
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Rob Corddry has some great notes on why the airlines are in trouble, but they got taken away from him during the routine security strip search.
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Rich Eisen and Jon talk about the Harlem Little League and Rich's favorite interview.
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A computer-generated black man in a cigarette machine won't sell cigarettes to minors.
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Part of the airlines' new plan is to make thousands of tiny planes on sticks.
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If Jon Stewart believed everything Denis Leary said while drunk, he would be Mrs. Denis Leary by now.
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Stephen Colbert is not surprised that Ed Helms didn't go to Princeton, because Ed is stupid.
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You do not have to be a guy standing by himself in a parking lot to appreciate the message of former exotic dancer and Washington, D.C., mayoral candidate, Faith.
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Later in the week, Stephen Colbert exposes the blatant lies of Lynne Cheney's children's book.
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One thing we've learned in studying Afghani culture? Religion doesn't mean that much to them.
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Young Afghani boys play baseball.
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Washington, D.C., incumbent Mayor Anthony Williams had Billy Joel and Kelsey Grammer vote for him.
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Organized crime is using death threats to force Bollywood stars to work in crookedly financed features.
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Over 100 of President Bush's friends, relatives and fundraisers have slept at the White House.
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