The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 14 • 06/03/2009
Starbucks' sponsorship of "Morning Joe" is OK, as long as it doesn't affect their reporting.
BiG MessThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
As long as the American taxpayers are buying companies like GM, is there any way the government could grab a couple businesses that actually make money?
Intro - P.J. O'Rourke's Party-ChokesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
If your name is P.J. O'Rourke, you need your own casual eatery franchise.
Moment of Zen - Mr. TThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Mr. T breaks through a set door for a guest appearance and receives a standing ovation.
Money ShotThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Josh Gad explores exciting investment opportunities in semi-automatic weapons and joins the AR vs. AK debate.
P.J. O'RourkeThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
P.J. O'Rourke used to work on muscle cars to meet girls, but now cars are just taunting errand-mobiles.
Imaginary Black on White CrimeThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Wyatt Cenac warns that imaginary black people are attacking real white people now more than ever.
Moment of Zen - Craig T. Nelson on Glenn BeckThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Craig T. Nelson tells Glenn Beck about living on food stamps, without anybody's help.
Dick (Uncut)The Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Dick Cheney doesn't recall Richard Clarke warning the White House of an imminent terrorist attack months before 9/11, but he also hasn't read his book.
Daily/Colbert - Reverse TossThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Stephen checks in with his tolerable coworker to find out what he had planned for everyone.
Michael LewisThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Michael Lewis worries that he won't pay attention to his kids now that he's not writing about them.
Corporate SynerJoeThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Starbucks not only has eight stores within walking distance from every home, now there's a branch on "Morning Joe."
Looking for Comity in the Muslim WorldThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
President Obama delivers a sensitive speech in the Middle East, and it doesn't play well with the extremists at Fox News.
Will FerrellThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Will Ferrell doesn't have any cavities thanks to his mom injecting fluoride into his neck.
Moment of Zen - Obama's MTV SpeechThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Fox News' Gretchen Carlson thinks Barack Obama's Middle East speech felt like an MTV concert.
The Real World D.C.The Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Brian Williams and a few dozen cameramen travel to the White House for a two-hour, two-day MTV-style reality show.
Gretchen PetersThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Gretchen Peters sheds light on the significance of the drug trade in funding the Taliban and Al Qaeda.
Fox & Friends' Lingerie Football RompThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
"Fox & Friends" thinks Sacha Baron Cohen's ass in Eminem's face is disgusting, but a lingerie football romp is the best thing on TV.
Moment of Zen - Aerosmith Is Too CoolThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Brian Kilmeade believes if Aerosmith could meet him they would choose not to.
Morning Joe's Sarcastic Starbucks SponsorshipThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Not one of Jon's 90 writers picked up on Joe Scarborough's sarcastic Starbucks sponsorship.
"i" on NewsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Fox News insinuates, MSNBC hates Rush Limbaugh, and CNN wants to hang out with America at a slumber party.
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