The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Crash of the Titans
Season 13 • 09/16/2008
The economy is so bad the first thing Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson does is to protect his job.
Sarah Palin Won't BlinkThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Sarah Palin doesn't need to know what the Bush Doctrine is -- she is the Bush Doctrine.
Intro - Jon Isn't PreparedThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Jon didn't prepare because he thought there might be a black hole caused by a supercollider in Switzerland.
Barton GellmanThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Until Dick Cheney, it would have been ludicrous to wonder how to hold a vice president accountable.
Moment of Zen - Geraldo Rivera FallsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
A wave from Hurricane Ike knocks Geraldo Rivera down as he broadcasts live from Texas.
The Best F#@king News Team - Daily Show NightsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Jason Jones is the only correspondent with his own spin-off: Daily Show Nights.
Ricky GervaisThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Ricky Gervais relays some useless facts about cows, bats and polar bears.
Moment of Zen - Mr. First DudeThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Greta Van Susteren calls Todd Palin the First Dude.
Candidates' Generic-OffThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
The solutions to the financial crisis are probably unpopular and undoubtedly confusing, so it's time for a good old-fashioned generic-off.
Intro - Two Parts MagicThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Tonight's show is one part comedy, one part news, and two parts magic.
Bed, Bank of America & BeyondThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Aasif Mandvi says the financial crisis is the bankers' attempt to influence our democracy.
Crash of the TitansThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Secretary of the Treasury Henry Paulson hopes his little joke distracts you from the fact that you've lost everything.
Celebrity EndorsementsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Samantha Bee, Rob Riggle, John Oliver and Wyatt Cenac sing about whether celebrity endorsements help the candidate.
Charlize TheronThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Charlize Theron learns about the organizational skills of anarchists in her new movie "Battle in Seattle."
Drill PickleThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
The heart of our democratic government is compromise and polling, so the Democrats blink and pass a bill allowing offshore drilling.
Daily/Colbert - Just a QuickieThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Stephen doesn't want to do the toss tonight because he has a headache.
The Economy & You - Wall Street CollapseThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Jon figures the Wall Street collapse won't hurt you, assuming you fit into one of a few broad archetypes.
Moment of Zen - Drilli VanilliThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
The Republicans think the Democrats' energy policy is a sham.
Intro - Charlize Theron's LipsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Charlize Theron's lips could be covered in some kind of poisonous shellac.
Tony Blair Pt. 1The Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Tony Blair tells Jon the importance of getting religious faiths understanding and working with one another.
Spotted Dick RecipeThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS13
Jon has a recipe for spotted dick he wants to share with Tony Blair.
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