The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 16 • 01/12/2011
Tim Pawlenty believes there is a continuum between liberty and tyranny that happens incrementally.
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John Oliver reports on the Arizona tragedy from his childhood bedroom where he can rock back and forth in his panda pajamas.
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Jon tried to read Denis Leary's book, "Suck on This Year," in the bathroom, but it was over before he got his underwear down.
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Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb think about 1/11/11.
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Jon performs an inspiring scene from "The King's Speech" in which the Germans are bombing Buckingham Palace.
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John Oliver witnesses an outpouring of emotion in the streets as Verizon gives the iPhone community the freedom to switch providers.
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As host of the Colin Firth Film Festival, Jon calls "The King's Speech" the finest thing he's done.
Mark Twain ControversyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Instead of replacing the n-word in "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn," Larry Wilmore believes it should be emphasized.
Battle of the BansThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
The tragic events in Arizona lead members of Congress to introduce new gun legislation and cause handgun sales to jump.
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Snooki explains what a wenis is to Matt Lauer.
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As the people of South Sudan vote on independence, Samantha Bee makes Aasif Mandvi wheel around her headshots in case she runs into George Clooney.
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Tim Pawlenty talks about whether or not Republicans believe there's been a fundamental change in government towards tyranny and socialism.
Veiled CriticismThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Americans entrusted Tucson with giving a voice to the nation's grief, and, boy, did they let America down.
You're Welcome - NASCARThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
NASCAR can become an exciting sport that people want to watch if it loses the boring oval track and gets rid of the cars.
Ron HowardThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Ron Howard explains how he's been able to repress his cynicism after being in show business for 52 years.
Moment of Zen - AC Slater RageThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
A man smashes a picture of "Saved by the Bell" character AC Slater because he just doesn't like him.
Moment of Zen - Glenn Beck Praises Spider-Man MusicalThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Glenn Beck claims the "Spider-Man" musical is the best show he's ever seen.
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Puppet Michael Steele shares his thoughts on his RNC chairman successor, Reince Priebus.
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Peter Bergen says most people in Afghanistan want international forces to perform, not to leave.
Tonal RecallThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Democrats insist that Republicans refer to health care reform as job-destroying, not job-killing.
Stars WarThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Jason Jones doesn't know what to do about his roaring lion tramp stamp after an extra sign is added to the zodiac calendar.
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