The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 7 • 03/24/2003
Jon advises some war protestors to lay off the mace.
Jon Magazine - Role PlayingThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Urine drinking and the top ten places to bang your old lady are just some of the fun in this month's Jon.
Eddie GriffinThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Eddie Griffin does the things he used to make fun of white people for doing.
BracketologyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
It's been a long road this March Madness, but it appears like the early favorites will be squaring off.
Fair, Balanced and Awesome!The Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
As zero hour strikes, America's 24-hour news networks launch the kind of turds they usually launch.
Glitzkrieg!The Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
In light of world events, the Academy Awards wants to send a powerful message to our nation and the world.
Moment of Zen - Adrien Brody KissThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Adrien Brody and Halle Barry share a lingering kiss on stage at the Academy Awards.
Oscar EmptinessThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
The glitz and glamour of the Oscars serve to distract us from their fundamental emptiness, but they were missing this year, leaving us only with the emptiness.
Jim Kelly Pt. 1The Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Jim Kelly talks about how a magazine stays relevant during the Iraq War.
Pre-Show ActivitiesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Stephen Colbert has been imbedded in room 101 of the Beverly Hills Hilton to report on the toning down of the pre-show spectacle.
Jim Kelly Pt. 2The Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Jim Kelly talks about skipping stories for the overwhelming coverage of the Iraq War.
MaceThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
When a group of war protestors attend a peace rally, they shouldn't mace the cops.
Stock & AweThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
The skills that investors use to pick stocks are the same ones you'd use to bet when someone will die.
Moment of Zen - HalliburtonThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Shot of Halliburton's office building, with the Star Spangled Banner playing.
Wartime CheckThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
President Bush unveils his proposed war budget of $74.7 billion, which included extra missiles.
Frogs and LocustsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Jon Stewart reports that Iraq seems to be an uninviting place.
The Halliburton ContractThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
The arrangement between Halliburton and the Bush administration can best be characterized as a sad sigh.
Love is On the AirThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Some inventive singles are creating ways of dating that don't involve a television at all.
Halliburton WinsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
The U.S. Government has already begun handing out contracts to corporations to clean up and rebuild the country we haven't finished bombing yet.
Connie NielsenThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Connie Nielsen lives like a white trash teenager, staying up late, having kids, and eating Snickers.
Desert Storm II: Actual StormThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Embedded reporter Rob Corddry reports from the middle of a sandstorm in Iraq, where the sky is orange and glass is in the forecast.
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