The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 7 • 10/31/2002
For Stephen Colbert and Rob Corddry, it all boils down to who has the bigger monitor.
Moment of Zen - Washington JournalThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Classical music plays over a C-SPAN show, while a moderator shifts paper.
Intro - Midterm ElectionThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
There's tension on the streets of Washington as midterm elections approach.
The Jobbing of America - PoliticsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Stephen Colbert believes the letters U.S.A. stand for something.
Decorated BoxThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Ed Helms gets jealous over Rob Corddry's decorated box.
I on News - WashingtonThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
More people would watch TV about their government if they just put the cameras in the rooms where things actually happen.
Vote-a-maniacsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Stephen Colbert is in the Vote-a-maniacs, a group that travels around the country educating people about the democratic process.
Intro - 10/31/02The Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Jon calls a congressional race; he's wanted to do it all week.
Ted KoppelThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
News shows that have screens with too much information on them drive Ted Koppel nuts.
Moment of Zen - Halloween ProtestThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
A group protests the war in Iraq while dressed in Halloween costumes.
D.C. HalloweenThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Dressed as a pirate, Ed Helms goes trick-or-treating on Washington's foreign embassy row.
Big MonitorThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Who gets the big monitor? Stephen Colbert, because he called it on the drive down.
Christina AguileraThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Jon is about to start an East Coast/West Coast girl pop music war.
Moment of Zen - Jeb BushThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
While giving a speech, Jeb Bush elicits boos from the audience when he mentions the names of Democrats.
New SetThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Jon Stewart presents the new Daily Show set, designed by either Siegfried or Roy.
2002 Mid-Term ElectionsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
For the 2002 mid-term election, President Bush is traveling throughout the country on last minute campaign stops.
Bush ArmyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Correspondents Stephen Colbert, Rob Corddry and Rachael Harris realize that President Bush is in several places at once, looking fit and full of energy.
Shame and a HaircutThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
The race for Senate in Montana is full of mud slinging, attack ads and sexual innuendos.
Shirley You Can't Be SeriousThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Correspondent Stacey Grenrock-Woods joins Green Party candidate Bob Kelleher on the imaginary campaign trail to protect women named Shirley.
New Florida BallotThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Florida updated to a computerized balloting system after the election fiasco in 2000.
Indecision 2002 - Wily Political AnalystThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS7
Wily political analyst Stephen Colbert has to sit by and watch Jon do his job for him.
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