The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 18 • 10/23/2012
Gerard Butler explains his respect for the sea after shooting the surfing film "Chasing Mavericks."
Barack Obama Pt. 1The Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
President Barack Obama reflects on his sub-par first debate performance and makes a case for having earned a second term.
Obama's Final CampaignThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Samantha Bee and Jessica Williams seize their last chance to see President Obama do what he does best as president: campaign to be president.
Not Optimal-GateThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
President Obama lights up the conservative media complex with his out-of-context description of the Benghazi terrorist attacks.
D.L. HughleyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Comedian D.L. Hughley discusses his comedy special "The Endangered List" and questions laws that give greater legal protections to spotted owls than African Americans.
Bulls#%t Mountain: Episode I - The Phantom MenaceThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
The right's multimedia freakout over President Obama's "not optimal" sound bite furthers Fox News's trend of unfounded and hyperbolic announcements.
Moment of Zen - Nobody Is Hearing AnythingThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
While critiquing the presidential debates, political pundits reach the point of total incoherence.
Moment of Zen - A "Winning" DisplayThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Debate watchers enthusiastically assess Mitt Romney's debate performance.
Democalypse 2012 - We Missed NLCS Game 7 for ThisThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
In the final presidential debate, Mitt Romney affirms his support for President Obama's foreign policy, which Romney previously described as a total failure.
Democalypse 2012 - We Missed NLCS Game 7 for This - Mitt Romney's LeadershipThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
The third debate concludes a successful trilogy between two candidates and their mutual acceptance of remote-controlled hellfire drones to achieve world peace.
Campaign Closing ArgumentsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
John Oliver argues that Mitt Romney is a six-foot shaft with tiny balls for feet while Aasif Mandvi assures voters that Romney's closing pitch is whatever they want it to be.
Gerard ButlerThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Gerard Butler laments his missing hair and describes being pummeled by 30-foot waves while shooting "Chasing Mavericks."
Donald Trump's October SurpriseThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Donald Trump publicly extorts President Obama, and Sarah Palin accuses the President of "shuck and jive" on Libya.
Moment of Zen - Ann Coulter's Debate TweetThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Ann Coulter's controversial Twitter comment draws wide-ranging criticism.
World of WarshaftThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Returning military veterans face obstacles in the private sector job certification process and the United States Senate.
Economic Reintegration for VeteransThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Unemployed Iraq War veterans suggest ways for employers to bridge the gap between military and civilian job training.
Dakota MeyerThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Afghanistan veteran Dakota Meyer recounts the battle of Ganjgal Valley, where he fought off waves of Taliban to recover the bodies of his ambushed squad mates.
Moment of Zen - Tagg Romney's SwingThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Tagg Romney makes good on his promise to take a swing at President Obama.
American PickersThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan accuse the Obama administration of unfairly doling out government money that they would unfairly dole out elsewhere.
Picking Winners & LosersThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
At Bain Capital, former top-notch venture capitalist Mitt Romney could pick investment failures better than the federal government.
Nancy PelosiThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi articulates her "Mittology" theory and explains how voters rather than pundits will determine the election.
You may also like5 Videos
Fires and Full Moons Breed a New Terror on Wolf Pack
A California wildfire awakens a werewolf, but a group of curious teens -- once bitten -- will not shy away from the threat of decimation on Wolf Pack, streaming January 26 on Paramount+.
A Familiar Face Returns in Teen Wolf: The Movie
Derek Hale finds himself fighting for his life when a skilled hunter tracks down him and his son Eli in Teen Wolf: The Movie, premiering Thursday, January 26, 2023, on Paramount+.
This Game of M.A.S.H. Is a Real Monster in Cursed FriendsCursed Friends
Four pals must break an evil spell and change their fates when a classic kid's game to predict the future comes back to haunt them in the Comedy Central original movie Cursed Friends.
Out of Office Explores Remote Work AbsurdityOut of Office
A young woman experiences the bizarre extremes of working from home in the film Out of Office, starring Milana Vayntrub, Ken Jeong, Jay Pharoah, Cheri Oteri, Jason Alexander and more.