The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 16 • 06/30/2011
The Supreme Court rules against restricting the sale of violent video games to minors.
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Former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich becomes the fourth out of the last seven elected governors of Illinois to be convicted of a felony.
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A Fox News anchor cracks up through a story about a man charged with assaulting a police officer with farts.
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If Republicans take raising taxes off the table completely when looking to reduce the deficit, they're saying 'I would do anything for love, but I won't do that.'
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Sweden is everything America used to be -- dominant, arrogant and so much more beautiful -- while America has become Sweden's Mexico.
Broke Bank Mounting - America's Dystopian FutureThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Samantha Bee reports from an eye-stinging, cancerous America ruled by apes, while Aasif Mandvi reports from a radioactive, post-Chinese repo America ruled by apes.
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Tom Hanks talks about Kevin Bacon's great smell and discusses being the boss of his movie "Larry Crowne."
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Fourth of July fireworks maim mannequins.
Mark Halperin Calls Obama a DickThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Time Magazine's Mark Halperin calls President Obama a dick, but then apologizes under the chaperone of Willie Geist's disapproving glare.
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Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol discusses the success of military surges in Iraq and Afghanistan, and the continued need for stabilization.
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Republicans are taking Mitt Romney to the big dance, but with the same enthusiasm as someone taking his cousin to the prom.
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The Supreme Court has good news for the makers of graphically violent video games and bad news for the makers of Super Mario Boners.
Moment of Zen - Fart in a BlizzardThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Casey Anthony's father was called to the stand so many times the defense was like a fart in a blizzard.
Welcome Back to MorassThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Obama warns of America's debt default risk, 80% of Atlanta schools cheated on state standardized tests, and Ashton Kutcher tweets outrage over the Casey Anthony verdict.
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Denis Leary talks about the last season of "Rescue Me," his character's induction into the Smithsonian and potato vodka.
Sophie's Cats Vs. Birds ChoiceThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Aasif Mandvi consults a bird conservationist and a cat whisperer to solve the conflict between immigrant cats and America's birds.
Welcome Back to Morass - News of the World SchadenfreudegasmThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Trusted English friend John Oliver brings comfort through a comparative back-and-forth between America's troubles and News of the World's British tabloid scandal.
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Kid Rock reveals his love of fireside guitar playing and the wild side of Sheryl Crow on his "Born Free" tour.
Dancing on the Ceiling - Tax Cut ReligionThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Unlike liberal elitist job evolutionists, Republicans believe in job creationism as part of their conservative tax cut religion.
Moment of Zen - Tim Pawlenty on Lady GagaThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Tim Pawlenty admits that Lady Gaga is talented and can definitely sing.
Dancing on the CeilingThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
The Republicans' refusal to accept any tax increases to help America out of debt is like a doctor believing strictly in magic to cure a patient.
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