The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
You're Welcome - Balancing the Budget
Season 16 • 02/16/2011
America can't raise taxes, but it can tax the bumper stickers and protest signs about taxes.
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When January Jones brought a Jewish boyfriend back to where she grew up in South Dakota, it was the talk of the town.
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Prominent Republicans gather to roast Barack Obama at the Conservative Political Action Conference.
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An audience member requests a piece of Jon's skin to make a dried skin brooch.
Moment of Zen - Harry Baals PronunciationThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Former Indiana Mayor Harry Baals calls a reporter to correct the pronunciation of his name.
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Mahmoud Ahmadinejad stands with Egypt on the 32nd anniversary of Iran's Islamic Revolution.
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John Oliver interrupts coverage of the Chris Lee sex scandal to report on the naming of a government center in Indiana.
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Watson the computer heckles Ken Jennings on "Jeopardy."
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"Jeopardy" lets computers play now that they have run out of qualified human contestants.
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Both parties agree that the only way to balance the budget is to cut programs that affect people who vote for Democrats.
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Brian Williams noticed that, as he headed for Cairo to cover the Egyptian protests, Jon went on vacation.
You're Welcome - Balancing the BudgetThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
John Hodgman wants to balance the budget by changing the Pentagon to a rhombus and legalizing murder.
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Silvio Berlusconi calls them bunga-bunga parties, but police say they're orgies.
La Douche VitaThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Venice sinks under the weight of Silvio Berlusconi's giant balls as he faces statutory rape charges.
Allah in the FamilyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Aasif Mandvi hopes to change America's perceptions of Muslims by starring in the Qu'osby Show.
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Ed Gillespie doesn't think Reince Priebus will be as quotable as Michael Steele, but he's doing a good job as the new RNC chairman.
La Douche Vita - Italian StereotypesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Olivia Munn, John Oliver and Jason Jones dress as comical stereotypes to report on the Silvio Berlusconi sex scandal.
Moment of Zen - Justin Bieber Talks SexThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
E! News talks to Justin Bieber about who he's planning to have sex with.
Crisis in Dairyland - Revenge of the CurdsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
The Wisconsin protests against Scott Walker's plan to cut benefits and collective bargaining rights turns into the Bizarro Tea Party.
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Lisa Ling covers transgender people at different stages of transition and visits a sex offender colony in the woods of Florida.
American Workforce MakeoverThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
The American workforce needs a third world makeover if it wants first world corporations to find it attractive.
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