The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Your History - USS Republic
Season 8 • 12/17/2003
More has happened in this world than the Civil War and Hitler.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 Intro - Rabbi Hussein
Saddam Hussein's big beard makes him look like he may have been studying to be a rabbi while he was on the run.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 Moment of Zen - Hidey-Hole
Contessa Brewer climbs into Saddam Hussein's spider hole while a retired veteran explains it.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 Back in Black - Aviation
Lewis Black shows how man's dream of flight and gigantic breasts come together in the form of Hooters Air.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 Headlines - Flu Fighters
Tens of thousands of people across the nation are eager to get their hands on this year's holiday must-have: a painful injection of dead virus.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 Moment of Zen - Baby Girl Cries
After getting her flu shot, a baby starts to cry.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 Headlines - Saddam Trial
President Bush argues that dictator and filthy hippie Saddam Hussein should be tried by Iraqis.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 Analyzing Saddam's Trial
Saddam Hussein's trial is unprecedented. Think about it: Hitler, Stalin, Pol Pot, Darth Vader -- none of these great villains have ever stood trial for their crimes.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 Intro - Wright Brothers
One hundred years later, a group in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina tries to recreate the legendary Wright Brothers' flight -- and fails.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 Julia Stiles
At Columbia University, Julia Stiles is the kind of senior that has a year left. You know -- a junior.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 Julia Roberts Is a Cannibal
Jon has done the research and shares his thoughts on Julia Roberts.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 Your History - USS Republic
Learning about history is critical to our understanding of our present and the future.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 Civil Lights
Stephen Colbert interviews Audrey Silk, a civil rights worker dedicated to the emancipation of smokers.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 Look Who's Tolkien 3
JRR Tolkien's "The Return of the King" is released on film to a huge merchandizing bonanza.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 Natalie Portman
Natalie Portman is interviewed about her new film "Cold Mountain" and discusses cannibalism.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 Moment of Zen - Essie Mae Washington-Williams
Essie Mae Washington-Williams announces that she is the illegitimate daughter of Senator Strom Thurmond.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 Julia Roberts - Orphan Cannibal Apology
Jon apologizes for calling Julia Roberts an orphan cannibal and suggests that maybe she is just a "flesh enthusiast."
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 Produce Pete with Steve Carell - Latkes
Steve Carell as Produce Pete gets upset about his low sales figures.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 Back in Black - Senator Strom Thurmond
The Thurmond family confirms that Senator Strom Thurmond has an illegitimate half-black daughter, Essie Mae Washington-Williams.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 Dean Phenomenon
Stephen Colbert thinks Howard Dean's widely reported anger problems will be trouble for him on the campaign trail.
The Daily Show with Jon StewartS8 Democrats 2004: Race from the White House - Question for Howard Dean
The Democratic presidential candidates gang up on Governor Howard Dean at a debate in Iowa.
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