The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 3 • 01/25/1999
Matthew Lillard talks about his new movies and going to Sundance.
Headlines - You've Got QuayleThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Just when you thought the Republicans couldn't crank the vice around their nuts any tighter, Dan Quayle announced his presidential candidacy for 2000.
Answering Andy - Food AdditivesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Jon answers questions Andy Rooney had about additives, like identifying a White Castle hamburger bun from its box and why Irma Rombauer never cooked with riboflavin.
Headlines - Ennui the PeopleThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Monica Lewinsky was interviewed for two hours by House prosecutors. The prosecutors found her to be personable and wondered who she thought was funniest.
The Beth Littleford Interview - Anthony Michael HallThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Beth Littleford sits down with Anthony Michael Hall to discuss his favorite roles, a new career in music and bopping the bologna.
Headlines - Sphere and LoathingThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Celebrities accept and present awards that look like summer camp crafts.
God Stuff - Religious BroadcastingThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
John Bloom discuses celebrities' contributions to religious broadcasting. Gary Busey opens up about addiction and motorcycle wrecks, and MC Hammer preaches his gospel.
This Just In - Where Have You Gone, Joe DiMaggio?The Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
During an interview segment with John Lithgow, NBC mistakenly reported on the death of baseball great "Joltin'" Joe DiMaggio. The mistake was that he wasn't dead.
Other News - Keep Pope AliveThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Pope John Paul II takes a (possible) final visit to Mexico City. He drove around through town, blessed the sick and showed that city how to pray!
Moment of Zen - Pope's HatThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Pope John Paul II tries on a sombrero in Mexico City.
Recap - 1/25/99The Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Jon Stewart wonders what will become of Monica Lewinsky, Pope John Paul II and any other living celebrity that NBC reports on.
Matthew LillardThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Matthew Lillard talks about his two new movies, Sundance, walking around Salt Lake City with blue hair and asks if he's allowed to say "ass kick" on TV.
Headlines - Chip HappensThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
After a boycott threat by Internet privacy advocates, Intel Inside has decided to disable their Pentium III tracking software.
David CrossThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
David Cross talks about exploring New York, gay breakfast, his upcoming HBO special and what Jon Stewart is doing with his career.
Sure, Move the CatThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Stephanie Jackson has come up with a new workout technique called cat-flexing. It is the process lifting cats instead of weights which, surprisingly, doesn't always work.
Headlines - Borderline TalentThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
"Charlie's Angels" is being remade for Spanish TV network, Telemundo. When asked to comment, Farah Fawcett did and said some strange things.
Moment of Zen - SpandexThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
An elderly man confidently adjusts his spandex pants.
A Quick Word of Advice - The PopeThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
With a trip to St. Louis coming up, the Pope could use a few pointers on how to work the crowd. Luckily, Jon Stewart knows that crowd well.
Recap - 1/26/99The Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Jon Stewart ponders the development of David Matthew Scott, the Charlie's Angels remake and those awful British uniforms.
Headlines - Hand JiveThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Firecracker victim David Matthew Scott is the recipient of the United States' first successful hand transplant.
Other News - Songs for Swinging CorpsesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS3
Frank Sinatra Jr. has been hanging out with Bosnian war criminal Esad Landzo, who has done everything from burning people alive to putting nails in prisoners' heads.
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