The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
81st Academy Awards
Season 14 • 02/23/2009
John Oliver praises Hugh Jackman's hosting skills after two calamitous stints by Jon.
Moment of Zen - I Don't Know What You're Talking AboutThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Representative Maxine Waters would like to know why a bank CEO paid himself $21 million.
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John Sununu urges better enforcement of the laws already in place to help solve the economic crisis.
American Grandstand - Bank HearingsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Bank CEOs explain why they haven't complied with conditions Congress never actually attached to the bailout money in the first place.
Hope 'n' Change Update - Fort Myers MiracleThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
If you can get your hands on a mic at a town hall meeting, all your dreams will come true.
You're Welcome - Fixing the EconomyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
John Hodgman offers several solutions, from Criss Angel to Emergency Christmas, to save us from economic collapse.
Clusterf#@k to the Poor House - GOP Govs at OddsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Republicans are against the stimulus bill, but that doesn't mean they won't take the money.
Moment of Zen - Hugh Jackman Lap DanceThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Hugh Jackman dances seductively for Barbara Walters.
Intro - Handcrafted BowlThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
A kid from Vermont smokes weed with his grandmother out of a handcrafted bowl.
Jeff BezosThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Jeff Bezos says the e-book reader Kindle 2 allows you to read with one hand.
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The Academy Awards give actors the opportunity to do what they do best: compliment each other.
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John Oliver enjoyed this year's Academy Awards without Jon, the George W. Bush of comedy.
Intro - ShamWowsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Ricky Gervais might have a DVD, movie or ShamWow to sell.
Moment of Zen - Obama TailsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Canadians make Obama Tails in honor of the president's trip to Ottawa.
Unusual SuspectThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Jason Jones learns that when a galvanizing leader captures the public's imagination, he's either Hitler or the Antichrist.
Ricky GervaisThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Ricky Gervais wrote Barack Obama a letter asking him to take Paris Hilton back to America.
Canuck ObamaThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Barack Obama travels to Canada, the diplomatic equivalent of a preseason game.
Daily/Colbert - On the Same WavelengthThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
It's uncanny how Stephen and Jon are on the same wavelength.
Optimist PrimeThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Barack Obama may be too optimistic about his goals for the future of America.
Moment of Zen - Bobby Jindal's Stale SpeechThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Bobby Jindal's response to Barack Obama's speech was like following Led Zeppelin with a harmonica.
Bobby Jindal's Republican ResponseThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS14
Bobby Jindal responds to Barack Obama's speech by addressing Americans like children.
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