The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Ad Nauseam - Deceased Legends of Dance
Season 5 • 05/29/2001
Dead dancers and politicians are used to hawk worthless wares.
Energy Policy PacketThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Steve Carell explains President Bush's energy policy packet is made from virgin redwood and the fat of baby seals.
Women's Health with Vance DeGeneresThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
In his last segment, Vance DeGeneres focuses on the new sensations a woman might feel in her first trimester, such as morning sickness and vaginal secretions.
Headlines - Powers for AlgernonThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
The Bush administration releases its energy plan containing recommendations and a special word jumble in the back just for the president.
Other News - Uncle Tron's CabinThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
A high-tech house automates household tasks with software that can understand a family's verbal cues.
Richard SchiffThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Jon Stewart talks to actor Richard Schiff about his role on "The West Wing" and how they will never meet President George W. Bush.
Other News - Not Fade AwayThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
The world's oldest pair of jeans sells for $46,000 at auction to Levi Strauss.
Intro - 5/29/01The Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
The Daily Show is back from vacation and the guest tonight is Richard Schiff from "The West Wing."
Out, Damned SnotThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Stacey Grenrock-Woods interviews Arthur Bloom, a deranged man who collects and bakes his phlegm.
Moment of Zen - Phlegm SpitThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Arthur Bloom spits, drools and strains his phlegm.
Headlines - War is SwellThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
During this Memorial Day weekend, President George W. Bush visited the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the movie Pearl Harbor came out.
Ad Nauseam - Deceased Legends of DanceThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Steve Carell examines how commercials use dead dancers to sell their products.
Moment of Zen - SparksThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
President George W. Bush addresses the California energy crisis.
Back in Black - Memorial DayThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Lewis Black comments on Memorial Day, war movies, tax breaks, fishing on the South China Seas and new urinals.
Headlines - Cart And DriverThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
The Supreme Court rules that a disabled golfer can use a golf cart for transportation in between holes and President George W. Bush addresses the California energy crisis.
Awful Dark In HereThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Jon Stewart begins a sentence but doesn't know how to end it.
Bradley WhitfordThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Bradley Whitford gets lobbied by people who want their issues addressed on "The West Wing."
Pinochle DebacleThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Correspondent Mo Rocca goes undercover to infiltrate a pinochle den and the unspeakable depravity within.
Out at the Movies with Frank DeCaro - Pearl HarborThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
Frank DeCaro reviews Michael Bay and Jerry Bruckheimer's mega-blockbuster "Pearl Harbor."
Intro - PurposeThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
The Daily Show is for the kids. Now get them out of the room.
Headlines - Rich Man, Richer ManThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS5
President Bush's tax cuts cost more than originally promised, and Steven Tyler pisses off fans at the Indianapolis 500 with his rendition of the national anthem.
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