The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 15 • 05/03/2010
Jonathan Eig explains how the story of Al Capone has taken off in ways that make no sense.
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Microsoft was supposed to be the evil one, but now Apple is busting down doors in Palo Alto while Bill Gates rids the world of mosquitoes.
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Ken Blackwell believes that President Obama intends to subvert the Constitution and expand central government.
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In a discussion over what to call milk that doesn't come from a cow, Rosanna Scotto suggests "soy jizzum."
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The military encapsulates the solution to all of our problems in Afghanistan with one simple PowerPoint slide.
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Gordon Brown forgets to turn off his mic after a conversation with the sweetest old lady in England.
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Michael Caine thinks Great Britain's political situation is different from anything it's been in 100 years.
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The cans of propane and fireworks in Stephen's trunk prove he was preparing for his annual barbeque.
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As the oil spill heads towards the Louisiana coast, Wyatt Cenac tries to figure out who'd want to kill New Orleans.
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After the Times Square bomb scare, Mike Bloomberg holds a press conference to provide details of the T-shirt vendor and NYPD horse.
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Brian Kilmeade is surprised that the Times Square bomb suspect is being described as a white guy.
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Jonathan Eig says the story of Al Capone has been inflated by journalists, movies and TV shows.
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Michael Brown, the former FEMA director, doesn't think the EPA cares about the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
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Jason Jones looks at the tough competition among medical marijuana dispensaries in Denver.
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God destroys New Orleans and Nashville -- two American cities with great musical traditions.
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Police find and arrest the Times Square terror suspect in less time than it takes Sting to climax.
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Rosalynn Carter says the mental health situation in America is no better than when she started working in the field 39 years ago.
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Jon Meacham predicts the future of print media as the Washington Post puts Newsweek up for sale.
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"The American people" is a meaningless phrase that should be struck from public utterance along with, "Nobody doesn't like Sara Lee."
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Roland Martin wearing an ascot while discussing immigration might be the best thing Jon's ever seen on CNN.
Moment of Zen - Rick Sanchez Ad-Libs a TeaseThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS15
Instead of ad-libbing a tease, Rick Sanchez mistakenly reads aloud the instructions on his teleprompter.
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