The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
According To A New Study - Watership Downer
Season 6 • 03/19/2002
Jon Stewart wants to get in on the ground floor of small, reactive nanoparticles.
Headlines - Bye, All AccountsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
The accounting firm of Arthur Andersen, which employs all types of rogues, was indicted for its role in the Enron scandal.
Moment of Zen - David and LizaThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
David Gest and Liza Minnelli get married
Andy RichterThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Andy Richter lives in an anti-gravity zone and likes to bare hand his son's poop.
Headlines - Riding in Cars With Envoys The Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Vice President Cheney visits the Middle East to spread goodwill and prance around on the deck of an aircraft carrier.
BattletotsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Momma and Dadda have been apprehended, but Poo-Poo is still at large.
Headlines - Dick AroundThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Vice President Dick Cheney visited 11 nations in 5 days -- not the best way to get a feel for a place.
John McCain Pt. 1The Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Senator John McCain is hopeful for the bill on campaign finance reform to pass.
Moment of Zen - Kiss Me I'm IrishThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Reverend Lou Sheldon has reasons for not wanting the gays to march in the St. Patrick's Day parade.
John McCain Pt. 2The Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Senator John McCain's 90-year-old mother likes to watch Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld on television.
St. Patrick's Gay ParadeThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Reverend Lou Sheldon's research has shown that leprechauns are heterosexual.
According To A New Study - Watership DownerThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
If the Hudson River has appeared silkier and bouncier, it is because American waterways are awash in cleaners, medications and chemicals used in beauty aids.
Look At My Belly!The Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Jon introduces his belly and decides to start smoking again.
John LeguizamoThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
John Leguizamo speaks about animated children's films like he's Scarface.
Rhode IslandThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Mo Rocca can only use Rhode Island and Texas to compare the size of large land masses.
Back in Black - Man vs. NatureThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Lewis Black investigates the worldwide struggle between man and nature and lets us know that man wins hands down in America.
Headlines - Low Shelf EsteemThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
A large ice shelf in the Antarctic fell due to warming temperatures.
Trail of CheersThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
University of Northern Colorado intramural sports team, The Fighting Whites, tries to raise awareness of insensitivity in mascot naming.
Moment of Zen - Wasps' NestThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
A man dangles over a wasps' nest the size of a car.
SupercutsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
The Bush tax cuts and budget will make a better future for the children of the cyborgs who will have conquered the planet by the time the budget cuts impact is felt.
Out at the Movies with Frank DeCaro - Best ActorThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS6
Frank DeCaro picks Russell Crowe for best actor using his own particular criteria.
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