From Tea Partiers to Fox News to the NFL referees strike, The Daily Show's most British correspondent gets the story every time.
NBA veteran Jason Collins admits he's gay, but Jason Jones was hoping for something with a little more flair.
Andy Samberg tells Jon about the inspiration behind and fallout from "Dick in a Box."
Barack Obama's unapologetic defense of the social safety net leads Paul Ryan to question the President's choice of rhetorical devices.
Aired Wednesday January 23, 2013
Released from the burden of seeking election, Obama dares to suggest publicly that a government by, for, and of the people could be, at times, helpful to those same people.
Bob Costas & Fox News
Sportscaster Bob Costas violates unwritten rules by discussing guns and violence immediately following an instance of preventable gun violence.
Stephen Colbert Breaks Character in this Prince Charles Scandal sketch from The Daily Show.
Aasif Mandvi tells "Say Anything!" host Joy Behar about how the perception of Islam has changed in the world post-9/11 and reflects on his role covering the 2008 and 2012 elections as a correspondent for "The Daily Show."
Monday - Thursday 6e/3p
Science: What's It Up To?
Science claims it's working to cure disease, save the planet and solve the greatest human mysteries, but Aasif Mandvi finds out what it's really up to.
From the Larry King show with Jon Stewart from the Daily Show on Comedy Central talking about Mitt Romney in 2008.
Lewis Black talks about Creationism and Evolution
Both the Obama and Romney campaigns lie to Lewis Black, but it's fine just so long as they're not misrepresenting Nutella.
Louis C.K. addresses accusations of insensitivity stemming from a Twitter controversy, and offers advice for couples making classic gender mistakes.
Monday July 16, 2012
The Daily Show uncovers massive corporate corruption in Idaho.
Last night on The Daily Show reporter Aasif Mandvi had a segment in which he blows the lid off of a statewide conspiracy involving Simplot, one of the states biggest companies that has been polluting all over Idaho. The story begins with a two-headed trout found in a stream in Idaho and works its way up to a corruption of not just Simplot but also the EPA.
Its well worth a watch; Aasif doubles down on the laughter to make the seriousness of the case go down easier.
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