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Forget trying to keep pace with 24 hour news networks; the best fake news show in the world will provide you with all the news you can handle. The Daily Show is a comedic view of recent news headlines and political figures through a series of satirical monologues along with segments by correspondents and finally interviews with guest celebrities and political figures. The Daily Show with Trevor Noah is filmed at 733 11th Avenue, New York, NY.

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Guide to Home Video

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Interview Special - Billy Crystal

http://observer.com/1999/03/billy-crystal-noodges-his-way-to-daily-show-special/ 30 minute special that aired at 10:30 before the Hootie And The Blowfish episode

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Greatest Millenium Special

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Indecision 2000, Choose and Lose

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Steve Carell Salutes Steve Carell

Steve Carell looks back at many of his best segments as a Daily Show correspondent.

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Stephen Colbert - Again, A Look Back

Stephen Colbert hosts the first and only scheduled episode of The Daily Show's new spin off; "Again, A Look Back" on the Comedy Central sister network MSTDS. The Episode take a look back at many of Stephen's best segments as a correspondent for The Daily Show.

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Indecision 2002

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Indecision 2004 - Interviews and Reports

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Race From The White House 2004

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Indecision 2004 - DNC

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Indecision 2004 - RNC

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Jim Cramer Interview (Extended)

The unedited version of Jon Stewart's interview with Jim Cramer of CNBC. Comes after several shows in which Stewart criticised the financial network of failing in their journalistic duty to warn investors, instead acting as shills for the financial industry. While Cramer's antics on his own show were highlighted, the argument was not solely with Cramer per se, but rather the whole CNBC shtick.

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Rally To Restore Sanity And Or Fear

The Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear took place on October 30, 2010 on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., led by Jon Stewart and an in-character Stephen Colbert.

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A Look Back - December 2011

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Special Edition - A Look Back at News Media

CNN experiments with branded news segments, Chris Wallace gives away the Fox News game, and Brian Williams explains what it's like to be part of the professional news media in this Daily Show Special Edition.

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The Rumble 2012: Jon Stewart vs. Bill O'Reilly

Moderated by former Fox News and CNN anchor E.D. Hill, Stewart and O'Reilly clash over the role of government, President Obama's foreign policy, Social Security and Medicare, and the media industry, among other things.

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Rumble in the Air-Conditioned Jungle

Bill O'Reilly. Jon Stewart. 2 podiums. 1 Air-Conditioned Auditorium. In "O'Reilly v Stewart 2012: The Rumble in the Air-Conditioned Auditorium," O'Reilly and Stewart took an entertaining and comedic approach to today's pressing political issues in an attempt to find the best direction for America. The debate was recorded live at Lisner Auditorium at The George Washington University.

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Special Edition - A Look Back at Animals

Take a look back at The Best F#@king News Team Ever's greatest animal stories with the Daily Show Special Edition.

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Special Edition - A Look Back at Voting

Conservatives are up in arms over non-existent voter fraud, Pennsylvania upholds a controversial voter I.D. law, and Jason Jones helps a frustrated voter feel as though his vote actually matters in this Daily Show Special Edition.

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Special Edition - A Look Back at Barack Obama

The Daily Show's Special Edition takes a look back at the first four years of President Barack Obama.

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Special Edition - A Look Back at Democalypse 2012

The Best F#@king News Team Ever reports on election night, and Herman Cain talks about running for president in this Daily Show Democalypse 2012 Special Edition.

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Special Edition - A Look Back at Food

This week's Special Edition reminds us that even food can be political.

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Special Edition - A Look Back at International Affairs

Take a look back at The Best F#@king News Team Ever's greatest stories from around the world with the Daily Show Special Edition.

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Special Edition - A Look Back at Technology

Private space ships and 3-D porn are just some of the technological advances The Daily Show's Special Edition covers.

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Special Edition - A Look Back at Guns

The Daily Show's Special Edition takes a look back at the level-headed debate concerning gun rights.

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Special Edition - A Look Back at the Fiscal Cliff

Take a look back at The Daily Shows best coverage of the ever-heightening fiscal cliff with the Daily Show Special Edition.

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Special Edition - A Look Back at Women in the Military

Watch coverage of women in the military with The Daily Show Special Edition.

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Special Edition - A Look Back at Drones

The Daily Show Special Edition looks at the machines that are possibly looking at you.

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News Your Own Adventure

The Best F#@king News Team Ever's Jordan Klepper, Hasan Minhaj, and Jessica Williams present fan-favorite clips and segments in this special episode of The Daily Show.

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Jon Stewart Has Left the Building

Produced by the award-winning NBC News' Peacock Productions, the one-hour special will celebrate Jon Stewart's 16-year run as host of Comedy Central's "The Daily Show," highlight his top interviews and examine his influence on politics, entertainment and the news landscape.

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The Road to “The Road”

Trevor takes a look back at the bizarre and unprecedented primary season that led to Donald Trump’s emergence as the GOP nominee.

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What to Expect When You’re Expectant

To kick off the Democratic National Convention, Trevor revisits a primary process that pitted Hillary Clinton against Bernie Sanders.

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The Best of the Worst: Democalypse 2016 Roundup

Trevor Noah looks back on The Daily Show's coverage of the 2016 general election in all of its bizarre grandeur, from the Clinton-Trump debates to the innumerable scandals.

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Barack Obama: Unpresidented

Trevor looks back at Barack Obama's time in the White House and examines the legacy-preserving policy he enacted, and guests reflect on the past eight years.

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The Celebrity Appresident

Trevor examines Donald Trump's rocky presidential transition and scandalous ties to Russia, as well as the White House's contentious relationship with the media.

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The Inauguration of Donald J. Trump: So Help Us God

Trevor breaks down President Trump's turbulent inauguration weekend, from the musicians who refused to perform at the ceremony to the worldwide Women's Marches that followed.

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This Land is His Land

Trevor examines President Trump's disastrous Muslim ban, his escalating war against the media and his saber-rattling approach to international diplomacy.

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Your Moment of Them: The Best of Jordan Klepper

Highlights of correspondent Jordan Klepper's best reporting on topics such as gun safety and Trump supporters.

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Your Moment of Them: The Best of Roy Wood Jr

A look back at correspondent Roy Wood Jr.'s coverage of topics such as Meals on Wheels and blackness at the Oscars.

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Your Moment of Them: The Best of Ronny Chieng

The show salutes correspondent Ronny Chieng's reporting as he covers Fox News' racism, an interfaith initiative and Donald Trump's China policy.

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Your Moment of Them: The Best of Desi Lydic

The show looks back at correspondent Desi Lydic's most memorable moments and most noteworthy stories.

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Your Moment of Them: The Best of Hasan Minhaj

The show looks back at correspondent Hasan Minhaj's most memorable moments and most noteworthy stories.

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The Second 100 Days

Trevor recaps President Trump's biggest accomplishments (and non-accomplishments) during his second 100 days in office, from foreign policy to health care to the environment.

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The Russian Scandal: The Crème de la Kremlin

The Daily Show looks at the many ways Donald Trump and his staff have gotten wrapped up in Russia-related scandals since he began his run for the U.S. presidency.

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Trump's Best, Smartest People. Such Great People.

Trevor runs through the slew of dubiously qualified people President Trump has hired to run his administration and examines their most egregious gaffes and blunders.

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Start Dreading the News

Trevor analyzes the state of news media with a look at the recent shakeups at Fox News, the effect President Trump has had on punditry and the rise of Alex Jones.

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The Yearly Show 2017

Trevor and the Best F#@king News Team hit the Gramercy Theatre to look back at the biggest events of 2017 in news, sports and pop culture.

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You're Fired: In Memoriam

The Daily Show looks back on the government employees (like Sean Spicer and Preet Bharara) who didn’t make it through President Trump’s first year in office.

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It's the End of the Year As We Know It

The Daily Show reflects on some of the year’s most disastrous events, including a record-breaking hurricane season and escalating tensions between the U.S. and North Korea.

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Out of Office 2017

The Daily Show highlights some of its best field pieces from the past year, including a look at how President Trump’s words get translated into other languages and an investigation into a jobs program in coal country.

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The Russian Scandal: The Crème De La Kremlin II

The Daily Show unpacks the biggest moments from the Trump-Russia investigation, including Donald Trump Jr.’s campaign meeting, the Kremlin’s social media takeover and Robert Mueller’s indictments.

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Ladies Night: News-making women

The Daily Show highlights news-making women, including the black female voters in Alabama who defeated accused child molester Roy Moore, the Miss America contestants with more qualifications than President Trump and (of course) Oprah Winfrey.

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My Super Tweet 16

Trevor and The World’s Fakest News Team revisit Donald Trump’s most memorable early tweets, explain why the president gravitates toward an unfiltered communications platform and suggest alternate social media for threatening war.

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A 100% Trump-Free Show

In an entirely Donald Trump-free episode, Trevor and The World’s Fakest News Team find out how rowdy Ugandan politics can get, learn about the latest smart technology and check in with Rob Gronkowski on the Tide Pod Challenge.

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The Unpresidential Day Special

In honor of Presidents’ Day, The Daily Show looks back at some of Donald Trump’s most memorable moments in office, from defending white supremacists to administration infighting to attacking the “fake news” media.

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Your Moment of Them: The Best of Roy Wood Jr. Vol. 2

A look back on some of Roy Wood Jr.’s finest segments to date, including reportage from a pro-gun rally after the Parkland shooting and a State of Black S**t address.

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Your Moment of Them: The Best of Desi Lydic Vol. 2

A selection of Desi Lydic’s best reporting, from visiting a sex robot factory to interviewing translators tasked with making sense of Donald Trump’s speeches.

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Your Moment of Them: The Best of Ronny Chieng Vol. 2

Some of Ronny Chieng’s best segments, including a profile of the wrestler The Progressive Liberal and an inside look at the world of cryptocurrency.

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Your Moment of Them: The Best of Dulcé Sloan

Some of Dulce Sloan’s finest segments, including her trip to the U.S.-Mexico border and a postmortem on the defeat of Roy Moore.

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Your Moment of Them: The Best of Michael Kosta

Some of Michael Kosta’s best work, from a legal analysis of a corrupt Alabama sheriff to a problematic bus tour of New York City.

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Separation Anxiety

Trevor examines President Trump’s reviled policy of separating migrant families, from the bipartisan backlash against it to the White House’s efforts to blame it on Democrats.

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Discrimi-NATION

Trevor examines the rise of white people calling the cops on black people for no reason, inappropriate school assignments involving slavery, and Roseanne Barr’s racist tweet.

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So Much Winning

Trevor covers Donald Trump’s history of lying about his wealth, the president’s “Space Force” plan, and the implications of Anthony Kennedy’s retirement from the Supreme Court.

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In The Foxhole

President Trump’s nightly chats with Sean Hannity wreak havoc, Laura Ingraham defends the separation of migrant families, and Trump delivers a wild rant on “Fox & Friends.”

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Big Little Allies

A look at the tactless and flat-out weird way Donald Trump has engaged with world leaders since he became president.

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A 100% Trump-Free Show Vol. 2

A much-needed reprieve from Donald Trump-centric news, including speculation about Bert and Ernie, and deer overpopulation in Staten Island.

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Filling the Swamp

Taking stock of some of the most corrupt and unqualified people to make it into Donald Trump’s orbit, including Scott Pruitt, Stephen Miller, and Brett Kavanaugh.

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A Total Shutshow

The Daily Show looks back at President Trump’s mismanagement of the longest shutdown in American history.

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This Is U.S.

The Daily Show revisits some notable local news stories, including a pet alligator in a nursing home and the lifting of a nunchucks ban.

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The Russian Scandal: The Creme de la Kremlin III

The Daily Show provides an update on Robert Mueller’s investigation and President Trump’s suspicious string of pro-Russia stances.

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You're Fired: In Memoriam Vol. 2

The Daily Show tips its hat to another round of Trump appointees who either resigned or were fired, including Omarosa Manigault, Rex Tillerson, and Jeff Sessions.

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The Daily Show Presents: Desi Lydic: Abroad

Desi Lydic heads to Iceland, Namibia and Spain to figure out why these countries all have better records of gender equality than the United States.

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What in the World?

The Daily Show revisits outrageous news stories from around the world, including a pole-dancing controversy in China and professional lightsaber dueling in France.

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It's 2020 24/7

The Daily Show provides an overview of some of the many, many Democrats running for president in 2020, including Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden, Pete Buttigieg and Kamala Harris.

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The Kid Gloves Come Off

The Daily Show highlights young people taking an outsized role in politics, including teen activists from Parkland and kids who challenged Dianne Feinstein on climate change.

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In the Foxhole Vol. 2

The Daily Show highlights Fox News at its most outrageous, including Sean Hannity losing it over Cory Booker’s veganism and Laura Ingraham’s feud with Pete Buttigieg.

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Beast of Special

The Daily Show looks back at the wildest recent animal news, including a tiger left in an abandoned house, a dog that can perform CPR and a pair of gay lions.

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Your Moment of Them: The Best of Michael Kosta Vol. 2

The Daily Show pays tribute to Michael Kosta’s best work, including his case for reparations and his look at how Trump supporters feel about the Space Force.

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Your Moment of Them: The Best of Dulcé Sloan Vol. 2

The Daily Show salutes Dulcé Sloan’s finest work, from her take on black women’s support of Joe Biden to their call for equal pay.
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Premier Episode

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Mary Kay Place

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Jon Cryer

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Jackie Chan

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Episode 5

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Bobby Slayton

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Jamie Lee Curtis

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Episode 8

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Gordon Elliott

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Engelbert Humperdinck

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Susan Norfleet

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Kevin Meaney

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Dennis Miller

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Henriette Mantel

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Phyllis Diller

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Charlton Heston

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Edward Burns

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John Hulme & Michael Wexler

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Dave Attell

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Mario Van Peebles

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Rolonda Watts

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Eric Stoltz

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The Amazing Kreskin

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Jon Stewart

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Robert Wuhl

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Wink Martindale

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Joan Rivers

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Jerry Springer

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Clea Lewis

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David Cross

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Dan Hedaya

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Tom Rhodes

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Joey Slotnick

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Kathy Ireland

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Jennifer Tilly

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Renée Taylor & Joseph Bologna

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Maria Conchita Alonso

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Jeff Stilson

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Frank DeCaro

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Jamie Foxx

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Robert Schimmel

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Bill Murray

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Janet Leigh

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Arianna Huffington

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Richard Dean Anderson

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Brenda Vaccaro

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Kurt Loder

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Marilu Henner

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David Cross & Bob Odenkirk

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Michael Boatman

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Elayne Boosler

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James Doohan

Tonight, James Doohan, otherwise known as Scotty from Star Trek.

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Mark Curry

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Robin Leach

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Bobcat Goldthwait

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Tom Bergeron

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Julia Sweeney

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Bruce Davison

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Jim Breuer

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Richard Lewis

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Wes Craven

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Rob Morrow

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Robyn Lively

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Debbie Reynolds

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Holiday Spectacular

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David Faustino

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Kathy Kinney

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John Salley

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Jill Novick

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Richard Kind

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Vincent D'Onofrio

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Jonathan Katz

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Richard Kline

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Sydney Barrows

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John Cleese

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Tracy Nelson

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Steve Guttenberg

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Vondie Curtis-Hall

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Christopher Guest

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Jonathan Silverman

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Rodney Dangerfield

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Rob Estes

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Montel Williams

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Timothy Dalton

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John Leguizamo

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Scott Glenn

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Uri Geller

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Nancy Glass

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Chevy Chase

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Paul Rudd

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Pauly Shore

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Tommy Davidson

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Merrill Markoe

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Debi Mazar

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Carol Alt

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Jackie Collins

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Bruno Kirby

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Charles Osgood

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Pat O'Brien

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Richard Lewis

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Blair Brown

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George Segal

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Spalding Gray

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Jennifer Tilly

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Famke Janssen

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Joe Pantoliano

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the cast of 'Viva Variety'

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Marlon Wayans & Kadeem Hardison

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Michael DeLorenzo

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Milton Berle

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John Waters

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Joanna Kerns

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Ron Palillo

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David Alan Grier

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Keith Olbermann

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Peri Gilpin

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Tom Wopat & John Schneider

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Kevin Meaney

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Cathy Moriarty

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Dr. Joyce Brothers

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Janeane Garofalo

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Wilt Chamberlain

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Wendy Liebman

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Joely Fisher

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Connie Britton

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Sheryl Lee Ralph

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Mike Myers

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Patrick Dempsey

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Lea Thompson

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Judd Nelson

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Tisha Campbell

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Ron Leibman

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Rita Rudner

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Charo

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Sammy Hagar

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Kenny Anderson

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Kim Coles

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Elayne Boosler

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Ken Ober

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Vince Vaughn

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Andy Dick

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Reginald Vel Johnson

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Charles Shaughnessy

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Troy Donahue

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Marlon Wayans & Shawn Wayans

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David Arquette

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Bobcat Goldthwait

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Eric Schaeffer

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Robert Wuhl

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Darrell Hammond

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Peter Fonda

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Brent Spiner

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Dyan Cannon

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Betty White

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Kathy Griffin

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Julia Sweeney

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Richard Jeni

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Brendan Fraser

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Belinda Carlisle

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The Bert Fershners

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First Anniversary Special

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Sugar Ray Leonard

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Ben Stein

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Erica Jong

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Thomas Haden Church

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Jay Mohr

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John Leguizamo

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Cindy Crawford

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Lauren Lane

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Joy Behar

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Tony Randall

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Marilu Henner

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Isaac Hayes

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Loretta Lynn

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Rebecca Lobo

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Vicki Lawrence

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Lorrie Morgan

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Christopher McDonald

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Khandi Alexander

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Mark Addy

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Michael Palin

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Andrew Dice Clay

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Stefanie Powers

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Yasmine Bleeth

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Richard Lewis

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David Cross & Bob Odenkirk

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Guy Pearce

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Debbie Reynolds

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Jaleel White

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Maureen McCormick

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Joe Lando

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Keith Olbermann

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John Tesh

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Sharon Lawrence

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Alan Ruck

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Harland Williams

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Janeane Garofalo

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Penelope Ann Miller

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Joey Lawrence

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Richard Jeni

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Lucy Lawless

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Annie Potts

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Matt Stone and Trey Parker

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Suzanne Somers

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Adam Arkin

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Paul Provenza

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Michael J. Fox

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Jason Gedrick

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French Stewart

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Paul Rodriguez

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Lynn Whitfield

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Gail O'Grady

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Bill Murray

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Fred Savage

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Kathy Griffin

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Bill Murray (2)

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Denis Leary

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Alexandra Wentworth

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Ernie Hudson

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Richard Belzer

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Garcelle Beauvais

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Benjamin Salisbury

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Mark Hamill

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Andy Williams Christmas Special

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Jamie Luner

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Robert Townsend

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Alan Thicke

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Ricki Lake

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Jason Bateman

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Randy Quaid

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Caroline Rhea

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Tracey Ullman

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Dave Chappelle

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Bruce Boxleitner

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Alexander Chaplin

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Ben Stiller

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Mark Cohen

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Jim Breuer

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Janeane Garofalo

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Matthew Lillard

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Rose McGowan

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Harry Hamlin

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Gloria Reuben

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Carol Leifer

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Michael Bergin

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Maury Povich

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Jayson Williams

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Richard Lewis

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Dan Cortese

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Marlon Wayans

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Gordon Elliott

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Jackie Collins

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Michael Boatman

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Matthew Modine

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Peter Graves

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Miguel Ferrer

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Timothy Dalton

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Jason Priestley

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Henry Thomas

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Holly Robinson Peete

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Carrot Top

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Carrot Top

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Carrot Top

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Dave Grohl

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Robert Klein

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Mark Harmon

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Jeffrey Ross

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Olivia Newton-John

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Vivica A. Fox

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Al Franken

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Jody Watley

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Dave Foley

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Mimi Rogers

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Natasha Henstridge

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Natasha Henstridge

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Ben Stein

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Scott Bakula

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Denis Leary

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Jonathan Silverman

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Loni Anderson

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Mark Wahlberg

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Johnny Galecki

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Bob Hoskins

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Sheryl Lee Ralph

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Jason Gedrick

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Patrick Swayze

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Paul Rudd

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Natasha Gregson Wagner

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Patrick Swayze

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Jon Favreau

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Rob Estes

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Jack Wagner

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Tiffani Amber Thiessen

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Doug Savant

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Andy Kindler

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Matthew Perry

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Suzanne Somers

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Bobcat Goldthwait

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Eric Stoltz

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David Boreanaz

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Jeff Foxworthy

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Jeff Foxworthy

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Jon Cryer

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Jon Cryer

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Marilu Henner

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Norm MacDonald

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Peter MacNicol

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William Shatner

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Bob Saget

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Cathy Lee Crosby

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Peter Scolari

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Roma Maffia

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Greg Germann

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Scott Thompson

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Veronica Webb

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Diamond Dallas Page

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Diamond Dallas Page

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Joy Behar

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Tony Randall

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Richard Lewis

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Second Anniversary Special

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Jay Mohr

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Jerry Mathers

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Jonathan Katz

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Jonathan Katz

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Yasmine Bleeth

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David Brenner

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Nick DiPaolo

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Lisa Ann Walter

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Lemmy

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Adam Arkin

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Dana Gould

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Carla Gugino

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LL Cool J

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Penn & Teller

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Dr. Joyce Brothers

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Joseph Gordon-Levitt

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Debbie Matenopoulos

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Sela Ward

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Josie Bissett

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Pam Grier

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Rosanna Arquette

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Amy Brenneman

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Peter Gallagher

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Colin Quinn

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Terry Jones

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Renee Hicks

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Dr. Ruth Westheimer

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Ben Stiller

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Vince Vaughn

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Jackie Chan

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Bonnie Raitt

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Denis Leary

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Janeane Garofalo

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Brian Benben

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Brian Benben

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Brian Benben

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John Waters

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Will Ferrell & Chris Kattan

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Faith Ford

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Billy Connolly

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Richard Grieco

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Dee Snider

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Jeff Goldblum

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Stephen Baldwin

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Chris Elliott

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Jennifer Tilly

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Erik Estrada & Larry Wilcox

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Margaret Cho

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David Cross & Bob Odenkirk

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Kevin Sorbo

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Kevin James

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Blair Underwood

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Upright Citizens Brigade

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Queen Latifah

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Henry Winkler

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John Fugelsang

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Travis Tritt

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Roma Downey

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Ken Olin

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Kate Mulgrew

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Shannen Doherty

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Jerry Springer

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Jon Favreau

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Jon Favreau

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Jon Favreau

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Todd Rundgren

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Patricia Heaton

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Bill Maher

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Tim Conway

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Elijah Wood

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Jeremy Piven

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Patrick Stewart

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Wendie Malick

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Deborah Norville

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Jon Stewart

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Richard Lewis

The Daily Show, which has recently named the "best Late Night Comedy" by TV Guide, marks a change. Craig Kilborn, who has hosted the show since 1996, will leave, as will popular correspondents A. Whitney Brown and Brian Unger.
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Michael J. Fox

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Sandra Bernhard

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Tracey Ullman

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Gillian Anderson

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David Alan Grier

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William Baldwin

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Michael Stipe

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Carmen Electra

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Matthew Lillard

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David Cross

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Yasmine Bleeth

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D. L. Hughley

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George Carlin

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Dave Foley

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Kellie Martin

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Jerry O'Connell

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Melissa Gilbert

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Brendan Fraser

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Pamela Anderson, Natalie Raitano, Molly Culver

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Daniel Stern

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Melina Kanakaredes

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Ed McMahon

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Mike Judge

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John Tesh

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Eric McCormack

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Jeri Ryan

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Ryan Phillippe

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Ian McKellen

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Jon Voight

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Sammy Hagar

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Hootie & the Blowfish

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Peter Krause

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Chris Isaak

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John Larroquette

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Joseph Gordon-Levitt

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Jennifer Grey

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Norm Macdonald

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Sandra Bullock

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Janine Turner

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Ron Howard

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Omar Epps

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Diane Lane

NATO involvement in the Kick in the Balkans 1999, Fabio gets hit in the face by a goose while riding a roller coaster, A reincarnated monk lives with a lady as a grey parrot named Jane, First day of Passover, Corrections/Apologies.

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Stephen Baldwin

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Ernie Hudson

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Josh Charles

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Jackie Chan

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Marlee Matlin

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Sharon Lawrence

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Rob Estes

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Angelina Jolie

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David Spade

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Seth Green

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Sheryl Lee Ralph

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Chris Robinson

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Joy Behar

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Thomas Gibson

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Paula Cale

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Ted Danson

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Esai Morales

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Jane Seymour

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Robert Schimmel

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Camryn Manheim

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Ray Romano

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Patricia Richardson

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Suzanne Somers

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Natalie Portman

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Jamie Foxx

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Harry Connick Jr.

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Caroline Rhea

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Damon Wayans

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Timothy Hutton

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Mike Myers

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Rob Lowe

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Mike Myers

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Heather Graham

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Felicity Huffman

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Jimmy Kimmel

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Adam Sandler

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Richard Belzer

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Margaret Cho

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Scott Wolf

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Roseanne Barr

83

Rob Schneider

84

Adam Arkin

Adam Arkin

85

Miss Piggy

86

John Leguizamo

87

Robert Klein

88

Christa Miller

89

David Brenner

90

Third Anniversary Special

91

Joely Fisher

92

Donny Osmond

93

Wendie Malick

94

Vince Neil

95

Janeane Garofalo

96

Bebe Neuwirth

97

Garry Marshall

98

Denis Leary

99

Jeffrey Tambor

Jeffrey Tambor

100

Dave Foley

101

Dom Irrera

102

Pierce Brosnan

103

Eduardo Sanchez & Daniel Myrick

104

Carson Daly

105

Molly Ringwald

106

Sarah Jessica Parker

107

French Stewart

108

Cheryl Ladd

109

LL Cool J

110

Dwight Yokam

111

Nia Long

112

Summer Spectacular

113

Elayne Boosler

114

Tom Green

115

Jason Priestley

116

David Cross

117

Andy Richter

118

Donny Osmond & Marie Osmond

119

Dave Chappelle

120

Steve Zahn

121

Norm MacDonald

122

Melissa Joan Hart

123

Richard Lewis

124

Bruce McCulloch and Mark McKinney

125

Greg Proops

126

Maury Povich

127

Brooke Shields

128

Molly Shannon

129

Rebecca Gayheart

130

Steven Wright

131

Amy Brenneman

132

Melissa Gilbert

133

Cathy Moriarty

134

Louie Anderson

135

Sarah Michelle Gellar

Tonight, actress Sarah Michelle Gellar, star of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

136

Melanie C.

137

Chris O'Donnell

138

Jennifer Love Hewitt

Tonight, actress Jennifer Love Hewitt.

139

Dave Grohl

140

Roshumba Williams

141

Kellie Martin

142

Kathy Griffin

143

Christina Ricci

144

Tori Amos

Tonight, singer Tori Amos promotes her new album, To Venus and Back.

145

Lennox Lewis

146

Bill Maher

147

Goo Goo Dolls

148

Stephen Rea

149

Laura San Giacomo

150

Michael Boatman

151

Paul Rudd

152

Senator Bob Dole, part 1

153

Senator Bob Dole, part 2

154

Rob Schneider

155

Joan Lunden

156

Shannen Doherty

157

George Carlin

158

David Boreanaz

159

Jewel

Episode Description

1

Cynthia Nixon

2

Robbie Williams

3

Richard Belzer

4

Joe Montana

5

Will Ferrell

6

Ice Cube

7

Michael Stipe

8

Penelope Ann Miller

9

Frankie Muniz

10

Freddie Prinze Jr.

11

Jerry Springer

12

Selma Blair

13

Peter Krause

14

Jenny McCarthy

15

David Arquette

16

Jeff Bridges

17

Bob Dole

18

Jason Priestley

19

Moby

20

Dennis Farina

21

Matthew Perry

22

Ed McMahon

23

Snoop Dogg

24

Charlize Theron

25

Rachael Leigh Cook

26

Forest Whitaker

27

Vin Diesel

28

Tobey Maguire

29

Ellen DeGeneres

30

Neil Patrick Harris

31

Kevin Pollak

32

Bob Dole

33

Garry Shandling

34

Eddie Izzard

35

Kim Delaney

36

Wolf Blitzer

37

Drew Carey

38

Chris Meloni

39

Marla Sokoloff

40

Eric Idle

41

Leelee Sobieski

42

John Lydon

43

Joshua Jackson

44

Sam Donaldson

45

Jimmy Smits

46

Roger Daltrey

47

Ben Stein

48

Patrick Stewart

49

David Alan Grier

50

Stanley Tucci

51

Samantha Mathis

52

Diamond Dallas Page

53

Arlen Specter

54

Hugh Hefner

55

Kirsten Dunst

56

Jeanne Tripplehorn

57

Stephen Baldwin

58

S. Epatha Merkerson

59

Luke Wilson

60

Julie Warner

61

Eric Close

62

Wendie Malick

63

Jesse L. Martin

64

Andy Richter

65

Betty White

66

Tracey Ullman

67

Kyle MacLachlan

68

Jane Leeves

69

Michael Rapaport

70

Laura Kightlinger

71

Thandie Newton

72

Sonja Christopher

73

Penn and Teller

74

Kelli Williams

75

Michael Moore

76

When the Elderly Go on TV with Al Greenwood

77

Mark Curry

78

Jimmy Kimmel & Adam Carolla

79

Julie Brown

80

Heather Donahue

81

Joe Lockhart

82

Freddie Prinze Jr.

83

Alicia Silverstone

84

Cheri Oteri

85

Jeff Probst

86

Richie Sambora

87

John C. Reilly

88

Anna Paquin

Anna Paquin

89

J.K. Simmons

90

Famke Janssen

91

Billy Crudup

92

Shawn & Marlon Wayans

Shawn & Marlon Wayans

93

Halle Berry

94

Fourth Anniversary Special

95

Al Roker

96

Peter Fonda

97

Joe Eszterhas

98

Jennifer Beals

99

Campaign Trail to the Road to the White House

100

Republican National Convention Pt. 1

101

Republican National Convention Pt. 2

102

Republican National Convention Pt. 3

103

Republican National Convention Pt. 4

104

Democratic National Convention Pt. 1

105

Democratic National Convention Pt. 2

106

Democratic National Convention Pt. 3

107

Democratic National Convention Pt. 4

108

Jeremy Piven

109

Slash

110

Vincent D'Onofrio

111

Donal Logue

112

Greg Kinnear

113

Spinal Tap

114

Joe Mantegna

115

Eugene Levy

116

Lennox Lewis

117

Senator Joe Lieberman

118

Ryan Phillippe

119

Jamie Lee Curtis

120

Barenaked Ladies

121

Jamie Foxx

122

Jonathan Katz

123

Bill Goldberg

124

Sylvester Stallone

125

Tony Danza

126

Dean Cain

127

Ashton Kutcher

128

Jewel

129

Ralph Nader

130

Alice Cooper

131

Christian Slater

132

Joshua Jackson

133

Brendan Fraser

134

Kevin James

135

Jeff Garlin

136

Posh Spice & Baby Spice

137

Steven Weber

138

Brett Butler

139

David Frost

140

Phil Donahue

141

Michael Richards

142

Arlen Specter

143

Indecision 2000 Choose and Loose

144

Richard Belzer

145

Michael Moore

Tonight, documentary director Michael Moore promoting his TV series on Bravo called The Awful Truth.

146

Adam Sandler

147

Patricia Arquette

148

Adam Sandler

149

Rhys Ifans

150

Tales of Survival with Vance DeGeneres

151

John Goodman

152

Laura San Giacomo

153

Billy Campbell

154

Anthony Clark

155

Thomas Gibson

156

Faith Ford

157

Chris O'Donnell

158

Marlan Wayans

159

Ira Glass

160

Greta Van Susteren

161

Indecision 2000 Special

162

Wolf Blitzer

163

Marla Sokoloff

164

Marisa Tomei

165

Jeri Ryan

Tonight, actress Jeri Ryan promotes her new movie Dracula 2000.

166

Gillian Anderson

Tonight, actress Gillian Anderson from the The X-Files.
Episode Description

1

Richard Lewis

2

Vitamin C

3

Julia Stiles

4

Willem Dafoe

5

Tim Robbins

6

Sam Donaldson

7

Lynn Whitfield

8

Bill O'Reilly

9

Matthew McConaughey

10

Terry Bradshaw

11

Topher Grace

12

David Boreanaz

13

Dyan Cannon

14

James van der Beek

15

Tim Blake Nelson

16

Dave Grohl

17

Kermit the Frog

18

Jessica Alba

19

Wanda Sykes

20

Greg Germann

21

Chris Rock

22

Kelly Ripa

23

Ted Danson

24

Joe Pantoliano

25

Heather Locklear

26

Warren Christopher

27

Martin Short

28

Ed Burns

29

Carmen Electra

30

Javier Bardem

31

Chris Meloni

32

Mary Stuart Masterson

33

Jeff Varner

34

Denis Leary

35

Richard Roeper

36

Richard Lewis

37

Mark Harmon

38

Jennifer Love Hewitt

39

Lisa Ling

40

Amy Sedaris

41

D.L. Hughley

42

Steven Weber

43

Paul Reubens

44

Bob Costas

45

Damon Wayans

46

Brittany Daniel

47

Don Hewitt

48

Rachael Leigh Cook

49

Tom Green

50

Tom Cavanagh

51

Eric McCormack

52

Dominic Chianese

53

No Guest

54

Robert Patrick

55

Chris Robinson

56

James Van Der Beek

57

Richie Sambora

58

Patricia Richardson

59

Maura Tierney

60

Denise Quiñones

61

Heath Ledger

62

Jerry Springer

63

Richard Schiff

64

Bradley Whitford

65

Leah Remini

66

Jake Johannsen

67

Richard Belzer

68

Al Roker

69

Bernie Mac

70

Joe Queenan

71

Gene Simmons

72

David Duchovny

73

Jeff Greenfield

74

Martin Short

75

Michael Rapaport

76

Alec Baldwin

77

Mýa

78

Sam Robards

79

Johnny Knoxville

80

Jet Li

81

Bridget Fonda

82

Sean Hayes

451. Sean Hayes First aired: 7/9/2001 Production Code: 6001 Tonight, actor Sean Hayes from Will & Grace.

83

The Spice Girls

452. Spice Girls First aired: 7/10/2001 Production Code: 6002 Tonight, the Spice Girls. Replay of Posh & Baby Spice Interview from (2000-10-25).

84

James Woods

James Woods

85

Vince Vaughn

Vince Vaughn

86

Jon Favreau

Jon Favreau

87

Maria Bartiromo

Maria Bartiromo

88

Ed Norton

They Might Be Giants

89

Hank Azaria

Hank Azaria

90

Larry Miller

91

Paul Giametti

Paul Giametti

92

Senator Joe Lieberman

93

Senator John McCain

Senator John McCain

94

Jerri Manthey

95

Peter Krause

96

Jackie Chan

97

Janeane Garofalo

98

Andie MacDowell

99

Joe Rogan

100

Tara Reid

101

Jason Biggs

102

David Rakoff

103

John Carpenter

104

Seth Green

105

Fabio

106

Cuba Gooding Jr.

107

Griffin Dunne

108

Will Ferrell

109

Kevin Smith

110

They Might Be Giants

111

Dave Navarro

Was scheduled guest for 2001-09-11, but show never aired

111

The Comeback Episode

The Daily Show returns to the air from the New York studio in their first episode after the tragedy of September 11th, 2001.

112

Frank Rich

113

Aaron Brown

114

Jeff Greenfield

115

Tenacious D

116

Kelsey Grammer

117

Jim Belushi

118

Stephen Morse

119

Kate Beckinsale

120

Owen Wilson

121

Jeremy Piven

122

John Miller

John Miller

123

Emeril Lagasse

124

Lorraine Bracco

Tonight, actress Lorraine Bracco from The Sopranos.

125

Snoop Dogg

For the Interview, Snoop Dogg discusses his role in Bones.

126

Fareed Zakaria

127

Lance Bass

128

Don Dahler

129

Greta Van Susteren

130

Jeff Bridges

For the Interview, Jeff Bridges discusses his role as Dr. Powell in K-Pax.

131

Rob Morrow

132

Richard Holbrooke

133

Kevin Spacey

For the interview, Kevin Spacey stops by to discuss his role in K-Pax.

134

Paul Rudd

Tonight, actor Paul Rudd.

135

P.J. O'Rourke

136

George Stephanopoulos

137

Jennifer Saunders

For the Interview, Jennifer Saunders discusses the return of Absolutely Fabulous.

138

Steve Kroft

139

Anne Robinson

140

Carson Daly

141

John Stamos

142

Edward Burns

143

Star Jones

144

Jennifer Garner

145

David Halberstam

146

Nadine Strossen

147

John Edward

148

Marg Helgenberger

149

Ted Danson

150

Stephen Colbert as Al Sharpton

151

Dave Gorman

152

Janeane Garofalo

153

Tracey Ullman

154

Elijah Wood

155

Peggy Noonan

156

Gary Sinise

157

Jamie Foxx

Episode Description

1

Anjelica Houston

Anjelica Houston

2

Luke Wilson

Luke Wilson

3

Jack Black

Jack Black

4

Leslie Stahl

Leslie Stahl

5

Ian McKellan

Ian McKellan

6

Colin Hanks

Colin Hanks

7

Jeremy Northam

Jeremy Northam

8

Al Sharpton

Al Sharpton

9

Anthony LaPaglia

Anthony LaPaglia

10

Harold Ramis

Harold Ramis

11

Sebastian Junger

Sebastian Junger

12

Ron Insana

Ron Insana

13

Elmore Leonard

Elmore Leonard

14

John King

John King

15

Jason Schwartzman

Jason Schwartzman

16

Ron Howard

Ron Howard

17

Greta Van Susteren

Greta Van Susteren

18

LL Cool J

LL Cool J

19

Barry Manilow

Barry Manilow

20

Scott Bakula

Scott Bakula

21

John Stossel

John Stossel

22

Ralph Nader

Ralph Nader

23

Rebecca Romijn

Rebecca Romijn

24

Jeri Ryan

Jeri Ryan

25

Bethany McLean

Bethany McLean

26

Michael Moore

Michael Moore

27

David Remnick

David Remnick

28

Richard Lewis

Richard Lewis

29

Milla Jovovich

Milla Jovovich

30

Tom Arnold

Tom Arnold

31

Bea Arthur

Bea Arthur

32

Denis Leary

Denis Leary

33

Joe Klein

Joe Klein

34

Bill O'Reilly

Bill O'Reilly

35

Andy Richter

Andy Richter

36

John McCain

John McCain

37

John Leguizamo

John Leguizamo

38

Aidan Quinn

Aidan Quinn

39

Paula Zahn

Paula Zahn

40

David Brock

David Brock

41

Jon Favreau

Jon Favreau

42

Ashley Judd

Ashley Judd

43

Tony Danza

Tony Danza

44

Judy Woodruff

Judy Woodruff

45

Patricia Arquette

Patricia Arquette

46

The Goo Goo Dolls

The Goo Goo Dolls

47

Samuel L. Jackson

Samuel L. Jackson

48

Lisa Beyer

Lisa Beyer

49

Tara Reid

Tara Reid

50

Richard Dreyfuss

Richard Dreyfuss

51

Michael Clarke Duncan

Michael Clarke Duncan

52

Beau Bridges

Beau Bridges

53

Elvis Costello

Elvis Costello

54

H.W. Crocker III

H.W. Crocker III

55

Susan Caskie

Susan Caskie

56

Alanis Morrissette

Alanis Morrissette

57

Robin Roberts

Robin Roberts

58

Willem Defoe

Willem Defoe

59

Simon Baker

Simon Baker

60

Mark Bowden

Mark Bowden

61

Diane Lane

Diane Lane

62

David Boreanaz

David Boreanaz

63

Moby

Moby

64

Liev Schreiber

Liev Schreiber

65

Rupert Everett

66

Allison Janney

Allison Janney

67

Matt Walsh Goes To Hawaii

Matt Walsh Goes To Hawaii

68

Colin Firth

Colin Firth

69

Ashleigh Banfield

Ashleigh Banfield

70

Adam Carolla & Jimmy Kimmel

Adam Carolla & Jimmy Kimmel

71

Christopher Whitcomb

Christopher Whitcomb

72

Charles Grodin

Charles Grodin

73

Val Kilmer

Val Kilmer

74

Michael Bloomberg

Michael Bloomberg

75

Joseph Cirincione

Joseph Cirincione

76

Freddie Prinze Jr.

Freddie Prinze Jr.

77

Christian Slater

Christian Slater

78

Cynthia McFadden

Cynthia McFadden

79

David Cross & Bob Odenkirk

David Cross & Bob Odenkirk

80

Colin Farrell

Colin Farrell

81

David Scheffer

David Scheffer

82

Paul Sorvino

Paul Sorvino

83

Clint Mathis

Clint Mathis

84

Adam Sandler

Adam Sandler

85

John King

John King

86

Busta Rhymes

Busta Rhymes

87

Steve Irwin

Steve Irwin

88

John Ritter

John Ritter

89

Michelle Williams

Michelle Williams

90

Ann Coulter

Ann Coulter

91

Natasha Henstridge

Natasha Henstridge

92

Regis Philbin

Regis Philbin

93

Tim Blake Nelson

Tim Blake Nelson

94

Steven Weber

Steven Weber

95

Seth Green

Seth Green

96

Cynthia Nixon

Cynthia Nixon

97

Robert Wagner

Robert Wagner

98

Martin Lawrence

Martin Lawrence

99

Mike Myers

Mike Myers

100

Charles Schumer

Charles Schumer

101

Antonio Banderas

Antonio Banderas

102

Vin Diesel

Vin Diesel

103

Paul Rudd

Paul Rudd

104

Michael C. Hall

Michael C. Hall

105

Scott Ritter

Scott Ritter

106

Kevin Nealon

Kevin Nealon

107

Rich Eisen

Rich Eisen

108

Denis Leary

Denis Leary

109

Jim Lehrer

Jim Lehrer

110

Robin Williams

Robin Williams

111

Matthew Perry

Matthew Perry

112

Lorraine Bracco

Lorraine Bracco

113

Zach Braff

Zach Braff

114

Sarah Vowell

Sarah Vowell

115

John Miller

John Miller

116

Jason Lee

Jason Lee

117

Damon Wayans

Damon Wayans

118

Djimon Hounsou

Djimon Hounsou

119

Kate Hudson

Kate Hudson

120

George Stephanopoulos

George Stephanopoulos

121

Goldie Hawn

Goldie Hawn

122

Bonnie Hunt

Bonnie Hunt

123

Patrick Dempsey

Patrick Dempsey

124

David Schwimmer

David Schwimmer

125

Rita Wilson

Rita Wilson

126

Jake Gyllenhaal

Jake Gyllenhaal

127

Jill Hennessy

Jill Hennessy

128

Peter Jennings

Peter Jennings

129

Oliver North

Oliver North

130

Road to Washington Special

Road to Washington Special

131

Judy Woodruff

Judy Woodruff

132

Richard Lewis

Richard Lewis

133

Greg Kinnear

Greg Kinnear

134

Sen. John Edwards

North Carolina Senator John Edwards (D).

135

Victoria Clark

Victoria Clark

136

Pat Buchanan

Pat Buchanan

137

Ted Koppel

Ted Koppel

138

Christina Aguilera

Christina Aguilera

139

Live Election Night Special

Live Election Night Special

140

Candy Crowley

Candy Crowley

141

Jakob Dylan

Jakob Dylan

142

Alexandria Pelosi

Alexandria Pelosi

143

Kiefer Sutherland

Kiefer Sutherland

144

Tom Arnold

Tom Arnold

145

Ja Rule

Ja Rule

146

Rep. Harold Ford

Rep. Harold Ford

147

Catherine Crier

Catherine Crier

148

Kevin James

Kevin James

149

Andy Richter

Andy Richter

150

Katrina Vanden Heuvel

The Nation editor Katrina Vanden Heuvel

151

Colin Quinn

Colin Quinn

152

Rob Schneider

Rob Schneider

153

Al Gore

Former Vice-President and Presidential Candidate (D) Al Gore.

154

Tom Brokaw

Tom Brokaw

155

Sandra Bullock

Sandra Bullock

156

Anna Paquin

Anna Paquin

157

Sen. Charles Schumer

Sen. Charles Schumer

158

Charles Barkley

Charles Barkley

159

Edward Norton

Edward Norton

160

John Cusack

John Cusack
Episode Description

1

Cameron Diaz

Cameron Diaz

2

Ray Liotta

Ray Liotta

3

Philip Seymour Hoffman

Philip Seymour Hoffman

4

Kathy Bates

Kathy Bates

5

Michael Moore

Michael Moore

6

Dave Chappelle

Dave Chappelle

7

Joseph Lieberman

Joseph Lieberman

8

Merv Griffin

Merv Griffin

9

Simon Cowell

Simon Cowell

10

John C. Reilly

John C. Reilly

11

Jimmy Kimmel

Jimmy Kimmel

12

Rosie Perez

Rosie Perez

13

Bill Moyers

Bill Moyers

14

Jeff Greenfield

Jeff Greenfield

15

Laurence Fishburne

Laurence Fishburne

16

Doug Wilson

Doug Wilson

17

Kate Hudson

Kate Hudson

18

Arianna Huffington

Arianna Huffington

19

David Frum

David Frum

20

Joe Klein

Joe Klein

21

Bebe Neuwirth

Bebe Neuwirth

22

Michael Clarke Duncan

Michael Clarke Duncan

23

Ben Affleck

Ben Affleck

24

Steve Kroft

Steve Kroft

25

Jeff Daniels

Jeff Daniels

26

Luke Wilson

Luke Wilson

27

Eric Idle

Eric Idle

28

Walter Isaacson

Walter Isaacson

29

Adrien Brody

Adrien Brody

30

David Cross

David Cross

31

Leslie Gelb

Leslie Gelb

32

Colin Quinn

Colin Quinn

33

Dick Gephardt

Dick Gephardt

34

Tom Cavanagh

Tom Cavanagh

35

Eric Alterman

Eric Alterman

36

Jason Lee

Jason Lee

37

John Hulsman

John Hulsman

38

Eddie Griffin

Eddie Griffin

39

Jim Kelly

Jim Kelly

40

Connie Nielsen

Connie Nielsen

41

Ringo Starr

Ringo Starr

42

Hilary Swank

Hilary Swank

43

Chris Rock

Chris Rock

44

Anthony Swofford

Anthony Swofford

45

Kelly Preston

Kelly Preston

46

Colin Farrell

Colin Farrell

47

Martha Burk

Martha Burk

48

Susan Sarandon

Susan Sarandon

49

Ambassador David Scheffer

Ambassador David Scheffer

50

Dennis Miller

Dennis Miller

51

Patrick Stewart

Patrick Stewart

52

Rachel Weisz

Rachel Weisz

53

Richard Lewis

Richard Lewis

54

Fareed Zakaria

Fareed Zakaria

55

Dr. Sanjay Gupta

Dr. Sanjay Gupta

56

Julia Louis-Dreyfus

Julia Louis-Dreyfus

57

John Malkovich

John Malkovich

58

Famke Janssen

Famke Janssen

59

Chris Matthews

Chris Matthews

60

Caroline Kennedy

Caroline Kennedy

61

Graham Norton

Graham Norton

62

Paul Rudd

Paul Rudd

63

Randy Jackson

Randy Jackson

64

Joshua Jackson

Joshua Jackson

65

Diane Ravitch

Diane Ravitch

66

Michael Kinsley

Michael Kinsley

67

Iraq - A Look Baq

Iraq - A Look Baq (or how we learned to stop reporting and love the war)

68

William Kristol

William Kristol

69

Lisa Ling

Lisa Ling

70

David Halberstam

David Halberstam

71

Bill Hemmer

Bill Hemmer

72

Eddie Izzard

Eddie Izzard

73

Madeleine Albright

Madeleine Albright

74

Tyrese Gibson

Tyrese Gibson

75

Guy Pearce

Guy Pearce

76

Newt Gingrich

Newt Gingrich

77

Sidney Blumenthal

Sidney Blumenthal

78

Ludacris

Ludacris

79

Harrison Ford

Harrison Ford

80

Lewis Lapham

Lewis Lapham

81

Kelly Clarkson

Kelly Clarkson

82

Ron Livingston

Ron Livingston

83

Tony Snow

Tony Snow

84

Erica Jong

Erica Jong

85

Carson Daly

Carson Daly

86

Angelina Jolie

Angelina Jolie

87

Gary Hart

Gary Hart

88

Rowan Atkinson

Rowan Atkinson

89

Martin Lawrence

Martin Lawrence

90

Gabrielle Union

Gabrielle Union

91

Scott Glenn

Scott Glenn

92

Dick Morris

Dick Morris

93

Joseph Wilson

Joseph Wilson

94

Paul Teutul, Jr. & Paul Teutul, Sr.

Paul Teutul, Jr. & Paul Teutul, Sr.

95

Brian Williams

Brian Williams

96

Alyson Hannigan

Alyson Hannigan

97

Soledad O'Brien

Soledad O'Brien

98

Denis Leary

Denis Leary

99

John Popper

John Popper

100

Robert Duvall

Robert Duvall

101

Tracey Ullman

Tracey Ullman

102

Samuel L. Jackson

Samuel L. Jackson

103

Kim Cattrall

Kim Cattrall

104

Paul Giamatti

Paul Giamatti

105

Again, A Look Back

Again, A Look Back - Stephen Colbert's Clip show from 2002, used to preempt due to the blackout

106

Jim Hightower

Jim Hightower

107

Cynthia Nixon

Cynthia Nixon

108

Will Shortz

Will Shortz

109

Rep. Dennis Kucinich

Rep. Dennis Kucinich

110

I'm A Correspondent, Please Don't Fire Me Special

I'm A Correspondent, Please Don't Fire Me Special - Rob Corddry and Ed Helms clip show

111

Al Franken

Al Franken

112

Kate Beckinsale

Kate Beckinsale

113

No Guest

No Guest on this episode.

114

John Edwards, Cuba Gooding Jr.

John Edwards, Cuba Gooding Jr. (Edwards' presidential candidacy announcement)

115

Madeleine Albright

Madeleine Albright

116

Charlie Sheen

Charlie Sheen

117

Christina Ricci

Christina Ricci

118

Michael Caine

Michael Caine

119

Ben Stiller

Ben Stiller

120

Jonah Goldberg

Jonah Goldberg

121

Jack Black

Jack Black

122

Joe Scarborough

Joe Scarborough

123

Vivica A. Fox

Vivica A. Fox

124

Rob Lowe

Rob Lowe

125

Michael Moore

Michael Moore

126

Live coverage of the California Recall

Live coverage of the California Recall

127

Sen. Hillary Clinton

Sen. Hillary Clinton

128

Tim Robbins

Tim Robbins & Howard Dean

129

Dr. Henry Kissinger

Dr. Henry Kissinger

130

Angelina Jolie

Angelina Jolie

131

Walter Isaacson

Walter Isaacson

132

Anthony Hopkins

Anthony Hopkins

133

Ted Danson

Ted Danson

134

Wanda Sykes

Wanda Sykes

135

Norm Macdonald

Norm Macdonald

136

Neal Pollack

Neal Pollack

137

Kyle MacLachlan

Kyle MacLachlan

138

Michael Beschloss

Michael Beschloss

139

Bob Newhart

Bob Newhart

140

Colin Firth

Colin Firth

141

Will Ferrell

Will Ferrell

142

Peter Dinklage

Peter Dinklage

143

Wyclef Jean

Wyclef Jean

144

Brendan Fraser

Brendan Fraser

145

Heidi Klum

Heidi Klum

146

Bernard Goldberg

Bernard Goldberg

147

James Spader

James Spader

148

Billy Bob Thornton

Billy Bob Thornton

149

Who Are the Daily Show? Special

Who Are the Daily Show? Special

150

Adam Goldberg

Adam Goldberg

151

Sen. Tom Daschle

Sen. Tom Daschle

152

Sean Hannity & Alan Colmes

Sean Hannity & Alan Colmes

153

Alec Baldwin

Alec Baldwin

154

Eva Mendes

Eva Mendes

155

Steve Buscemi

Steve Buscemi

156

Sen. Zell Miller

Sen. Zell Miller

157

Gen. Wesley Clark

Gen. Wesley Clark

158

Maggie Gyllenhaal

Maggie Gyllenhaal

159

Ben Affleck

Ben Affleck

160

Julia Stiles

Julia Stiles

161

Natalie Portman

Natalie Portman
Episode Description

1

Tom Brokaw

Tom Brokaw

2

Elijah Wood

Elijah Wood

3

Charlize Theron

Charlize Theron

4

Richard Lewis

Richard Lewis

5

Catherine Weitz

Catherine Weitz

6

Carol Moseley-Braun

Carol Moseley-Braun

7

Sen. Joe Biden

Sen. Joe Biden

8

Philip Seymour Hoffman

Philip Seymour Hoffman

9

Jeff Garlin

Jeff Garlin

10

John McCain

John McCain

11

Erika Christensen

Erika Christensen

12

Ken Auletta

Ken Auletta

13

Richard Perle

Richard Perle

14

Christine Todd Whitman

Christine Todd Whitman

15

Kelsey Grammer

Kelsey Grammer

16

Randy Jackson

Judge on "American Idol", Randy Jackson!

17

Donald Trump

Guest Donald Trump from "The Apprentice".

18

Senator Bob Dole

Former Kansas US Senator, Bob Dole.

19

Noah Wyle

Actor Noah Wyle from "ER".

20

Charles Lewis

Founder of the Center for Public Integrity: Investigative Journalism in the Public Interest, Charles Lewis, guest stars.

21

Dave Chappelle

Comedian and actor, the host of "Chappelle's Show", Dave Chappelle.

22

Paul Rudd

Actor Paul Rudd.

23

Drew Barrymore

Actress Drew Barrymore.

24

Tyra Banks

Tyra Banks

25

John Podhoretz

John Podhoretz

26

Norah Jones

Norah Jones

27

Samuel L. Jackson

Samuel L. Jackson

28

Edie Falco

Edie Falco

29

Mark Ebner

Mark Ebner

30

Rudolph Giuliani

Rudolph Giuliani

31

Willem Dafoe

Willem Dafoe

32

Val Kilmer

Val Kilmer

33

Ed Gillespie

Ed Gillespie

34

George Carlin

George Carlin

35

Paula Zahn

Paula Zahn

36

Sen. Charles Schumer

Sen. Charles Schumer

37

John Stossel

John Stossel

38

Mekhi Phifer

Mekhi Phifer

39

Ethan Hawke

Ethan Hawke

40

Wynton Marsalis

Wynton Marsalis

41

Tom Hanks

Tom Hanks

42

Jamie Foxx

Jamie Foxx

43

Al Franken

Al Franken

44

Jennifer Beals

Jennifer Beals

45

Richard Clarke

Richard Clarke

46

Karen Hughes

Karen Hughes

47

Johnny Knoxville

Johnny Knoxville

48

Jerry Seinfeld

Jerry Seinfeld

49

Matthew Perry

Matthew Perry

50

Tim Robbins

Tim Robbins

51

Jason Bateman

Jason Bateman

52

Melissa Etheridge

Melissa Etheridge

53

Mark Ruffalo

Mark Ruffalo

54

John Gibson

John Gibson

55

Arianna Huffington

Arianna Huffington

56

Bob Kerrey

Bob Kerrey

57

Rebecca Romijn-Stamos

Rebecca Romijn-Stamos

58

Fareed Zakaria

Fareed Zakaria

59

Bob Woodward

Bob Woodward

60

Janeane Garofalo

Janeane Garofalo

61

Amb. Joe Wilson

Amb. Joe Wilson

62

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

63

Andy Richter

Andy Richter

64

Sen. John McCain

Sen. John McCain

65

Tim Russert

Tim Russert

66

Ken Mehlman

Ken Mehlman

67

Bill Kristol

Bill Kristol

68

David Cross

David Cross

69

Thomas Friedman

Thomas Friedman

70

Mario Cuomo

Mario Cuomo

71

Donna Brazile

Donna Brazile

72

David Brooks

David Brooks

73

Morgan Spurlock

Morgan Spurlock

74

Jennifer Love Hewitt

Jennifer Love Hewitt

75

Stanley Tucci

Stanley Tucci

76

Hassan Ibrahim

Hassan Ibrahim

77

Robert Reich

Robert Reich

78

Graham Norton

Graham Norton

79

Stephen F. Hayes

Stephen F. Hayes

80

Ashley Judd

Ashley Judd

81

Kevin Kline

Kevin Kline

82

Michael Moore

Michael Moore

83

Terry McAuliffe

Terry McAuliffe

84

Edward Conlon

Edward Conlon

85

Calvin Trillin

Calvin Trillin

86

Ralph Nader

Ralph Nader

87

Will Ferrell

Will Ferrell

88

Christina Applegate

Christina Applegate

89

Wolf Blitzer

Wolf Blitzer

90

Michael Isikoff

Michael Isikoff

91

Sarah Vowell

Sarah Vowell

92

Sacha Baron Cohen

Sacha Baron Cohen

93

Gov. Bill Richardson

Daily Show coverage of Day 1 of the Democratic National Convention. Highlights include: Speeches by Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton Rob Corddry sobbing like a little girl Interview with New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson

94

Sen. Joe Biden

Daily Show coverage of Day 2 of the Democratic National Convention. Highlights include: Speeches by Barack Obama, Ted Kennedy, and Howard Dean Stephen Colbert uses to word "turd" 8 times Interview with Senator Joe Biden

95

Coverage of the Democratic National Convention

Daily Show coverage of Day 3 of the Democratic National Convention. Highlights include: Speeches by Dennis Kucinich, Al Sharpton, and John Edwards A film about John Kerry A film about Tungsten

96

Coverage of the Democratic National Convention

Daily Show coverage of Day 4 of the Democratic National Convention. Highlights include: Stephen Colbert covers John Kerry's acceptance speech Rob Corddry sobbing like a little girl, again Lewis Black is his segment called "Back in Black"

97

Henry Bonilla

Henry Bonilla

98

Spike Lee

Spike Lee

99

Aaron Eckhart

Aaron Eckhart

100

Natalie Portman

Natalie Portman

101

President Bill Clinton

President Bill Clinton

102

Maureen Dowd

Maureen Dowd

103

Tom Cruise

Tom Cruise

104

Bryan Keefer

Bryan Keefer

105

Norm Coleman

Norm Coleman

106

Burt Reynolds

Burt Reynolds

107

Seth Green

Seth Green

108

Robert Smith

Robert Smith

109

John Kerry

John Kerry

110

Ed Gillespie

Ed Gillespie

111

Indecision 2004: Midway to the Election Spectacular

Indecision 2004: Midway to the Election Spectacular

112

Ted Koppel

Daily Show coverage of Day 1 of the Republican National Convention. Highlights include: Speeches by John McCain and Rudy Giuliani Stephen Colbert rubs elbows with Republicans and is branded a pervert Interview with Ted Koppel

113

Dan Bartlett

Daily Show coverage of Day 2 of the Republican National Convention. Highlights include: Speeches by Arnold Schwarzeneggar and Laura Bush George W. Bush biopic "Words Speak Louder Than Actions" Interview with Dan Bartlett

114

John McCain

Daily Show coverage of Day 3 of the Republican National Convention. Highlights include: Zell Miller explodes Footage of Dick and Lynne Cheney (Edited for younger viewers) Interview with Senator John McCain

115

Chris Matthews

Daily Show coverage of Day 4 of the Republican National Convention. Highlights include: George W. Bush's acceptance speech Rob Corddry uncovers what protesters wanted and when they wanted it Interview with Chris Matthews

116

Drew Barrymore

Drew Barrymore

117

Pat Buchanan

Pat Buchanan

118

Alec Baldwin

Alec Baldwin

119

Gwyneth Paltrow

Gwyneth Paltrow

120

Richard Clarke

Richard Clarke

121

Marc Racicot

Bush-Cheney campaign chairman Marc Racicot

122

Matthew Broderick

Matthew Broderick

123

Rosie Perez

Rosie Perez

124

Ralph Reed

Ralph Reed

125

Seymour Hersh

Seymour Hersh

126

The Bush-Kerry Debate: The Squabble in Coral Gables

Live debate update.

127

Bishop Desmond Tutu

Bishop Desmond Tutu

128

Billy Bob Thornton

Billy Bob Thornton

129

Bob Schieffer

Bob Schieffer

130

Bill O'Reilly

Bill O'Reilly

131

Ed Koch

Ed Koch

132

Marisa Tomei

Messopotamia Iraqi tourism board Soldiers who refused to go on "suicide mission" Bush saying that we will "not have an all volunteer army" and then being corrected by someone in the crowd. Marisa Tomei

133

Fareed Zakaria

Fareed Zakaria

134

Billy Crudup

Billy Crudup

135

Madeleine Albright

Madeleine Albright

136

Bob Kerrey

Bob Kerrey

137

Rev. Jesse Jackson

Rev. Jesse Jackson. Plus, Lewis' "Back In Black"!

138

John Zogby

John Zogby

139

Chris Wallace

Chris Wallace

140

Indecision 2004: Prelude to a Recount

Prelude to a Recount: one-hour live election special airs at 10 PM with guest William Weld.

141

Charles Schumer

Charles Schumer

142

Bill Kristol

Bill Kristol

143

Richard Branson

Reports: Mess O' Potamia, Back in Black Guest: Billionaire Richard Branson

144

Tom Wolfe

Segments: -Coverage of John Ashcroft's resignation -Ed Helms reports on a "retarded" voter on Florida. Guest: Author Tom Wolfe Tom Wolfe talks about his newest novel.

145

Kenneth Pollack

Segments -Coverage of Yasser Arafat's death -Rob Corddry reports on a luxery resort that offers an anti - terrorism training course. Guest: Kenneth Pollack Jon talks to Kenneth Pollack, author of "The Persian Puzzle," about Iran.

146

Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison

Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison

147

Tom Brokaw

Segments: -Coverage of Cabinet Resignations -Rob Corddry reports on three publishers fighting over the right to publish South Jersey magazine Guest: News Anchor Tom Brokaw

148

Thomas Frank

Jon speaks with Thomas Frank, author of "What's the Matter with Kansas?"

149

Woody Harrelson

Segments: -Coverage of Clinton Presidential Library Opening -Ed Helms reports on marijuana users tricked into registering into the Republican party. Guest: Actor Woody Harrelson

150

Jude Law

Jude Law

151

Brian Williams

Brian Williams

152

Christopher Hitchens

Christopher Hitchens

153

Stephen King

Stephen King

154

Isabella Rossellini

Isabella Rossellini

155

Paul O'Neill

Paul O'Neill. Plus, Lewis' "Back In Black"!

156

Seth Mnookin

Seth Mnookin

157

Kate Bosworth

An interview with Kate Bosworth.

158

Kevin Spacey

Kevin Spacey

159

Dore Gold

Dore Gold

160

Billy Connolly

Billy Connolly. Plus, Lewis' "Back In Black"!

161

Katie Couric

Star of "The Today Show", Katie Couric.
Episode Description

1

Paul Giamatti

Star of "Sideways", Paul Giamatti! Paul Giamatti talks about what it's like to appear in an intelligent, well-acted film.

2

Don Cheadle

Actor Don Cheadle talks about his role in the film "Hotel Rwanda".

3

Howard Zinn

Author Howard Zinn!

4

John Grisham

Author John Grisham!

5

Samuel L. Jackson

Actor Samuel L. Jackson talks about his new film and the many other films he's made this year.

6

Dennis Quaid

Actor Dennis Quaid! Plus, Lewis' "Back In Black"!

7

Annette Bening

Actress Annette Benning!

8

Brian Ross

ABC Reporter, Brian Ross!

9

Jim Wallis

Author of "God's Politics: Why the Right Gets It Wrong and the Left Doesn't Get It", Jim Wallis!

10

Michael Beschloss

Author Michael Beschloss!

11

Joe Lieberman

Senator Joe Lieberman! Democratic Senator Joe Lieberman talks about his secret to getting along with the Republican party.

12

Richard Viguerie

Author of "America's Right Turn: How Conservatives Used New and Alternative Media to Take Power", Richard Viguerie!

13

Seymour Hersh

Author of "Chain of Command: The Road from 9/11 to Abu Ghraib", Seymour Hersh!

14

John Leguizamo

Actor John Leguizamo! John Leguizamo talks about Sundance, skiing, and being named a sexy hombre.

15

Christine Todd Whitman

Former head of the EPA, Christine Todd Whitman! Christine Todd Whitman talks about her new book "It's My Party Too."

16

Fareed Zakaria

Author of "The Future of Freedom", Fareed Zakaria!

17

Paula Abdul

Judge on "American Idol", Paula Abdul!

18

Anderson Cooper

Host of "Anderson Cooper 360", Anderson Cooper!

19

Joe Klein

Author, Joe Klein!

20

Redmond O'Hanlon

Author Redmond O'Hanlon!

21

Eric Idle

Member of "Monty Python", Eric Idle!

22

Alan Cumming

Actor Alan Cumming! Alan Cumming talks to Jon about the myriad double entendres that can be derived from his name. Plus, Lewis' "Back In Black"!

23

Mark Mills

24

Rachel Weisz

Star of "Constantine", Rachel Weisz!

25

Peter Jennings

Host of "Peter Jennings Reporting: UFOs - Seeing Is Believing", Peter Jennings!

26

Christina Ricci

Star of "Cursed", Christina Ricci! Plus, Lewis' "Back In Black"!

27

Ben Nelson

Senator Ben Nelson! Nebraska Senator Ben Nelson talks to Jon about the joys of being nicknamed by George W.

28

Nancy Soderberg

Author of "The Superpower Myth: The Use and Misuse of American Might", Nancy Soderberg!

29

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson

Star of "Be Cool", The Rock! The Rock discusses transitioning from the art of beating people up to film.

30

Ari Fleischer

Former White House press secretary Ari Fleischer discusses whether the press corps is obsolete.

31

Melissa Boyle Mahle

Author of "Denial and Deception: An Insider's View of the CIA from Iran-Contra to 9/11", Melissa Boyle Mahle!

32

Brian Williams

Jon helps NBC News Anchor Brian Williams tell the difference between the Daily Show and his news.

33

Bruce Willis

Actor Bruce Willis talks about his new movie, "Hostage".

34

Paul Krugman

Economist Paul Krugman talks about his new book and the potential collapse of the New Deal.

35

Harry Frankfurt

Princeton philosophy professor Harry Frankfurt talks about his book "On Bullshit".

36

Tom Fenton

Author Tom Fenton explains why the news business is at an all-time low.

37

Rev. Al Green

Guest star is the Reverend Al Green. The Reverend Al sings to Jon and analyzes the power of his own voice.

38

Craig Ferguson

Craid Ferguson, the host of the Late Late Show, guest stars. Craig Ferguson tends to classify himself only with puppets.

39

Sandra Bullock

Actress Sandra Bullock guest stars. Sandra Bullock discusses the sexy power of shooting an automatic weapon.

40

Catherine Keener

Star of "The Interpreter," Catherine Keener. Plus, Lewis "Back In" Black.

41

Ozzy Osbourne

Steve Carell, who has been off the show for more than a year, working on other shows, made a cameo in a bit on the show.

42

The RZA

Member of "Wu-Tang", The RZA!

43

Reggie Miller

Steve Carell made a cameo in a bit on the show, as Produce Pete. This is Steve's second appearance in the past few days, after being away for more than a year.

44

Thomas Friedman

New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman talks about his new book, "The World is Flat."

45

Matthew McConaughey

Star of "Sahara", Matthew McConaughey.

46

Drew Barrymore

Actress Drew Barrymore guest stars. Drew Barrymore talks about bum rushing the Red Sox.

47

Byron York

Author of "The Vast Left Wing Conspiracy", Byron York! Plus, Colbert reports on "Tattoo Discrimination."

48

Senator Bob Dole

Author of "One Soldier's Story: A Memoir," Senator Bob Dole! Plus, Lewis "Back In" Black.

49

John P. Avlon

Author of "Independent Nation," John P. Avlon! Plus, Ed Helms reports on "Promoting the US."

50

David Duchovny

Star of "Trust the Man," David Duchovny! Plus, Samantha Bee reports on "Casting a Town Hall Meeting."

51

Robert Reich

Robert Reich discusses his book, "Reason: Why Liberals Will Win the Battle for America." Plus, Stephen Colbert in "This Week in God".

52

Sarah Vowell

Author of "Assassination Vacation," Sarah Vowell!

53

Dennis Miller

Host of CNBC's "Dennis Miller," Dennis Miller! Plus, Rob Corddry reports on "Dormaid."

54

Reza Aslan

Author of "No god but God," Reza Aslan! Plus, "International Pamphlet."

55

Floyd Abrams

Author of "Speaking Freely", Floyd Abrams! Plus, Ed Helms reports on "Tax Shelter."

56

Ice Cube

Star of "XXX: State of the Union," Ice Cube! Plus, Samantha Bee reports on "Weyco, Inc."

57

Christina Hoff Sommers

Author of "One Nation Under Therapy," Christina Hoff Somers! Plus, "International Pamphlet."

58

Steven Levitt

Author of "Freakonomics," Steve Levitt!

59

Zell Miller

Author of "A Deficit Of Decency," and US Senator from Georgia, Zell Miller.

60

Christiane Amanpour

CNN International Correspondent, Christiane Amanpour! Plus, Stephen Colbert reports on the "Rick James Sign."

61

Martin Short

Star of "Jiminy Glick in Lalawood," Martin Short! Plus, Jon investigates the use of web logs on television in "Blogisphere."

62

Tom Ridge

Former Secretary of Homeland Security, Tom Ridge! Plus, Bob Wiltfong reports on "Sexy Cheerleading Band."

63

Kathleen Turner

Star of "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?," Kathleen Turner!

64

Wanda Sykes

Star of "Monster-in-Law," Wanda Sykes! Samantha Bee reports on "Heavy Betting." Plus, Jon investigates the use of web logs on television in "Blogisphere."

65

Al Roker

Star of "The Today Show", Al Roker. Plus, Lewis Black drops by with another segment of "Back In Black."

66

Tracey Ullman

Comedian and actress Tracey Ullman.

67

Gerald Posner

Author of "Secrets of the Kingdom," Gerald Posner! Plus, Rob Corddry reports on "The Price of a Gallon of Gas."

68

Bo Bice

Runner-up of "American Idol," Bo Bice! Plus, the latest headlines!

69

Russell Crowe

Star of "Cinderella Man," Russell Crowe! Plus, Ed Helms reports on the "Man Saves Chicken Tale of Survival."

70

Newt Gingrich

Author of "Never Call Retreat," Newt Gingrich! Plus, Stephen Colbert with "This Week in God".

71

Steven Johnson

Author of "Everything Bad Is Good for You," Steven Johnson! Plus, Ed Helms reports on the "Guns for Tots Revisited."

72

Colin Powell

Former Secretary of State, Colin Powell! Plus, the latest headlines!

73

Matt Lauer

Co-Anchor of "The Today Show," Matt Lauer! Plus, Samantha Bee reports on "Wal-Mart Union."

74

Larry Diamond

Author of "Squandered Victory : The American Occupation and the Bungled Effort to Bring Democracy to Iraq", Larry Diamond! Plus the latest headlines!

75

Will Ferrell

Star of "Bewitched," Will Ferrell!

76

Flynt Leverett

Author of "Inheriting Syria," Flynt Leverett! Plus, Ed Helms reports on the "Speedo Ban."

77

Kenneth Timmerman

Author of "Countdown to Crisis," Kenneth Timmerman!

78

Ringo Starr

Musician, Ringo Starr! Plus, Rob Corddry reports on "Visiting America."

79

Dwight Yoakam

Musician, Dwight Yoakam! Dwight was on promoting his new CD, "Blame The Vain". Plus, Lewis' "Back In Black" and the latest headlines!

80

Bill Moyers

Journalist, Bill Moyers! Plus, Samantha Bee reports on "Bullying."

81

Howard Dean

Chairman of the Democratic National Committee, Howard Dean! Plus, Stephen Colbert reports on "Republican Party Chairmen."

82

Hanna Rosin

Hanna Rosin! Plus, Jon discusses the President's current agenda.

83

Morgan Spurlock

Executive Producer of "30 Days," Morgan Spurlock! Plus, Lewis' "Back In Black."

84

Marci Hamilton

Author of "God vs. the Gavel," Marci Hamilton! Plus, Ed Helms reports on "The Fountain of Youth."

85

Matt Taibbi

Author of "Spanking the Donkey," Matt Taibbi! Plus, "Wide World Quasi Sports."

86

Bernard Goldberg

Author of "100 People Who Are Screwing Up America," Bernard Goldberg! Plus Stephen Colbert reports on Network Storm Tracker Coverage.

87

Michael Isikoff

Newsweek editor, Michael Isikoff! Plus, Rob Corddry reports on "Harry Potter Book Security."

88

Bob Woodward & Carl Bernstein

Washington Post editors, Bob Woodward & Carl Bernstein!

89

Billy Bob Thornton

Star of "Bad News Bears," Billy Bob Thornton! Plus Lewis "Back In" Black.

90

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.

Co-Host of "Ring of Fire," Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.! Plus, Rob Corddry and Ed Helms report on the President's Supreme Court nominee.

91

Fareed Zakaria

Editor of Newsweek International, Fareed Zakaria! Plus, Samantha Bee reports on "Schwarzenegger Pothole."

92

Rick Santorum

Senator Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania! Plus, Rob Corddry reports on Lance Armstrong's recent win of the Tour de France.

93

Diane Lane

Star of "Must Love Dogs," Diane Lane! Samantha Bee reports on "Gay Nascar. Plus, Lewis Black is back for another "Back In Black" segment.

94

Bob Costas

Host of "On the Record," Bob Costas! Plus, Jon Stewart reports on the news that Eliot Spitzer, New York State Attorney General, has brought a suit against the music industry regarding Payola - the illegal practice of record companies paying radio stations and disc jockeys to play particular songs.

95

Maggie Gyllenhaal

Star of "Happy Endings," Maggie Gyllenhaal! Plus, Stephen Colbert with "This Week in God".

96

Joe Biden

Senator Joe Biden, D-Delaware!

97

John Crawford

Author of "The Last True Story I'll Ever Tell," John Crawford! Plus, the latest headlines.

98

Miles O'Brien

Anchor of CNN's "American Morning," Miles O'Brien! Plus, Stephen Colbert reports on "Cooter."

99

Paul Rudd

Star of "The 40-Year-Old Virgin," Paul Rudd! Plus, the first installment of "Indecision 2008."

100

Kate Hudson

Star of "The Skeleton Key", Kate Hudson. Plus, Rob Corddry reports on Ethanol.

101

John Hockenberry

Journalist, John Hockenberry! Plus, the latest headlines!

102

André Benjamin

Star of "Four Brothers," Andre Benjamin! Plus, Stephen Colbert reports on "This Week in God".

103

Steve Carell

Star of "The 40-Year-Old Virgin," Steve Carell! Plus, the latest headlines.

104

Seymour Hersh

Investigative journalist, Seymour Hersh! Plus, Ed Helms visits the Bassmaster Classic Tournament in Pittsburgh to meet the sport's most controversial figure in "Punk Bass Fisherman."

105

John Irving

Author of "Until I Find You," John Irving! Plus, Ed Helms reports on "So You Want to be a Supreme Court Judge?"

106

John Richardson

Author of "My Father The Spy," John H. Richardson! Plus, Lewis "Back In" Black!

107

Chris Wallace

Host of "FOX News Sunday," Chris Wallace! Plus, the latest headlines!

108

Rachel Weisz

Star of "The Constant Gardener," Rachel Weisz! Plus, Stephen Colbert reports on "This Week in God."

109

Trent Lott

Senator Trent Lott of Mississippi talks about his new book: "Herding Cats, A Life in Politics". Plus, Samantha Bee investigates "Ousted Councilmen."

110

Christopher Hitchens

Author of "Thomas Jefferson : Author of America," Christopher Hitchens! Plus, the latest headlines!

111

Marc Siegel

Author of "False Alarm," Dr. Marc Siegel! Plus, the latest headlines!

112

Samuel L. Jackson

Star of "The Man," Samuel L. Jackson! Plus, the latest headlines!

113

Brian Williams

Host/Anchor of "NBC Nightly News", Brian Williams!

114

Evolution Schmevolution: A Daily Show Special Report - Day 1

Author of "The Republican War on Science"," Chris Mooney! Plus, Ed Helms takes us on an "Evolution Heritage Tour" in Dayton, TN. This is Day 1 of "Evolution Schmevolution: A Daily Show Special Report".

115

Evolution Schmevolution: A Daily Show Special Report - Day 2

Author of "A Man without a Country ", Kurt Vonnegut! Plus, Ed Helms takes us on an "Evolution Heritage Tour" at the Bronx Zoo. This is Day 2 of "Evolution Schmevolution: A Daily Show Special Report".

116

Evolution Schmevolution: A Daily Show Special Report - Day 3

Guest Panel! Plus, Ed Helms takes us on an "Evolution Heritage Tour" at a Creationist gift shop. This is Day 3 of "Evolution Schmevolution: A Daily Show Special Report".

117

Evolution Schmevolution: A Daily Show Special Report - Day 4

Star of "Proof", actress, Gwyneth Paltrow! This is Day 4 of Evolution Schmevolution: A Daily Show Special Report.

118

Alan Alda

Author of "Never Have Your Dog Stuffed," Alan Alda! Plus, new correspondent Dan Bakkedahl reports on "Bumvertising."

119

Ricky Gervais

Star of "The Office", Ricky Gervais! Plus, Jon takes a relatively closer look at the history of the White House press secretary.

120

George Clooney

Star of "Good Night, and Good Luck", George Clooney! Plus the latest headlines.

121

Irwin Redlener

Director, at the National Center for Disaster Preparedness, Dr. Irwin Redlener. Plus, Stephen Colbert in "This Week in God".

122

Viggo Mortensen

Star of "A History of Violence", Viggo Mortensen!

123

Jeff Garlin

Star of "Curb Your Enthusiasm", Jeff Garlin!

124

Chuck Schumer

Senator of New York, Senator Charles Schumer!

125

David Rakoff

Author of "Don't Get Too Comfortable", David Rakoff! Plus, Lewis Black with "Back in Black!"

126

Cameron Diaz

Star of "In Her Shoes", Cameron Diaz! Plus, Nate Corddry reports on the "U.S.S. Iowa."

127

John Edwards

Former Democratic Senator, John Edwards!

128

Philip Seymour Hoffman

Star of "Capote," Philip Seymour Hoffman! Plus, Rob Corddry reports on "Girls Gone Wild for Kartrina Relief Aid."

129

Dolly Parton

Country singer, Dolly Parton!

130

Bill O'Reilly

Host of "The O'Reilly Factor", Bill O'Reilly! Plus, Lewis Black with "Back in Black."

131

Louis Freeh

Author of "My FBI", Louis Freeh! Plus, Rob Corddry with "This Week in God".

132

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson

Star of Doom, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson!

133

Bill Kristol

Managing editor of "The Weekly Standard", Bill Kristol! Plus, Lewis Black with "Back in Black".

134

Al Franken

Author of "The Truth (with jokes)", Al Franken!

135

Doris Kearns Goodwin

Author of "Team of Rivals", Doris Kearns Goodwin!

136

Janis Karpinski

Author of "One Woman's Army", Janis Karpinski!

137

D.L. Hughley

Host of "Weekends at the D.L.", D.L. Hughley!

138

Barbara Boxer

California Senator, Barbara Boxer!

139

Mike Wallace

Author of Between You and Me: A Memoir, Mike Wallace! Plus, Rob Corddry reports on "The Price of a Gallon of Gas."

140

Robert Ray

The former independent counsel who investigated the Monica Lewinsky case and Whitewater during the Clinton years, Robert Ray!

141

Barack Obama

Democratic Senator from Illinois, Barak Obama!

142

John McCain

Republican Senator from Arizona, John McCain!

143

Keira Knightley

Star of "Pride & Prejudice," Keira Knightley! Plus Rob Corddry on "You Paid For It ... With Your Money," and Lewis Black with "Back in Black."

144

Chris Elliott

Author of "The Shroud of the Thwacker", Chris Elliott! Plus "This Week in God" with Rob Corddry!

145

Martha Stewart

Star of "Martha" and "The Apprentice: Martha Stewart", Martha Stewart!

146

Rosario Dawson

Star of "Rent", Rosario Dawson! Plus, Lewis Black with "Back in Black."

147

John Hodgman

Author of "The Areas of My Expertise", John Hodgman!

148

Richard Clarke

Author of "The Scorpion's Gate", Richard Clarke!

149

Adrien Brody

Star of "King Kong", Adrien Brody!

150

Peggy Noonan

Author of "John Paul the Great: Remembering a Spiritual Father", Peggy Noonan!

151

Nancy Pelosi

California Congresswoman, Nancy Pelosi!

152

The White Stripes

The White Stripes perform!

153

Jimmy Carter

Author of "Our Endangered Values: America's Moral Crisis", former President Jimmy Carter!

154

Michelle Yeoh

Star of "Memoirs of a Geisha", Michelle Yeoh!

155

David McCullough

Author and historian, David McCullough!

156

Ken Auletta

Editor of "The New Yorker", Ken Auletta!

157

Howard Stern

Radio talk show host, Howard Stern!

158

Tom Brokaw

Former anchor of "NBC Nightly News", Tom Brokaw!

159

Sarah Jessica Parker

Star of "The Family Stone", Sarah Jessica Parker!
Episode Description

1

George Packer

Author of "The Assassins' Gate : America in Iraq", George Packer!

2

Pierce Brosnan

Actor, Pierce Brosnan! Also, Jason Jones with "Spear Pressure."

3

James Risen

NY Times reporter and author of "State of War", James Risen!

4

Albert Brooks

Star of "Finding Comedy in the Muslim World", actor and filmmaker, Albert Brooks!

5

Peter Bergen

CNN's terrorism analyst, Peter Bergen!

6

Edward Lazarus

Author of "Closed Chambers: The Rise, Fall, and Future of the Modern Supreme Court", Edward Lazarus!

7

Eugene Jarecki

Documentary film maker, Eugene Jarecki! Also, Rob Corddry with "This Week in God."

8

L. Paul Bremer

Author of "My Year in Iraq: The Struggle to Build a Future of Hope" and former Head of Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq, L. Paul Bremer!

9

James Woolsey

Former CIA Director, James Woolsey!

10

Josh Lucas

Actor and star of "Glory Road", Josh Lucas! Also, Nate Corddry with an American Resolution.

11

Fred Barnes

Author of "Rebel-in-Chief: How George W. Bush Is Redefining the Conservative Movement and Transforming America", Fred Barnes!

12

Reza Aslan

Author of "No god but God: The Origins, Evolution, and Future of Islam", Reza Aslan!

13

Anthony Hopkins

Actor and star of "The World's Fastest Indian", Anthony Hopkins! Plus "New Year's Resolution" with Ed Helms!

14

Bernard-Henri Levy

Author of "American Vertigo: Traveling America in the Footsteps of Tocqueville", Bernard-Henri Levy!

15

Randy Jackson

Judge on "American Idol", Randy Jackson!

16

Charles Barkley

Retired NBA Star, Charles Barkley!

17

Michael Beschloss

State of the Union Address: President Bush makes a plea to pass legislation to prohibit human-animal hybrids. Jason Jones talks about America's addiction to oil, switch grass, and a special engine that bears a striking resemblance to a bong. Every year the Democratic Party chooses a rising star to give the Democratic response to the State of the Union Address. Author and Presidential historian Michael Beschloss explains to Jon why the State of the Union Address, and the rebuttal, seem like a group of people putting on a children's theatre show and also discuss presidential speech patterns and the importance of applause during the Address. Stephen Colbert notes that the State of the Union Address was full of the same old cheap rhetorical tricks. Moment of Zen: A montage of reactions to the State of the Union Address.

18

Robert O'Harrow, Jr.

Author of "No Place to Hide: Behind the Scenes of Our Emerging Surveillance Society", Robert O'Harrow, Jr.! Plus, "New Year's Resolution" with Dan Bakkedahl!

19

Torie Clarke

Former Assistant Defense Secretary for Public Affairs, Torie Clarke! Plus, Rob Corddry with "This Week In God!"

20

Harrison Ford

Actor and star of "Firewall", Harrison Ford! Also, the first installment of "Klassic Kolbert."

21

Will Arnett

Actor and star of "Arrested Development", Will Arnett!

22

Mike Mullane

Astronaut, Mike Mullane!

23

Peter Tertzakian

Author of "A Thousand Barrels a Second: The Coming Oil Break Point and the Challenges Facing an Energy Dependent World", Peter Tertzakian!

24

Julianne Moore

Actress and star of "Freedomland", Julianne Moore! Plus, "Trendspotting" with Demetri Martin.

25

Ed Harris

Actor and star of "Winter Passing", Ed Harris! Plus, Lewis Black with "Back in Black."

26

Sarah Vowell

Author of "Assassination Vacation", Sarah Vowell! Also, Nate and Rob Corddry with "Brother vs. Brother."

27

Matthew Fox

Actor and star of "Lost", Matthew Fox!

28

Roger Ebert

Movie critic, Roger Ebert! Also, Lewis Black with "Back in Black."

29

Eugene Linden

The author of "The Winds of Change: Climate, Weather, and the Destruction of Civilizations", Eugene Linden!

30

Neil Young

Musician and composer, Neil Young!

31

Bruce Bartlett

The author of "Impostor: How George W. Bush Bankrupted America and Betrayed the Reagan Legacy", Bruce Bartlett!

32

Eric Burns

The author of "Infamous Scribblers: The Founding Fathers and the Rowdy Beginnings of American Journalism", Eric Burns!

33

Bart Ehrman

The author of "Misquoting Jesus: The Story Behind Who Changed the Bible and Why", Bart Ehrman! Plus "This Week in God" with Rob Corddry.

34

Natalie Portman

Actress and star of "V for Vendetta", Natalie Portman!

35

Vin Diesel

Actor and star of "Find Me Guilty", Vin Diesel!

36

Clive Owen

Actor and star of "Inside Man", Clive Owen!

37

Georges Sada

Author of "Saddam's Secrets: How an Iraqi General Defied And Survived Saddam Hussein", General Georges Sada! Also, "Trendspotting" with Demetri Martin!

38

Russ Feingold

Wisconsin Senator, Russ Feingold!

39

Michael Mandelbaum

Author of "The Case For Goliath: How America Acts As The World's Government in the Twenty-first Century", Michael Mandelbaum

40

Michael Gordon

Author of "Cobra II : The Inside Story of the Invasion and Occupation of Iraq", Michael Gordon!

41

Fareed Zakaria

"Newsweek International" editor, Fareed Zakaria!

42

Queen Latifah

Actress and star of "Ice Age: The Meltdown", Queen Latifah!

43

Sharon Stone

Actress and star of "Basic Instinct 2", Sharon Stone!

44

Ricky Gervais

Actor and podcast host of "The Ricky Gervais Show", Ricky Gervais! Also, Ed Helms with "This Week In God".

45

Studs Terkel

Broadcaster and author of "And They All Sang: Adventures of an Eclectic Disc Jockey", Studs Terkel! Also, Senator John McCain stops by to defend his decision to talk in front of Liberty University students.

46

Tony Zinni

Retired Marine General and author of "The Battle for Peace: A Frontline Vision of America's Power and Purpose", Gen. Tony Zinni!

47

Josh Hartnett

Actor and star of "Lucky Number Slevin", Josh Hartnett! Also, Dan Bakkedahl learns about "Beach Ploys".

48

Jon Meacham

The author of "American Gospel: God, the Founding Fathers, and the Making of a Nation", Jon Meacham! Also, Ed Helms travels to Alaska to find out about the enormous population of bald eagles in one small town.

49

Ryan Nerz

The author of "Eat This Book: A Year of Gorging and Glory on the Competitive Eating Circuit", Ryan Nerz!

50

Dennis Quaid

Actor and star of "American Dreamz", Dennis Quaid!

51

Ted Kennedy

Senator from Massachusetts, Sen. Ted Kennedy! Also, Jason Jones with "Not In Your Front Yard".

52

Efraim Halevy

The author of "Man in the Shadows: Inside the Middle East Crisis with a Man Who Led the Mossad", Efraim Halevy!

53

Tom Selleck

Actor Tom Selleck!

54

Kimberley Strassel

"Wall Street Journal" editor, Kimberley Strassel!

55

Robin Williams

Actor and star of "R.V.", Robin Williams!

56

Matthew Continetti

The author of "The K Street Gang: The Rise and Fall of the Republican Machine", Matthew Continetti!

57

Madeleine Albright

The author of "The Mighty and the Almighty: Reflections on America, God, and World Affairs", Madeleine Albright!

58

Clark Kent Ervin

The author of "Open Target: Where America Is Vulnerable To Attack", Clark Kent Ervin!

59

John Malkovich

Actor John Malkovich!

60

David Remnick

The author of Reporting: Writings from the New Yorker, David Remnick!

61

Eric Shawn

Author of The U.N. Exposed: How the United Nations Sabotages America's Security and Fails the World, Eric Shawn!

62

Billy Connolly

Stand-up comedian Billy Connolly!

63

Francis Fukuyama

Author of America at the Crossroads: Democracy, Power, and the Neoconservative Legacy, Francis Fukuyama!

64

Howard Dean

The Chairman of the Democratic National Committee, Howard Dean!

65

Denis Leary

Actor and star of "Rescue Me", Denis Leary!

66

Ramesh Ponnuru

A senior editor for "National Review", Ramesh Ponnuru! Plus, Lewis Black: Back in Black.

67

Willie Nelson

Legendary country musician and performer of "You Don't Know Me: The Songs of Cindy Walker", Willie Nelson!

68

Caroline Kennedy

Caroline Kennedy, founder of the Profiles In Courage Award.

69

Bill Bennett

Former Secretary of Education and author of "America", Bill Bennett.

70

Bonnie Hunt

Actress Bonnie Hunt from the movie Cars. Plus, Lewis Black reports in Back in Black!

71

Lily Tomlin

Legendary comedian Lily Tomlin!

72

Thomas Friedman

The author of The World Is Flat: A Brief History of the Twenty-first Century, Thomas L. Friedman!

73

Ken Mehlman

The chair of the Republican National Committee, Ken Mehlman!

74

Tim Russert

The Host of NBC's Meet the Press and the author of Wisdom of Our Fathers: Lessons and Letters from Daughters and Sons, Tim Russert!

75

Louis C.K.

The star of the new series Lucky Louie, Louis C.K.!

76

Calvin Trillin

American journalist, humorist, and author of Messages from My Father!, Calvin Trillin!

77

Juliet Eilperin

"Washington Post" reporter Juliet Eilperin, author of "Fight Club Politics: How Partisanship is Poisoning the House of Representatives".

78

Anderson Cooper

Host of CNN's Anderson Cooper: 360, Anderson Cooper.

79

Adam Sandler

Comedian and actor, Adam Sandler!

80

Lance Armstrong

Multiple time Tour de France champion, Lance Armstrong!

81

Helen Thomas

The author of Watchdogs of Democracy?: The Waning Washington Press Corps and How It Has Failed the Public, Helen Thomas!

82

Al Gore

Former Vice-President and star of An Inconvenient Truth, Al Gore!

83

Kevin Spacey

Actor and one of the stars of the movie Superman Returns, Kevin Spacey!

84

Ilario Pantano

Tonight former U.S. Marine and co-author of "Warlord: No Better Friend, No Worse Enemy", Illario Pantano.

85

John Dean

Former Nixon legal counsel and author of "Conservatives Without Conscience", John Dean.

86

Shawn Wayans

Co-star and writer of the movie "Little Man,", Shawn Wayans

87

Owen Wilson

Actor and one of the stars of "You, Me and Dupree", Owen Wilson.

88

Gordon Chang

Gordon Chang, author of "Nuclear Showdown: North Korea Takes On The World".

89

M. Night Shyamalan

Director of the movie "Lady in the Water", M. Night Shaymalan.

90

James Maguire

The author of "American Bee: The National Spelling Bee and the Culture of Word Nerds", James Maguire.

91

Paul Giamatti

Actor and star of the movie "Lady in the Water", Paul Giamatti.

92

John McCain

US Senator from Arizona and possible Republican Presidential nominee, John McCain!

93

Ed Burns

actor, writer and director of "The Groomsman", Ed Burns.

94

Sharon Weinberger

Defense reporter and author of "Imaginary Weapons: A Journey Through the Pentagon's Scientific Underworld", Sharon Weinberger. Also, Lewis Black in "Back in Black."

95

Alon Ben-Meir

NYU Professor, Dr. Alon Ben-Meir.

96

Will Ferrell

The star of Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby, Will Ferrell!

97

Vali Nasr

Professor of Middle East and South Asia politics and author of "The Shia Revival: How Conflicts within Islam Will Shape the Future", Vali Nasr.

98

Chris Paine

Writer and director of the documentary "Who Killed The Electric Car?", Chris Paine.

99

Danny DeVito

Actor and star of "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia", Danny DeVito.

100

Brian Williams

Host of the Nightly News with Brian Williams on NBC, Brian Williams!

101

Craig Glenday

The author of Guinness World Records 2007, Craig Glenday!

102

Dale Earnhardt Jr.

Famous NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. and the latest headlines!

103

Thomas E. Ricks

The author of Fiasco: The American Military Adventure in Iraq, Thomas E. Ricks.

104

Samuel L. Jackson

The star of the movie Snakes on a Plane, Samuel L. Jackson.

105

Thomas Kean

The co-author of Without Precedent: The Inside Story of the 9/11 Commission, Thomas Kean!

106

Matt Dillon

The famous actor, Matt Dillon, plus the latest headlines!

107

Reza Aslan

Tonight, author and scholar of comparative religions, Reza Aslan.

108

William Cohen

Tonight former Secretary of Defense William Cohen, author of Dragon Fire.

109

Frederick Lane

Tonight Frederick Lane, author of "The Decency Wars: The Campaign to Cleanse American Culture".

110

Martin Short

Tonight actor and comedian Martin Short.

111

Maggie Gyllenhaal

Tonight actress and star of "sherrybaby", Maggie Gyllenhaal.

112

Gary Hart

Tonight former U.S. Senator and presidential candidate Gary Hart, author of "The Courage of Our Convictions: A Manifesto for Democrats",

113

Ed Gillespie

Tonight political advisor and author of "Winning Right: Campaign Politics and Conservative Policies", Ed Gillespie.

114

Norm MacDonald

Tonight comedian Norm MacDonald.

115

Bill Clinton

Tonight former President Bill Clinton!

116

Ben Affleck

Tonight actor and star of "Hollywoodland" Ben Affleck.

117

Johnny Knoxville

Tonight actor and star of "Jackass Number Two", Johnny Knoxville.

118

CC Goldwater

Tonight founder of Sweet Pea Films and producer of the documentary "Mr. Conservative: Goldwater On Goldwater", CC Goldwater.

119

Pat Buchanan

Tonight conservative pundit Pat Buchanan.

120

Pervez Musharraf

Tonight, President of Pakistan and author of "In The Line Of Fire: A Memoir" Pervez Musharraf!

121

Al Franken

Tonight comedian Al Franken.

122

Jim McGreevey

Tonight, former Governor of New Jersey and author of "The Confession", Jim McGreevey.

123

Trent Lott

Tonight Mississippi Senator Trent Lott, author of "Herding Cats: A Life in Politics".

124

Dennis Miller

Tonight comedian Dennis Miller.

125

Ian Bremmer

Tonight the President of the Eurasia Group and author of "The J Curve: A New Way To Understand Why Nations Rise And Fall", Ian Bremmer.

126

David Rakoff

Tonight GQ writer and author of "Don't Get Too Comfortable: The Indignities of Coach Class, The Torments of Low Thread Count, The Neverending Quest for Artisanal Olive Oil, and Other First World Problems", David Rakoff

127

James Baker

Tonight former Secretary of State and author of "Work Hard, Study...and Keep Out of Politics!: Adventures and Lessons from an Unexpected Public Life", James Baker

128

David Cross

Tonight comedian and star of "Freak Show", David Cross.

129

Lou Dobbs

Tonight the host of CNN's "Lou Dobbs Tonight", Lou Dobbs.

130

David Mark

Tonight David Mark, author of "Going Dirty: The Art of Negative Campaigning".

131

Frank Rich

Tonight "New York Times" columnist Frank Rich, author of "The Greatest Story Ever Sold: The Decline and Fall of Truth from 9/11 to Katrina".

132

Amy Sedaris

Tonight actress Amy Sedaris, author of "I Like You: Hospitality Under the Influence".

133

John Ashcroft

Tonight fromer U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft.

134

Kirsten Dunst

Tonight actress and star of "Marie Antionette", Kirsten Dunst

135

LeBron James

Tonight NBA superstar LeBron James.

136

John Mueller

Tonight Ohio State policy analyst and author of "Overblown: How Politicians and the Terrorism Industry Inflate National Securty Threats and Why We Believe Them", John Mueller.

137

Midwest Midterm Midtacular

Tonight John Oliver talks to people who were wooed in 2004. Also Demitri Martin reports on the clubs at Ohio State.

138

Sacha Baron Cohen

Tonight comedian and star of "Borat", Sacha Baron Cohen.

139

Jerry Seinfeld

Tonight comedian Jerry Seinfeld!

140

Midterm Midtacular

Combined with The Colbert Report, Dan Rather stops by.

141

Howard Dean

Tonight chairman of the Democratic National Committe, Howard Dean.

142

Dustin Hoffman

Tonight actor and co-star of "Stranger Than Fiction", Dustin Hoffman.

143

Tina Fey

Tonight writer, actress and star of "30 Rock", Tina Fey.

144

John Edwards

Tonight former Senator from North Carolina and author of "Home: Blueprints of Our Lives", John Edwards.

145

Ted Koppel

Tonight former anchor of "Nightline", Ted Koppel.

146

Muhammad Yumus

Tonight professor of economics and founder of the Grameen Bank, Muhammad Yumus.

147

Rahm Emanuel

Rep. Rahm Emanuel, D, Rep-ILL, chair of the Congressional Campaign Committee for 2006 elections.

148

Tom Waits

Tonight's Guest: Musician Tom Waits.

149

George Clooney

Tonight's guest: Actor/Director and star of "The Good German", George Clooney

150

Tenacious D

Tonight's guests: Jack Black and Kyle Gass, collectively known as Tenacious D.Black and Gass star in the new film Tenacious D: The Pick of Destiny.

151

Nathan Lane

Tonight actor and Broadway star Nathan Lane.

152

John Danforth

Tonight Missouri Senator and author of "Faith and Politics: How the "Moral Values" Devate Divides America and How to Move Forward Together", Senator John Danforth

153

Eve Herold

Tonight the director of public policy research at the Genetics Policy Institute and author of "Stem Cell War: Inside Stories from the Frontlines", Eve Herold.

154

Ed Viesturs

Tonight mountain climber and author of "No Shortcut to the Top: Climbing the World's 14 Hightest Peaks", Ed Viesturs.

155

Lincoln Chafee

Tonight Rhode Island Senator and member of both the Senate Committe on Foreign Relations and the Committee on Homland Security and Government Affairs, Senator Lincoln Chafee

156

Fareed Zakaria

Tonight the editor for "Newsweek International", Fareed Zakaria.

157

Ricky Gervais

Tonight actor and star of "Extras", Ricky Gervais.

158

Rajiv Chandrasekaran

Tonight the assistant managing editor for the "Washington Post" and author of "Imperial Life in the Emerald City: Inside Iraq’s Green Zone", Rajiv Chandraeskaran.

159

Tom Vilsack

Tonight Iowa Governor and 2008 Presidential candidate, Tom Vilsack.

160

Bill Kristol

Tonght the editor for the "Weekly Standard", Bill Kristol

161

Ben Stiller

Tonight actor and star of "Night at the Museum", Ben Stiller.
Episode Description

1

Louis C.K.

Tonight comedian Louis C.K.

2

Harry Frankfurt

Tonight philosophy professor and author of "On Truth", Harry Frankfurt.

3

Gov. Mike Huckabee

Tonight former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee. Jon discusses the first 100 hours of the Democrats and there great start, namely Congress shutting down on the first day (to watch a football game which started at 8:30PM). Jon talks with Jon Oliver, senior comparative presidential historian about media pundits who compare Bush with Lincoln.

4

Peter O'Toole

Tonight legendary actor and star of "Venus", Peter O'Toole.Jon begins with a review of George Bush's presidential address about his change of strategy in Iraq. He then discusses Bush's speech with Major Rob Riggle, the show's military analyst. Finally, Jon looks at the Democrats response and the media's use of puns to describe Bush's last chance to cure the Iraq War.

5

Josh Bernstein

Tonight the host of "Digging for the Truth" and author of "Digging for the Truth: One Man's Epic Adventure Exploring the World's Greatest Archaeological Mysteries", Josh Bernstein.Jon first looks at the Senate Foreign Relation Committee and the disapproval of Bush's new Iraq plan as the Senator's discuss the details with Condoleeza Rice. Finally, Senior Black Correspondent Larry Wilmore discusses Martin Luther King Jr. Day with Jon.

6

Michael Oren

Tonight journalist and author of "Power, Faith and Fantasy: America in the Middle East 1776 to the Present", Michael Oren.Jon begins by looking at Steve Jobs introduction of the IPhone and then on to Iraq and the White House's public relations offensive to sell Bush's new strategy. Jon discusses Bush's plan further with John Oliver, Senior Policy Analyst. Finally, Jon delves deeper into criticism of the Bush plan with an in depth analysis of Rep. David Wu's comments comparing Bush to Star Trek's Klingons, with Senior Star Trek Analogy Analysts, Leonard Nimoy and George Takei.

7

Jerry Rice

Tonight former pro-football player and author of Go Long!: My Journey and Beyond the Game and the Fame, Jerry Rice.Jon begins by looking at Castro and the several conflicting reports surrounding his health, including one report stating that Castro had to be implanted with an artificial anus. Jon then looks at Obama's announcement stating that he is starting an exploratory committee in a segment called Countdown to Obamania. Jon then looks at the American Idol premiere with John Hodgman, Resident Expert. Finally, Rob Riggle looks at local politics with a man who changed his name to Andy Griffith in order to run in the election for local sheriff.

8

Robin Wright Penn

Tonight actress and star of "Hounddog", Robin Wright Penn.Jon first looks at the Doomsday Clock which was set five minutes ahead, now five minutes before midnight and world wide armageddon. Jon then looks at the start of the non-binding resolution extravaganza, where each Senator seemingly has his own resolution. Jon then looks at NBC's Dateline segment where they capture would-be child predators on camera and confront them, and ABC's Primetime Live response to that ratings grabber. Don Bakkedahl takes that story deeper by taking a look at exploitative television by seeing how people react to shocking behavior. Finally, Jon looks at Rick Sanchez, the reporter who volunteered to taser himself on camera, and all the would be reporters who follow in his painful, sometimes arousing footsteps in Taser Wars 2007.

9

Gen. Rupert Smith

Tonight former British Army General Rupert Smith, author of "The Utility of Force: The Art of War in the Modern World".Jon begins with a look at the President's State of the Union Address and Bush's strong use of the word strong. Jon discusses with Jason Jones, Senior Political Analyst, the piece of mind we Americans sacrifice when we watch the news about Iraq. Jon briefly looks at all the new nominees who dropped their hat into the presidential race of 2008. Finally, Jon looks at the online newspaper versus the paper kind, and how people are using the vows section of the N.Y. Times to tell their life story as well as living obituaries, where the dead person speaks his own obituary.

10

Terry McAuliffe

Tonight the chairman of the Democratic National Committee, Terry McAuliffe.Jon starts off with a look at the Oscar nominations and how he wasn't asked to host them this year. He then segues into Indecision 2008, with a brief look at the candidates and the media's thirst for polls over who will win the primaries one year from now. Jon discusses with Senior Polling Expert, Samantha Bee, polling in general and how the numbers rise and fall over the course of a few hours. Finally, Louis Black looks at television show disclaimers and apologies in Back in Black.

11

Scott McClellan

Tonight former White House press secretary Scott McClellan.Jon begins with a thorough review of the President's State of the Union address. Rob Riggle and Samantha Bee then report on their overall impressions of the speech. Finally, Jon looks at the Democrats and medias response to Bush's speech.

12

Sen. Charles Schumer

Tonight New York Senator Charles Schumer.Jon begins with a look at Senator John Kerry's long winded speech about how he is not running for President. Finally, Jon looks at Wolf Blitzer's interview of Dick Cheney and his lack of commenting on anything, specifically how he refuses to answer any question about his lesbian daughter.

13

Bill Gates

Tonight the founder of Microsoft, Bill Gates and his quick exit after the interview.Jon starts the show with a look at who has or has not said they will run for President. Indecision '08 continues with Jon focusing on two of the Democratic candidates. First, Jon looks at Hillary Clinton and her joking about her husband's infidelity. Finally, Jon looks at the media's overreaction to Obama attending a muslim private school.

14

Neil deGrasse Tyson

Tonight astrophysicist and author of "Death by Black Hole: And Other Cosmic Quandries", Neil deGrasse Tyson.Jon begins with a look at the Scooter Libby trial with a summary as to how it all began. Furthermore, John Oliver, Senior White House Correspondent comments on the Libby trial in more detail. Finally, Jon looks at how the primaries are now being moved up to earlier and earlier dates. He discusses this with John Hodgman, Resident Expert.

15

Sen. Joe Biden

Tonight Delaware Senator Joe Biden.Jon first looks at Bush's comments on Vice President Dick Cheney. Jon then looks at Bush's new Iraq strategy, or lack therof, and how anyone fpund disagreeing with Bush, in effect emboldens the terrorists. Jon talks with John Oliver, Senior White House Correspondent, about the intricacies of emboldening terrorists. Finally, Jon discusses with Larry Wilmore, Senior Black Historian, black history month's purpose.

16

Sienna Miller

Tonight actress and star of "Factory Girl", Sienna Miller.Jon first looks at Mary Cheney, the Vice President's lesbian daughter, who stated that the birth of her child should not be used for political maneuvering in response to Wolf Blitzer's interview the day before. Jon delves deeper into the issue as to why Dick Cheney's daughter is off limits with John Oliver, Senior Media Critic. Jon also talks with Chrissy Gephardt, lesbian daughter of former presidential candidate, Dick Gephardt. Finally, Jason Jones exposes the real Orange County in a two-part series.

17

Walter Scheib

Tonight former White House chef and author of "White House Chef: Eleven Years, Two Presidents, One Kitchen", Walter Scheib.Jon begins with a look at the Super Bowl and the ads. Jon moves on to the Bush administrations acceptance of the new global warming report. Dan Bakkedahl, Senior White House Correspondent, talks with Jon about this development. Finally, France shuts off the lights from famous buildings as a response to global warming, Jon discusses this with John Oliver, Senior Envirospondent.

18

Mike Rowe

Tonight the host of "Dirty Jobs", Mike Rowe.Jon begins with a look at evangelical minister Ted Haggard, who is now apparently completely heterosexual. Jon then looks at the non-binding resolution wars that continue in Congress. Also, Jon looks at the songs of the new Democratic presidential candidates. Finally, Jason Jones finishes his second part of a two part series on Laguna Beach.

19

Ralph Nader

Tonight consumer advocate and author of "The Seventeen Traditions", Ralph Nader.Jon begins with the bizarre story of the crazy diaper wearing astronaut Lisa Nowak out for revenge. He discusses this latest story with Rob Riggle, Senior Space Correspondent. Finally, Jon look at the media's use of various kinds of news consultant and discusses this with Samantha Bee, Senior Continental Revenge Trek Analyst.

20

John Mellencamp

Tonight, musician John Mellencamp.Jon first looks at the moral outrage over a Super Bowl snickers ad and a suicide prevention groups complaint over GM's ad showing a robot killing itself after losing its job. Jon then looks at Paul Bremmer's failure to account for $8 billion that went to Iraq for reconstruction. Finally, John Oliver investigates a man in Colorado who is suing a bar for sex discrimination because they have a ladies night.

21

Jeffrey Rosen

Tonight law professor and legal editor for the "New Republic" and author of "The Supreme Court: The Personalities and Rivalries That Defined America", Jeffrey Rosen.Jon looks at the media's heavy coverage of Anna Nicole's death with Rob Riggle, Senior Entertainment Correspondent & Jason Jones, Senior Media Analyst. Finally, Jon looks at Obama's announcement that he is running for President and he discusses this with Senior Black Correspondent, Larry Wilmore.

22

Christopher Horner

Tonight attorney and senior fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute and author of "The Politically Incorrect Guide to Global Warming (and Environmentalism)", Christopher Horner.Jon first looks at the media's coverage of Anna Nicole's death fridge and a look inside CNN's own break room fridge. Jon then looks at Douglas Feith, the man who disseminated intelligence to the President about Iraq. Finally, Dan Bakkedahl looks at the polar bear clubs reaction to global warming.

23

Ishmael Beah

Tonight former child soldier in Sierra Leone's civil war and author of "A Long Way Gone: Memoirs of a Boy Soldier", Ishmael Beah.Jon begins the show with a look at the deal struck with North Korea to stop their nuclear weapons program and John Bolton's disapproval of it. Jon then talks with John Hodgman about the nature of love. Finally, Jason Jones looks at partisan political dating sites in 'Must Love Dogma.'

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Meredith Vieria

Tonight the co-host of "Today", Meredith Vieria.Jon begins with a review of the House of Representatives debate and inaction as they try to pass their non-binding resolution. Jon then looks at Iran who, according to the U.S. government, is supplying weapons to insurgents in Iraq. Finally, Jon discusses this Iranian development with John Oliver, Senior Military Speculator.

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Craig Newmark

Tonight the founder of craigslist.com, Craig Newmark.Jon begins by looking at last nights Oscars with Senior Entertainalist, John Oliver. Finally, Samantha Bee gives us a glimpse at religion and fashion in Fashion Week in God.

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John Amaechi

Tonight former NBA star and author of "Man in the Middle", John Amaechi.Jon begins with a look at Laura Bush's opinion about the current state of Iraq. Jon then looks at the Clinton/Obama war in the media over what David Geffen said. Jon discusses this further with Jason Jones, Senior Hollywood Correspondent. Finally, Rob Riggle looks at rural America's reaction to a Muslim mosque being built in Texas in Loathe Thy Neighbor.

27

Jake Gyllenhaal

Tonight actor and star of "Zodiac", Jake Gyllenhaal.Jon starts off with a story about a hepatitis exposure scare at a Sports Illustrated party for the latest swimsuit issue. Jon then talks about Vice President Cheney's recent trips overseas with John Oliver, Senior Cheney Chaser. Finally, Lewis Black in Back in Black.

28

Sam Sheridan

Tonight sports journalist and author of "A Fighter’s Heart: One Man’s Journey Through the World of Fighting", Sam Sheridan.Jon starts off with a story about Al Sharpton, whose great grandfather it turns out, was once owned as a slave by the now deceased Senator Strom Thurmond's relatives. Jon asks Al Sharpton his opinion about this new story. Finally, a look at the new documentary by James Cameron about Jesus' tomb and conservatives outrage.

29

Bob Woodruff

Tonight, journalist and author of In an Instant: A Family's Journey of Love and Healing, Bob Woodruff. Jon first looks at and later discusses the conditions at Walter Reed Army Medical center with Senior Military Analyst, John Oliver. Finally, Jon looks at the Bush administrations record of deflecting blame, even now with the problems at Walter Reed.

30

Richard Jadick

Tonight, military doctor and author of On Call In Hell: A Doctor's Iraq War Story, Dr. Richard Jadick.Jon first looks at the Scooter Libby guilty verdict. He then talks about the Walter Reed hearings in Congress and Bush's address to the veterans of the American Legion with Rob Riggle, Senior Military Analyst. Finally, Samantha Bee in a segment called Sam on Your Side. She interviews a CT atheist who is looking to sue a town because the local church bells annoy him.

31

Wynton Marsalis

Tonight, jazz musician Wynton Marsalis promotes his new album From The Plantation To The Penitentiary.Jon begins with a brief history about the Scooter Libby trial. He discusses this further with Senior Legal Analyst, Samantha Bee. Jon ends the segment with a Robert Novak douchebag montage. Finally, Jon talks with John Hodgman about athletes and the effects of HGH, human growth hormone.

32

Sharon Moalem

Tonight, Dr. Sharon Moalem, author of Survival of the Sickest: A Medical Maverick Discovers Why We Need Disease.Jon starts off with a report about journalists who are being killed in Russia for criticizing Putin. Kremlin Bureau Chief John Oliver talks with Jon about this new report. Indecision 2008 continues with a look at Clinton & Obama's Southern accent impersonations during their speech's in Selma, AL. Finally, Dan Bakkedahl, Senior Horologist, looks at the upcoming apocalypse that will be caused by daylight savings time being moved up 3 weeks.

33

Chris Dodd

Tonight on the show, 2008 presidential candidate Chris Dodd.Jon opens the show with the big announcement by Senator Chuck Hagel that he may or may not run for President. Jon then looks at the continuing President Bush tour of South America in a segment called "Bush: ¿Donde Esta?" Aasif Mandvi talks with Jon about Halliburton moving their corporate headquarters to Dubai in "The Long Kiss Dubai". Finally, Samantha Bee looks at the current celebrity trend of adopting foreign babies in "Totally Doing Starbusiness".

34

John Waters

Tonight, cult film director John Waters talks about his new Court TV series, 'Til Death Do Us Part.Jon begins with Bush's last day touring South America where he apparently helped box lettuce in Guatemala. Jon then looks at the Democrats complicated withdrawal plan out of Iraq in a segment called '08 Simple Rules for Dating our Withdrawal. Jon then discusses Vice President Cheney's clout and how it never seems to run out. Finally, Jon looks at the Democrats withdrawal from a Fox News sponsored debate because of something Roger Ailes, Fox News President said.

35

Zbigniew Brzezinski

Tonight, political scientist and the former U.S. National Security Advisor to Jimmy Carter, Zbigniew Brzezinski, promoting his new book Second Chance: Three Presidents and the Crisis of American Superpower.Jon begins with a look at Senator Chris Dodd's blog. Jon then looks into the Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez scandal, where 8 U.S. attorneys were fired for political reasons in a segment called "Nuthin' But A.G. Thang". Jon then talks about the scandal with Aasif Mandvi, Senior Legal Correspondent, in a segment called "Seedy Gonzalez". Finally, a look at a curious phrase White House appointees use: "Serving at the pleasure of the President".

36

Sandra Bullock

Tonight, actress Sandra Bullock promotes her new movie, Premonition.Jon begins with a final look at Bush's tour of South America, which ended in Mexico. Jon then talks about Khalid Sheikh Mohamed's confession about planning several terrorist attacks, including 9/11. Jon then talks with Jon Oliver, Senior Produce Analyst, about the Chiquita banana scandal in a segment called "Banana Drama". Chiquita apparently paid $1.7 million in protection money to a Columbian terrorist group. Finally, Jon looks at Iran's outrage over the new movie 300 and how it unfairly disparages Persians.

37

Stephen Prothero

Tonight, the chair of the religion department at Boston University and author of "Religious Literacy: What Every American Need to Know-And Doesn’t", Stephen Prothero.Jon begins by marking the 4th anniversary of the Iraq War. Jon then looks at the compelling testimony of Valerie Plame in front of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform in a segment called "Blondie". Finally, Jason Jones looks at potential cures for homosexuality in a segment called "Diagnosis Mystery".

38

John Bolton

Tonight, former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. from August 2005 until December 2006, John Bolton.Jon begins with a look at the continuing Justice Department scandal. Jon then talks with Rob Riggle about a term Karl Rove used in an email differentiating between disloyal district attorneys and "loyal Bushies". Finally, all aboard John McCain's Straight Talk Express, because its back and fortunate for us, won't allow McCain to lie as Jon shows in a clip showing McCain misspeak.

39

Chris Hansen

Tonight, Dateline NBC journalist Chris Hansen promotes his continuing segment on the show and his new book, To Catch a Predator.Jon begins the show with the constitutional showdown over whether Karl Rove will testify about the firing of the eight U.S. attorney's. Jon then looks at Bush's response to the scandal and the "reasonable proposal" he made to have Karl Rove testify, in private and not under oath. John Oliver, Senior Washington Correspondent talks about this proposal with Jon in a segment called "Eight Men Out". Finally, a recap of the John Bolton interview from last night's episode and Bolton's continuing assertion that Jon is wrong. Jon talks about a specific point he made about Abraham Lincoln in last night's interview with Doris Kearns Goodwin (an expert who wrote a book on Lincoln) and how Bolton was in fact, the one who was wrong.

40

Don Cheadle

Tonight, actor Don Cheadle promotes his new movie, Reign Over Me.Jon first talks about Al Gore testifying in front of Congress about global warming in a segment called "Welcome Back, Hotter". Jon then talks about the fired U.S. Attorney's and Press Secretary Tony Snow trying to sell Bush's offer that Karl Rove testify in private and not under oath in "Showdown at Justice". Finally, Jon talks with Demetri Martin about Viacom suing Google and YouTube over copyright infringment.

41

John Kerry

Tonight, Senator John Kerry promotes his new book, This Moment on Earth: Today's New Environmentalists and Their Vision for the Future.

42

Dennis Miller

Tonight, comedian Dennis Miller promotes his new radio show.

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Bill Richardson

Tonight, current Governor of New Mexico and 2008 presidential candidate who is also promoting his book, 'Between Worlds: The Making of an American Life', Bill Richardson. Jon begins with a look at Bush's repsonse to the Dems troop withdrawal bill in a segment called "Furious George". Jon then talks with John Hodgman about the President's use of executive privilege. Finally, Larry Wilmore & John Oliver look at the n-word and whether it should be banned in a segment entitled "Wilmore & Oliver Investigates".

44

Philip Zimbardo

Tonight, psychologist Philip Zimbardo promotes his new book, The Lucifer Effect: Understanding How Good People Turn Evil.

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Bill Bradley

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Walter Isaacson

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Halle Berry

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Richard Preston

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Andrew Card

Tonight, former White House Chief of Staff for President George W. Bush, Andy Card. Jon begins the show with the fired U.S. attorney's scandal. Over 5 million White House staffer e-mails have gone missing, including some containing information about the fired attorneys in a segment called "The Amazing Erase". The White House claims that the e-mails were mistakenly erased. To put the story in perspective, Jon calls Sen. Ted Stevens(R) from Alaska to help explain the complexity of the internet and email. Furthermore, Jon talks with Senior Technology Correspondent Jason Jones about how easily these e-mails could be accidentally erased.

50

Sig Hansen

Tonight, Norwegian fisherman Sig Hansen from the show Deadliest Catch on the Discovery Channel. Jon begins the show with a brief talk about the big rainstorm in the Northeast. Jon then talks about Paul Wolfowitz who used his influence at the World Bank to get a promotion and raise for his girlfriend in a segment called "Loan Wolf". On a lighter note, Jon talks about Richard Gere who over the weekend kissed a Bollywood star during an AIDS awareness rally in India in a segment called "American Gigolo". This kiss led to massive protests in India since public displays of affection are frowned upon there. Senior Mumbai Bureau Chief Aasif Mandvi talks with Jon about the protests, which included burning effigies of Gere on the street. Finally, Rob Riggle goes to Largo, FL and talks with Steve Stanton who was fired from his job as a city manager because he is transgendered in a segment called "Suddenly Susan".

51

Ali Allawi

Tonight, former Minister of Trade, Defense, & later Finance in the Interim Iraq Governing Council, Ali Allawi, who is also promoting his new book, The Occupation of Iraq: Winning the War, Losing the Peace. Jon begins tonight's show with "Mess O'Potamia", where amid one of the bloodiest days in Iraq, 6 Shiite cabinet ministers resigned because Prime Minister al-Maliki will not set a timetable for U.S. troop withdrawal. Also, Jon looks at Bush's new war czar position, which has been created to apparently cut through all the federal bureaucracy bogging down the Iraq War. Since the position has been rejected by 5 generals that have been asked to fill the spot, the White House is changing the name from "war czar" to "execution manager". Finally, Senior Financial Correspondent John Oliver talks with Jon about the contradictions plaguing the U.S. economy as the stock market hits an all time high, but the dollar has reduced in value by half as $1 now equals 2 British pounds.

52

Jeremy Scahill

Tonight, journalist and author of Blackwater: The Rise of the World's Most Powerful Mercenary Army, Jeremy Scahill. Jon begins the show by talking with Senior Legal Correspondent Aasif Mandvi about the Supreme Courts decision to affirm the partial birth abortion ban in a segment called "America Decides". Jon then talks about Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez who testified before the Senate about not recalling anything he may or may not have done. Finally, Jason Jones talks with Frosty Hardison, a man who got his daughter's Seattle school board to stop a teacher from showing the movie An Inconvenient Truth in her class in a segment called "Apocalypse How?".

53

Matt Cooper

Tonight, journalist for the Condé Nast Portfolio, Matt Cooper. Jon begins tonight show with a look at France's runoff election for President between conservative Nicolas Sarkozy and socialist Segolene Royal. Jon then does a brief recap of the Alberto Gonbzalez testimony and talks with Senior Washington Correspondent John Oliver about Bush's reaction to the testimony. Finally, Samantha Bee does a story about Earth Day in a segment called "Man v. Earth: The Wreckoning".

54

John McCain

Tonight, presidential candidate Senator John McCain. Jon begins the show with a look at the continuing battle in Washington D.C. over funding for the war and the use of timetables in a segment called "Mess O'Potomac". Finally, Jon talks with 1st term President Bush and 2nd term Bush using past clips of the President that seemingly contradict one another.

55

Garry Shandling

Tonight, comedian Garry Shandling promotes his new DVD Not Just the Best of the Larry Sanders Show. Jon begins tonight's show with a look at Baghdad and how the Bush administration is bridging the gap between Shiites and Sunnis by building a series of walls in Baghdad in a segment called "Extreme Makeover: Baghdad Edition". Jon then talks with Baghdad Bureau Chief Aasif Mandvi about the Baghdad walls in a segment called "Wall or Nothing". Finally, Lewis Black makes fun of several Earth Day television specials in "Back in Black".

56

Richard Gere

Tonight, actor Richard Gere promotes his new movie The Hoax.

57

Christopher Hitchens

Tonight, author and journalist Christopher Hitchens promotes his book God Is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything.

58

Tobey Maguire

Tonight, the star of Spider-Man 3, actor Tobey Maguire

59

Pierre Rehov

Tonight, director Pierre Rehov promotes his new documentary out on DVD, Suicide Killers. Jon begins the show with a good old fashioned Washington D.C. sex scandal. Deborah Jeane Palfrey a.k.a. Miz Julia, has submitted 46 pounds of telephone records from an escort service she ran for 13 years. Jon looks at the media frenzy to see which powerful D.C. men are on the list in a segment called "Beltway: Unbuckled". Senior Washington Correspondent Jason Jones talks with Jon about the how one can hire an escort legally and for nonsexual reasons, namely, by always laying down on your stomach while you get your "massage". Finally, Aasif Mandvi takes a look at both sides of the debate over Chief Illiniwek, the mascot for the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign who recently was retired because of protests saying the chief perpetuated rascist stereotypes in a segment called "Trail of Cheers".

60

Ted Koppel

Tonight, journalist Ted Koppel. Politicians on television programs us common folks watch are prevalent this week as Jon begins the show by looking at President Bush and Laura Bush on American Idol & Hillary Clinton on The Insider. As the 4th anniversary of Bush's mission accomplished on the aircraft carrier fiasco loomed large this week, the Democrats passed the Iraq funding bill only to have it vetoed by Bush in a continuing show segment, "Mess O' Potamac". Finally, snitchin' is not hip in the African-American community. Just ask Cam'ron, a rapper who made it clear that those who snitch to the police about crimes in the community, even a serial killer who lives next door, have no street cred and thus sales of their rap albums suffer. Senior Black Correspondent Larry Wilmore talks with Jon about the ethical implications of this stop snitchin' phenomenon and the rappers code of "effix".

61

Lee Gutkind

Tonight, author Lee Gutkind promotes his new book Almost Human: Making Robots Think. Jon begins the show with an in depth look at the Republican presidential candidate debate last week in a continuing show segment, "Clusterf@#k to the White House". Senior Correspondent Aasif Mandvi reporting live from the gates of hell talks with Jon about John McCain's comment at the debate that he will hunt Osama bin Laden to the gates of hell in a segment called "Styx & Stones". Finally, John Oliver gives us a behind the scenes look at the Republican debate.

62

George Tenet

Tonight, former director of the CIA and author of At the Center of the Storm: My Years at the CIA, George Tenet. Jon begins with Queen Elizabeth II visit to Washington D.C. where she hung out with President Bush at a series of events in a segment called "Elizabeth II: Visit from a Nice Old Lady". Finally, Jon talks with Royal Watcher John Oliver who wasn't as excited as he should be about the Queen's visit.

63

Michael Beschloss

Tonight, presidential historian Michael Beschloss promotes his new book Presidential Courage: Brave Leaders and How They Changed America 1789-1989. Jon begins with a foiled terrorist plot to attack Fort Dix in New Jersey by terrorists who delivered pizza to the army base. "Mess O'Potamia" continues as Jon reports about a secret 24 member all Shiite panel dubbed "The Office" who exert their authority to overrule official government decisions in order to help Shiite militias. But fear not, because Dick Cheney is on the way to Iraq to pay a visit and offer his support as Jon's theory on Cheney's evilness is proved once again. The segment concludes with a report about a Palestinian kid's show sporting a Mickey Mouse like character that encourages kids to hate Jews & America. And finally, Jon talks with Youth Spotting Expert Demetri Martin who discusses and give us tips on the use of video resumes to set one apart from those dreary paper resumes.

64

Reza Aslan

Tonight, author of No god but God: The Origins, Evolution, and Future of Islam, Reza Aslan. The show begins with "Mess O' Potomac" as Jon talks about the new Iraq spending bill that promises Bush half of the money now and the other half contingent on a July progress report. Of course, Bush plans another veto saying that any restrictions placed on the Iraq War by Congress is unacceptable and promotes defeatism. So when will the war end and what is Bush's definition of victory or success in Iraq? Jon looks at a series of clips showing the flexibility of Bush's definitions over the course of the Iraq War and also talks with Baghdad Bureau Chief Aasif Mandvi. Finally, Jon crosses over the Atlantic to Great Britain, where Tony Blair announced that he is planning on stepping down as Prime Minister on June 27th. Jon goes over some of the highlights of his speech in a segment called "The Blair Ditch Project". Of course, London Bureau Chief John Oliver stopped by to talk with Jon using an over exaggerated British voice and cliched phrases as a tribute to CNN's Richard Quest.

65

Jeremy Paxman

Tonight, BBC news reporter and author of the new book, On Royalty: A Very Polite Inquiry into Some Strangely Related Families, Jeremy Paxman. The show begins with a clip of Bush "The Decider" taking matters into his own hands and conducting an orchestra during the 400th anniversary of the founding of Jamestown. The fired U.S. attorney's scandal continues as Alberto Gonzalez testifies about what he doesn't remember before the House Judiciary Committee in a segment called "House A.G.". Senior Legal Correspondent Rob Riggle talks with Jon about how White House officials can never comment before, during, and after investigations into wrongdoing in a segment called "Speak No Evil". Finally, Samantha Bee in "This Week In God" talks about the history of Mormons as it relates to current presidential candidate Mitt Romney & about a hispanic man in Florida who founded a church based on the claim that he is the Antichrist.

66

Tim Russert

Tonight, the host of Meet the Press and author of Wisdom of Our Fathers: Lessons and Letters from Daughters and Sons, Tim Russert."Clusterf@#k to the White House" continues with Jon showing us four of the presidential candidates hitting the airwaves on Mother's Day to talk about themselves. Jason Jones enlightens us about the importance of good skin and spin doctoring for politicians in a segment called "Nip/Talk". Finally, in a segment entitled "Banned Width", Jon talks about how reporters are now banned from filming insurgent bombings in Iraq & U.S. soldiers are banned from going on websites like YouTube & MySpace under the guise of protecting confidential military information.

67

Don Rickles

Tonight, comedian and author of the new book Rickles' Book: A Memoir, Don Rickles

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Brink Lindsey

Tonight, contributing editor to Reason Magazine & author of the new book The Age of Abundance: How Prosperity Transformed America's Politics and Culture, Brink Lindsey.

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Zaki Chehab

Tonight, journalist and author of Inside Hamas: The Untold Story of the Militant Islamic Movement, Zaki Chehab. The show begins with some breaking news out of the Middle East that amazingly has nothing to do with the U.S. in a segment called "Middle East Trouble?" Military forces in Lebanon attacked a Palestinian refugee camp that harbored an al-Qaeda sect called Fatah al-Islam. Senior Beirut Correspondent Jason Jones stops by to give his report on the breaking news out of Lebanon. The end of an era is at hand as Bush and Blair part ways in a segment called "The End of the Affair". Jon provides us with a touching montage of Bush & Blair's greatest moments together with Dirty Dancing's "I've Had The Time Of My Life" playing in the background. Finally, a segment called "Wilmore and Oliver Investigates: So You've Offended An Entire Race!" The dynamic duo of Larry Wilmore and John Oliver team up once again to examine celebrity racism and whether people are more offensive or generally offended more easily.

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Margaret Spellings

Tonight, the current Secretary of Education under President Bush, Margaret Spellings. Jon begins tonights show with the new Immigration Reform Bill being proposed in Congress in a segment called "Aliens v. Senators". Senior Immigration Correspondent Aasif Mandvi goes over some of the more complicated parts of the bill with Jon. Finally, Dan Bakkedahl experiences the joy in what it's like to be a Mexican crossing the border illegally in a segment called "Mexodus".

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Kevin Robbins

Tonight, the commander of the U.S. Air Force Air Demonstration Squadron “Thunderbirds”, Lt. Col. Kevin Robbins. Jon begins the show with "Mess O'Potomac" as the Democrats withdraw any timetables they had in their Iraq War funding bill, instead opting for a series of objectives that have to be met by the Iraqi's. Who determines if they meet these objectives, why Bush of course. Jon nails Senator Harry Reid who agreed with the new bill, even though it's substantially similar to Senator John Warner's bill, which Reid previously said was weak and compared it to an old cup of tea sitting on a table for a few weeks. Jon then looks at Jimmy Carter's comment that the Bush administration is the worst in history. Senior Presidential Historian John Oliver talks with Jon and delve into Carter's comments and about past president's that may have been worse. Finally, Jon reports that Scotland Yard recently named the alleged murderer of Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko's by following the radioactive trail of the polonium that killed him in a segment called "Polonium Dynamite".

72

Al Gore

Tonight, former politician and current political activist on the environment and author of The Assault on Reason, Al Gore. Jon begins with a look at the media blitzkrieg on reports about high gas prices in a segment called "Gas Pains". Senior Petroleum Expert Rob Riggle dresses up in Mad Max gear to talk with Jon about this story. Finally, Jon reports about Monica Goodling who testified before the House Judiciary Committee about the fired U.S. attorney's in a segment called "Illegally Blonde".

73

Ron Paul

Tonight, Jon talks with Republican candidate for President, Ron Paul. Jon begins tonight's show by describing his vacation last week to Greece where he met a man named Andrew on the plane, who incidentally is the same man who caused the tuberculosis scare around the world. "Clusterf@#k to the White House" continues as Jon reports on the recent Democrat debate. Jon looks at the multitude of raise your hand questions by Wolf Blitzer, the we all speak the same language of Hillary Clinton, the Edwards/Obama snaps, & Biden's glory hole rhetoric. Finally, Jon calls Larry Flynt to discuss his recent Washington Post ad offering $1 million for proof that any government official had an extramarital affair.

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Paul Rudd

Tonight, actor Paul Rudd promotes his new movie Knocked Up. Jon begins the show tonight with the Scooter Libby jail sentence. Libby was sentenced to 30 months in jail and a $250,000 fine. Letters of praise and denouncement were sent to the judge to help him determine a sentence. Jon takes a look at some of the letters sent in praise of Libby from the likes of such distinguished individuals as Henry Kissinger & Donald Rumsfeld. Jon reports on Congressman William Jefferson who was charged on numerous counts of corruption in a segment called "Father of the Bribe". Jon not only highlights the numerous charges against Jefferson, but the fact that he kept $90,000 in his freezer. Jon then shows us a nice montage of Bush using the same language he denounced opponents of the immigration reform bill as using, namely, empty political rhetoric such as the word amnesty to induce fear in a segment called "Hasta la Visa". And finally, Rob Riggle visits Disneyland to report on the magic kingdom's dissatisfaction with the city of Anaheim's decision to build low income affordable housing near the park in a segment called "Callous in Wonderland".

75

Michael Barone

Tonight, political analyst and author of Our First Revolution: The Remarkable British Upheaval That Inspired America's Founding Fathers, Michael Barone. Jon begins with "Clusterf@#k to the White House" and a look at Tuesday's Republican debate. Jon highlights some of the debate's finer points from whether the candidates would invade Iraq given what they know now, would they allow openly gay members of the military, and general 'I believe in God' comments and fear mongering. Also, Senior Campaign Theologian John Oliver talks with Jon about God's use of lightning during the debate when Giuliani was speaking about abortion. Finally, Lewis Black in "Back in Black" reports on new technology. Lewis talks about Big Brother in google's new Street View option in google map, a new device allowing movie theatre patrons to rat out rude behavior, and myspace.com reporting the identities of sex predators.

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Eddie Izzard

Tonight, comedian and star of the FX show The Riches and Ocean's 13, Eddie Izzard. Jon begins the show by reporting on London's new Olympic logo for the 2012 Olympics. Apparently, the animated logo was removed from the internet for fear that it would cause seizures. Jon then reports on the G-8 Summit in Germany, which sparked a number of protests in a segment called "8 Simple Rulers". Also, Jon reports on Bush's clash with his buddy Vladimir Putin about what to do about the proposed missile shield over Eastern Europe. Finally, a rerun of Samantha Bee's report on gays "corrupting" Nascar by using Fructis hair care products as a sponsor in a segment called "Gays of Thunder".

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David Steinberg

Tonight, comedian and author of The Book of David, David Steinberg. Jon begins with the weekends big story as Peter Pace, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, was ousted from his position. As CNN attempted to cover this major news story, they were interrupted by the biggest news story of them all, Paris Hilton entering a car going to jail. Jon shows us that as reluctant as CNN was in covering this story, they did it all day anyway. Next, Jon covers Bush's trip to Europe where Bush was treated like a rock star in Albania in a segment called "Albaniacs". Jon calls Dennis Miller for some help in creating a Bush/Albania joke. Bush also met with the Pope for the first time and Senior Papist Jason Jones talks with Jon about Bush's visit. Finally, Resident Expert John Hodgman talks with Jon about why mixed martial arts is so popular.

78

Bob Shrum

Tonight, political consultant and author of No Excuses: Concessions of a Serial Campaigner, Bob Shrum. Jon begins tonight with the Senate's debate over whether they should even vote on the immigration bill in a segment called "Kill Bill". Jon then reports on Alberto Gonzales' no confidence vote in the Senate, again, to see if they should vote on it at all, in a segment called "Kill Bill Volume 2". Finally, Samantha Bee reports on whether the U.S. is ready for some of the various presidential candidates and reports on some of the crazier aspects of Mormonism in a segment called "Is America Ready for a Mormon President?"

79

Allan Brandt

Tonight, the author of The Cigarette Century: The Rise, Fall, and Deadly Persistence of the Product That Defined America, Allan Brandt."Mess O'Potamia" continues as Jon reports on the second bombing of a holy Shi'ite mosque in Samara by insurgents. Jon reports on Bush's war czar Douglas Lute who says that progress in the war is uneven. Jon also talks about how the military is now fighting alongside the very same insurgents they were fighting against, which brings to mind that old adage, the enemy of my enemy is my friend. The segment ends with Senior Iraq Correspondent Aasif Mandvi talking with Jon about these new developments in Iraq. Finally, Senior Black Correspondent Larry Wilmore didn't have much to say about any African-American related news, so after putting on a Detroit Red Wings cap he became a Senior Mexican Correspondent and talked with Jon about immigration reform.

80

Angelina Jolie

Tonight, actress Angelina Jolie promotes her new movie A Mighty Heart. Jon begins the show tonight by showing us the duplicity of White House Press Secretary Tony Snow. Two months ago, Snow said the 8 fired U.S. attorneys were fired for performance reasons. Yesterday, Snow said he never said that. "Clusterf@#k to the White House" continues with Jon reporting on Giuliani's 12 easily mockable commitments, Romney's flip floppery on abortion, & McCain's drunken bout with a burger. Jon then highlights the candidates use of the internet in their campaigns such as: buying Rudy Giuliani gear, dinner with Barack, Hillary Clinton's theme song videos, & Gravel's creepy "Rock" video. Finally, Jon reports on a bit of controversy over at the Weather Channel who's chief climatologist said that no meteorologist should get a seal of approval by the American Meteorological Society if they do not speak about global warming. Senator James Inhoffe (R -Oklahoma) was quite mad saying that the Weather Channel uses fear to increase ratings. Jon shows us a local weather promo ad from Oklahoma that will really scare you into watching the weather report.

81

Steve Carell

Tonight, actor and comedian Steve Carell promotes his new movie Evan Almighty. With so much going on in the Middle East, Jon begins the show and leaves it up to chance by spinning the spinner to see which part of the Middle East he will cover. The winner, the Gaza Strip. Another good old fashioned civil war is in the making as Jon reports on the infighting between Fatah and Hamas in a segment called "Crisis in Gaza: Warportunity in the Middle East". Senior Gaza Correspondent Aasif Mandvi talks with Jon about this recent development. Finally, Senior Movie Reviewer Rob Riggle reviews Evan Almighty in a segment called "Shits & Riggles". He said the movie was really bad, mainly due to the fact that that he is jealous of Steve Carell's booming career.

82

Brian Williams

Tonight, journalist and anchor of NBC's Nightly News, Brian Williams.

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Fareed Zakaria

Tonight, journalist Fareed Zakaria.

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Greg Bear

Tonight, author Greg Bear promotes his new novel Quantico.

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Steve Vogel

Tonight, author of The Pentagon: A History, Steve Vogel. Jon begins tonight with a report on Dick Cheney in a segment called "Dick Move". Cheney refuses to comply with the Information Security Oversight Office, a unit of the National Archives that monitors the Executive Branch's handling of classified information. As Jon reports, Cheney sought to abolish this oversight unit with a shotgun, but when that didn't work, Cheney argued that he is not part of the Executive Branch of government and therefore not subject to an executive order asking him to relinquish information. Senior White House Correspondent John Oliver talked with Jon about how Cheney is his own separate branch of government. Finally, Jason Jones reports on a man who gave his Purple Heart to President Bush because of the emotional pains and criticism Bush is experiencing in a segment called "Heart Attack".

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Bruce Willis

Tonight, actor Bruce Willis promotes his new movie Live Free or Die Hard. Jon begins tonight's show with something you might not know about our illustrious Vice President in a segment called "You Don't Know Dick". Dick Cheney apparently has a man-sized safe in his office that he uses to store his 'workaday business'. Next, Jon reports on four recent Supreme Court decisions in a segment called "Decisions '07". Jon creates a spinner out of the swing vote judge on the court, Anthony Kennedy. Unfortunately, Kennedy sided with the conservative side of the court in every 5-4 decision. Senior Political Analyst Samantha Bee talks with Jon about the make-up of the Supreme Court and the fact that Cheney is a Supreme Court judge too. Finally, "Trendspotting with Demetri Martin". Youth correspondent Demetri Martin talks about credit cards and how they they target college campuses. Demetri finds this to be a good thing as going deeper into debt is alright since were all gonna die someday anyway.

87

Michael Moore

Tonight, director Michael Moore promotes his new documentary, Sicko. Jon begins the show with another installment of "You Don't Know Dick". Tonight's little 'Dick nugget' is the fact that the Vice President's residence at the U.S. Naval Observatory is blocked out of Google Earth and pixelated. This is due to the fact that whatever Cheney touches, pixelates instantly. Next, "Clusterf@#k to the White House". Jon reports on Giuliani's visit to Pat Robertson's Regent University and one of Giuliani's aid indicted on cocaine charges. Jon also reports on Former EPA Administrator Christie Todd Whitman who testified in front of a House subcommittee defending why she allowed 9/11 rescue workers to work in unsafe breathing conditions, proclaiming at the time that the air was safe to breathe. Finally, Lewis Black in "Back in Black". Lewis talks about how right-wingers are trying to make the internet more conservative. Rupert Murdoch who owns Fox News is trying to control the left-wing liberal conspiracy machine by trying to buy it, namely trying to buy the parent company of The Wall Street Journal. Also, Wikipedia has its own conservative version called Conservapedia where it describes homosexuality as an immoral act. Youtube has spun off and been transformed by conservatives into QubeTV, which simply posts conservative video links off of Youtube like a video of Obama morphing into Osama bin Laden. Lewis ends his report telling us about a Daily Show spin-off show on Fox called the 1/2 Hour News Hour.

88

Claire Danes

Tonight, actress Claire Danes promotes her new movie Evening. Jon begins again with tonight's "You Don't Know Dick" as we learn that Dick Cheney invented his own top secret fication stamp that he stamps documents with. In other Cheney news, Cheney once told Senator Patrick Leahy to go f*ck himself. Well today, Leahy got his revenge and sent a subpoena to the V.P. to obtain info on the administrations wiretap program. Next, Jon reports on the immigration bill that was resurrected only to be killed once again in a segment called "Mexican Standoff". Resident Expert John Hodgman reports on the debate over this bill, including footage of some media pundits who claim illegal aliens bring in disease and criminals into the U.S. Finally, the iPhone is coming out this Friday and Senior Technology Correspondent Rob Riggle will do anything to get his hands on one, including kicking over baby strollers.

89

Josh Rushing

Tonight, author of Mission Al Jazeera: Build a Bridge, Seek the Truth, Change the World, U.S. Marine Captain Josh Rushing, a former press officer for U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) during the 2003 Invasion of Iraq. Jon returns after two weeks off and begins by reporting on the Scooter Libby commutation. Next, Jon reports on the 'progress' made in Iraq the last two weeks in "Mess O'Potomac". As the Iraqi Parliament is taking off the whole month of August because of the sweltering heat in Baghdad, Jon reports on the Iraqi report card released by the Bush administration last week. Jon also shows us the political contortions used by the Bush administration to sell this progress. Senior Military Affairs Correspondent Rob Riggle talks with Jon about these latest developments. Finally, John Oliver files a report on Sen. James Inhofe's proposal to make English the official language of the U.S. in a segment called "Language Burier".

90

Christopher Walken

Tonight, actor Christopher Walken promotes his new movie Hairspray. Jon begins tonight reporting on Louisiana Senator David Vitter, who recently was found to be on the D.C. madam's phone list. So you think the Bush administration can't sink any lower with all the scandals surrounding them right now, well Jon has a surprise for us in a segment called "You Have No Idea!" Former Bush administration Surgeon General Dr. Richard Carmona was not allowed to speak at the Special Olympics because the Kennedy's support the Olympics. Also, Dr. Carmona had to mention Bush in a positive light at his speaking engagements, a minimum of 3 times. His homophobic replacement Dr. John Holsinger was a worthy replacement, as Jon notes from Dr. Holsinger's reports writing in graphic detail about a scientific basis as to why homosexuality is abnormal. Finally, Jon reports on the Catholic church sex abuse scandal in a segment called "Hot & Fathered". The church settled the case with 508 abused victims for $660 million. As Jon notes, half the money comes from the church's sex abuse insurance coverage and it will all be distributed according to the degree of abuse, as assessed by the insurance claims adjuster. L.A. Correspondent Samantha Bee gives Hollywood's reaction to the settlement.

91

Matt Groening

Tonight, the creator of The Simpsons, who is also promoting the upcoming Simpsons Movie, Matt Groening. Jon begins the show tonight commenting on the Atlanta Falcons quarterback arrested for dogfighting. Jon then reports on the Senate all-nighter as Dems try to tire Republicans out with debate over the Iraq War in a segment called "C-Span After Dark". As Jon notes, the all-night session had a simple message, 'Let Us Vote'. Dems want to vote on an amendment that would bring the troops home by next April while the Republicans are using a filibuster to block them from even voting. The final tally, 52-47, short of the 60 votes needed. Political Theatre Critic John Oliver highlights some of the more dramatic aspects of the Senate debates. Washington Bureau Chief Aasif Mandvi talks with Jon about the sacrifice Senators made in staying up all night.

92

Adam Sandler

Tonight, Adam Sandler promotes his new movie I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry. Jon begins by going to Senior Literary Correspondent John Oliver who's at a local NYC bookstore with a report on the upcoming final Harry Potter book in a segment called "Harry Potter and the Endless Build Up". Jon then reports on the current state of Al Qaeda in a segment called "Return of the Jihad". Bush's rhetoric over the years that the terrorist group has weakened is contradictory to a recent National Intelligence Estimate stating that Al Qaeda is stronger than ever. The Bush administration insists that they were right to invade Iraq because it has weakened the terrorists, yet we need to continue to stay in Iraq because of how strong the terrorists are there. Jon talks with Senior Political Correspondent Aasif Mandvi about this mind boggling contradiction. Finally, Jon reports on the death of the loving Jew hating mouse Farfour from the Hamas run children's show Pioneers of Tomorrow who was killed by an Israeli agent for refusing to turn over Palestinian lands in a segment called "Farfour 2007-2007". Farfour's replacement is his cousin, a giant bee named Nahoul. Jon then shows us the Israeli response in a clip from a Jewish run children's program called Dr. Bagelman's Hour of Hate.

93

Neil deGrasse Tyson

Tonight, astrophysicist and the host of the new PBS show NOVA ScienceNOW, Neil deGrasse Tyson. Jon begins tonight reporting on the short lived presidency of Dick Cheney last Saturday in a segment called "The Cheney Presidency Remembered". While Bush was undergoing a colonoscopy and had to be under anasthesia, Dick Cheney was President for 2 hours. Jon gives a blow by blow account of this event, taking us on a tour of Bush's colon and Cheney's short lived attempt to start another war. Senior Presidential Historian Samantha Kearns Bee talks about the history of this temporary transfer of power in her new book on the Cheney presidency called "Classified, Assified, or Grassified: Nobody Presides for Free, The Cheney Presidency". Jon then reports on the ambassador to Iraq, Ryan Crocker, who talked with the Senate Foreign Relations Committee via a 60" plasma television from Iraq in a continuing show segment called "Mess O' Potomac". Technical difficulties riddled the Senates attempt to talk with Crocker. Crocker summed up his update on Iraq in one word, fear. Finally, Jon talks about Bush's use of so-called experts in segment called "Expert Tease".

94

Robert Pallitto

Tonight, political scientist and author of Presidential Secrecy and the Law, Robert Pallitto. Jon devotes the entire episode to the CNN YouTube debate last night in a segment called "Indecision v.2.008". Senior Political Reporter Jason Jones talks about his concern that everyday people asking candidates questions threatens real life reporters. Finally, John Oliver takes over Demitri Martin's "Trendspotting" and asks the question whether the YouTube debate has youthanized politics.

95

Rob Gifford

Tonight, a correspondent on National Public Radio and author of China Road: A Journey into the Future of a Rising Power, Rob Gifford. Jon begins tonight reporting on the House Judiciary Committee citing Josh Bolten and Harriet Miers with contempt of Congress for refusing to testify under oath about the Alberto Gonzalez firings. Who enforces this contempt of Congress charge, why Alberto Gonzalez of course. Jon continues by looking at Alberto's testimony yesterday before the Senate Judiciary Committee in a segment called "Hearing Problems". Alberto's 'I don't recalls' have transformed into flat out refusals to answer any questions. Senior White House Correspondent Rob Riggle discusses the situation with Jon. Finally, Lewis Black in "Back in Black". Lewis takes on professional athletes beginning with Barry Bonds who is about to break the all time home run record while on steroids, NFL quarterback Michael Vick arrested for running a dogfight, & NBA referee Tim Donaghy for fixing several games he bet on.

96

Robert Dallek

Tonight, presidential historian and author of Nixon and Kissinger: Partners in Power, Robert Dallek. Jon begins tonight's show reporting on a story from New Zealand in a segment called "Kiwi the People". The democratically elected government of New Zealand banned the use of any footage from their Parliament for the purpose of satire, ridicule, or denigration. Jon comes to the rescue, taking some footage of their Parliament and spices it up with some political satire and fart jokes. Jon also reports on the suspensions of cyclists in the Tour de France for suspected drug use in a segment called "The Audacity of Dope". Then, Senior Flood Correspondent John Oliver reports from the top of London's Big Ben due to the massive flooding of Great Britain in a segment called "London Flooding". Finally, Jason Jones reports on a lazy Las Vegas man who rents a scooter used for disabled people to move around the city in a segment called "High Rollers".

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Alastair Campbell

Tonight, former press secretary to Tony Blair as well as the author of The Blair Years: The Alastair Campbell Diaries, Alastair Campbell. Jon begins tonight with some sports news as Iraq's soccer team defeats Saudi Arabia in the Asian Cup in a segment called "Achieving Our Goooal". Senior "Football" Correspondent John Oliver talked about the celebrations in the streets of Iraq resulting in only seven deaths for the day, a record low for Iraq. Jon then talks about Sen. Patrick Leahy who issued a subpoena for Karl Rove to testify about the fired U.S. attorney's scandal in a segment called "The Sworn Supremacy". Also, Senior White House Correspondent Aasif Mandvi talks about the use of contempt by the Bush administration. Finally, Jon reports on Britain's new prime minister Gordon Brown who had a sleepover with Bush at Camp David in a segment called "Foxy Brown". As Jon notes, Bush has a new British lapdog.

98

Lewis Gordon Pugh

Tonight, swimmer & environmentalist Lewis Gordon Pugh. Jon begins tonight reporting on an old Daily Show favorite, Senator Ted Stevens in a segment called "Buy-Cameral Legislature". The FBI & IRS raided Senator Stevens Alaskan home due to allegations that he took oil company bribes in return for lucrative state contracts. As Jon reports, Stevens is being investigated due to his relationship with Bill Allen, an oil company contractor who was convicted this year of bribing state lawmakers. Stevens' home renovation more than doubled the size of his home & was overseen by Allen who's company has made millions in federal contracts. Senior Legislative Correspondent Jason Jones discusses some recent stories of political corruption. Jon then reports on the media's focus on the amount of cleavage shown and clothing worn by the presidential candidates in a segment called "Indecision '08". Resident Expert John Hodgman talks to Jon about how this focus on style over substance has reared it's face in the history of presidential politics via television and radio. Finally, Aasif Mandvi reports on the effect the recent intercontinental Live Earth concert has had on our country and culture. As we see from Aasif's report, raising awareness for global warming through crass consumerism is worth it, especially for Bon Jovi fans.

99

Jed Babbin

Tonight, former deputy undersecretary of defense during the first Bush administration and author of In The Words of Our Enemies, Jed Babbin. Jon begins tonight reporting on a "giant squid having sex with bigfoot" moment as both Donald Rumsfeld and Dick Cheney were on television yesterday answering questions. Jon first reports on Rumsfeld who was called before the Senate to answer questions about the friendly fire death/coverup of Pat Tillman in a segment called "The Rummy Returns". As Jon notes, even though Rumsfeld has been out of the game for awhile, he jumps right back in not recalling anything. Next, Jon reports on Dick Cheney who was interviewed by CNN's Larry King in a segment called "I Now Pronounce You Dick & Larry". Jon highlights the better parts of the interview, such as Cheney's lack of regret & disregard of polls. Finally, Senior Black Correspondent Larry Wilmore talks with Jon about the recent stock market losses because of problems in the housing market due to sub-prime loans. Larry suggests this is a method employed by African-Americans to get back at the man, even going so far as saying sub-prime is the financial n-word.

100

Matt Damon

Tonight, actor and star of the new film The Bourne Ultimatum, Matt Damon. Jon begins tonight with another Dick Cheney fun fact in a segment called "You Don't Know Dick". When Dick was secretary of defense for the first President Bush, he met with King Hassan of Morocco. As the meeting started, the king put a small silver box containing a fragment of the Koran in his translator's hand and swore him to secrecy on pain of death, whereupon Cheney said, "Damn, I need one of those”. Next, Jon reports on how the presidential candidates use food in there internet clips in a segment called "Indecision v. 2.008: Food Edition". Jon shows us various clips: the Clintons eating at a Dairy Queen, dinner with Barack contest winners converse, Edwards eats at Wendy's for his 30th anniversary, and Giuliani apparently doesn't eat food, just terrorists. Finally, "Clusterf@#k to the White House" continues as Clinton v. Obama duke it out over whether they should talk to controversial foreign leaders like Castro and such. As Jon notes, the media overhype the story with some choice boxing metaphors.

101

Andy Samberg

Tonight, comedian Andy Samberg from Saturday Night Live and the star of the new movie Hot Rod. Jon begins tonight reporting on Florida Representative Bob Allen who was caught offering money to an undercover police officer for oral sex in a segment called "Clusterf@#k to the White House: Drop and Give Me $20". As Jon notes, Bob Allen authored a bill outlawing the very same lewd acts in public he was caught of and is also the state co-chair of John McCain's campaign. Mr. Allen has a simple explanation for this incident, his fear of black people. Senior Political Correspondent John Oliver talks with Jon about other possible defenses Allen could have used instead of being racist. Clusterf@#k continues as Jon reports on the Democratic meeting in Chicago to debate amongst online bloggers in a segment called "Yearly Kos Convention". The highlight of the event was Hillary Clinton, who says she accepts money from lobbyists because they're real people, but is not influenced by them. Jon then reports on the Republicans who skipped church last Sunday to appear in a forum conducted on ABC where they were asked about one of their biggest mistakes. Finally, Jason Jones reports about a project called Cape Wind that will plant hundreds of wind power plants in Nantucket Sound and the rich people who claim that their beautiful views will be destroyed, including Senator Ted Kennedy.

102

Joe Biden

Tonight, presidential candidate and author of Promises to Keep: On Life and Politics, Senator Joe Biden. Jon begins tonight reporting on Barry Bonds hitting 756 homeruns, breaking Hank Aaron's record. Senior Correspondent Rob Riggle talks to Jon about where he was during this historic event. Jon then reports on the missing 200,000 weapons given to Iraqi security forces in a segment called "Going, Going, Gun". General Petraeus explains this mishap by saying it was a clerical error. As Jon notes, this isn't the first time something has gone missing in Iraq. The list includes such things as 380 tons of explosives, 12 billion U.S. taxpayer dollars, & 300,000 barrels a day for four years of Iraqi crude oil. Finally, Buck Henry stopped by to talk about Rupert Murdoch who purchased Dow Jones for $5 billion, which is also the company that owns the Wall Street Journal in a segment called "The Henry Stops Here". Buck talks with Jon about the concern that the Journal will be slanted to the conservative right like Murdoch's other newspapers and media outlets.

103

Tal Ben-Shahar

Tonight, psychologist and author of Happier: Learn the Secrets to Daily Joy and Lasting Fulfillment, Tal Ben-Shahar. Jon begins tonight reporting on the recent FOX News interview of President Bush with Neil Cavuto in a segment called "President Bush: In His Own Words". Jon pokes fun at all the nonsensical ways Bush tries to get his point across and his attempt to explain to us, 'in other words', how he thinks. Finally, Jon reports on Mitt Romney's five sons who have decided to forego military service for a more nobler cause, getting their dad elected in a segment called "Mess O' Poromnia". Senior Campaign Embedder Aasif Mandvi reports from Iowa about the five brothers struggle.

104

Bill Kristol

Tonight, editor of The Weekly Standard, Bill Kristol. Jon begins tonight with a curious tingling sensation running down the back of his spine. Karl Rove resigned from the Bush administation in a segment called "The Departed". Senior White House Correspondent John Oliver talks with Jon about this new story. Finally, Jon talks about the frequent occurrence of memory loss in the Bush administration. Is it some sort of contagious virus? To discover the true cause of this vexing problem, Jon talks with Dr. Mony J. de Leon, Professor of Psychiatry and Director of the Center for Brain Health at NYU.

105

Denis Leary

Tonight, star of the show Rescue Me, Denis Leary. Wolfowitz, Rumsfeld, and now Rove gone, Jon begins tonight reporting on the new blood being injected into the Bush administration in a segment called "Rice & Ripken: Together at... Why!?" Condoleeza Rice announced that Cal Ripken Jr. will be a U.S. public diplomacy envoy, who's first mission is to go to China. Jon then reports on the recent Democratic candidates forum on the channel Logo, a channel geared towards homosexuals in a segment called "Clusterf@#k to the White House: Divas Live". Melissa Etheridge was one of the participants questioning the Democrats, all the while, constantly talking about herself. Jon then shows various clips of the candidates trying to support the gay community, while at the same time trying to show the rest of the country that they don't support them, otherwise known as gay marriage golf. Clinton & Obama both almost make it into the hole, Edwards shagged it back into the bunker, & Kucinich gets a hole-in-one by supporting gay rights and marriage. Bill Richardson was also in the spotlight when he said that homosexuals choose to be gay, later explaining his remark by saying that he didn't understand the question due to jet lag. Jon ends the segment by cutting various clips from the forum into a gay sexual innuendo montage proclaimed as "The Daily Show's Most Immature Montage Ever". Finally, Jon reports on the Iowa straw poll in a segment called "Children of the Corn". The winner, Mitt Romney with 30% of the vote, but as Jon shows us, the media doesn't know if that poll even matters. The poll had 40% less people than the poll from 1999, but as the candidates tell us, it was due to the hot 150 degree weather. Jon then explains what the Iowa straw poll actually is, which is basically an informal poll of Republican voters who have to pay a $35 admission fee (usually payed by the candidates to get people to show up).

106

Stephen F. Hayes

Tonight, author of Cheney: The Untold Story of America's Most Powerful and Controversial Vice President, Stephen F. Hayes. Jon first reports on the recent visit of Nicolas Sarkozy with President Bush in Maine. Senior Western White House Correspondent Samantha Bee reports from Crawford, TX with some record breaking news. Bush has taken 423 vacation days and is on the verge of breaking Ronald Reagans 436. Next, Larry Wilmore asks the question, "Is America Ready For A Black President?" Larry looks at Obama and whether he's black enough to be considered black and also uses the Negrometer to determine how black a president America is ready for. Finally, Jon shows us a 1994 video of Dick Cheney explaining why it was good thing we didn't invade Baghdad during the first Iraq War in a segment called "Even Dick Don't Know Dick". His predictions back in 1994, his concern that if Saddam is removed what would be put in its place, that Iraq will splinter off into separate parts if the central government falls, and that it would be a quagmire as far as handling it, all came true.

107

John McCain

Tonight, Republican presidential candidate Sen. John McCain promotes his new book, Hard Call: Great Decisions and the Extraordinary People Who Made Them. Jon first reports on the China toy recall crisis in a segment called "Great Recall of China". Senior Plaything Analyst John Oliver reports from his play room on this breaking story. And finally "Cluster@#k to the White House" continues with Jon reporting on Hillary Clinton who refuses to share her personal papers from when she was in the White House with Bill. Also, Jon shows various clips of presidential candidates going to hospitals; Clinton steps in the shoes of a nurse, Edwards shaves an old man, & Obama cleans a hospital room.

108

Nikolas Kozloff

Tonight, author of Hugo Chavez: Oil, Politics, and the Challenge to the U.S., Nikolas Kozloff. Jon begins the show tonight going live from Baghdad to the show's two Senior Baghdad Correspondent's, Rob Riggle & Aasif Mandvi in a segment called "Operation Silent Thunder". The two correspondent's compete to prove who really is in Iraq. Riggle prevails and ends the segment showing us some of his experiences in Iraq. Jon then reports on the Democrats, who for the 27th time meet to debate in a continuing show segment, "Clusterf@#k to the White House". Some of the big highlights was the fly landing on Sen. Chris Dodd's head and the camera's intense focus on Dennis Kucinich's very attractive wife, even when Kucinich wasn't speaking. Finally, Jon reports on Hugo Chavez who is consolodating his power by attempting to eliminate presidential term limits, silencing a television channel which is critical of his policies, and buying $3 billion worth of weapons in case the U.S. invades.

109

Alan Weisman

Tonight, journalist and author of The World Without Us, Alan Weisman. Jon begins tonight reporting on NBC Sports coverage of the Michael Vick guilty plea. The coverage was apparently more concerned about Vick's career and the gambling aspect of the dogfighting scandal. Jon then goes to Senior Baghdad Correspondent Rob Riggle who's in Iraq in a segment called "Operation: Fluffy Bunny". Rep. Mike Pence once compared Iraq to a summer market in Indiana. Riggle shows us the subtle similarities between Indiana and Iraq. Finally, Jon reports on Karl Rove's farewell tour on the Sunday morning talk show circuit and reviews some of Karl Rove's greatest hits in a segment called "Superbad".

110

Barack Obama

Tonight, presidential candidate Senator Barack Obama. Jon begins tonight reporting on the impatience President Bush is trying to quell about the Iraq War and the concerns over the Iraqi Parliament's vacation time in August due to the 130 degree heat in Iraq. Jon goes to Senior Baghdad Correspondent Rob Riggle who's in Iraq in a segment called "Operation Macho Kick-Ass". Riggle shows us some clips of American troops wishing the Iraqi Parliament a good vacation as they do menial tasks around Iraq. Finally, Jon reports on the complex intricacies that is American foreign policy in a segment called "America To The Rescue". For example, invading Iraq has strengthened Iran, creating fear in Saudi Arabia, leading to the U.S. selling $20 billion of weapons to the Saudi's, thus intimidating the Israeli's who are afraid of Hamas which is supported by the Saudi's, causing the U.S. to increase military aid to Israel by 25% or $30 billion over 10 years. This smart foreign policy experience is nothing new. As Jon shows us from back in 1990, the U.S. helped liberate Kuwait, which was invaded by Iraq, who was armed by the U.S. to fight Iran, leading also to American troops being stationed in Saudi Arabia to alleviate fears that Saddam might strike there, pissing off Osama bin Laden, who was fighting the Russians in Afghanistan with weapons given to him by the U.S.

111

John Nagl

Tonight, one of the military's staff who helped write the Counterinsurgency Field Manual, Lt. Col. John Nagl. Jon first reports on President Bush, who goes over a list of America's past wars to gain support for the Iraq War in a segment called "War Wars". Bush has also apparently changed his mind and is now comparing Iraq to Vietnam, saying that America's mistake was not starting the Vietnam War, but ending it. Senior Political Correspondent Aasif Mandvi reviews Bush's speech from Crawford TX talking about the potential benefits of prolonging the Vietnam War. For instance, Bush would have prolonged his college career to avoid being sent over to Vietnam and would have become a smarter man. Another added benefit, the splendor that would be the Vietnam Memorial, which could be seen from space as it stretches from D.C. to Times Square with the names of the victims. Finally, Senior Baghdad Correspondent Rob Riggle files his final report from Iraq in a segment called "Operation Thundering Cameltoe". Riggle reviews some of the highlights of his visit by writing a letter to his mom. Riggle's favorite part of the trip, shooting different kinds of machine guns into the sand.

112

Jeff Garlin

Tonight, comedian Jeff Garlin promotes his new movie I Want Someone to Eat Cheese With and the airing of new shows for Curb Your Enthusiasm. Jon begins tonight's show with news that Senator Larry Craig filed court papers to withdraw his guilty plea over the bathroom sex bust. Senior Public Restroom Correspondent Rob Corddry returns to the show after spending a year undercover at the Minneapolis Int'l Airport. Rob discusses the in's and out's of gay bathroom sex etiquette. Jon concludes the segment with a song highlighting the juicy details about the Craig scandal with a hip-hop singer in a segment called "R-Party: Trapped in the Closet". Finally, "Mess O'Potamia" continues with the Petraus report coming out today and Bush's 6 hour trip to Iraq last week. Senior Foreign Policy Analyst Rob Riggle talked about the progress Bush saw with his own eyes during his short trip inside a heavily fortified part of Iraq's Anbar province.

113

Jodie Foster

Tonight, actress Jodie Foster promotes her new movie, The Brave One. Jon begins tonight's show reporting on the overly hyped Petraeus report on the progress made in Iraq in a segment called "Iraq Me Dave Petraeus". As Jon notes, Petraeus' testimony before the House had some mic problems. Petraeus also gave a disclaimer before officially testifying saying that he wrote the report himself and not the White House. But as Jon shows us in back to back clips, Petraeus and Bush essentially speak the same language. Resident Expert John Hodgman stopped by to talk with Jon about his keys to success and how Bush consistently redefines failure as success.

114

Robert Draper

Tonight, author of Dead Certain: The Presidency of George W. Bush, Robert Draper. Jon begins tonight's show with some news out of Russia. It seem Vladimir Putin not only dissolved his government by firing his prime minister and his entire cabinet, but also exploded the "father of all bombs", which despite its capability of evaporating all life, is also environmentally friendly. Next, Jon reports on some screaming war protesters at General Petraeus' hearing in a segment called "You're Not Helping". Jon then reports on the Democratic debates on the spanish channel Univision in a segment called "Clusterf@#k a la Casa Blanca". Some of the highlights, candidate Bill Richardson was barred from speaking Spanish so as not to gain an unfair advantage, the major topic for the night was of course immigration, and the Republican version was cancelled because only John McCain signed up. Finally, John Oliver speaks with the Qatari ambassador to the U.N. about a little unknown country called Qatar in a segment called "Oliver's Travels".

115

Douglas Farah

Tonight, journalist and author of Merchant of Death: Money, Guns, Planes, and the Man Who Makes War Possible, Douglas Farah. Jon begins tonight's show with an update on Senator John McCain's Straight Talk Express bus now changed into the No Surrender bus. Jon called John over the phone to see how the new bus was treating the Senator. Next, Jon talks about Petraeus' Senate testimony and the 7 minutes allowed per Senator to ask their questions in a segment called "Iraq Me: Dave Petraeus". Senator Barbara Boxer spent the entire 7 minutes not asking a single question. Finally, Samantha Bee in a segment called "This Week In God: Back to School Edition". The religious topics this evening: a plan to teach Arabic in a public school in Brooklyn whose principal was eventually fired for a white Jewish lady, footbaths for Muslims in a university unisex bathroom, and a religious university created by the founder of Dominoes pizza.

116

Alan Greenspan

Tonight, former Federal Reserve Chairman and author of The Age of Turbulence: Adventures in a New World, Alan Greenspan. Jon begins tonight with a look at the burgeoning new O.J. Simpson story and the media's spin on the phrase, "What goes on in Vegas, stays in Vegas". Next, Jon tries to sum up Alberto Gonzalez in three words as Alberto enjoyed his last day as Attorney General last Friday in a segment called "That's Al Folks". Finally, Samantha Bee asks the question, "Are We Ready For A Woman President?"

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Wesley Clark

Tonight, former Supreme Allied Commander of NATO and author of A Time to Lead: For Duty, Honor and Country, Gen. Wesley Clark.

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Bill Clinton

Tonight, former President Bill Clinton promotes his new book, Giving: How Each of Us Can Change the World.

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John Bowe

Tonight, journalist and author of Nobodies: Modern American Slave Labor and the Dark Side of the New Global Economy, John Bowe.

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Evo Morales

Tonight, the current President of Bolivia, Evo Morales.

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Jamie Foxx

Tonight, actor and star of the new movie The Kingdom, Jamie Foxx.

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Ken Burns

Tonight, documentary filmmaker Ken Burns promotes his new documentary The War, a seven part series on how WWII impacted American family life.

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Jack Cafferty

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Chris Matthews

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Ted Koppel

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Jack Goldsmith

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Vicente Fox

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Tiki Barber

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Lynne Cheney

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Howard Kurtz

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Tony Snow

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Meryl Streep

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Jake Gyllenhaal

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Ben Affleck

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Michael Gerson

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Valerie Plame Wilson

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David Wright

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Jerry Seinfeld

Episode Description

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Ronald Seeber

Tonight, a professor of labor relations at Cornell University who shares his views on worker strikes, Ronald Seeber. Jon begins tonights show by sharing his statement of solidarity with the writer's strike by showcasing his unibrow. Also, the show's name has been changed until the strike is over to A Daily Show With Jon Stewart. Jon then reports on the winners of the Iowa caucus. Finally, Jon summarizes the conflict surrounding the Writers Guild strike in a segment called "Space Reserved For Clever Pun".

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David Frum

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John Zogby

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Lou Dobbs

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Fareed Zakaria

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Amb. John Bolton

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Jonah Goldberg

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Allen Raymond

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Jon Meacham

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Jim Wallis

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P.J. O'Rourke

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Gerri Willis

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Phil Simms

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Doris Kearns Goodwin

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Peggy Noonan

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Karen Tumulty

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Tim Gunn

In 2008, during the Writers Guild of America strike, Stephen Colbert and Conan stop by to debate who truly made then-presidential candidate Mike Huckabee.

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Chris Wallace

“Fox News Sunday” host Chris Wallace discusses election results with Jon.

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Tom Brokaw

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Laton McCartney

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Philip Shenon

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Bill Kristol

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Mark Siegel

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Lee Siegel

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Madeleine Albright

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Allen Guelzo

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Brian Williams

Tonight, the anchor and managing editor of NBC Nightly News, Brian Williams. Jon begins tonight's show with a look at Bush's recent presidential news conference and his trip to Africa in a segment called "Bushman of Africa". Senior White House Correspondent John Oliver was along for the ride with President Bush in Africa and talks with Jon about his experience. Finally, Expert Youth Politics Reporter on Voting Demetri Martin reports on why the youth vote is so important this election year in a segment called "Trendspotting with Demetri Martin". The TDS Street Team hits the New York City bar scene and asks young people who their voting for.

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Hillary Clinton

Tonight, presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

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Ralph Nader

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Martin Fletcher

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Tom Daschle

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Gen. William B. Caldwell

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Grover Norquist

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Ronald Kessler

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Dana Perino

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Brian Fagan

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Jeffrey Sachs

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Arlen Specter

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Alex Kingsbury

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Chuck Hagel

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Simon LeVay

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William Safire

Safire's Political Dictionary

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George Clooney

Leatherheads

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Nathan Lane

November

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Cokie Roberts

Ladies of Liberty

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Steve Coll

The Bin Ladens

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Aram Roston

The Man Who Pushed America To War

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Judd Apatow

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Jack Goldsmith

The Terror Presidency

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Peter Steinfels

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Uma Thurman

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Barack Obama

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John Waters

Tonight, cult film director John Waters. Jon begins the show tonight looking at the presidential candidates addressing the audience of the WWE. Next, Jon takes a look at so-called military analysts the media uses, but the Pentagon call message force multipliers in a segment called "The Less You Know". Senior Military Analyst Rob Riggle talks with Jon about the recent Pentagon report about Pakistan being a safe haven for terrorists. Finally, Samantha Bee and Larry Wilmore visit Pennsylvania and talk with some voters.

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Howard Fineman

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Colin Firth

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Jimmy Carter

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Newt Gingrich

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Robert Schlesinger

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Howard Dean

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Harry Reid

61

Fareed Zakaria

62

John McCain

63

David D. Perlmutter

64

Douglas J. Feith

65

Bill Moyers

66

John Harwood

67

Denis Leary

68

Matt Taibbi

69

Fred Burton

70

Richard Clark

71

Scott McClellan

72

David Sedaris

73

Barbara Walters

74

Adam Sandler

75

Jim Webb

76

Ralph Reed

77

Rick Shenkman

78

Richard Engel

79

David Iglesias

80

Lara Logan

81

Steve Carell

Tonight, comedian and actor Steve Carell talks about his new movie Get Smart.

82

Mike Myers

Tonight, actor and comedian Mike Myers talks about his new movie The Love Guru.

83

James McAvoy

Tonight, actor James McAvoy talks about his new movie with Angeline Jolie, Wanted.

84

James Harding

Tonight, the editor from The Times in London, James Harding talks about his new book Alpha Dogs: The Americans Who Turned Political Spin into a Global Business.

85

Coldplay

Tonight, English rock band Coldplay sing a few songs from their new album, Viva La Vida.

86

Ted Koppel

Tonight, Ted Koppel talks about his new special about the symbiotic relationship between the U.S. and China on the Discovery Channel called The People's Republic of Capitalism.

87

Andrew Ward

Author Andrew Ward discusses his new book, The Slaves' War.

88

Pierce Brosnan

Pierce Brosnan talks about his new movie Mamma Mia!

89

Kenneth Pollack

President Bush is optimistic about the economy, Jason Jones tries to turn Americans' frowns upside down, and Kenneth Pollack explains where we went wrong in the Middle East

90

Maggie Gyllenhaal

Jon breaks out the Dobbs-O-Meter to measure how well the presidential candidates are doing with the Latino community. Kristen Schaal studies the cougar species, and invents her own name for men who date younger women. Maggie Gyllenhaal tells Jon how Batman made her weak in the knees.

91

Richard Bitner

Barack Obama travels to the Middle East with all three major network news anchors tagging along. Rob Riggle, Larry Wilmore, John Oliver, Wyatt Cenac and Ed Helms are excited to cover Obama's trip to Baghdad. Wyatt Cenac goes to South Florida to find out which candidate the elderly Jews are voting for, and Richard Bitner explains the risky business of subprime mortgages.

92

Will Ferrell & John C. Reilly

Obama Quest continues as Barack Obama visits his birthplace in Bethlehem. Former high-ranking Bush administration officials refuse to answer questions from the House Judiciary Committee, while John Oliver explains we're in a golden age of obstructive politics, and we don't even know it. Lewis Black lists America's insane deals in its End of an Empire Sale, and Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly show off their calves.

93

T.J. English

Robert Novak hits a pedestrian with his car, and Barack Obama visits the holy land.

94

Geo Beach

Geo Beach, host of the History Channel's "Tougher in Alaska," tells Jon why America's coldest state is also its greatest.

95

Nancy Pelosi

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi tells Jon about her new book, "Know Your Power: A Message to America's Daughters."

96

Bill Bishop

97

Ben Wattenberg

98

Brian Williams

99

Dennis Hopper

100

Seth Rogen

101

Chuck Schumer

102

David Gregory

103

Ron Suskind

104

Mel Martinez

105

Philip Pan

106

Ben Stiller

107

Guess Who's Coming to Denver pt.1 (Gov. Tim Kaine)

108

Guess Who's Coming to Denver pt.2 (Howard Dean)

109

Evan Bayh

110

Barack Obamas Acceptance Speech

111

Brian Williams

112

Newt Gingrich

113

Mike Huckabee

114

Senator McCains Acceptance Speech

115

Barton Gellman

Jon Stewart discusses the importance of blinking. Sarah Palin will talk to the press as soon as they stop asking her questions. Jason Jones is the only correspondent in the news team with his own spin-off. Washington Post reporter Barton Gellman discusses his book Angler about Dick Cheney's time as the vice-president.

116

Ricky Gervais

Ricky Gervais talks about his new film, Ghost Town.

117

Charlize Theron

Charlize Theron talks about her new movie Battle In Seattle.

118

Tony Blair

Jon talks to former British Prime Minister Tony Blair

119

Bill Clinton

Former President Bill Clinton stops by the show tonight to discuss the current election.

120

Aaron Eckhart

Aaron Eckhart discusses his role in The Dark Knight.

121

Bob Schieffer

Journalist and host of CBS's Face the Nation Bob Schieffer talks about his new book Bob Schieffer's America.

122

Hooman Majd

Wyatt Cenac watches the debate with some elderly Jewish residents, and Hooman Majd explains that it's within Iran's rights to have nuclear enrichment of uranium on their own soil.

123

Bill Maher

124

Peggy Noonan

125

Clint Eastwood

126

Tim Robbins

127

Sarah Vowell

128

Michelle Obama

129

Robert De Niro

130

Amity Shlaes

Amity Shlaes discusses her book "The Forgotten Man".

131

Ari Fleischer

132

Richard Lewis

133

Robert Reich

134

Eugene Jarecki

Eugene Jarecki, author of “The American Way of War,” tells Jon how today’s wars have hurt America.

135

Christopher Buckley

Christopher Buckley, author of “Supreme Courtship,” talks about why his decision to endorse Barack Obama has been generating so much buzz.

136

Tom Brokaw

NBC News Special Correspondent Tom Brokaw reflects on a pivotal decade in our nation’s history with his book, “Boom! Talking About the Sixties.”

137

Jon Corzine

Jon Corzine talks about the effects of the financial crisis on New Jersey.

138

Campbell Brown

139

Steve Martin

140

Barack Obama

141

Bill Kristol

Bill Kristol believes Obama will be a conventionally liberal president.

142

Doris Kearns Goodwin

Doris Kearns Goodwin believes Barack Obama will win, no question.

143

Indecision 2008: America's Choice

The towering giants of fake news reunite for their hour-long Election Night special, Indecision 2008: America's Choice. Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert report live from Indecision World Headquarters where Comedy Central has rounded up the best researchers and consultants (that it can afford) to provide shallow analysis, obscure factoids, random guesses and pointless sound.

144

Chris Wallace

The Fox News Sunday anchor delivers an election postmortem.

145

Paul Rudd

With guest Paul Rudd.

146

Thomas Friedman

147

T. Boone Pickens

Sarah Palin launches a PR blitz, and T. Boone Pickens wants to end our dependence on foreign oil.

148

Bill O'Reilly

Paul Broun compares Obama to Hitler, and Jon doesn't want Bill O'Reilly to be afraid anymore.

149

David Frost

George W. Bush hosts the G20 Summit, and Sir David Frost discusses his legendary Nixon interview.

150

Denis Leary

Denis Leary talks about Autism

151

Jon Meacham

Dick Cheney is indicted, while Joe Lieberman and Ted Stevens face the wrath of their parties.

152

Richard Belzer

Iraq surrenders, and Richard Belzer reads a passage from Obama's inaugural address.

153

Anne Hathaway

Three people die in an attempt to get a jump on their holiday shopping. John Oliver explains who is responsible for the terror attacks in Mumbai. Plaxico Burress lets down America's youth by shooting himself in the thigh. MSNBC replaces Fox News as the new administration's mouthpiece, and Anne Hathaway vows to become a train wreck.

154

Calvin Trillin

Calvin Trillin reads his poems about Al Gore, Sarah Palin and John McCain.

155

Arianna Huffington

The new Planned Parenthood gift cards make great holiday presents. George W. Bush winds down his presidency with a Charlie Gibson interview. John Hodgman lets Jon know he's also a lame duck, and Arianna Huffington explains blogging.

156

Ron Howard

Three auto industry CEOs carpool to Washington to ask again for a bailout. Dr. Aasif Mandvi learns there's no cure for liberalism. Ron Howard does a cheesy Richard Nixon impression.

157

Matthew Alexander

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper shuts Parliament down. Samantha Bee, John Oliver and Aasif Mandvi discuss Canada's dependence on Great Britain. Matthew Alexander explains why torture is counterproductive in interrogating terrorists.

158

Mike Huckabee

Rod Blagojevich couldn't have made it any easier for the authorities to arrest him. Many of the nation's newspapers are on the brink of collapse thanks to the Internet. Mike Huckabee says the reason we have so much government is because people don't behave well with each other.

159

Don Rickles

Jason Jones shows some telling footage from his interview with Rod Blagojevich three years ago. Rob Riggle and his uniquely physical interviewing style won't soon be forgotten. Don Rickles gloats over beating Jon at the Emmys.

160

Philip Seymour Hoffman

Hall & Oates perform a song about Alan Colmes and how much he means to all of us. Larry Wilmore says African-Americans support Proposition 8 because marriage is their holiest of holy institutions. Philip Seymour Hoffman shares what he learned about the catholic church while filming "Doubt."
Episode Description

1

David Gregory

Jon wants David Gregory to explain why Brett Favre walking off his charter plane is breaking news on MSBNC.

2

Michael Wolff

Author Michael Wolff.

3

Rachel Maddow

Wyatt Cenac, Samantha Bee and John Oliver go undercover for more information on the Obama girls. Aasif Mandvi says Sanjay Gupta's appointment will be a tremendous over achievement in a community of overachievers. Rachel Maddow is insulted as an American that the Obamas can't stay in the presidential guesthouse.

4

Dana Perino

Barack Obama dines with all the living ex-presidents, and Joe the Plumber goes to Gaza. Roland Burris is turned away while trying to take his Senate seat. Dana Perino talks about her 12 days left in the White House.

5

Maxwell Kennedy

Barack Obama doesn't sound like a newly elected president. John Oliver explains Rod Blagojevich's Tennyson reference. Jason Jones learns how to be a great pundit, and Maxwell Kennedy discusses kamikaze pilots.

6

Daniel Craig

7

Fareed Zakaria

Marcus Schrenker is caught faking his own death. Hillary Clinton gets sleepy at her confirmation hearing. Lewis Black lists the mega corporations asking for bailouts, and Fareed Zakaria talks about terrorism in India.

8

Bethany McLean

Contributing Editor, Vanity Fair

9

Abderrahim Foukara

10

Bishop Gene Robinson

A veritable who's who of statesmen arrives for Barack Obama's historic inauguration. Jason Jones brushes off any comparisons between the Obama and Bush speeches. Wyatt Cenac reports from Obama's crazy-cool inaugural ball. Samantha Bee declares an end to frat boy humor, and Gene Robinson prays for Rick Warren.

11

David Sanger

Barack Obama watches the inaugural parade and then hits the parties. John Oliver feels the unity in DC, the news networks cover the inauguration differently, and David Sanger warns of the danger Pakistan poses.

12

Liam Neeson

Hillary Clinton frees the State Department, and Barack Obama moves to close Guantanamo Bay. Gitmo is excited to leave, but he still wants to kill you. Rush Limbaugh hopes Barack Obama fails, and Liam Neeson visits the horse stable next door.

13

Jimmy Carter

Rod Blagojevich boycotts his own impeachment trial, Barack Obama closes down Guantanamo, and Jon gives Jimmy Carter a gift.

14

Gwen Ifill

15

Neil deGrasse Tyson

16

P.W. Singer

17

Lawrence Lindsey

The Republicans pick Michael Steele as their RNC chairman, and now Wyatt Cenac is confused. The Super Bowl ads show where we are as a culture, and Lawrence Lindsey agrees with Jon's stimulus plan.

18

Dev Patel

The star of Slumdog Millionaire drops by to promote the Oscar-nominated movie.

19

Karen Greenberg

Author, The Least Worst Place

20

Randall Balmer

Author of God in the White House: A History: How Faith Shaped the Presidency from John F. Kennedy to George W. Bush

21

Walter Isaacson

22

Thomas Ricks

Barack Obama gives thoughtful answers at a press conference. Samantha Bee meets a few robot soldiers, and Thomas Ricks says we'll be in Iraq for a long time.

23

Daniel Sperling

The author of "Two Billion Cars: Driving Toward Sustainability" draws up a road map to smarter energy policy.

24

John Sununu

Former US Senator, New Hampshire

25

Jeff Bezos

Jeff Bezos the founder of Amazon.com

26

Ricky Gervais

- Obama brings Republicans together for a summit on the economy - Obama goes to Canada for 7 hours in a segment called - "Canuck Obama""Unusual Suspect" with Jason Jones investigating claims that Obama is either the Anti-Christ or Hitler

27

Tom Selleck

28

Brian Williams

Fox News reports on a Joe Biden gaffe, and Congressman Rob Bishop opposes the "monkey bite bill." Hillary Clinton discusses poetry in Asia, and Brian Williams doesn't Twitter.

29

Harold Varmus

The Nobel Prize-winning scientist navigates the real world or research in "The Art and Politics of Science."

30

Sandra Day O'Connor

Former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor

31

Joe Nocera

The New York Times columnist Joe Nocera

32

Billy Crudup

"Watchmen" Actor Billy Crudup

33

Nathaniel Frank

Author of the new book 'Unfriendly Fire: How the Gay Ban Undermines the Military and Weakens America'.

34

Craig Mullaney

West Point graduate, Rhodes Scholar, Army Ranger and author of the new book 'The Unforgiving Minute: A Soldier's Education'.

35

Paul Rudd

Actor Paul Rudd talks about his new movie 'I Love You Man'.

36

Jim Cramer

Jon and Jim Cramer prepare for their highly anticipated skirmish. Bernie Madoff pleads guilty to 11 counts of fraud. Jim Cramer admits to his mistakes, and vows to do a better job reporting the financial market.

37

Gen. Richard B. Myers

Former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Richard B. Myers talks about his new book 'Eyes on the Horizon: Serving on the Front Lines of National Security'.

38

Ian McShane

Actor Ian McShane talks about his new show 'Kings'.

39

Nandan Nilekani

Jon Stewart interviews Nandan Nilekani, Author of 'Imagining India: The Idea of a Renewed Nation'.

40

Bruce Springsteen

Bruce Springsteen comes by the show to promote his new album 'Working on a Dream'.

41

Jack Cafferty

Wolf Blitzer's resident political observer takes a break from 'The Cafferty File' to discuss the latest tomfoolery in Washington D.C.

42

Seth Rogen

Actor Seth Rogen talks about his latest movie 'Observe and Report'.

43

Peter Orszag

Economist and current Director of the Office of Management and Budget under President Barack Obama, Peter Orszag is tonight's guest.

44

Tom Zoellner

Author Tom Zoellner talks about his book 'Uranium - War, Energy and the Rock That Shaped the World'.

45

Michael J. Fox

Segments: - - Guests: Actor Michael J. Fox talks about his new book Always Looking Up: The Adventures of an Incurable Optimist.

46

Jehan Sadat

Segments: - - Guests: Jehan Sadat, the widow of the assassinated Egyptian president Anwar Sadat talks about her book My Hope for Peace.

47

Nancy Pelosi

Segments: - - Guests: Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi

48

William Cohan

Segments: - - Guests: Author William Cohan talks about his new book House of Cards: A Tale of Hubris and Wretched Excess on Wall Street.

49

Ron Darling

Pirates attack an American freighter, and Ron Darling believes in the Mets this year.

50

Elizabeth Warren

Segments: - - Guests: The Chair on the Congressional Oversight Panel on TARP Elizabeth Warren

51

Ben Affleck

Segments: - - Guests: Actor Ben Affleck talks about his new movie "State of Play".

52

Reza Aslan

President Obama releases the memos on America's handbook for torture. Lewis Black examines the TV networks that are reaching out to kids for Earth Day. Reza Aslan believes Al Qaeda is fighting a war of the imagination.

53

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf

Liberia's "Iron Lady," the first elected female head of state in Africa, discusses her new memoir, "This Child Will Be Great," with Jon.

54

Philip Alcabes

Philip Alcabes is an infectious-disease epidemiologist who talks about his new book 'Dread: How Fear and Fantasy have Fueled Epidemics from the Black Death to the Avian Flu'.

55

Richard Beeman

Author of "Plain Honest Men", Richard Beeman talks to Jon on the show tonight.

56

Christine Lagarde

France's Minister of Finance Christine Lagarde talks with Jon about the state of the global economy.

57

Cliff May

The President of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, Clifford D. May, guest stars on tonight's show.

58

Doris Kearns Goodwin

Presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin joins Jon on the show tonight.

59

Hugh Jackman

Actor Hugh Jackman comes by on the show to talk about his new movie, X-Men Origins: Wolverine.

60

Denis Leary

Actor and star of Rescue Me, Denis Leary is on the show tonight.

61

Fareed Zakaria

Journalist and author Fareed Zakaria talks about his new book The Post-American World.

62

George Stephanopoulos

The guest on tonight's show is Chief Washington Correspondent for ABC News, George Stephanopoulos.

63

Ken Salazar

The current U.S. Secretary of the Interior, Ken Salazar talks to Jon tonight.

64

Frank Partnoy

Financial commentator and author of "The Match King: Ivar Kreuger, The Financial Genius Behind a Century of Wall Street Scandals", Frank Partnoy is on the show tonight.

65

Tom Hanks

Actor and star of the new movie Angels and Demons, Tom Hanks talks to Jon tonight.

66

Husain Haqqani

Pakistan's Ambassador to the U.S. Husain Haqqani talks to Jon Stewart on the show tonight.

67

Lisa P. Jackson

EPA Administrator Lisa P. Jackson is talking on the show tonight.

68

Sarah Fisher

69

Newt Gingrich

70

Elizabeth Edwards

Michael Steele says gay marriage is bad for small business, and President Obama sets a national fuel efficiency standard. John Oliver defends England's moat scandal, and Elizabeth Edwards fights for health care.

71

Larry King

One of the most popular names in the television news game compares notes with Jon.

72

Bob Woodruff

73

P.J. O'Rourke

74

Michael Lewis

75

Will Ferrell

76

Gretchen Peters

77

Peter Schiff

78

Saad Mohseni

79

Katie Couric

80

Ed Helms

81

Tom Folsom

82

Peter Laufer

83

Mike Huckabee

84

Bill Russell

85

Larry David

86

Reza Aslan

87

Cameron Diaz

88

Dr. Oliver Sacks

89

Mike Kim

The U.S. leaves Iraq like a houseguest who broke something, and Dick Cheney complains about his own troop withdrawal timeline. Jon hands out Rippy Awards for the media's outstanding coverage of Michael Jackson's death. Mike Kim discusses his mission to help North Koreans escape to China.

90

Justin Fox

91

Robert Kenner

Filmmaker, "Food, Inc."

92

Barney Frank

The Massachusetts congressman discusses the new congress' legislative priorities with Jon.

93

Peter Mancall

94

Kathleen Sebelius

95

Robert Glennon

96

Brian Williams

97

Steven Chu

Interview with Energy Secretary Steven Chu.

98

Kevin Nealon

The controversy over Barack Obama's birth certificate lives on six months into his presidency. "Good Morning America" solves the mystery of Michael Jackson's lost corpse, and Kevin Nealon would never engage in autoerotic asphyxiation.

99

Sally Jenkin

The author and historian sits down with Jon to discuss a largely unknown anti-Confederacy rebellion in Civil War Mississippi.

100

Bill Kristol

101

Spinal Tap

102

John Bolton

103

Judd Apatow

104

Ronald Kessler

105

Henry Waxman

106

Paul Giamatti

107

Dara Torres

108

Douglas Brinkley

109

Austan Goolsbee

110

Jeff Sharlet

111

Rachel McAdams

112

David Cross

113

Christopher McDougall

114

Tim Gunn

115

Betsy McCaughey

116

LeBron James

117

Matt Damon

The award-winning actor returns to The Daily Show to discuss his new movie, "The Informant."

118

Ricky Gervais

Actor/Director, "The Invention of Lying"

119

Bill Clinton

Former President of the United States

120

Vali Nasr

121

Tom Ridge

122

Rod Blagojevich

123

Bruce Bueno de Mesquita

124

Ron Paul

125

Jon Krakauer

126

Joy Behar

127

Sarah Vowell

128

Ray Mabus

129

William Kamkwamba

130

David Gregory

131

Janet Napolitano

132

Chesley Sullenberger

133

Barbara Ehrenreich

134

Jennifer Burns

135

Susie Essman

136

Steven D. Levitt

137

Dr. Mustafa Barghouti, Anna Baltzer

138

Wanda Sykes

Comedian Wanda Sykes talks about her new show "The Wanda Sykes Show".

139

Bob Menendez

140

David Plouffe

141

Al Gore

142

Susan Rice

143

Sen. Christopher Bond

144

Serena Williams

145

Clarence Clemons

146

Jane Goodall

147

Jake Adelstein

148

Joe Biden

149

Lou Dobbs

150

Jack's Mannequin

151

Maziar Bahari

152

Thomas Friedman

153

Lance Armstrong

154

Michael Specter

155

Dan Rather

156

Mike Huckabee

157

Andrew Ross Sorkin

158

Gwen Ifill

Gwen Ifill of PBS talks with Jon Stewart

159

Sigourney Weaver

160

Ray LaHood

161

Hugh Grant

Episode Description

1

Michael Pollan

A Nigerian terrorist tries to blow up a U.S. airliner on Christmas day. The Best F**king News Team helps Tiger Woods find a new religion, and Michael Pollan encourages Americans to eat healthy food.

2

George Lucas

John Oliver searches for the best time in American history, and George Lucas talks about his book.

3

Adm. Mike Mullen

Obama finally responds to the Christmas terror plot, and Mike Mullen praises the U.S. military.

4

Maggie Gyllenhaal

President Obama breaks a promise, and Maggie Gyllenhaal watches scary cartoons with her daughter.

5

John Yoo

John Oliver explains the rules of terrorball, and John Yoo discusses the legal limits of torture.

6

Paul Ingrassia

Wall Street hands out big bonuses, and Paul Ingrassia talks about the auto industry bailout.

7

Ringo Starr & the Ben Harper Band

Sarah Palin joins Fox News, and Ringo Starr performs with Ben Harper and Relentless7.

8

Tom Brokaw

Glenn Beck reads Sarah Palin a journal entry, and Tom Brokaw talks about his new documentary.

9

David M. Walker

Wyatt Cenac waits for Harry Reid's apology, and David Walker hopes to reform America's spending.

10

Colin Firth

Larry Wilmore reviews Obama's first year, and Colin Firth recalls floating naked in a fish tank.

11

Jim Wallis

Scott Brown becomes the new president-elect, and Jim Wallis wants to take greed out of Wall Street.

12

Julie Andrews

Keith Olbermann resorts to name-calling, and Julie Andrews talks about her new movie, "Tooth Fairy."

13

Bill Gates

John Oliver celebrates a huge victory for corporations, and Bill Gates starts Twittering.

14

Elizabeth Warren

Wall Street responds to President Obama's threat, and Jon wants to make out with Elizabeth Warren.

15

Ethan Watters

The ACORN pimp is arrested, and Ethan Watters discusses America's impact on mental health.

16

Doris Kearns Goodwin

Wyatt Cenac forgets he's black, and Doris Kearns Goodwin dares the Republicans to filibuster.

17

Austan Goolsbee

Obama joins his political rivals for lunch, and Austan Goolsbee tries to avoid Great Depression Land.

18

Brian Williams

Jason Jones speeds in his Camry, and Brian Williams remembers his prom night with Jon.

19

Atul Gawande

Sam Bee learns how hard it is to be a man, and Atul Gawande hopes to save lives with a checklist.

20

Anthony Weiner

Rachel Maddow eviscerates everyone, and Anthony Weiner fights for health care reform.

21

Jenny Sanford

Sarah Palin writes notes on her hand, and Jenny Sanford misses the inmates at the governor's mansion.

22

Newt Gingrich

Richard Shelby releases nominees, and Newt Gingrich discusses the radical Obama administration.

23

Willie Mays

Geraldo Rivera defends Haiti's children-takers, and Willie Mays buys soul food with steak money.

24

Lee Daniels

Iran launches pets into space, and Lee Daniels believes in the intelligence of the American audience.

25

Ricky Gervais

CPAC holds its conservative Woodstock, and Ricky Gervais ridicules Karl Pilkington.

26

Jeff Garlin

Wyatt Cenac looks into Bank of America's hidden fees, and Jeff Garlin discusses his food addiction.

27

Tracy Morgan

John Hodgman tries to fix the Winter Olympics, and Tracy Morgan dreams of opening Chickendales.

28

James Clyburn

John Oliver covers the bipartisan summit after-party, and James Clyburn recalls his healthy lunch.

29

Neil deGrasse Tyson

Rick Sanchez covers the tsunami threat, and Neil deGrasse Tyson discusses life on other planets.

30

Robert Pattinson

Samantha Bee tries to find Jonah Falcon a job, and Robert Pattinson worries about over-saturation.

31

Lynne Olson

Sarah Palin does stand-up comedy, and Lynne Olson looks at the start of the Anglo-American alliance.

32

Scott Patterson

Jon tries Chat Roulette, and Scott Patterson describes the quants controlling Wall Street.

33

Harry Markopolos

John Oliver thanks everyone for the Iraq invasion, and Harry Markopolos discusses Wall Street fraud.

34

Marc Thiessen

Conservative lawyers attack Liz Cheney, and Marc Thiessen discusses the rights of enemy combatants.

35

Jerry Seinfeld

Eric Massa disappoints Glenn Beck, and Jerry Seinfeld sees the humor in marriage.

36

Eamon Javers

Obama campaigns for health care reform, and Eamon Javers exposes the world of corporate espionage.

37

Michael Lewis

Aasif Mandvi dresses up as Captain Moneybags, and Michael Lewis discusses subprime mortgages.

38

Jude Law

Chris Dodd introduces his own financial reform bill, and Jude Law discusses health care.

39

Snoop Dogg

The Texas school board votes against Oscar Romero, and Snoop Dogg discusses his GPS voice.

40

Gary Locke

Jon warns America about progressivism, and Gary Locke discusses the census form.

41

Ben Stiller

Jason Jones proves how racist basketball has become, and Ben Stiller invites Jon over for Seder.

42

Robin Williams

Sarah Palin tries to save John McCain, and Robin Williams discusses his new cow valve.

43

Roxana Saberi

A C-SPAN host takes a racist phone call, and Roxana Saberi describes her ordeal in an Iranian prison.

44

Liz Claman

CNN hires Erick Erickson, and Liz Claman compares Wall Street to a casino.

45

Reza Aslan

Insurance companies look for a way to deny kids, and Reza Aslan questions the war in Afghanistan.

46

Capt. Richard Phillips

Tiger Woods returns to golf, and Richard Phillips describes his capture by Somali pirates.

47

Steve Carell

Michael Steele plays the race card, and Jon doesn't remember Steve Carell.

48

David Remnick

Obama signs a treaty to limit nuclear arms, and David Remnick discusses Obama's ambition.

49

Bryan Cranston

50

Rachel Maddow

51

Richard R. Burt

52

Tracy Morgan

53

John Dingell

54

John O'Hara

55

Fred Pearce

56

Zoe Saldana

57

Lisa P Jackson

58

Richard Whittle

59

Ken Blackwell

60

Michael Caine

61

Jonathan Eig

62

Rosalynn Carter

63

Jon Meacham

64

Mario Batali

65

Jack Rakove

66

Sebastian Junger

67

Michael Patrick King

68

Ian Bremmer

69

Arthur Brooks

70

Morgan Freeman

71

Jonah Hill

72

John C Reilly

73

Christopher Hitchens

74

Spencer Wells

75

Tim Pawlenty

76

Betty White

77

James Tabor

78

Louis C.K.

79

Fred Thompson

80

Josh Fox

The writer and filmmaker discusses his latest documentary about the environmental and social impact of the largest natural gas drilling boom in history.

81

Cameron Diaz

82

Connie Mariano

83

Adam Sandler & Chris Rock

84

David Axelrod

85

Helen Mirren

The Academy Award-winning actor discusses her latest film about Nevada's first legal brothel.

86

Landon Donovan & Bob Bradley

From the U.S. soccer team, Landon Donovan and manager Bob Bradley.

87

Jere Van Dyk

Journalist and author Jere Van Dyk talks about his new book "Captive: My Time as a Prisoner of the Taliban".

88

Denis Leary

Actor and comedian Denis Leary talks about the new season of Rescue Me.

89

Julianne Moore

Actress Julianne Moore talks about technology, acting and crying on cue.

90

Daniel Okrent

91

Marilynne Robinson

Prize winning novelist Marilynne Robinson talks about her new book "Absence of Mind: The Dispelling of Inwardness from the Modern Myth of the Self".

92

William Rosen

93

Fareed Zakaria

Host, "Fareed Zakaria GPS"

94

Robert O'Connell

Author, "The Ghosts of Cannae"

95

Liev Schreiber

Actor, "Salt"

96

Mary Roach

Mary Roach, Author, "Life in the Void"

97

Will Ferrell

Will Ferrell, Actor, "The Other Guys"

98

Bruce Henderson

Bruce Henderson, Author, "Hero Found"

99

Akbar Ahmed

Akbar Ahmed, Author, "Journey Into America"

100

Jason Bateman

The star of "Arrested Development" and "Extract" returns to the show to talk about his new movie with Jennifer Aniston and Jeff Goldblum.

101

Laura Linney

Laura Linney, Actor, "The Big C"

102

Arcade Fire

The band Arcade Fire plays a song from their new album "The Suburbs".

103

Emma Thompson

The Academy Award-winning actor talks about her latest movie tonight on the show.

104

Dick Armey

Author, "Give Us Liberty"

105

Edward Kohn

Author, "Hot Time in the Old Town"

106

Jennifer Aniston

Actor, "The Switch"

107

Rod Blagojevich

Former Governor of Illinois

108

Brian Williams

Brian Williams, Anchor and Managing Editor, NBC Nightly News

109

Drew Barrymore

Drew Barrymore, Actor, "Going the Distance"

110

Michael Bloomberg

Michael Bloomberg, Mayor of New York City

111

Tim Gunn

The "Project Runway" co-host discusses his new book about how to "make it work" in your career, relationships and life.

112

Tim Kaine

Tim Kaine - Chairman, Democratic National Committee

113

Meghan McCain

Meghan McCain - Author, "Dirty Sexy Politics"

114

Ben Affleck

The actor and director returns to the show to talk about his latest project.

115

Tony Blair

Author, "A Journey"

116

Jon Hamm

Actor, "The Town"

117

Bill Clinton

Jon announces the Rally to Restore Sanity, and Bill Clinton contributes to the economic stimulus.

118

Jimmy Carter

The 39th President of the United States returns to The Daily Show to discuss his new book.

119

Sigourney Weaver

President Obama meets his kryptonite, and Sigourney Weaver remembers her high school years.

120

Edward Norton

The Senate fails to repeal "don't ask, don't tell," and Edward Norton thinks Robert De Niro is weird.

121

His Majesty King Abdullah II

Republicans unveil their new ideas, and King Abdullah II of Jordan hopes for Middle East peace.

122

Bill O'Reilly

Stephen Colbert ruins Congress, and Bill O'Reilly refuses to attend the Rally to Restore Sanity.

123

Arianna Huffington

124

Linda Polman

125

Justin Timberlake

126

Sam Harris

127

Bruce Willis

128

Philip Dray

Philip Dray, Author, "There is Power in a Union"

129

Naomi Watts

Naomi Watts, Actor, "Fair Game"

130

Johnny Knoxville

131

Eric Cantor

The House minority whip discusses his book promoting the new generation of Republican leaders.

132

Condoleezza Rice

Author, "Condoleezza Rice"

133

David Rakoff

134

Austan Goolsbee

Chariman, President's Council of Economic Adviser. The economist and former journalist discusses the administration's plan for restoring the economy.

135

Ted Kaufman

The former Joe Biden staffer talks about his brief term in the Senate and what will happen to the Democrats after November 2.

136

Barack Obama

President of the United States

137

Washington Recap

138

Zach Galifianakis

139

Michael Beschloss

140

Chris Wallace

141

David Sedaris

142

Rick Perry

Rick Perry: Author, "Fed Up!" The Texas governor discusses his new book about the failure of Washington to serve the people.

143

Harrison Ford

Harrison Ford: Actor, "Morning Glory" The acclaimed movie star returns to the show to talk about his latest film.

144

Mick Foley

Mick Foley: Author, "Countdown to Lockdown"

145

Rosario Dawson

Rosario Dawson: Actor, "Unstoppable"

146

Marion Jones

The former Olympic track star talks about finding a road to redemption after her career-ending performance enhancing drug conviction.

147

Bethany McLean

148

Jay-Z

149

Philip K. Howard

150

Judah Friedlander

The actor and comedian discusses the most important book in karate history, which he just wrote.

151

Susan Casey

152

Sting

Musician, "Live in Berlin"

153

Stacy Schiff

154

Hugh Shelton

In this complete, unedited interview, Hugh Shelton discusses Julian Assange's threat to national security and expresses his concerns over the repeal of "don't ask, don't tell."

155

Seth Green

Creator, "Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode III Special" The actor and director talks about his latest Star Wars parody.

156

Michelle Williams

Actor, "Blue Valentine"

157

Edmund Morris

Author Edmund Morris discusses Teddy Roosevelt.

158

Gordon Brown

John Oliver and Olivia Munn sell riot souvenirs, and Gordon Brown discusses the financial crisis.

159

Ricky Gervais

160

Paul Rudd

161

Mike Huckabee

Episode Description

1

Paul Giamatti

The media calls Barack Obama the "comeback kid," and Paul Giamatti says "rapscallion."

2

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand

Republicans focus on 2010 issues, and Kirsten Gillibrand wants to reform the Senate filibuster rules.

3

Jimmy Wales

John McCain gets cranky, and Jimmy Wales imagines Wikipedia's relevance in 500 years.

4

Patton Oswalt

Facebook refuses to disclose its financial results, and Patton Oswalt uses a prisoner ghostwriter.

5

Denis Leary

John Oliver reports on the Arizona shootings in his PJs, and Denis Leary discusses "Suck on This Year."

6

Colin Firth

John Oliver celebrates Verizon's iPhone announcement, and Colin Firth talks about "The King's Speech."

7

Tim Pawlenty

Members of Congress introduce gun legislation, and Tim Pawlenty defends Republican rhetoric.

8

Ron Howard

John Hodgman makes NASCAR more exciting, and Ron Howard shares his enthusiasm for show business.

9

Peter Bergen

Michael Steele steps down as RNC chairman, and Peter Bergen talks about progress in Afghanistan.

10

Neil deGrasse Tyson

Jon promises Sarah Palin a classy conversation and reveals his love for Neil deGrasse Tyson.

11

Paul Clemens

Glenn Beck appears on the "Today" show, and Paul Clemens discusses blue-collar decline.

12

Kambiz Hosseini & Saman Arbabi

Steve Cohen compares Republicans to Nazis, and Kambiz Hosseini and Saman Arbabi call Jon a prophet.

13

Anand Giridharadas

Wyatt Cenac dons a parrot suit in Mississippi, and Anand Giridharadas tells Jon the truth.

14

James Franco

A reporter searches for homeless talent, and Jon composes an ode to James Franco's Oscar nomination.

15

Jonathan Alter

Michele Bachmann looks off camera, and Jonathan Alter examines Obama's plans for the future.

16

T. Boone Pickens

Bill O'Reilly defends his Nazi analogies, and T. Boone Pickens wants America on an energy plan.

17

Bill Gates

Egyptian forces use American tear gas canisters, and Bill Gates works on curing polio.

18

Michael Steele

Conservatives turn into political hypochondriacs, and Michael Steele must prove his identity.

19

Matthew Perry

Republicans close the rape loophole, and Matthew Perry talks about his happy friend.

20

Admiral Michael Mullen

Justin Bieber switches bodies with Jon, and Mike Mullen talks about the crisis in Egypt.

21

Edward Glaeser

22

January Jones

23

Brian Williams

Anchor and Managing Editor, NBC Nightly News. The award-winning journalist and friend-of-the-show stops by.

24

Ed Gillespie

25

Lisa Ling

26

Anderson Cooper

27

Donald Rumsfeld

28

Austan Goolsbee

29

Howard Stern

CNN anchors take viewer requests, and Howard Stern hopes to talk to Charlie Sheen.

30

Prince Zeid Ra'ad

Prince Zeid Ra'ad Representative, The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan The U.N. representative of Jordan discusses King Abdullah II's new book, "Our Last Best Chance."

31

Allison Stanger

32

Diane Ravitch

33

Rand Paul

Senator Rand Paul (R-KY)

34

Brian Christian

Author Brian Christian ('The Most Human Human: What Talking with Computers Teaches Us About What It Means to Be Alive').

35

Aaron Eckhart

From 'Battle: Los Angeles,' actor Aaron Eckhart.

36

Trey Parker & Matt Stone

'South Park,' creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone.

37

Sarah Vowell

Author, "Unfamiliar Fishes." The author discusses her new book about American colonization of Hawaii in the 1800s.

38

T.J. English

The author of "The Savage City" discusses his new book about murder and corruption in New York City during the 1960s and 70s.

39

Richard Lewis

40

Bret Baier

41

Dr. Mansour O.El-Kikhia

Republicans want to lower the corporate tax rate, and Mansour O. El-Kikhia discusses Libya.

42

Miguel Nicoleles

Joe Biden works the room at a war speech, and Miguel Nicolelis helps paralyzed people walk again.

43

Jake Gyllenhaal

Republicans appeal to their narrow base, and Jake Gyllenhaal considers marrying a stranger.

44

Norm Macdonald

CIA operatives might arm Libyan rebels, and Norm Macdonald wants to blow up his stupid high school.

45

Billy Crystal

The comedian and actor discusses his role as a vampire in an upcoming Funny Or Die short.

46

Colin Quinn

The comedian discusses his one-man Broadway show and special on HBO.

47

Mike Huckabee

The former governor of Arkansas discusses his views on government, families and his latest book.

48

Jamie Oliver

The chef talks about healthy cooking habits and the upcoming season of his Emmy-winning series.

49

Foo Fighters

The rock band visits to perform a song from their latest album.

50

Governor Deval Patrick

The governor of Massachusetts discusses his rise from poverty and what gives him hope for America's future.

51

Tracy Morgan

The actor and comedian discusses his role in the upcoming animated film.

52

Ricky Gervais

The comedian talks about his new HBO special with Jerry Seinfeld, Chris Rock and Louis C.K.

53

Gigi Ibrahim

John Oliver highlights royal wedding coverage, and Gigi Ibrahim talks about the Egyptian uprising.

54

Elizabeth Warren

Olivia Munn looks into tiger mothering, and Elizabeth Warren wants to protect consumers.

55

Bernie Sanders

Obama releases his long-form birth certificate, and Bernie Sanders fights for workers' rights.

56

William Cohan

John Oliver talks to British taxpayers about the wedding, and William Cohan discusses Goldman Sachs.

57

Philip K. Howard

The U.S. kills Osama bin Laden, and Philip K. Howard explains why the government can't make choices.

58

Rachel Maddow

A royal wedding simulation reveals the consummation, and Rachel Maddow discusses Bin Laden's death.

59

David Barton

The White House hides the Bin Laden photo, and David Barton discusses religion in the Constitution.

60

Joe Meacham

Donald Trump steals the crazy oxygen from Sarah Palin, and Jon Meacham discusses the Civil War.

61

Keira Knightley

Jason Jones visits the gayest city in America, and Keira Knightley learns about the Santorum.

62

Will Ferrell

Republicans take credit for Bin Laden's death, and Will Ferrell simulates sex with a baseball bat.

63

Albert Brooks

Common causes controversy, and Albert Brooks talks about his Kate Middleton obsession.

64

Kristen Wiig

Newt Gingrich announces his candidacy on Twitter, and Kristen Wiig talks about "Bridesmaids."

65

Jon Ronson

Osama bin Laden's porn stash is discovered, and Jon Ronson talks about psychopaths.

66

Annie Jacobsen

Al Madrigal weighs in on immigration reform, and Annie Jacobsen talks about Area 51.

67

Richard Beeman

Newt Gingrich outrages Republicans, and Richard Beeman discusses religion in government.

68

Lisa P. Jackson

John Hodgman creates a Bin Laden conspiracy theory, and Lisa P. Jackson addresses EPA criticism.

69

Jimmy Fallon

Sarah Palin takes a bus tour with her family, and Jimmy Fallon reads a thank you note.

70

Bill Moyers

Donald Trump eats his pizza with a fork, and Bill Moyers discusses good journalism.

71

Tim Tebow

Eric Cantor wants to justify tornado relief, and Tim Tebow talks about his missionary parents.

72

Maziar Bahari

Sarah Palin offers her version of Paul Revere, and Maziar Bahari recounts his Iranian imprisonment.

73

Fareed Zakaria

John Oliver promises to mock Anthony Weiner, and Fareed Zakaria discusses American labor.

74

Larry King

Anthony Weiner apologizes to Bill Clinton, and Larry King prepares for his European stand-up tour.

75

Howard Wasdin

Jon spins the penis wheel, and Howard Wasdin talks about SEAL Team Six.

76

Alex Prud'homme

Nancy Pelosi calls on Anthony Weiner to resign, and Alex Prud'homme discusses water pollution.

77

J.J. Abrams

Republican hopefuls gather for their second debate, and J.J. Abrams talks about writing for TV.

78

Trey Parker & Matt Stone

Barack Obama visits Puerto Rico, and Trey Parker and Matt Stone become the Broadway establishment.

79

Ray Nagin

Sam Bee reports on the smoking ban in NYC parks, and Ray Nagin discusses Hurricane Katrina.

80

Cameron Diaz

PolitiFact checks Fox News for false statements, and Cameron Diaz removes Jon's stitches.

81

Mitchell Zuckoff

Greece protests proposed austerity measures, and Mitchell Zuckoff recounts an unlikely WWII rescue.

82

Bruce Headlam

John Hodgman battles hackers on their own turf, and Bruce Headlam discusses "Page One."

83

Jennifer Aniston

New York legalizes gay marriage, and Jennifer Aniston talks about her movie, "Horrible Bosses."

84

Louis C.K.

Rod Blagojevich has much to look forward to in prison, and Louis C.K. deconstructs fart jokes.

85

Tom Hanks

Democrats and Republicans can't agree on the debt ceiling, and Tom Hanks discusses his movie "Larry Crowne."

86

Bill Kristol

Mark Halperin calls Barack Obama a dick, and Bill Kristol discusses American war strategy in Afghanistan.

87

Denis Leary

Aasif Mandvi finds out why America's birds are dying, and Denis Leary talks about potato Vodka.

88

Kid Rock

China might repossess America if Republicans and Democrats don't come to an agreement over the debt crisis, and Kid Rock is a responsible parent with his own brand of beer.

89

Matthew Richardson

Jerry Seinfeld helps Jon repress his urge to make gay jokes about Marcus Bachmann, and Matthew Richardson reveals his plan to solve America's mortgage crisis.

90

Sgt. 1st Class Leroy Petry

The ongoing debt ceiling negotiations get heated, and Leroy Petry demonstrates his robotic hand.

91

Daniel Radcliffe

Barack Obama breaks out his I-mean-business podium and sets a deadline to solve the debt ceiling crisis, and Daniel Radcliffe talks about the last "Harry Potter" movie.

92

Pervez Musharraf

The Murdoch scandal turns ugly, and Pervez Musharraf enjoys a beverage and converses about Pakistan.

93

Steve Carell

Rupert Murdoch throws his employees under the bus, his wife pummels a pie-wielding idiot, and Steve Carell loves his papa bear.

94

Scott Miller

A battle for survival rages among GOP presidential candidates, Allen West doesn't hate women, and Scott Miller discusses William McKinley's ill-liked, anarchist assassin.

95

Neil Patrick Harris

Wyatt Cenac proves his commitment to weather reporting, Samantha Bee and Jason Jones interview gay newlyweds, and Neil Patrick Harris talks Smurf sex and circus tricks.

96

Juan Williams

Barack Obama urges Americans to call their members of Congress about the debt crisis, and Juan Williams discusses the assault on honest debate.

97

Rachel Weisz

Conservatives in America live a lonely life of persecution, and Rachel Weisz discusses filming "The Whistleblower" in Romania.

98

Peter Tomsen

Congressional Republicans try to rev support for John Boehner's debt ceiling plan with a clip from "The Town," and Peter Tomsen discusses the wars of Afghanistan.

99

Freida Pinto

Congress reaches a budget deal that Tea Partiers don't like, Jon salutes the troops he met in Afghanistan, and Freida Pinto talks apes.

100

Jason Bateman

Joe Biden charges his Secret Servicemen rent, Aasif Mandvi explores the effects of wind farming on Florida's ducks, and Jason Bateman talks R-rated body swaps.

101

Austan Goolsbee

A congressional super committee answers America's prayers, Wyatt Cenac interprets public sentiment, and Austan Goolsbee finds it hard to work in Washington.

102

Dick Durbin

Jon gives Barack Obama a birthday present, Jason Jones survives a vasectomy, and Senator Dick Durbin understands America's disappointment in Congress.

103

Mark Adams

America's credit gets downgraded, John Oliver tells the single greatest story he's ever heard, and Mark Adams turns right at Machu Picchu.

104

Jay Bahadur

Looters queue up in the U.K., Europe needs a war to cling to, and Jay Bahadur gets the pirates of Somalia talking.

105

John Coffee

Wisconsin's populist-off comes to a head, Larry Wilmore wants Barack Obama to go blacker, and John Coffee pins down credit rating agencies.

106

Michael Wallis

The Best F#@king News Team covers the Iowa straw poll, Megyn Kelly comes back fighting, and Michael Wallis reveals the real David Crockett.

107

Ali Velshi

Michele Bachmann wins the Iowa straw poll, Rick Perry announces his presidential candidacy, and Ali Velshi knows how to speak money.

108

Matt Long

The media loves Michele Bachmann, Rick Perry hits on America, John Hodgman rethinks bookstores, and veteran firefighter Matt Long survived being crushed by a bus.

109

Michael Steele

The media shifts its focus to Paul Ryan, John Oliver and Wyatt Cenac explore racial language in politics, and Michael Steele discusses the field of GOP candidates.

110

Anne Hathaway

Warren Buffett enters the "class warfare" fray, Fitch downgrades New Jersey's credit rating, and Anne Hathaway talks Scrabble strategy.

111

Buddy Roemer

The media scrutinizes Barack Obama's speech scheduling, James Hoffa Jr. upsets conservatives, and Buddy Roemer discusses his presidential candidacy.

112

Dr. Sanjay Gupta

Mitt Romney and Rick Perry battle it out, the U.S. Postal Service faces bankruptcy, and Dr. Sanjay Gupta explores the terrifying effects of the World Trade Center's dust.

113

Marion Cotillard

GOP candidates square off at the presidential debate, Rick Perry rickrolls Mitt Romney, and Marion Cotillard discusses her fear of contagion.

114

Mike Mullen

Barack Obama hits congressional Republicans with his jobs speech, America should settle for a campaign-driven economy, and Admiral Mike Mullen discusses the troops.

115

Jim Lehrer

CNN and the Tea Party team up, Rick Perry gets a beatdown, and Jim Lehrer discusses the tensions of presidential debates.

116

Common

Dick Cheney's medical equipment humanizes him, the Democrats lose a congressional seat, and Common tries to make sense of it all in his memoir.

117

Caroline Kennedy

Congress investigates the Solyndra scandal, Kristen Schaal unveils her pro-vagina campaign products, and Caroline Kennedy commemorates her parents' legacy.

118

Ron Suskind

Jason Jones reports on the end of "don't ask, don't tell"; Wyatt Cenac examines America's loss of UFOs to China; and Ron Suskind evaluates Barack Obama's confidence.

119

Mitch Daniels

Barack Obama presents his tax plan, the super rich risk extinction, and Mitch Daniels discusses the American economy.

120

Jennifer Granholm

John Oliver and Aasif Mandvi fight over sacred ground, Lewis Black evaluates the threats American kids face, and Jennifer Granholm discusses America's economic future.

121

Ron Paul

Rick Santorum thinks sex is a non-issue, the GOP calls for Chris Christie to run for president, and Ron Paul delivers his political message.

122

Seth Rogen

Barack Obama gets heckled in Hollywood, Larry Wilmore discusses the black vote, and Seth Rogen explores the lighter side of cancer.

123

Bill O'Reilly

Pundits interpret Chris Christie's message, Sarah Palin weighs the presidential pros and cons, and Bill O'Reilly talks job creator taxes.

124

Tony Bennett

An NYPD officer pepper-sprays protestors, the NRA unveils a conspiracy theory, and Tony Bennett collaborates with young artists on "Duets II."
Episode Description

1

Thomas Friedman

The U.S. military kills Anwar al-Awlaki, Herman Cain talks about Rick Perry's ranch, and Thomas Friedman discusses America's role in the global market.

2

Michael Lewis

Chris Christie restates his position, Mitt Romney flip-flops, ESPN pulls Hank Williams Jr.'s song, and Michael Lewis discusses his travels as a financial disaster tourist.

3

Hugh Jackman

Conservatives call Occupy Wall Street protesters anti-American, Florida votes to move its primary up, and Hugh Jackman boxes robots.

4

Jason Sudeikis

Sarah Palin confirms she won't be running in 2012, Herman Cain shares his conspiracy theories, and Jason Sudeikis gives the inside scoop on "Saturday Night Live."

5

Ellen Schultz

Wyatt Cenac and Samantha Bee examine Mitt Romney's faith, Occupy Wall Street grows, and Ellen Schultz explains how American companies have decimated retiree benefit plans.

6

Calvin Trillin

Republicans identify America's American enemy, John Oliver tries to join Occupy Wall Street, and Calvin Trillin talks political humor.

7

Al Sharpton

The Las Vegas GOP debate gets heated, Larry Wilmore considers Herman Cain's race card, and Al Sharpton discusses the impact of Occupy Wall Street.

8

Richard Brookhiser

Libyans celebrate Muammar al-Gaddafi's death, John Oliver rebrands Libya, and Richard Brookhiser discusses James Madison's impact on American politics.

9

Kevin Clash

Rick Perry goes birther, Republicans dislike Barack Obama's decision to end the Iraq War, and Kevin Clash talks about being Elmo.

10

Walter Isaacson

Rick Perry and Herman Cain explain their jokes, Lewis Black examines the indoctrination of kids, and Walter Isaacson discusses his Steve Jobs biography.

11

Lisa Randall

A Koch-funded study debunks Climategate, riot police raid Occupy Oakland, and Lisa Randall explores the implications of scientific research.

12

Andrew Napolitano

Mitt Romney remains second in polls, Europe's financial crisis causes market volatility, and Andrew Napolitano thinks that the government is wrong.

13

Mindy Kaling

Herman Cain denies sexual harassment allegations, Rick Perry loosens up, Wyatt Cenac reports on a dead bill, and Mindy Kaling discusses her parents' concerns.

14

Condoleezza Rice

Fox News defends the rich, John Hodgman calls for a celebration of the 1%, and Condoleezza Rice discusses the Bush administration.

15

Tom Brokaw

Herman Cain discusses his sexual harassment case, Jon and the Best F#@king News Team Ever debate conservative black superiority, and Tom Brokaw wants to rebuild America.

16

Brad Paisley

Occupy Oakland protesters vandalize businesses, Aasif Mandvi reports on killer hot dogs, and Brad Paisley recalls his musical heroes.

17

Clint Eastwood

Herman Cain blames the media, Sean Hannity accuses NPR of having a liberal political agenda, and Clint Eastwood discusses J. Edgar Hoover's life.

18

Bill Clinton

John Corzine resigns as MF Global's CEO, and Bill Clinton discusses the U.S. economy and provides a detailed plan for its recovery in "Back to Work."

19

Nancy Pelosi

Herman Cain blames Democrats for his scandal; Republicans take a hit in Ohio, Arizona and Mississippi; and Nancy Pelosi shares her thoughts on Congress.

20

Adam Sandler

Rick Perry draws a blank at the CNBC debate, The Best F#@king News Team Ever revels in Perry's brain fart, and Adam Sandler dishes on his family life.

21

Leymah Gbowee

Aasif Mandvi explains why facts are GOP candidates' enemy, Jason Jones takes a look at ugly people, and Leymah Gbowee discusses the Liberian peace movement.

22

Mark Kelly

Herman Cain struggles with foreign policy; Jerry Sandusky takes a phone interview; and Mark Kelly talks about his wife, Gabrielle Giffords.

23

Diane Keaton

The congressional super committee faces a looming deadline, Samantha Bee explores Occupy Wall Street's class division, and Diane Keaton recalls growing up in California.

24

Martin Scorsese

Newt Gingrich emerges as the GOP front-runner, Sarah Vowell defends the glory of Evacuation Day, and Martin Scorsese talks movies.

25

Merrill Markoe

Police pepper spray U.C. Davis students, conservatives criticize Barack Obama for leaving God out of his Thanksgiving speech, and Merrill Markoe explores comedy.

26

Betty White

Herman Cain denies accusations of an extramarital affair, Barney Frank announces his retirement, and Betty White adores animals.

27

Bono

Aasif Mandvi reports on Egypt's election, a fire alarm blares over Brian Williams' broadcast, and Bono believes that America is close to ending the AIDS epidemic.

28

Bob Costas

Bloomberg reveals the U.S. government bailouts totaled $7.7 trillion, Mitt Romney loses his cool, and Bob Costas reviews his Jerry Sandusky interview.

29

Ben Lowy

Herman Cain suspends his campaign, John Oliver takes a closer look at California's political process, and Ben Lowy talks war photography.

30

Jonah Hill

Conservatives object to the secularization of Christmas, Republicans fear Donald Trump's debate moderating, and Jonah Hill admits to taking handsome pills.

31

Ralph Fiennes

The Senate passes a bill that jeopardizes Americans' civil rights, the CIA loses a stealth drone in Iran, and Ralph Fiennes enjoys Shakespeare.

32

Ed Gillespie

Bill O'Reilly takes a shot at Jon, GOP Candidates express their love for Israel, and Ed Gillespie examines the effects of Dodd-Frank.

33

Anne Burrell

John Oliver looks into Mitt Romney's costly bet, PolitiFact gives Jon a "pants on fire" rating, and Anne Burell cooks like a rock star.

34

Lawrence Lessig

The Florida Family Association opposes TLC's portrayal of Muslims, Newt Gingrich concocts a poverty-fighting plan, and Lawrence Lessig wants to end Congressional corruption.

35

Melody Barnes

Mitt Romney makes a ballsy move against Newt Gingrich, Fox News uncovers a Muppet controversy, and Melody Barnes talks domestic policy.

36

Matt Damon

GOP leaders share some compelling reasons for Republican voters not to choose Newt Gingrich as their political party's standard-bearer. Wyatt Cenac discovers that there is no euphemism for masturbation that accurately describes what Congress is doing to the post office. Matt Damon sports a buzz cut and compares his head shape with Jon's.

37

Charles Barkley

Republican candidates criticize Ron Paul's position on Iran, Rick Santorum surges in the polls, and Charles Barkley weighs in on 2012's NBA teams.

38

Elizabeth Dowling Taylor

Mitt Romney tops the Iowa caucus, Michele Bachmann drops out of the presidential race, and Elizabeth Dowling Taylor explores the life of White House slave Paul Jennings.

39

Craig Shirley

The GOP censures Barack Obama's recess appointment, Jason Jones helps a Republican outcast, and Craig Shirley provides an intimate look at the attack on Pearl Harbor.

40

George Lucas

GOP presidential candidates debate twice in New Hampshire, Mitt Romney's competitors resent his wealth, and George Lucas commemorates the Tuskegee Airmen.

41

Andrew Napolitano

The New Hampshire primary results trickle in, Iran begins enriching uranium, and Andrew Napolitano weighs in on the GOP presidential candidates.

42

Jim DeMint

Mitt Romney wins the New Hampshire primary, The Best F#@king News Team reports from South Carolina, and Jim DeMint considers America's economic and political problems.

43

Dolly Parton

Newt Gingrich tackles an array of minority issues, John Oliver elevates America's public discourse, and Dolly Parton dukes it out with Queen Latifah.

44

Jodi Kantor

Jon takes over the Colbert Super PAC, China's Foxconn comes under attack for its poor working conditions, and Jodi Kantor talks about the Obamas.

45

Liam Neeson

Newt Gingrich wins the South Carolina debate, Stephen Colbert reveals his wishes for the Colbert Super PAC, and Liam Neeson enjoys small-town Canada.

46

Joe Nocera

Wikipedia's blackout puts the spotlight on SOPA, Mitt Romney reveals his tax rate, and Joe Nocera shares his thoughts on Wall Street.

47

Elizabeth Banks

Rick Perry drops out of the GOP race, Newt Gingrich's ex-wife reveals his request for an open marriage, and Elizabeth Banks enjoys performing on high-rise ledges.

48

Kathleen Sebelius

Newt Gingrich takes South Carolina, Al Madrigal gets to know Mitt Romney's most fervent enthusiast, and Kathleen Sebelius talks about health care reform.

49

Elizabeth Warren

Mitt Romney defends his tax returns, Newt Gingrich one-ups Mitt Romney at the Florida GOP debate, and Elizabeth Warren urges America to invest in its future.

50

Paula Broadwell

Barack Obama gives his State of the Union address, Mitch Daniels counters it with a Republican rebuttal, and Paula Broadwell examines General David Patraeus' career.

51

Tilda Swinton

The Supreme Court deliberates over televised profanity, Newt Gingrich tackles the moon, and Tilda Swinton discusses her acting career.

52

Lou Dobbs

Mitt Romney pummels Newt Gingrich in Florida, Jason Jones finds out how Floridian women feel about Newt Gingrich, and Lou Dobbs gets excited about political controversies.

53

Jonathan Macey

Newt Gingrich panders to Florida's Hispanic voters, Mitt Romney spins his work at Bain Capital into an asset, and Jonathan Macey talks about private equity firms.

54

Brad Pitt

Mitt Romney wins the Florida primary, John Oliver and Jason Jones consider both sides of the wealth gap, and Brad Pitt roots for baseball's underdogs.

55

David Agus

Donald Trump endorses Mitt Romney, Aasif Mandvi investigates Florida's welfare drug testing law, and David Agus rethinks America's attitude toward illness.

56

Ali Soufan

CNN stuns Whitney Houston fans, Catholics confuse health care reform with war, and Ali Soufan considers the complexities of ethnic nationalism in the Middle East.

57

Ricky Gervais

Rick Santorum worries about women joining men in combat, Liz Trotta makes incendiary remarks about rape in the military, and Ricky Gervais analyzes panda repopulation.

58

Louise Slaughter

House Republicans oppose the STOCK Act's intelligence provisions, Wyatt Cenac investigates whale slavery, and Louise Slaughter strives to end congressional insider trading.

59

Arne Duncan

Barack Obama takes heat for his Hollywood fundraiser; Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum fight for Michigan; and Arne Duncan works to improve America's educational system.

60

Alan Huffman & Michael Rejebian

Congress debates birth control coverage, Aasif Mandvi investigates Time Warner's Knicks blackout, and Alan Huffman and Michael Rejebian uncover candidate scandals.

61

Russ Feingold

Chris Christie vetoes New Jersey's same-sex marriage bill, Virginia encroaches on women's reproductive rights, and Russ Feingold discusses campaign finance reform.

62

Bruce Bartlett

Republicans build a frightening case against Barack Obama, health officials debate publishing controversial bird flu research, and Bruce Bartlett calls for tax reform.

63

Paul Rudd

Rick Santorum takes heat for his frankness, Newt Gingrich considers himself cheerful, and Paul Rudd indulges his sweet tooth.

64

Neil deGrasse Tyson

Rick Santorum gets queasy over John F. Kennedy's religious tolerance speech, the Pope joins the Twitterverse, and Neil deGrasse Tyson advocates U.S. space exploration.

65

Stephen Merchant

Rick Santorum calls on Michigan Democrats for support, Samantha Bee gets to the bottom of Grover Norquist's anti-tax pledge, and Stephen Merchant discusses his lofty stature.

66

Masha Gessen

Mitt Romney takes Michigan, conservative pundits mourn the state of the GOP field, and Masha Gessen discusses the rise and anticipated fall of Vladimir Putin.

67

M. Cathleen Kaveny

The U.S. Senate debates the Blunt amendment, Barbara Boxer breaks down Jon's jokes on the Senate floor, and Cathleen Kaveny explores Catholic moral theology.

68

Shaun Donovan

Rush Limbaugh makes incendiary remarks about Sandra Fluke, John Oliver meets Palestinian Ambassador Riyad Mansour, and Secretary Shaun Donovan tackles homelessness.

69

Julianne Moore

Host Jon Stewart interviews Julianne Moore and discusses the day's news and important topics.

70

Cecile Richards

Mitt Romney wins Ohio on Super Tuesday, CNN reveals holodeck technology, the White House press corps tries to gin up a fight, and Cecile Richards discusses Planned Parenthood.

71

Trita Parsi

Jon Stewart exposes Sean Hannity's seedy past, Jessica Williams investigates Socialism in America, and National Iranian American Council President Trita Parsi discusses U.S.-Iranian relations.

72

Grover Norquist

Al Madrigal and Jessica Williams report on the Kony 2012 activist youth movement, Mitt Romney applies a Southern strategy in Alabama, and Grover Norquist talks tax reform.

73

Will Ferrell

Fox News compares Rush Limbaugh to Bill Maher, Kristen Schaal finds humor in Republican policies on women's health, and Will Ferrell learns Spanish for "Casa de mi Padre."

74

Rachel Weisz

Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum pick up wins in the Southern primaries and CNN has a hard time making it exciting, South by Southwest creates "homeless hotspots," and Rachel Weisz reveals that her movie "Deep Blue Sea" has no LL Cool J-eating sharks.

75

No Guest

Bashar al Assad's hacked emails reveal some interesting music choices, Jon tries to help Mt. Vernon, New Hampshire with some new names for a local pond, and John Oliver investigates why America cut all funding to UNESCO.

76

Shaquille O'Neal

Dick Cheney gets a new heart, Florida's "stand your ground" law leads to the shooting of Trayvon Martin, and NBA legend Shaquille O'Neal talks about getting his Ph.D.

77

Maria Goodavage

MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell gets jilted; Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney deal with "gotcha" media; Sam Bee visits Park Slope, Brooklyn; and Maria Goodavage talks military dogs.

78

Ahmed Rashid

Jon struggles with "pink slime" being a part of his cheeseburger, Russian accents continue to be evil, and Ahmed Rashid explains how America's military presence affects Afghanistan's economy.

79

Rachel Maddow

Supporters and opponents before the Supreme Court to discuss The Affordable Care Act, Spike Lee endangers the lives of the sweetest people in the world, and Rachel Maddow explains how Americans can connect with the military.

80

Mohamed Nasheed

Mitt Romney endorsements lack enthusiasm, the Tucson school board bans Mexican-American studies, and former Maldives President Mohamed Nasheed talks climate and democracy.

81

Thomas C. Goldstein

Sarah Palin infiltrates "Today Show," John Oliver asks Palin fans about her brave co-hosting, and SCOTUSblog publisher Tom Goldstein discusses his Supreme Court case.

82

Jack L. Goldsmith

Rick Santorum believes it's campaign half-time, Larry Wilmore finds the racist culprit in the Trayvon Martin case, and Jack Goldsmith discusses executive power, post-9/11.

83

Anthony Bourdain

The GSA's Vegas conference is an epic boondoggle, Bill O'Reilly won't pay $4 for shrimp, Obama wants $75 from Jon, and "No Reservations" star Anthony Bourdain talks travel.

84

Tim Weiner

Passover goes toe-to-toe with Easter, NBC faces backlash for its editing of George Zimmerman's 911 call, and Tim Weiner discusses his book, "Enemies: A History of the FBI."

85

Elon Musk

CNN brands its news segments, Google eyeglasses augment reality, Facebook buys Instagram, and Elon Musk discusses the future of human space exploration.

86

Ricky Gervais

The Best F#@king News Team Ever reports from the Gingrich, Romney and Obama camps; Al Madrigal investigates "personhood" in Oklahoma; and Ricky Gervais talks Karl Pilkington.

87

Esperanza Spalding

George Zimmerman is charged with murder; The Best F#@king News Team Ever reports from Sanford, FL; Egypt prepares for elections, and Esperanza Spalding performs.

88

Jane Goodall

The Secret Service is embroiled in a prostitution scandal, the media addresses Hilary Rosen and the "war on women," and Jane Goodall talks Disney's new film, "Chimpanzee."

89

Julia Louis-Dreyfus

Geraldo Rivera taunts the Taliban, Senate Republicans filibuster the "Buffett Rule," Jason Jones examines the women's voting bloc, and Julia Louis-Dreyfus discusses "Veep."

90

Robert Reich

The GSA's Jeff Neely pleads the Fifth, Jon compares the comedic styles of Mitt Romney and President Obama, and economist Robert Reich is "Beyond Outrage."

91

Judy Smith

Conservative pundits pivot on Mitt Romney, North Korea is out of the axis of evil, and "Good Self, Bad Self" author Judy Smith discusses high-profile crisis management.

92

Ben Rattray

Mitt Romney looks for a running mate, John Oliver sits down with Herman Cain, the Obama and Romney campaigns debate canine issues, and Ben Rattray talks social media.

93

Madeleine Albright

The Secret Service prostitution scandal widens, The Best F#@king News Team Ever fights voter apathy, and Madeleine Albright shares personal history.

94

Jason Segel

Wealthy citizens want to mine asteroids, Neil deGrasse Tyson plays "Bulls**t or No Bulls**t, Mitt Romney recalibrates his campaign, and Jason Segel works with humans.

95

Robert Draper

Rupert Murdoch faces new accusations, the Democrats have issues in North Carolina, and Robert Draper offers a glimpse into the House of Representatives.

96

Zach Wahls

Republicans and Democrats debate discretionary social spending, Mike & Ike stage a gay divorce, and Zach Wahls shares lessons learned from his two moms.

97

David Barton

The anniversary of Osama bin Laden's death sparks controversy, Lewis Black rants about artisanal bagels, and David Barton argues for a new understanding of Thomas Jefferson.

98

Tom Coburn

Newt Gingrich calls it quits, Romney advisor Richard Grenell resigns under pressure from conservative groups, and Senator Tom Coburn warns of the country's "Debt Bomb."

99

Peter Bergen

Osama bin Laden's documents reveal a brand-conscious terrorist, Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng asks Hillary Clinton for aid, and Peter Bergen discusses "Man Hunt."

100

Admiral General Aladeen

Elections in Europe spell bad news for incumbents, Al Madrigal gauges young voters' enthusiasm for Obama, and Admiral General Aladeen assures Jon that his family is safe.

101

Ivo Daalder

Joe Biden's support for gay marriage is not new policy, Mitt Romney takes credit for the auto bailout, and Ivo Daalder explains the seating arrangements at NATO summits.

102

John R. Hall

President Obama voices his support for same-sex marriage, Kristen Schaal shares her voting history, and John Hall critiques Jon's Queen Elizabeth II impression.

103

Robert Caro

Fox News evolves on the issue of same-sex marriage, Jason Jones reports from George Clooney's fundraiser, and Robert Caro discusses Lyndon Johnson's passage to power.

104

Michelle Obama

Jon recalls a conversation with Roger Ailes, examines the good and bad kinds of socialism, and talks to Michelle Obama about the importance of gardening.

105

Dan Rather

Mitt Romney wins Texas, Donald Trump is an on-again, off-again birther, Jessica Williams investigates a Minnesota prom, and Dan Rather is "Rather Outspoken."

106

Jim Parsons

Mayor Michael Bloomberg seeks a ban on oversized sugary drinks, Wyatt Cenac reports on Russia's blocking intervention in Syria, and Jim Parsons stars in "Harvey."

107

Thomas Mann & Norman Ornstein

John Oliver reports from the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, the Obama administration plays "Polish That Turd," and Norman Ornstein and Thomas Mann discuss government dysfunction.

108

Gary Johnson

The Wisconsin recall election proceeds, Al Madrigal reports on Latino unemployment in television, and Libertarian Gary Johnson discusses an alternative political path.

109

Michael Fassbender

Samantha Bee reports on Wisconsin's anger in the midst of Scott Walker's recall election, drones come in many forms, and Michael Fassbender reveals "Prometheus" plot points.

110

Edward Conard

The media debates fairness, Governor Cuomo proposes marijuana legislation, and Edward Conard talks innovation and risk and his book, "Unintended Consequences."

111

Boris Johnson

President Obama gets caught in a gaffe, Larry Wilmore discusses the lack of diversity in a Romney ad, and Boris Johnson gives a mayoral opinion on the large soda ban.

112

Colin Powell

Governor Rick Scott continues his voter purge in Florida, prisoners at Gitmo enjoy some taxpayer-funded amenities, and Colin Powell discusses his book, "It Worked For Me."

113

Maggie Gyllenhaal

Barack Obama and Mitt Romney scramble to raise cash, the White House receives criticism for suspicious leaks, and Maggie Gyllenhaal discusses the invention of vibrators.

114

Catherine Zeta-Jones

JPMorgan Chase's CEO Jamie Dimon testifies in Washington, Aasif Mandvi uncovers a conspiracy in Idaho, and Catherine Zeta-Jones talks "Rock of Ages" and "Spartacus."

115

Parmy Olson

Greece votes to stay within the EU, Samantha Bee debates whether or not to attend a $40,000-a-plate Obama fundraiser, and journalist Parmy Olson sheds light on Anonymous.

116

Denis Leary

Democrats try to build a strong liberal coalition, President Obama uses his executive authority to prevent excessive deportation, and Denis Leary fills in for Marco Rubio.

117

Steve Carell

Attorney General Eric Holder faces criticism from the House Oversight Committee, Obama and Romney face hecklers on the trail, and Steve Carell promotes all of his new books.

118

Bassem Youssef

President Obama claims executive privilege on "fast and furious" documents, and Egyptian satirist Bassem Youssef fulfills a dream by appearing on The Daily Show.

119

Marco Rubio

The Supreme Court rules on the Arizona immigration law, Mitt Romney hosts a retreat for big donors in Utah, and Marco Rubio shares lessons from his two years in the Senate.

120

Seth MacFarlane

President Obama's role in Operation Fast and Furious inspires conservative talk of dictatorship, and Seth MacFarlane explains how he recruited Mark Wahlberg to star in "Ted."

121

Andrew Garfield

Governor Cuomo's proposed decriminalization of marijuana fails, Jessica Williams sends health care news from the Supreme Court, and Andrew Garfield is Spider-Man.

122

Tenacious D

The Supreme Court rules Obamacare constitutional, John Oliver poses questions to fictional president Herman Cain, and Tenacious D performs songs off "Rize of the Fenix."

123

Louis C.K.

Mitt Romney retires retroactively, John Oliver reports from New Jersey on the Viacom-DirecTV dispute, and Louis C.K. clarifies his controversial Twitter comments.

124

Victor Cruz

Egyptians hurl tomatoes in protest, the Obamas pose for the Kiss Cam, John Oliver tells America to keep it down, Al Madrigal goes to Mexico, and Victor Cruz talks football.

125

Sigourney Weaver

Banks tamper with the Libor rate, Mitt Romney resists pressure to reveal his tax returns, and Sigourney Weaver talks American dynasties and "Political Animals."

126

E.J. Dionne

An investigation reveals HSBC laundered money for Mexican drug cartels, Michele Bachmann floats a conspiracy theory, and E.J. Dionne talks "Our Divided Political Heart."

127

Fareed Zakaria

The Colorado tragedy sparks non-gun debate, the Boy Scouts and Chick-fil-A reaffirm exclusionary policies toward gays, and Fareed Zakaria discusses "The Post-American World."

128

Matthew McConaughey

London faces Olympics-related difficulties, Lewis Black takes issue with the deliberate distortions of the campaigns, and Matthew McConaughey discusses "Killer Joe."

129

Joseph Stiglitz

President Obama encounters pronoun trouble, John Oliver interviews Herman Cain about his imaginary energy policy, and Joseph Stiglitz discusses "The Price of Inequality."

130

Zach Galifianakis & Will Ferrell

North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un gets married, Samantha Bee reports on nuns at odds with the Vatican, and Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis take a break from "The Campaign."

131

Rashida Jones

Mitt Romney sees disconcerting signs at the London Olympics, cities look to ban Chick-fil-A for its gay marriage stance, and Rashida Jones talks "Celeste and Jesse Forever."

132

Dambisa Moyo

Mitt Romney makes an impression overseas, Dick Cheney and John McCain disagree on Sarah Palin's vice-presidential qualities, and economist Dambisa Moyo examines China.

133

Fred Guterl

President Obama donates to the Obama campaign, Mitt Romney runs as a generic Republican candidate, Harry Reid is terrible, and Fred Guterl talks human extinction.

134

Jessica Biel

Chik-fil-A Appreciation Day threatens America's chicken supply, the news struggles to not spoil the Olympics, and Jessica Biel discusses cars of the future in "Total Recall."

135

Tim Gunn

The White House is criticized for security leaks, Jason Jones studies super spy Thomas Drake, the Mars rover lands, and Tim Gunn remembers ten seasons of "Project Runway."

136

Saima Wahab

Chik-fil-A and Taco Bell face social media challenges, Italy doesn't love Mitt Romney, and Saima Wahab discusses her journey from Afghanistan to Portland, Oregon.

137

Chris Rock

Voter I.D. laws target the poor, minorities and elderly, Al Madrigal investigates an Olympic penis controversy, and Chris Rock discusses "2 Days in New York."

138

Joanna Brooks

President Obama and Mitt Romney exchange bad puns, Jason Jones covers the 2012 Red Neck Blank, and Joanna Brooks talks growing up Mormon in The Book of Mormon Girl.

139

Robert Pattinson

Mitt Romney makes Paul Ryan the Republican vice presidential nominee, and "Cosmopolis" and "Twilight" star Robert Pattinson enjoys a pint of Ben & Jerry's ice cream.

140

Misty May-Treanor

Mitt Romney campaigns with vice-presidential candidate Paul Ryan, John Hodgman shares his love of "Twilight," and Misty May-Treanor reflects on her Olympic legend.

141

Brian Williams

Joe Biden sparks Republican outrage, John Oliver searches for America's next great political prop, and Brian Williams discusses dogs and Paul Ryan's Wienermobile.

142

Rob Corddry

Pennsylvania and Ohio pursue partisan voting laws, the Best F#@king News Team Ever warms up for the Republican National Convention, and Rob Corddry shares his Olympic medal.

143

Marco Rubio

The Best F#@king News Team ever reports from the Republican National Convention in Tampa, FL, and Marco Rubio touts Republican governing philosophies and Florida journalism.

144

Herman Cain

The 2012 Republican National Convention finds its theme, Samantha Bee investigates the Republican platform, and Herman Cain identifies differences between him and Mitt Romney.

145

Michael Steele

Paul Ryan addresses the Republican National Convention, John Oliver interprets the Republican theme "We Can Change It," and Michael Steele talks Ron Paul.

146

GOP Convention 2012: Friday

Clint Eastwood speaks to an empty chair, Mitt Romney recalls America's idyllic past, and the Best F#@king News Team Ever say goodbye to the Republican National Convention.

147

Tom Brokaw

The Democratic National Convention begins in Charlotte, NC, the Best F#@king News Team Ever updates the Obama campaign's slogan, and Tom Brokaw compares conventions.

148

Kirsten Gillibrand

Democratic National Convention speakers praise President Obama, John Oliver shares a personal Obama anecdote, and Kirsten Gillibrand calls for more women in Congress.

149

Austan Goolsbee

The Democratic Party votes to amend its platform, Bill Clinton shares hard facts, and economist Austan Goolsbee remains happily divorced from government work.

150

DNC Friday

President Obama accepts the Democratic nomination, the Best F#@king News Team Ever shares memories of Charlotte, and Fox News gets a new slogan after its convention coverage.

151

Kofi Annan

A YouTube movie sparks violence in the Middle East, John Oliver reports from Egypt, and Kofi Annan shares his views on the Syrian conflict and what it means for the world.

152

Salman Rushdie

Mitt Romney shares his opinion of 47% of Americans, Al Madrigal and Jessica Williams discuss minority advantages in America, and Salman Rushdie talks "Joseph Anton."

153

Pink

Fox News addresses the leaked Romney video, the Best F#@king News Team Ever prepares for general election sniping, and Pink performs a song from "The Truth About Love."

154

Bill Clinton

An ancient papyrus hints that Jesus was married, the Senate GOP kills a veterans jobs bill, and Bill Clinton discusses his convention speech and the Clinton Global Initiative.

155

King Abdullah II

President Obama brushes off United Nations world leaders, Mitt Romney regresses as the election approaches, and King Abdullah II of Jordan talks Arab Spring.

156

Olivia Wilde

The NFL referee lockout continues, Patrick Stewart replaces John Oliver, Jason Jones investigates Sudden Wealth Syndrome, and Olivia Wilde talks life in Kenya.

157

Amar'e Stoudemire

Hungry kids protest school lunch calorie limits, the UN General Assembly makes for bland political theater, and Amar'e Stoudemire discusses his "STAT" children's books.
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PLEASE SOMEONE DELETE THIS! THIS IS THE FIRST EPISODE OF SEASON 19 (SEE http://www.comedycentral.com/tv-schedule/the-daily-show).

1

Arnold Schwarzenegger

The Obama and Romney camps aim low at the debates, the White House responds to violence in Libya, and Arnold Schwarzenegger discusses time travel and his book, "Total Recall".

2

Liam Neeson

A Pennsylvania judge rules against the state's voter ID law, John Oliver asks Herman Cain to save America from foreign debt, and Liam Neeson talks kicking ass in "Taken 2".

3

Rand Paul

An explosive Obama video resurfaces, Stephen Colbert plays the part of Bill O'Reilly, and Rand Paul shares libertarian anecdotes from his book, "Government Bullies".

4

Bill O'Reilly

Mitt Romney's lies win the first debate, Barack Obama breaks Chris Matthews, Al Gore ponders elevation sickness, and Bill O'Reilly discusses "Killing Kennedy".

5

Pete Townshend

Slightly lower unemployment numbers spark conservative conspiracy theories, Sesame Street comes under fire, and Pete Townshend discusses his memoir, "Who I Am".

6

Ben Affleck

Mitt Romney presents his vague deficit reduction plan, Jessica Williams interviews black Mormons in Utah, and Ben Affleck rescues hostages in "Argo".

7

Magic Johnson

President Obama slams Mitt Romney over Big Bird comments, Jason Jones explains the polling of polls, and Magic Johnson reveals the secret to his rivalry with Larry Bird.

8

Paul Thomas Anderson

Down-ticket congressional races intensify, John Oliver reports on a fast-growing sector of the US economy, and Paul Thomas Anderson talks writing and directing "The Master".

9

J. K. Rowling

Joe Biden debates Paul Ryan, Martha Raddatz draws praise as debate moderator, and author J.K. Rowling discusses writing a novel without magic or Harry Potter.

10

Eugene Jarecki

Paul Ryan visits a homeless shelter in Ohio, Herman Cain touches on American exceptionalism, and Eugene Jarecki discusses the war on drugs and "The House I Live In".

11

Nate Silver

Barack Obama shows up for the second presidential debate, John Oliver recruits a focus group, and Nate Silver shares his book, "The Signal and the Noise".

12

Barack Obama

Samantha Bee explains why women voters are turned off by the debates, and President Obama weighs in on the election, Libya and Joe Biden's swimwear.

13

D.L. Hughley

The conservative media exploits an Obama sound bite, Jessica Williams and Samantha Bee follow the President's last campaign, and DL Hughley explains "The Endangered List".

14

Gerard Butler

Mitt Romney and Barack Obama debate foreign policy, John Oliver and Aasif Mandvi share closing election arguments, and Gerard Butler talks surfing in "Chasing Mavericks".

15

Dakota Meyer

Donald Trump challenges President Obama, military veterans fight the civilian economy, and war hero Dakota Meyer describes a dark day in Afghanistan.

16

Nancy Pelosi

Both parties pick winners and losers, an Indiana Senate candidate stirs up controversy, and Nancy Pelosi shares her take on the 2012 presidential election.

17

Jon Ronson

Hurricane Sandy reveals government competence, John Oliver and Jason Jones run eighth grade political campaigns, and Jon Ronson shares examples of investigative satire.

18

Bob Woodruff

Ohio suffers a storm of political ads, Jason Jones and John Oliver raise student council election funds, and Bob Woodruff promotes the "Stand Up For Heroes" fundraiser.

19

Martha Raddatz

The presidential campaigns wind down, John Oliver and Jason Jones coach young politicians, and Martha Raddatz shares the secret to her debate moderating authority.

20

Election Night 2012: This Ends Now

Election night wraps up, the Best F#@king News Team Ever reports future election results, and Samantha Bee interviews undecided voters.

21

Nate Silver

Barack Obama defeats Mitt Romney, Karl Rove refuses to admit defeat, Fox News plays the blame game, and Nate Silver explains his forecasting methodology.

22

Katie Dellamaggiore & Pobo Efekoro

Colorado legalizes marijuana, John Oliver offers a unique interpretation of the election, and Katie Dellamaggiore and Pobo Efekoro talk "Brooklyn Castle".

23

Mike Huckabee

New York cleans up after Hurricane Sandy, General Petraeus resigns as head of the CIA, and Mike Huckabee calls for a more inclusive GOP.

24

Jason Sudeikis

White House petitioners threaten secession, the Petraeus scandal widens with a second implicated general, and Jason Sudeikis channels Joe Biden and Mitt Romney.

25

Jon Meacham

The GOP does well among married women, the BBC confronts a decades-long child sex scandal, and Jon Meacham talks "Thomas Jefferson: The Art of Power".

26

Andrew Napolitano

Mitt Romney accuses President Obama of bribery, Al Madrigal investigates Arizona's legislative landscape, and Andrew Napolitano waxes Constitutional.

27

David Nasaw

Israel and Hamas call a ceasefire, God works in mysterious ways, and David Nasaw discusses "The Patriarch: The Remarkable Life and Turbulent Times of Joseph P. Kennedy".

28

Warren Buffett & Carol Loomis

Wal-Mart employees surrender their front row Black Friday seats, several parties receive blame for the Twinkie's death, and Warren Buffett and Carol Loomis talk tax fairness.

29

Neil Young

John McCain and Lindsey Graham attack Susan Rice, Marcia Fudge attacks their attack, Jason Jones examines political consulting, and Neil Young brings vinyl sound to digital.

30

Calvin Trillin

Mitt Romney joins President Obama for a private White House meeting, John Hodgman threatens to secede, and Calvin Trillin recounts the presidential race in verse.

31

Denis Leary

Fox News continues fighting the war on Christmas, Congress debates the filibuster, and Denis Leary spreads holiday cheer in his book, "Merry F**kin' Christmas".

32

R.A. Dickey

The left and right debate fiscal cliff resolutions, House Republicans pass on diversity, and Mets pitcher R.A. Dickey describes the brotherhood of the knuckleball.

33

Alan Simpson

Senate Republicans oppose the UN's disability rights treaty, Al Madrigal investigates pot-smoking seniors, and Alan Simpson untangles the fiscal cliff.

34

Chris Christie

Kate Middleton battles morning sickness, Samantha Bee predicts the royal child's future, and Chris Christie shares details of his hug with Bruce Springsteen.

35

Bishop Gene Robinson

Sports commentator Bob Costas switches subjects, Mitch McConnell's plan backfires, and Gene Robinson talks being the first openly gay bishop in Christendom.

36

Laura Linney

Michigan and Indiana wage economic warfare, Silvio Berlusconi serenades the Italian electorate, and Laura Linney discusses "Hyde Park on Hudson".

37

Cory Booker

Atheists assault Christmas, North Korea's Kim Jong-un averts Armageddon, and Newark Mayor Cory Booker touts his city's economic resurgence.

38

Kristen Stewart

California's Proposition 8 and the Defense of Marriage Act face legal hurdles, Wyatt Cenac completes one last investigation, and Kristen Stewart dances in "On the Road".

39

Anne Hathaway

America temporarily avoids the Fiscal Cliff, House Republicans vote against a Hurricane Sandy relief package, and Anne Hathaway divulges the ending to "Les Miserables".

40

Gen. Stanley McChrystal

America debates gun control, Wayne LaPierre calls for a lunatic database, and retired General Stanley McChrystal discusses his memoir, "My Share of the Task".

41

Jeff Bridges

Former AIG CEO Hank Greenberg sues America, Al Madrigal reports on Detroit's Canadian problem, and Jeff Bridges talks "The Dude and the Zen Master".

42

Josh Brolin

The government considers minting a trillion dollar coin, Al Gore sells Current TV to Al Jazeera, and Josh Brolin discusses his handsome role in "Gangster Squad".

43

Roger Waters

Paul Krugman teaches brand awareness, Jessica Williams parses President Obama's personal diversity, John Oliver investigates investigations, and Roger Waters battles the flu.

44

Bob Schieffer

Lance Armstrong opens up to Oprah, Clarence Thomas speaks for the first time in seven years, and Bob Schieffer prepares for his 13th presidential inauguration.

45

Jessica Chastain

The White House and the NRA debate gun control measures, House Republicans vote against Hurricane Sandy relief, and Jessica Chastain talks "Zero Dark Thirty".

46

Lena Dunham

President Obama addresses gun control, the White House rebuffs a petition to build a Death Star, and Lena Dunham is a Golden Globes newbie.

47

Sonia Sotomayor

President Obama is sworn in for a second term, the Best F#@king News Team Ever experiments with inauguration hairstyles, and Sonia Sotomayor talks "My Beloved World".

48

Jennifer Lopez

President Obama is sworn in for his second presidential term, Beyonce "sings" the National Anthem, and Jennifer Lopez discusses her new action film, "Parker".

49

Missy Cummings

Paul Ryan reviews President Obama's inaugural speech, Israel is no friend to Benjamin Netanyahu, and Missy Cummings shares the many applications of drones.

50

Christopher Walken

House Republicans press Hillary Clinton on Benghazi intelligence, China's smog problem helps America's self-esteem, and Christopher Walken talks "Stand Up Guys".

51

Bob Costas

Women gain access to front-line combat, North Korea promises to "settle accounts" with the United States, and Bob Costas discusses the American cultures of guns and football.

52

Melissa McCarthy

Would-be right-wing homesteaders envision a perfect society, homosexuality comes to the Boy Scouts and the NFL, and Melissa McCarthy blames Jason Bateman for "Identity Thief".

53

Al Gore

Republicans reach out to Latino voters, and Al Gore talks climate, democracy, and his book, "The Future: Six Drivers of Global Change".

54

Jason Bateman

The Senate investigates a range of gun control measures, President Obama makes a controversial skeet-shooting remark, and Jason Bateman discusses "Identity Thief".

55

Michelle Rhee

The Super Bowl suffers a power failure, Chinese hackers infiltrate the New York Times, and education reformer Michelle Rhee discusses her book, "Radical".

56

Ray Kelly

Republicans explore alternative methods of voter outreach, Facebook frustrates Germany, and Ray Kelly talks gun control and large sodas.

57

Ed Whitacre

The Obama administration is questioned over its legal basis for drone strikes, the British government addresses gay marriage, and Ed Whitacre discusses GM's revival.

58

Neil Barofsky

The White House opens up about drones, the United States Postal Service changes its work schedule, and Neil Barofsky talks banks and bailouts.

59

George Stephanopoulos

Pope Benedict XVI steps down, Harvard fails to produce the best cheaters, and George Stephanopoulos talks State of the Union addresses past and future.

60

Mike Piazza

North Korea goes miniature, Lewis Black looks to the real gun control experts, and Mike Piazza talks baseball, steroids, and his book, "Long Shot".

61

Fawzia Koofi

President Obama updates America on the State of the Union, Marco Rubio takes a water break, and Fawzia Koofi discusses her book, "The Favored Daughter".

62

Susan E. Rice

CNN owns the cruise ship story, John Oliver meets with the secretary general of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation, and Susan Rice shares her side of the Benghazi story.

63

Alison Brie

Great Britain questions the quality of its fast food, a meteor explosion over Russia fails to resonate, and Alison Brie talks "Community,""Mad Men," and Springsteen.

64

Helaine Olen

Republicans revenge themselves on Chuck Hagel, Mississippi ratifies the 13th Amendment, and Helaine Olen discusses her book, "Pound Foolish".

65

Steven Brill

The White House vows greater transparency, Jessica Williams joins up with Texas secessionists, and Steven Brill discusses his health care industry investigation.

66

Donnie Wahlberg

Mississippi's Dick Molpus is vindicated, Samantha Bee prepares for post-sequester America, and Donnie Wahlberg straddles the police communities of Boston and New York.

67

Lori Silverbush & Kristi Jacobson

Dov Hikind addresses the blackface controversy, Robert Gibbs acknowledges the drone program, and Lori Silverbush and Kristi Jacobson discuss hunger and "A Place at the Table".

68

R.J. Cutler

Wall Street enjoys a boom, Italy wanders into a religious and political power vacuum, and R.J. Cutler describes "The World According to Dick Cheney".

69

Rachel Maddow

Bob Woodward runs afoul of the White House, Jason Jones battles maple syrup addiction, and Rachel Maddow decodes the Supreme Court.

70

Paul Rudd

Congress punishes itself by not punishing itself, Dennis Rodman reaches out to Kim Jong-un, and Paul Rudd discusses his life on the Supreme Court.

71

Sandra Day O'Connor

The Supreme Court reconsiders the Voting Rights Act, and Sandra Day O'Connor discusses her life on the bench and her book, "Out of Order".

72

Neil DeGrasse Tyson

Rand Paul filibusters for real, Al Madrigal questions Puerto Rico's desire for statehood, and Neil deGrasse Tyson explains the Russian meteor event.

73

Tom Coughlin

Biological imperatives end Rand Paul's filibuster, potential papal successors gather in Rome, and Tom Coughlin discusses his book, "Earn the Right to Win".

74

Peter Dinklage

Barack Obama brokers Middle Eastern peace, Al Madrigal investigates a lesser-known form of gun violence, and "Game of Thrones"' Peter Dinklage coins a phrase.

75

Michael Moss

Republicans reboot, Larry Wilmore offers the GOP minority outreach advice, and "Salt Sugar Fat" author Michael Moss shares processed food industry secrets.

76

Eva Mendes

Government doesn't work for returning veterans, the Supreme Court weighs in on same-sex marriage, and Eva Mendes talks "The Place Beyond the Pines".

77

Denise Kiernan

The Supreme Court hears gay marriage arguments, Rupert Murdoch looks to expand his reach in LA, and Denise Kiernan investigates the women of the Manhattan Project.

78

Mary Roach

Egypt suffers democratic growing pains, John Oliver investigates violence against guns, and Mary Roach demystifies the digestive process.

79

Jonathan Sperber

Kim Jong-un fails to take the hint, Pope Francis I makes his mark, and author Jonathan Sperber delves into the personal life of Karl Marx.

80

Sheryl Sandberg

Congress anonymously supports genetically modified food, Republicans look to re-rebrand, and Sheryl Sandberg offers suggestions to close the gender gap.

81

Danny Boyle

Rutgers University fires its basketball coach, CNN evolves goats and the news, the Department of Veterans Affairs needs help, and Danny Boyle talks "Trance" and the Queen.

82

David Stockman

President Obama's budget proposal satisfies no one, Jessica Williams talks pubic lice with John Waters, and David Stockman predicts another economic crash.

83

Jimmy Carter

Virginia's "Cooch" revives the state's anti-sodomy laws, a Tennessee lawmaker takes on the young and poor, and Jimmy Carter celebrates his defeat of the guinea worm.

84

Ken Burns

Senate Republicans thwart the UN's assault on the Second Amendment, China tunes in, and Ken Burns seeks justice in "The Central Park Five".

85

Edie Falco

"Crazy" Rand Paul visits Howard University, Aasif Mandvi delves into the complicated financial world of student athletics, and Edie Falco talks theater and "Nurse Jackie".

86

Tom Cruise

The Senate proposes a long and arduous "path to citizenship," Lewis Black takes on poverty in America, and an ageless Tom Cruise talks "Oblivion".

87

Ricky Gervais

CNN goes down speculation road, the United States is accused of torture, and Ricky Gervais brings back his character from "The Office".

88

Mark Mazzetti

The Senate fails once again, John Oliver proves that gun control actually does work, and Mark Mazzetti sheds light on the CIA's secret wars.

89

Christina Hendricks

The Czech Republic ambassador clears the air, CNN covers every moment of the Boston manhunt, and Christina Hendricks considers possible "Mad Men" spinoffs.

90

Salman Rushdie

The STOCK Act gets the Congressional treatment, John Oliver continues his Australian gun control investigation, and writer Salman Rushdie transitions to filmmaking.

91

Bassem Youssef

Fox News questions the Constitution, John Hodgman finds an investment alternative to gold, and Bassem Youssef considers the humorlessness of government.

92

Vali Nasr

The George W. Bush Presidential Library opens for business, John Oliver concludes his investigation of Australian gun control, and Vali Nasr analyzes American foreign policy.

93

Jon Hamm

Congress feels the sequester pinch, the Elvis impersonator accused of mailing ricin to government officials is found innocent, and Jon Hamm talks "Mad Men"'s sixth season.

94

Robert Downey Jr

Syria questions America's resolve and line-drawing ability, longtime NBA center Jason Collins comes out as gay, and Robert Downey Jr. dons his "Iron Man 3" promotional suit.

95

Kay Bailey Hutchison

Guantanamo goes on hunger strike, Ted Cruz rankles everybody, and Kay Bailey Hutchison identifies Texas' independent roots.

96

Eric Greitens

Paper joins the axis of evil, the Best F#@king News Team Ever tracks down a fugitive document, and Eric Greitens lays out his plan to help returning veterans.

97

Christiane Amanpour

The NRA does its best CPAC impression, and Christiane Amanpour bets on CNN's resurgence.

98

Mindy Kaling

Chris Christie goes under the knife, Jessica Williams learns the real meaning of Cinco de Mayo, and Mindy Kaling divulges her Met Ball 2013 punk credentials.

99

Carey Mulligan

Benghazi-gate continues apace, CNN pulls a fast one, and Carey Mulligan immerses herself in the flapper culture of "The Great Gatsby".

100

David Sedaris

The Jodi Arias trial ends, Aasif Mandvi steers wayward youth away from dead end college degrees, and David Sedaris talks "Let's Explore Diabetes with Owls".

101

J.J. Abrams

The IRS apologizes for targeting conservative political groups, the government does something right, and J.J. Abrams notes the differences between "Star Trek" and "Star Wars".

102

Nathan Lane

President Obama takes a question about the IRS, Jessica Williams counsels a wayward conservative, and Nathan Lane shares his personal theme song.

103

Olympia Snowe

The Obama administration is hit by Hurricane Scandy, Donald Rumsfeld and Dick Cheney call for more government accountability, and Olympia Snowe considers bipartisanship.

104

George Packer

The 2016 presidential election heats up, Disney neglects its parenting duties, and George Packer surveys three decades of American life in his book, "The Unwinding".

105

Ellen Page

The Obama administration deploys some guy to do damage control, China flushes away all traces of a mysterious ooze, and Ellen Page sings Canada's praises.

106

Phil Jackson

Toronto's mayor learns that crack is whack, Al Madrigal tracks down former MSNBC pundit Dylan Ratigan, and Phil Jackson talks basketball and managing big egos.

107

Bill O'Reilly

The IRS proves short on answers, Apple answers for its tax dodge, Peggy Noonan ranks presidential scandals, and Bill O'Reilly considers the Obama administration's troubles.

108

Morgan Freeman

The Obama administration prosecutes dangerous potheads and journalists, Jason Jones measures conservative reactions to IRS profiling, and Morgan Freeman waxes scientific.

109

Maxim Pozdorovkin & Mike Lerner

The IRS gets a taste of its own medicine, John McCain visits Syrian rebels, and Mike Lerner and Maxim Pozdorovkin explain the meaning of Pussy Riot.

110

Brian Williams

China wins the Iraq War, health officials warn of a global MERS epidemic, and Brian Williams weighs in on press freedoms.

111

Jon Favreau

Chris Christie calls for a special election, Jessica Williams observes Tennessee's signature health care initiative, and Jon Favreau looks back on his White House days.

112

No Guests

New York City residents react to Citi Bike, Jon announces his trip to Iran, and John Oliver seizes power.

113

Seth Rogen

Details of the government's domestic surveillance practices emerge, the Best F#@king News Team Ever congratulates John Oliver, and Seth Rogen talks "This Is the End".

114

Armando Iannucci

Republican senators respond to the NSA surveillance controversy, Al Madrigal exposes undercover whistleblowers, and Armando Iannucci talks American politics and "Veep".

115

Mavis Staples

The "Summer of the Whistleblower" continues, Lewis Black scrutinizes cutting-edge technologies, and Mavis Staples performs songs from her album, "One True Vine".

116

Fareed Zakaria

The "Summer of the Whistleblower" continues, Lewis Black scrutinizes cutting-edge technologies, and Mavis Staples performs songs from her album, "One True Vine".

117

Linda Cardellini

Sarah Palin quits quitting, Iran votes for Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's replacement, Sam Bee reports on a bullied majority, and Linda Cardellini talks "Mad Men".

118

Jim Gaffigan

The Senate nearly accomplishes something, Mick Foley issues an immigration reform challenge, and Jim Gaffigan reflects on fatherhood.

119

Dawn Porter

President Obama doesn't feel the love in Germany, the Supreme Court rules on human gene patenting, and Dawn Porter reflects on underappreciated public defenders.

120

Tom Brokaw

Paula Deen finds herself embroiled in controversy, old-timey gangster stories dominate the news, and Tom Brokaw discusses technological innovations in news.

121

Maggie Gyllenhaal

Jason Jones learns about the Canadian financial services industry, Edward Snowden eludes the media and the authorities, and Maggie Gyllenhaal discusses "White House Down".

122

Questlove

The Supreme Court takes on the Voting Rights Act, George Zimmerman's lawyer starts the trial with a joke, and Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson links hip hop and "The Cosby Show".

123

Josh Fox

The Best F#@king News Team Ever responds to the Supreme Court's DOMA decision, Kristen Schaal cheers Wendy Davis, and Josh Fox discusses his film, "Gasland Part II".

124

Tom Goldstein

Jon Stewart says hello, Justice Scalia objects to the DOMA ruling, Edward Snowden turns up in a Moscow airport, and Tom Goldstein explains the Supreme Court's decisions.

125

Aaron Sorkin

The George Zimmerman murder trial concludes, Al Madrigal questions Latinos about other Latinos, and Aaron Sorkin talks CNN and "The Newsroom".

126

Helen Mirren

The Senate avoids destroying itself, Kate Middleton's unborn child keeps his or her fans waiting, and Helen Mirren explains why she enjoys touching celebrities.

127

Reza Aslan

Eliot Spitzer and Anthony Weiner poll well in NYC, Lewis Black responds to Rick Perry's job offer, and Reza Aslan considers the historical Jesus in his book, "Zealot".

128

Sarah Vowell

Egyptians mark the end of democracy, CNN rocks the news, and Sarah Vowell sits in for her friend, the late David Rakoff.

129

Louis C.K.

A royal son is born, Edward Snowden considers moving out of the Moscow airport, Detroit goes bankrupt, and Louis C.K. talks Woody Allen and "Blue Jasmine".

130

Richard Haass

The Best F#@king News Team Ever reports on the royal birth, and foreign policy expert Richard Haass reflects on the importance of domestic stability.

131

Shailene Woodley

Anthony Weiner becomes Carlos Danger, Larry Wilmore begins a conversation on race, and Shailene Woodley discusses "The Spectacular".

132

Bob Bradley

Goldman Sachs gets into the aluminum game, Aasif Mandvi tries convincing someone to run for Congress, and Bob Bradley talks Egyptian soccer and the World Cup.

133

Mark Leibovich

Edward Snowden receives a literary care package, Congress agrees on something, Anthony Weiner gets more bad news, and Mark Leibovich surveys the Washington landscape.

134

Tim Gunn

Judge Johnny judges Halliburton, Lance Armstrong and Joe Biden, Pope Francis changes the Catholic tone toward homosexuality, and Tim Gunn talks "Project Runway".

135

Hank Azaria

Congress continues being unpopular, Jason Jones travels to Kentucky, Anthony Weiner 9/11s his d**k pics, and Hank Azaria discusses "Lovelace".

136

Colin Quinn

America's fast food workers demand better pay, Hillary Clinton's lunch ignites 2016 election buzz, and Colin Quinn teaches Constitutional history.

137

Neal Thompson

The 2016 Republican presidential field expands, politics engulfs sports and the royal baby, and Neal Thompson recounts the life of Robert Ripley in "A Curious Man".

138

Liam Hemsworth

Tax reform terrifies politicians who want tax reform, Jessica Williams and Samantha Bee debate the race question, and Liam Hemsworth talks sports and white-collar crime.

139

Lake Bell

President Obama breaks his date with Vladimir Putin, David Cameron takes away England's porn, "Shark Week" is engulfed in shark-troversy, and Lake Bell talks filmmaking.

140

Kirsten Gillibrand

The SEC holds big banks accountable in small ways, Obama speaks out on sexual assault in the military, and Kirsten Gillibrand criticizes how the military handles such cases.

141

Rand Paul

Chris Matthews makes 2016 election predictions, Australia's federal candidates slip up, Dr. Sanjay Gupta turns pro-pot, and Senator Rand Paul talks health care.

142

Joshua Oppenheimer

A judge goes after NYC's stop-and-frisk policies, Jessica Williams demands stop-and-frisk on Wall Street, and Joshua Oppenheimer describes his film, "The Act of Killing".

143

Regis Philbin

Amazon's Jeff Bezos takes over The Washington Post, Elon Musk dreams up a supersonic transport capsule, and Regis Philbin describes his sports talk show, "Crowd Goes Wild".

144

Simon Pegg

Protestors oppose Russia's gay propaganda ban, Anthony Weiner insults BuzzFeed, former correspondents bid farewell to John Oliver, and Simon Pegg talks "The World's End".

145

Andrew Harper

Jon returns from the Middle East, Syria crosses America's red line, and Andrew Harper explains the reality for Syrian refugees in Jordan.

146

Mario Livio

John McCain shows his poker face, Samantha Bee searches for common ground with Russia, and Mario Livio shares some of science's greatest blunders.

147

Michael C. Hall

The New York City Democratic mayoral candidates debate the issues, Anthony Weiner fights back, and Michael C. Hall discusses the final season of "Dexter."

148

Sheri Fink

Americans debate intervention in Syria, Bashar al-Assad launches a campaign to charm the west, Republican mayoral candidates clash, and Sheri Fink prepares for disaster.

149

Bill Dedman

John Kerry offers inadvertent hope for peace in Syria, a drug boat burns off the coast of Italy, and Bill Dedman sheds light on a reclusive heiress.

150

Bob Odenkirk & David Cross

Bill de Blasio wins the New York City Democratic primary, members of Congress address Egypt's people, and David Cross and Bob Odenkirk talk "Hollywood Said No!"

151

Billy Crystal

Vladimir Putin assumes the role of peacemaker, Aasif Mandvi reports on the plight of biotech companies, and Billy Crystal recounts a bygone era in comedy.

152

Robert Reich

Lindsey Graham declares war on not going to war in Syria, Pope Francis takes aim at Catholic dogma, and Robert Reich predicts a return to progressivism.

153

Jake Gyllenhaal

CNN learns the wrong lessons from Boston, the Best F#@king News Team Ever speculatively reports a Godzilla attack, and Jake Gyllenhaal talks "Prisoners."

154

Hugh Jackman

Washington D.C. gun laws prove ineffective, Al Madrigal tests the limits of southern hospitality, and Hugh Jackman embraces the darkness in "Prisoners."

155

Chelsea Clinton

Businesses circumvent Obamacare, Aasif Mandvi celebrates India's Miss America victory, and Chelsea Clinton shares details of her work at the Clinton Foundation.

156

Richard Dawkins

Republicans rally against Obamacare, Jessica Williams reports on the future of international shipping, and Richard Dawkins compares science and religion.

157

Atoms for Peace

Ted Cruz takes a stand against the Affordable Care Act, and Thom Yorke and Flea perform songs from their joint project, Atoms for Peace.

158

Robin Williams

President Hassan Rouhani of Iran hits New York, Pope Francis and Republicans disagree on scriptural matters, and Robin Williams talks "The Crazy Ones."
Episode Description

1

Bill O'Reilly

Republicans threaten to shutter the government if their Obamacare demands go unmet, and Bill O'Reilly talks Syria and "Killing Jesus".

2

David Mitchell

Fox News weathers the government shutdown, Jason Jones surveys Obamacare supporters and opponents, and David Mitchell discusses "The Reason I Jump".

3

Sandra Bullock

Congressional Republicans show signs of shutdown remorse, Lewis Black sets his sights on Barilla Pasta, and Sandra Bullock talks zero-gravity projectile vomit.

4

Kerry Washington

Fox News investigates the liberal shutdown, Smokey the Bear gets furloughed, Sam Bee interviews a rebellious Republican, and Kerry Washington discusses "Scandal".

5

Kathleen Sebelius

Obamacare commences, Democratic incompetence battles Republican nihilism, and Kathleen Sebelius clarifies the finer points of the Affordable Care Act.

6

Malala Yousafzai

Republicans deny responsibility for the shutdown and Malala Yousafzai talks fighting the Taliban.

7

Michael Fassbender

Moderate Republicans remain in hiding and Michael Fassbender plays a really bad guy.

8

Brian Jay Jones

A Medicaid expansion encounters Republican turbulence and Brian Jay Jones talks Jim Henson.

9

Alan Greenspan

The government's health care technology sputters and Alan Greenspan reconsiders Wall Street.

10

Malcolm Gladwell

Mainstream Republicans battle the Tea Party and Malcolm Gladwell discusses "David and Goliath".

11

Charles Krauthammer

JP Morgan Chase reaches a settlement with the government and Charles Krauthammer talks health care.

12

Chiwetel Ejiofor

Europe takes exception to America's attentions and Chiwetel Ejiofor turns out to be British.

13

Nick Offerman

Congress rides to HealthCare.gov's rescue, and Nick Offerman discusses "Paddle Your Own Canoe".

14

Debbie Wasserman Schultz

CNN asks the question that really matters and Debbie Wasserman Schultz champions Obamacare.

15

Diane Ravitch

The NSA goes on the defensive and Diane Ravitch offers solutions to public school woes.

16

Mark Fainaru-Wada

Kathleen Sebelius takes the rap for HealthCare.gov and Mark Fainaru-Wada talks "League of Denial".

17

Bob Woodruff

Toronto's Mayor Rob Ford learns crack is wack, and Bob Woodruff raises money for vets.

18

John Goodman

Toronto enables Rob Ford and John Goodman works with Garry Trudeau in "Alpha House".

19

Monique Brinson Demery

Indecision 2013 concludes and Monique Brinson Demery talks "Finding the Dragon Lady".

20

Patrick Stewart

A Second Rob Ford video emerges, NFL players defend Richie Incognito, Rand Paul is accused of plagiarism, and Patrick Stewart sheds light on his lobster costume.

21

Doris Kearns Goodwin

"60 Minutes" acknowledges errors in its Benghazi report, Jason Jones motivates voters in Colorado, and Doris Kearns Goodwin talks "The Bully Pulpit".

22

Joe Scarborough

John Kerry nearly pulls off a landmark nuclear deal with Iran, Fox News meshes medical opinion and talking points, and Joe Scarborough diagnoses Republican extremism.

23

Key & Peele

The media struggles to identify racism, New York and Chicago share a not-so-polite disagreement, and Key and Peele detail their comedy beginnings.

24

Geoffrey Rush

President Obama takes responsibility for the ACA's failings, Rob Ford appears before the Toronto city council, and Geoffrey Rush promotes "The Book Thief".

25

Elizabeth Olsen

Obamacare suffers in comparison to Hurricane Katrina, Liz Cheney assumes her father's mantle, and Elizabeth Olsen shows how not to be a Hollywood mess.

26

Bill Cosby

Toronto strips Rob Ford of his mayoral powers, Qatar constructs the country's largest steel vagina, and Bill Cosby talks "Far From Finished".

27

Tom Brokaw

Peace is declared in the pizza war between New York and Chicago, a Republican legislator enjoys hip hop and cocaine, and Tom Brokaw remembers the day JFK was killed.

28

Jennifer Lawrence

The Senate actually does something, Jessica Williams offers Black Friday shopping tips, and Jennifer Lawrence promotes "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire".

29

Ian McKellen

The Obama administration fixes HealthCare.gov, Black Friday shoppers turn violent, Christian B&B owners reject a gay couple, and Ian McKellen discusses "The Hobbit".

30

Jared Leto

Sarah Palin fights back in the war on Christmas, the RNC marks the end of racism in America, and Jared Leto returns to acting after a six-year hiatus.

31

Jehane Noujaim

Corporations differ from people after all, Samantha Bee sheds light on shady, legal business practices, and Jehane Noujaim talks "The Square".

32

Jorge Ramos

Fast food workers go on strike, John Hodgman warns of deranged millionaire flight from New York City, and Jorge Ramos predicts a Latino president.

33

Husain Haqqani

The N.S.A. wiretaps the World of Warcraft, world leaders pay tribute to Nelson Mandela, and Husain Haqqani untangles Pakistani-U.S. relations.

34

Amy Adams

Congress outdoes itself, Jason Jones embraces the art of gerrymandering, President Obama shakes hands with Raul Castro, and Amy Adams dishes on "American Hustle".

35

Reza Aslan

Congress whips up a bipartisan budget agreement, Jason Jones refuses to abandon the budget battle, and Reza Aslan addresses the Iranian nuclear agreement.

36

Evangeline Lilly

Fox News confirms Santa Claus's whiteness, Lewis Black finds the future underwhelming, and Evangeline Lilly discusses "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug".

37

Haifaa al-Mansour

Megyn Kelly clears up the white Santa misunderstanding, the media again spotlights a dangerous new trend, and Haifaa Al Mansour discusses the making of "Wadjda".

38

Erik Prince

John Boehner and Paul Ryan face conservative backlash over the budget deal, "The Hunger Games" gets real, and Erik Prince shares details from his book, "Civilian Warriors".

39

Steve Carell, Will Ferrell, David Koechner & Paul Rudd

Former E.P.A. official John Beale finally tells the truth, IKEA spies on its employees, and the stars of "Anchorman 2" cause a ruckus.

40

Jonah Hill

The Queen gets angry, John Oliver says goodbye to the Daily Show, and "The Wolf of Wall Street" star Jonah Hill shares his deep admiration for Martin Scorsese.

41

Oscar Isaac

Harsh winter conditions disprove global warming, the White House takes on the nuns, and "Inside Llewyn Davis" star Oscar Isaac remembers his punk rock roots.

42

Steve Coogan

Colorado opens for recreational weed business, beer advertisers earn America's trust with snow bikini parties, and Steve Coogan discusses "Philomena".

43

Richard Cordray

Chris Christie gets jammed by traffic, Aasif Mandvi learns about "brosurance", and Richard Cordray discusses the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

44

Scarlett Johansson

Long-term unemployment benefits lapse, Chris Christie addresses his role in the "Bridgegate" scandal, and Scarlett Johansson talks post-modern dating in "Her".

45

Roger Ross Williams

A chemical spill leaves thousands without water in West Virginia, Bill de Blasio shames New York pizza, and Roger Ross Williams discusses "God Loves Uganda".

46

Tim Gunn

New evidence emerges in Chris Christie's bridge scandal, Brit Hume decries America's feminization, The Fox Five is a love story, and Tim Gunn hosts "Under the Gunn".

47

Robert Gates

Justin Bieber bothers his neighbors, Congress threatens to nuke a nuclear deal with Iran, and former Defense Secretary Robert Gates discusses his memoir, "Duty".

48

Steven Brill

Women breach the glass ceiling, Utah and Oklahoma grapple with marriage equality, and Steven Brill weighs in on unreasonably high health care costs.

49

Marilynne Roach

President Obama imposes self-enforced guidelines on secret government surveillance, bacon shortages haunt the Super Bowl, and Marilynne Roach explains the Salem witch trials.

50

Theresa Payton

The 2014 Sochi Homophobic Olympics heats up, Jason Jones deals with untreated PTSD symptoms, and Theresa Payton talks "Privacy in the Age of Big Data."

51

Hari Sreenivasan

Bob McDonnell fails to heed his own financial advice, the Christie administration runs afoul of Hoboken's mayor, and Hari Sreenivasan discusses the art of real news.

52

Anjan Sundaram

A Syrian peace conference erupts in a word war, the world's billionaires descend on Davos to fight income inequality, and Anjan Sundaram explains "Stringer."

53

Jeff Garlin

Andrew Cuomo offends Sean Hannity, Justin Bieber supplants real news, Ted Cruz knows who's to blame for the government shutdown, and Jeff Garlin talks "The Goldbergs."

54

Louis C.K.

President Obama updates America on the State of the Union, Sam Bee investigates minimum wage protests, and Louis C.K. reveals details of his film, "Tomorrow Night".

55

Johnny Knoxville

President Obama offends sensitive Republican souls by abandoning bipartisanship in his State of the Union, and Johnny Knoxville talks "Bad Grandpa."

56

Nancy Pelosi

Atlanta shuts down following a massive two-inch blizzard, Justin Bieber and Rob Ford keep Canada in the news, and Nancy Pelosi talks government inefficiencies.

57

Bill de Blasio

The Best F#@king News Team Ever surveys New York's winter snowscape, Chris Christie employs high school tactics, and Bill de Blasio addresses the pizza controversy.

58

Elizabeth Banks

Bill O'Reilly interviews President Obama before the Super Bowl, China's lunar rover says goodbye, and Elizabeth Banks talks "The Lego Movie."

59

George Clooney

Al Qaeda fights an insurgency within its insurgency, Jason Jones investigates conservative Super PAC spending in Iowa, and George Clooney talks "The Monuments Men."

60

Robyn Doolittle

Fox News trumpets the CBO report's imaginary condemnation of Obamacare, Coca-Cola upsets American America, and Robyn Doolittle reveals the real Rob Ford.

61

Ty Burrell

Jason Jones kicks off the Sochi Olympics in Moscow, an NFL prospect comes out as gay, and "Mr. Peabody & Sherman" star Ty Burrell reflects on working with Stephen Colbert.

62

Elizabeth Kolbert

The Daily Show fills in for Bob Costas at the Olympics, Francois Hollande breaches state dinner etiquette, and Elizabeth Kolbert discusses "The Sixth Extinction."

63

Joel Kinnaman

Jason Jones takes the pulse of gay Russia, Democrats prove they're not immune to political corruption, and Joel Kinnaman talks "RoboCop."

64

Kevin Spacey

Another Florida man stands his ground against an unarmed black teenager, Republicans fight capitalism, and Kevin Spacey reveals the politics behind "House of Cards."

65

David O. Russell

The Obama administration gets philosophical on drone policy, Jason Jones discovers an unlikely conservative wonderland, and David O. Russell talks "American Hustle."

66

Ronan Farrow

Kansas Child-Hitting Law, Missouri Creationism Law, Food Recalls at Subway, Kraft and Hot Pockets, Ronan Farrow, "Ronan Farrow Daily"

67

Hooman Majd

The Sochi Games come to a close, Jason Jones discovers an important Russian adage, Larry Wilmore defends Lincoln, and Hooman Majd talks about life in Iran.

68

Michio Kaku

Ukrainians depose President Viktor Yanukovych, Mexican police apprehend a notorious drug lord, and physicist Michio Kaku talks "The Future of the Mind."

69

Liam Neeson

Arizona preemptively fends off the gay agenda, Chuck Hagel announces cuts to American military spending, and Liam Neeson explains his beef with Bill de Blasio.

70

Kevin Roose

The corruption of financial institutions is revealed, Al Madrigal explains some problems with Medicaid expansion, and Kevin Roose reflects on morose young Wall Street bankers.

71

Seth MacFarlane

Russian forces threaten to storm Ukranian bases, Jordan Klepper reports from Crimea, and Seth MacFarlane novelizes "A Million Ways to Die in the West."

72

Jim DeMint

Fox News fixates on food stamps, Jessica Williams discovers racism in surprising places, and Jim DeMint discusses "Falling in Love with America Again."

73

Rachel Maddow

Senate shamefully rejects a veteran benefits bill, Hamid Karzai criticizes American presence in Afghanistan, and Rachel Maddow revisits the Iraq War in "Why We Did It."

74

Kimberly Marten

Vladimir Putin embraces his own geopolitical propaganda, Aasif Mandvi discovers third world health care in America, and Kimberly Marten discusses the growing Crimean crisis.

75

Paul Taylor

Conservatives search for a presidential hopeful at CPAC, Pope Francis' papacy turns one, and Paul Taylor discusses millennials in his book "The Next America."

76

Andrew Napolitano

America scrutinizes Vladimir Putin closely as Russia exerts control in Crimea, and Andrew Napolitano gives a lengthy defense of his views on Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War.

77

Jason Bateman

Jordan Klepper denies CIA interference in the Senate's torture investigation, Samantha Bee discovers Medicare covers penis pumps, and Jason Bateman learns Yiddish.

78

Anita Hill

Fox News gives some math lessons on welfare spending, Mitch McConnell's campaign gives rise to the game #McConnelling, and Anita Hill is the subject of a new documentary.

79

Arianna Huffington

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappears mysteriously, Surgeon General nominee Dr. Vivek Murthy faces opposition, and Arianna Huffington redefines success in "Thrive."

80

Amy Yates Wuelfing & Gibby Haynes

Russia annexes Crimea despite international scorn, the Mitch McConnell game continues with #meconnelling, and Amy Yates Wuelfing and Gibby Haynes fondly remember City Gardens.

81

Jude Law

Jordan Klepper promotes biblical health care, Samantha Bee finds family with the cast of "Morning Joe", and Jude Law discusses getting into character for "Dom Hemingway."

82

Nate Silver

Kristen Schaal offers marriage advice to young women, Aasif Mandvi investigates the impacts of fracking, and Nate Silver discusses his website "FiveThirtyEight.com".

83

Peter Dinklage

Governor Chris Christie's own investigation exonerates him, corruption scandals emerge nationwide, and Peter Dinklage shares his admiration for a Croatian security guard.

84

Michael Lewis

CNN desperately struggles to fill its news cycle with Flight 370 developments, and Michael Lewis discusses the Wall Street corruption detailed in his book "Flash Boys."

85

Samuel L. Jackson

General Motors takes its sweet time recalling a deadly part, John Hodgman gets into offshore banking, and Samuel L. Jackson shares how cool it is to film action movies.

86

Pelé

Aasif Mandvi reports on a Supreme Court ruling that gives wealthy Americans a stronger voice in politics, and Pele shares some highlights from his momentous soccer career.

87

Matt Taibbi

The leaders of the Bush Administration defend their legacy, Afghan voters overcome immense obstacles, and author Matt Taibbi talks justice and the wealth gap in "The Divide."

88

Denis Leary

Al Madrigal tackles the liberal Latino media bias regarding Obamacare, "Noah" disappoints certain moviegoers, and Denis Leary shares his hairstyle choices for "Draft Day."

89

Colin Firth

Samantha Bee fears Putin is plotting to invade Brooklyn, Fox News covers spring break festivities, and Colin Firth discusses his role in "The Railway Man."

90

Jennifer Garner

Stephen Colbert makes an exciting career move, college athletes struggle to unionize, and Jennifer Garner shares Kevin Costner's off-set activities while filming "Draft Day."

91

Gina McCarthy

Cliven Bundy fights for his lawless ranching practices, Putin remains dishonest about Russia's involvement in Ukraine, and Gina McCarthy discusses being EPA administrator.

92

Elizabeth Warren

Women in politics continue to face sexist double standards, and Senator Elizabeth Warren discusses "A Fighting Chance" and the need for political reform.

93

Robin Roberts

Sean Hannity contradicts his own beliefs, Stephen Colbert decides to end his show, and Robin Roberts shares her struggles with breast cancer.

94

Ramachandra Guha

CNN receives advice on how to report properly, John Oliver discusses his post-correspondent life, and Ramachandra Guha shares Gandhi's early political influences.

95

Mookie Wilson

Diverse forms of racial discrimination hit the media, Larry Wilmore explains how to tackle racism in America, and Mookie Wilson discusses team relationships in sports.

96

William D. Cohan

Sarah Palin gives a speech at the NRA convention, Jordan Klepper reports on low-cost legal aid for gun users, and William D. Cohan discusses the Duke lacrosse scandal.

97

Martin Gilens & Benjamin Page

Controversies hit several government agencies, Rep. Michael Grimm faces fraud charges, and Martin Gilens and Benjamin Page take an empirical look at politics and corruption.

98

David Spade

Bill O'Reilly complains about Beyonce's sexiness, crack-smoking Toronto Mayor Rob Ford checks into rehab, and David Spade reminds himself that he does stand-up.

99

Mariano Rivera

News about the Benghazi investigation sparks outrage from Fox News, Jordan Klepper covers the South Carolina primaries, and Mariano Rivera discusses his baseball career.

100

Peter Schuck

Samantha Bee defends the real victims of the financial crisis, lesbians face discrimination during major life events, and Peter Schuck describes effective public policy.

101

Seth Rogen

Rumors about 2016 presidential hopefuls start circulating, Jordan Klepper reports on the disastrous effects of a chemical spill, and Seth Rogen chats about "Neighbors."

102

Katie Couric

The New York Senate engages in a spirited debate about yogurt, John Hodgman considers acquiring the Los Angeles Clippers, and Katie Couric discusses the obesity epidemic.

103

Martin Blaser

A terrorist group abducts hundreds of Nigerian schoolgirls, Donald Sterling apologizes for his racist remarks, and Martin Blaser warns against the overuse of antibiotics.

104

Ron Suskind

Harry Reid takes on the Koch brothers, Hillary Clinton's health scare inspires a #Brainghazi conspiracy, and "Life, Animated" author Ron Suskind talks about autism.

105

Blondie

The media searches for the reason why Solange Knowles attacked Jay Z in an elevator, Lewis Black considers cloning himself, and Blondie celebrates their 40th anniversary.

106

Jim Parsons

India holds elections for prime minister, aging incumbents continue to run for Congress, and Jim Parsons discusses AIDS activism and "The Normal Heart."

107

James McAvoy

The V.A. continues to mismanage veterans' health care, Jason Jones compares democracy in India and America, and James McAvoy chats about "X-Men: Days of Future Past."

108

Aneesh Chopra

Chipotle bans guns in its restaurants, Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg eats a bad burger at a Mets game, and Aneesh Chopra discusses technology in government.

109

Timothy Geithner

Mitch McConnell defeats the Tea Party in Kentucky's Republican primary, Jason Jones explores India's media, and Timothy Geithner defends the handling of the financial crisis.

110

Drew Barrymore

America upholds a long tradition of mistreating its veterans, Jason Jones attempts to interview India's new prime minister, and Drew Barrymore talks about filming "Blended."

111

Robert De Niro

Egypt's popular satirical news show ends abruptly, Samantha Bee discovers a dangerous epidemic of stupidity, and Robert De Niro remembers his father's artwork.

112

Ricky Gervais

Controversy quickly shatters the happy news of a P.O.W.'s return home, Herman Cain considers the presidential race, and Ricky Gervais shares his conditions for an ideal death.

113

Gigi Ibrahim

Michael Che joins the Best F#@king News Team Ever, Republicans hold steadfast to their myopic views, and Gigi Ibrahim discusses the revolutionary movement in Egypt.

114

Tom Cruise

Gun rights activists in Texas start carrying rifles in public, Michael Che and Jordan Klepper give tips on proper gun etiquette, and Tom Cruise chats about "Edge of Tomorrow."

115

Philip K. Howard

Fox News gets worked up over a beard, Jason Jones and Jessica Williams report on the Bowe Bergdahl controversy, and Philip K. Howard discusses government paralysis.

116

Sebastian Junger

Congress scrutinizes the V.A. for its ongoing failures, Jordan Klepper investigates how unionizing would affect college athletes, and Sebastian Junger discusses "Korengal."

117

Senator Charles Schumer

Eric Cantor loses his primary election in a surprising upset, a Connecticut boy accidently brings a grenade to school, and Charles Schumer shares some news from Washington.

118

Christopher Walken

The militant group ISIS overruns much of Iraq, Jason Jones delves into the world of Google Glass users, and Christopher Walken discusses "Jersey Boys."

119

Howard Schultz

Iraq War supporters go on a reunion tour, America has conflicting feelings about Iran and Saudi Arabia, and Howard Schultz shares some exciting news about Starbucks.

120

Daniel Schulman

Texas Republicans try to "cure" gay people with reparative therapy, Donald Trump clashes with Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, and Daniel Schulman discusses "Sons of Wichita."

121

Kevin Hart

CNN and Fox News interview Hillary Clinton on the same day, Al Madrigal investigates chicken boxing, and "Think Like a Man Too" star Kevin Hart talks about hosting "WWE Raw."

122

Hamid Al-Bayati

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office revokes the Redskins' trademark, Republicans find new ways to deny climate change, and Hamid Al-Bayati discusses the crisis in Iraq.

123

Bill Maher

President Obama sends military advisors to Iraq, an Egyptian court convicts three well-respected journalists, and Bill Maher talks politics and the New York Mets.

124

Jennifer Esposito

The IRS struggles with proper recordkeeping, Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden drum up support, and Jennifer Esposito discusses her book, "Jennifer's Way."

125

Keira Knightley

Two aging incumbents win re-election, Jordan Klepper and Jessica Williams share campus safety do's and don'ts, and Keira Knightley describes singing in "Begin Again."

126

Melissa McCarthy

Republicans spout incongruous domestic and foreign policy ideas, Samantha Bee reports on child labor in the U.S., and Melissa McCarthy discusses her film "Tammy."

127

Dahlia Lithwick

Numerous global crises emerge during summer vacation, Jessica Williams and Jason Jones report on the Hobby Lobby case, and Dahlia Lithwick discusses the Supreme Court.

128

Hillary Clinton

Thousands of child immigrants flee to America in search of a better life, and Hillary Clinton discusses her experiences as Secretary of State and her memoir, "Hard Choices."

129

Jerry Seinfeld

The federal Highway Trust Fund runs dry, an "anonymous" informant reveals the CIA's cafeteria secrets, and Jerry Seinfeld talks about "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee."

130

Emma Stone

Republicans seek to impeach Barack Obama, Jessica Williams investigates an Army regulation that targets black women, and Emma Stone chats about "Magic in the Moonlight."

131

Sue Turton

International tensions escalate after Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 is shot down over Ukraine, and Sue Turton discusses the Egyptian trial of several Al Jazeera journalists.

132

Richard Linklater

Rupert Murdoch decides that he wants to own Time Warner, Jordan Klepper interviews the victims of civil forfeiture, and Richard Linklater discusses his film "Boyhood."

133

George Takei

A court ruling deals Obamacare a heavy blow, the summer news cycle needs more scandals and animal attacks, and George Takei discusses the documentary "To Be Takei."

134

Fareed Zakaria

Gov. Andrew Cuomo tackles corruption everywhere but in his own office, a Japanese artist commits an unusual crime, and Fareed Zakaria discusses diplomacy in a changing world.

135

Sonia Nazario

A Times Square photo op goes awry, global leaders struggle to broker peace in the Middle East, and Sonia Nazario discusses "Enrique's Journey."

136

Sara Firth

The U.S. helps arm several countries in the Middle East, the LetsBuyCNN.com Kickstarter campaign is a success, and Sara Firth discusses her decision to leave RT.

137

Maggie Gyllenhaal

Corporations throw tantrums and move to Europe, Jordan Klepper reports on hard-hitting journalism in a digital world, and Maggie Gyllenhaal discusses "The Honorable Woman."

138

Aubrey Plaza

Congress spends the time before summer recess deciding to sue President Obama, Jason Jones tries to stop supporting the NFL, and Aubrey Plaza discusses "Life After Beth."

139

Elisabeth Moss

The child immigration crisis continues, Jordan Klepper explains the ethics of border smugglers, and Elisabeth Moss discusses "The One I Love."

140

Helen Thorpe

Jessica Williams does some dubious health reporting, Michael Che investigates a particular kind of brand-name loyalty, and Helen Thorpe discusses her book "Soldier Girls."

141

Wu-Tang Clan

Republicans battle it out in the Kansas and Kentucky primaries, Jordan Klepper shows off his rap skills, and Wu-Tang Clan performs "Ron O'Neal" and "Triumph."

142

Tracy Droz Tragos

Former Governor Bob McDonnell and his wife face corruption charges, Rand Paul begins to act like a presidential candidate, and Tracy Droz Tragos discusses "Rich Hill."

143

David Rose

A police officer shoots an unarmed black teenager in Missouri, Michael Che flees Earth to avoid discrimination, and David Rose discusses his book "Enchanted Objects."

144

Hassan Abbas

ISIS looks to establish a caliphate, Samantha Bee comes up with ways for Michael Sam to succeed in the NFL, and Hassan Abbas discusses "The Taliban Revival."

145

Todd Glass

Rick Perry is indicted on two felony counts, Jason Jones examines Germany and America's friendship, and Todd Glass discusses his book "The Todd Glass Situation."

146

Ramita Navai

Jessica Williams addresses a catcaller, former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor finds a new job, and Ramita Navai discusses her book "City of Lies."

147

Rory Kennedy

Jordan Klepper bares it all in the wake of a hacking scandal, conflict between Russia and Ukraine continues, and Rory Kennedy discusses her documentary "Last Days in Vietnam."

148

Adam Levine

Campaign ads for the midterm elections roll out, Michael Che investigates a potential children's invasion of the U.S., and Adam Levine discusses Maroon 5's album "V."

149

Kirsten Gillibrand

ISIS inspires an unexpected reunion, and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand describes the struggles women face in her book "Off the Sidelines: Raise Your Voice, Change the World."

150

Ban Ki-moon

The NFL suspends Ray Rice indefinitely, Scotland considers breaking away from the U.K., and U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon discusses the state of the world.

151

Tavis Smiley

President Obama delivers a speech about ISIS, Jordan Klepper becomes an Obamacare critic, and Tavis Smiley discusses "Death of a King."

152

Ken Burns

President Obama gathers a coalition to fight ISIS, Samantha Bee explains Senator Lindsey Graham's paranoia, and Ken Burns discusses "The Roosevelts: An Intimate History."

153

Bill Hader

Hillary Clinton remains secretive about her intentions for 2016, Michael Che takes on the pharmaceutical industry, and Bill Hader discusses his movie "The Skeleton Twins."

154

Zephyr Teachout

The NFL struggles with its image after several cases of domestic abuse emerge, Ebola poses a greater threat than ISIS, and Zephyr Teachout discusses "Corruption in America."

155

Bill Clinton

Joe Biden's word choices jeopardize his election hopes, The Best F#@king News Team Ever says goodbye to Michael Che, and Bill Clinton discusses the Clinton Global Initiative.

156

Jenny Nordberg

New York City hosts a historic climate change march, Jason Jones pilfers an outfit from the White House, and Jenny Nordberg discusses "The Underground Girls of Kabul."

157

Tony Zinni

Jessica Williams reports on the terrorist supergroups that could replace ISIS and the Khorasan Group, and General Tony Zinni discusses "Before the First Shots Are Fired."

158

Tia Torres

Samantha Bee campaigns for office on her home planet, the Chinese company Alibaba debuts on Wall Street, and Tia Torres discusses "Pit Bulls & Parolees."

159

Steven Johnson

The media fixates on President Obama's "latte salute," Jason Jones speaks with activists protesting the Redskins' name, and Steven Johnson discusses "How We Got to Now."
Episode Description

1

Hadi al-Bahra

Congress fails to debate going to war with ISIS, the U.N. Climate Summit draws global leaders, and Hadi al-Bahra discusses the Syrian National Coalition's opposition movement.

2

Ben Affleck

Congress's system for passing laws slows to a halt, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits the U.S., and Ben Affleck discusses "Gone Girl" and "Batman v Superman."

3

Lena Dunham

An intruder breaches White House security, the first case of Ebola in the U.S. causes the media to panic, and Lena Dunham discusses her memoir, "Not That Kind of Girl."

4

Ben Steele

Conservatives panic about ISIS and Ebola, Jessica Williams explores the idea that sexism doesn't exist, and Ben Steele discusses "Hunted: The War Against Gays in Russia."

5

Atul Gawande

Protests in Hong Kong become more relaxed, Kim Jong-un suffers from a mysterious illness, Jordan Klepper visits the U.N., and Atul Gawande discusses his book "Being Mortal."

6

Wyatt Cenac

While Jon is out sick, Jason Jones and Samantha Bee guest host. Joe Biden offends America's allies in the Middle East, Samantha Bee investigates some missing data about police brutality, and Wyatt Cenac discusses "Wyatt Cenac: Brooklyn."

7

Leon Panetta

ISIS moves to attack the Syrian border town of Kobani, Kristen Schaal reports on the GOP's campaign targeting female voters, and Leon Panetta discusses "Worthy Fights."

8

Jeremy Renner

AIG's former CEO sues the U.S. government, Al Madrigal reports on Republicans' sudden interest in gay voters, and Jeremy Renner discusses his film "Kill the Messenger."

9

Matt Bai

Democrats display unparalleled persistence in campaign fundraising, Jessica Williams reports on modern-day exorcisms, and Matt Bai discusses "All the Truth Is Out."

10

Zach Galifianakis

A health worker in Texas contracts Ebola, Staten Island's midterm election race comes down to two lackluster candidates, and Zach Galifianakis discusses his film "Birdman."

11

Bill O'Reilly

Candidates square off in the midterm election debates, the coalition against ISIS encounters unexpected obstacles, and Bill O'Reilly discusses white privilege.

12

Bryan Stevenson

Florida gubernatorial candidate Charlie Crist cools his balls, Jessica Williams reports on Kansas's conservative utopia, and Bryan Stevenson discusses his book "Just Mercy."

13

Wendy Davis

The Best F@#king News Team Ever heads to Austin, Texas, for the midterms, a doctor in New York City contracts Ebola, and Wendy Davis discusses "Forgetting to Be Afraid."

14

Joaquin Castro

Democrats' prospects in the midterms are dire, Jason Jones reports on the key political issues in Texas, and Rep. Joaquin Castro describes a difficult year in Congress.

15

Ellar Coltrane

The Best F#@king News Team Ever reports on the immigration crisis in Texas, a Koch Brothers' advertisement gets some apt alterations, and Ellar Coltrane discusses "Boyhood."

16

Spoon

Texas Democrats are in denial about the blueness of their state, Samantha Bee investigates what makes Austin weird, and Spoon performs from their album "They Want My Soul."

17

Jake Gyllenhaal

Republicans surge ahead in the midterm election polls, Connecticut gubernatorial candidate Tom Foley defends his boat's name, and Jake Gyllenhaal discusses "Nightcrawler."

18

Reince Priebus

DEMOCALYPSE 2014: AMERICA REMEMBERS IT FORGOT TO VOTE. Republicans sweep the midterms, The Best F#@king News Team Ever offers expert election coverage, and RNC Chairman Reince Priebus celebrates his party's victory.

19

John Cleese

Jordan Klepper and Jessica Williams report on the Republicans' sweeping victory in the midterm elections, and John Cleese discusses his memoir, "So, Anyway..."

20

James Risen

President Barack Obama and Republicans attempt to work together, Democrats intentionally avoid making legislative decisions, and James Risen discusses "Pay Any Price."

21

Bruce Springsteen & Frank Caruso

President Obama increases the military presence in Iraq, Jordan Klepper examines police sensitivity training, and Bruce Springsteen and Frank Caruso discuss "Outlaw Pete."

22

Samantha Power

New York City is declared Ebola-free, China hosts the APEC summit, and U.N. Ambassador Samantha Power discusses the international efforts to combat Ebola and ISIS.

23

Steve Carell

Poaching threatens elephants and funds terrorists, police accuse Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges of flashing a gang sign, and Steve Carell discusses his film "Foxcatcher."

24

Maziar Bahari & Gael Garcia Bernal

John Oliver hosts the show, and Jason Jones, Tim Greenberg, Gael Garcia Bernal and Maziar Bahari discuss the inspiration for and making of the film "Rosewater."

25

Laura Poitras

President Obama considers an executive order on immigration, Jessica Williams reports on Detroit's water shutoffs, and Laura Poitras discusses her documentary "Citizenfour."

26

Benedict Cumberbatch

Obamacare faces scrutiny yet again, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi demonstrates her political ruthlessness, and Benedict Cumberbatch discusses "The Imitation Game."

27

Jessica Chastain

Hasan Minhaj and Jordan Klepper debate the use of gestation crates, Lewis Black investigates Black Friday's impact on laborers, and Jessica Chastain discusses "Interstellar."

28

Eddie Redmayne

The Keystone XL pipeline bill fails to pass, Republicans include a loophole in an eminent domain law, and Eddie Redmayne discusses his film "The Theory of Everything."

29

Andrew Napolitano

Civil rights protests erupt across the U.S., Governor Chris Christie vetoes a bill to ban pig gestation crates, and Judge Andrew Napolitano discusses his book "Suicide Pact."

30

Sophie Delaunay

The St. Louis Rams clash with local police, Larry Wilmore talks about the Ferguson protests, China bans puns, and Sophie Delaunay discusses Doctors Without Borders.

31

Dave Grohl

The NYPD officer whose chokehold led to Eric Garner's death is not indicted, Samantha Bee reports on pinkwashing, and Dave Grohl discusses "Foo Fighters: Sonic Highways."

32

Angelina Jolie

The media tries to find the rationale behind the Eric Garner grand jury decision, Trevor Noah joins The Best F#@king News Team Ever, and Angelina Jolie discusses "Unbroken."

33

Norman Lear

Congress works together to prevent Nazis from receiving Social Security benefits, and Norman Lear discusses his memoir, "Even This I Get to Experience."

34

Kathryn Bigelow & Juan Zarate

The Senate releases its report on CIA torture, Jordan Klepper investigates a discriminatory restaurant, and Kathryn Bigelow and Juan Zarate discuss their PSA "Last Days."

35

Suki Kim

Proponents of the CIA's torture program try to justify it, Hasan Minhaj defends America's awesomeness, and Suki Kim discusses her memoir, "Without You, There Is No Us."

36

Mick Foley

The royal family visits New York City, millennials get more than they bargained for when they join ISIS, and Mick Foley discusses his documentary "I Am Santa Claus."

37

Tim Burton

Dick Cheney defends the CIA's torture program, Jordan Klepper visits Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven for governing advice, and Tim Burton discusses his film "Big Eyes."

38

Paul McCartney

Congress passes a budget bill that's full of surprises, Aasif Mandvi reports on a suggestive South Dakotan PSA, and Paul McCartney discusses his song "Hope for the Future."

39

Anna Kendrick

LeBron James and Andrew Hawkins join in the police brutality protests, Jessica Williams defends Jay Z's reputation, and Anna Kendrick discusses her film "Into the Woods."

40

Chris Rock

Sony decides not to release "The Interview," the U.S. and Cuba begin to rebuild their relationship, Jordan Klepper reports on SantaCon, and Chris Rock discusses "Top Five."

41

Steven Brill

The countdown to Democalypse 2016 begins, "The Interview" triggers tension between the U.S. and North Korea, and Steven Brill discusses his book "America's Bitter Pill."

42

Cass Sunstein

A new congressional session begins, Staten Island Representative Michael Grimm resigns following tax evasion charges, and Cass Sunstein discusses his book "Wiser."

43

Ava DuVernay

A deadly attack hits Paris, Aasif Mandvi covers Great Britain's Nazi cow problem, Hasan Minhaj reports on homelessness in Salt Lake City, and Ava DuVernay discusses "Selma."

44

Allison Williams

Mitch McConnell brags about the Republican Congress, Jason Jones causes mischief in New York after a slowdown in arrests, and "Girls" star Allison Williams sits down with Jon.

45

Jimmy Carter

Millions march in Paris after the Charlie Hebdo shooting, Rupert Murdoch's tweet sparks a debate, and Jimmy Carter discusses the exhibition "Countdown to Zero."

46

Marco Rubio

Florida legalizes same-sex marriage, a store owner beats his employees with a lizard, and Senator Marco Rubio discusses his book "American Dreams."

47

Julianne Moore

A French comedian is arrested despite the country's stance on free speech, police in the Philippines are ordered to wear diapers, and Julianne Moore discusses "Still Alice."

48

Sienna Miller

The Keystone XL pipeline debate continues, Jessica Williams reports on a unique law regarding the right to an attorney, and Sienna Miller discusses "American Sniper."

49

Mike Huckabee

Secretary of State John Kerry visits France, the Miss Universe pageant gets wrapped up in Middle Eastern politics, and Mike Huckabee discusses "God, Guns, Grits, and Gravy."

50

Jennifer Lopez

Several Republican candidates consider a bid for president, Aasif Mandvi investigates the threat of Sharia law in Alabama, and Jennifer Lopez discusses "The Boy Next Door."

51

Anne Hathaway

Barack Obama delivers his State of the Union address, multiple Tea Party Republicans respond to the president's speech, and Anne Hathaway discusses her film "Song One."

52

Jennifer Aniston

The World Economic Forum kicks off in Switzerland, MetLife sues the federal government, Trevor Noah reports on Boko Haram, and Jennifer Aniston discusses her film "Cake."

53

Julián Castro

Presidential hopefuls convene for the Iowa Freedom Summit, Republicans try to appeal to the middle class more, and Julian Castro discusses his work at HUD.

54

Jill Leovy

The media fixates on Winter Storm Juno's impact on New York City, a drone crashes into the White House, and journalist Jill Leovy discusses her book "Ghettoside."

55

Oscar Isaac

President Obama pays his respects to Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah, Kristen Schaal addresses male oppression on the subway, and Oscar Isaac discusses "A Most Violent Year."

56

Sarah Chayes

The Deflategate scandal rocks the NFL right before the Super Bowl, Jessica Williams investigates mixed-party dating, and Sarah Chayes discusses her book "Thieves of State."

57

Martin Short

Mike Huckabee tackles the topic of same-sex marriage during his book tour, Jordan Klepper reports on China's magic industry, and Martin Short discusses "I Must Say."

58

Bill Browder

Measles makes a shocking comeback, groundhogs get their yearly moment in the spotlight, and Bill Browder discusses his book "Red Notice."

59

Wes Moore

The 114th Congress celebrates one month in office, Senator Thom Tillis suggests that public health standards are overrated, and Wes Moore discusses his book "The Work."

60

Bob Odenkirk

Strong contenders for the 2016 race begin to emerge, John Boehner invites Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to Congress, and Bob Odenkirk discusses "Better Call Saul."

61

Patricia Arquette

Brian Williams comes under fire for misleading the public, Bassem Youssef reflects on the quagmire in the Middle East, and Patricia Arquette discusses her film "Boyhood."

62

David Axelrod

Fox News unexpectedly reverses their complaints about President Obama, and David Axelrod discusses his lengthy career as a political strategist in his book "Believer."

63

Colin Firth

Kansas and Alabama restrict gay rights, Jordan Klepper speaks with a group of Las Vegas teens about sex education, and Colin Firth discusses his film "Kingsman."

64

Christine Lagarde

Conservatives criticize President Obama's ISIS offensive while Rudy Giuliani questions his patriotism, and Christine Lagarde discusses the International Monetary Fund.

65

Lynsey Addario

An article in Mother Jones questions Bill O'Reilly's credibility, Samantha Bee reports on Vice President Biden's bad habit, and Lynsey Addario discusses "It's What I Do."

66

Conan O'Brien

Conservative pundits question Jon's honor, Congressman Aaron Schock posts his possibly publicly funded adventures on Instagram, and Conan O'Brien discusses his trip to Cuba.

67

Olivia Wilde

Several whistleblowers are penalized after exposing misconduct, Hasan Minhaj tackles inequality among the 1%, and Olivia Wilde discusses her film "The Lazarus Effect."

68

Robert Smigel

Congress threatens to defund the Department of Homeland Security, Senator Jim Inhofe argues against climate change, and Robert Smigel discusses Night of Too Many Stars.

69

Sigourney Weaver

Benjamin Netanyahu is invited to speak before Congress, Aasif Mandvi reveals a potential future for print media, and Sigourney Weaver discusses her film "Chappie."

70

Viacheslav Fetisov

Hillary Clinton's informal emailing style causes controversy, Jordan Klepper reports on a surprising Florida law, and Viacheslav Fetisov discusses the documentary "Red Army."

71

Gerald Posner

Jessica Williams reports on the Department of Justice's investigation into Ferguson, an opposition leader in Russia is murdered, and Gerald Posner discusses "God's Bankers."

72

John Lewis

The U.S. commemorates the 50th anniversary of "Bloody Sunday" in Selma, and Congressman John Lewis reflects on the civil rights movement in his graphic novel trilogy, "March."

73

Abbi Jacobson & Ilana Glazer

Senate Republicans send a letter to Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Lewis Black investigates animal cruelty, and Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer discuss Broad City.

74

Common

Fraternity brothers are caught on tape chanting racial slurs, Hillary Clinton gives an explanation for her informal email practices, and Common discusses "Run All Night."

75

Rob Corddry

Several New Jersey officials engage in questionable practices, Jordan Klepper reports on Hurricane Sandy survivors, and Rob Corddry discusses his show "Childrens Hospital."

76

Andrew Cockburn

Several states work to erase equal rights for the LGBT community, the Secret Service and the media require interventions, and Andrew Cockburn discusses his book "Kill Chain."

77

Amanda Seyfried

Democrats filibuster a bipartisan human trafficking bill, the food industry takes varying approaches to the obesity crisis, and Amanda Seyfried discusses "While We're Young."

78

Kevin Hart

Congressman Aaron Schock resigns following inquiries into his use of taxpayer dollars, Benjamin Netanyahu wins re-election in Israel, and Kevin Hart discusses "Get Hard."

79

Will Ferrell

Fox News selectively covers the Department of Justice reports on Ferguson, Trevor Noah challenges Jon to a chess game, and Will Ferrell discusses his film "Get Hard."

80

Ayaan Hirsi Ali

The V.A. continues its legacy of inadequacy, Senator Ted Cruz officially announces his plans to run for president, and Ayaan Hirsi Ali discusses her book "Heretic."

81

Jon Ronson

A sex-trafficking bill remains stuck in Congress, Kristen Schaal reports on gender wage equality, and Jon Ronson discusses his book "So You've Been Publicly Shamed."

82

Kirby Dick & Amy Ziering

California and Florida feel the effects of climate change, Hasan Minhaj interviews an Oregon pot grower, and Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering discuss "The Hunting Ground."

83

John Hargrove

Jason Jones bids farewell to The Daily Show, Jon congratulates Fox News for being right, and former orca trainer John Hargrove discusses his book "Beneath the Surface."

84

Gene Baur

Indiana passes a controversial religious freedom law, Jordan Klepper chases after crowdfunding donations, and Gene Baur discusses his book "Living the Farm Sanctuary Life."

85

Peter Dinklage

Hasan Minhaj reports on the U.S.-Iran nuclear deal, Senator Rand Paul announces his presidential bid, and Peter Dinklage discusses the fifth season of "Game of Thrones."

86

Tavis Smiley

Rolling Stone retracts an article, Samantha Bee reports on a shocking custody issue, Mayor Rahm Emanuel wins re-election, and Tavis Smiley discusses "My Journey with Maya."

87

Elizabeth Warren

Kansas passes a lenient gun safety law while enforcing harsh welfare regulations, and Senator Elizabeth Warren discusses corruption, student debt and "A Fighting Chance."

88

Adam Horovitz

Hillary Clinton announces her presidential bid, Bassem Youssef unpacks the confusing proxy wars in the Middle East, and Adam Horovitz discusses his film "While We're Young."

89

Fareed Zakaria

Congress criticizes a proposed treaty with Iran, Hillary Clinton overshadows Marco Rubio's presidential bid, and Fareed Zakaria discusses "In Defense of a Liberal Education."

90

Billy Crystal

The media struggles to deliver relevant content in appropriate ways, Jordan Klepper investigates the future of Christianity, and Billy Crystal discusses "The Comedians."

91

Eric Greitens

Dick Cheney criticizes President Obama's nuclear negotiations with Iran, the winner of the 2015 'Mercun Awards emerges, and Eric Greitens discusses his book "Resilience."

92

Gayle Tzemach Lemmon

The Best F#@king News Team Ever envisions if life were like Congress, CNN adds 4/20 coverage to its programming, and Gayle Tzemach Lemmon discusses her book "Ashley's War."

93

Jeff Garlin

Republican candidates update their positions on same-sex marriage, a man flies past Capitol security in a gyrocopter, and Jeff Garlin offers Jon a part on "The Goldbergs."

94

Dana Perino

Unethical Atlanta educators share similarities with Wall Street bankers, Aasif Mandvi uncovers a GMO conspiracy, and Dana Perino discusses her book "And the Good News Is..."

95

Neil deGrasse Tyson

Fracking causes earthquakes in Oklahoma, the NSA debuts a creepy recycling mascot, John Hodgman makes a dramatic exit, and Neil deGrasse Tyson discusses "StarTalk."

96

Elizabeth Olsen

The media misses an important Baltimore news story during the White House Correspondents' Dinner, and Elizabeth Olsen discusses her film "Avengers: Age of Ultron."

97

George Stephanopoulos

Baltimore's mayor declares a state of emergency, Hasan Minhaj reports on bipartisan prison reform, and George Stephanopoulos discusses the responsibility of the media.

98

Judith Miller

The Supreme Court considers the legality of same-sex marriage, and Judith Miller discusses the lead-up to the Iraq War and her memoir, "The Story: A Reporter's Journey."

99

Kristen Wiig

Sen. Bernie Sanders enters the presidential race, Hillary Clinton faces corruption rumors, Jon celebrates Samantha Bee's last day, and Kristen Wiig discusses "Welcome to Me."

100

Brian Grazer

Texan conspiracy theorists fear a military takeover, Jessica Williams investigates the end of same-sex marriage protests, and Brian Grazer discusses his book "A Curious Mind."

101

Willie Nelson

Three Republican candidates join the presidential race, Senator Ted Cruz contradicts his own principles, and Willie Nelson discusses his memoir "It's a Long Story: My Life."

102

Ernest Moniz

New York and New Jersey each face corruption scandals, Al Madrigal predicts who will win the Latino vote in 2016, and Ernest Moniz discusses the U.S.'s nuclear deal with Iran.

103

Mumford & Sons

Regulation of campaign financing reaches new lows, a report exposes Tom Brady's knowledge of Deflategate, and Mumford & Sons performs a song from their album "Wilder Mind."

104

John Legend

David Cameron wins re-election in the U.K., Jordan Klepper investigates the role of money in British democracy, and John Legend discusses the documentary "Southern Rites."

105

Tom Brokaw

The vetting process for the 2016 presidential candidates begins, Kristen Schaal reports on the "dad bod" trend, and Tom Brokaw discusses his memoir "A Lucky Life Interrupted."

106

Reza Aslan

Fox News takes issue with Barack Obama's stance on poverty, Jordan Klepper looks for controversial topics in the British election, and Reza Aslan discusses the state of Islam.

107

Rebel Wilson

Jeb Bush beats around the bush regarding the Iraq War and his candidacy, Lewis Black reports on several Nazi-related stories, and Rebel Wilson discusses "Pitch Perfect 2."

108

Rand Paul

Sections of the Patriot Act near expiration, Republicans propose a new surveillance act, and Sen. Rand Paul discusses his 11-hour filibuster and religious liberties.

109

Rosabeth Moss Kanter

Several top FIFA officials face corruption charges, allergy season reaches catastrophic levels, and Rosabeth Moss Kanter discusses her book "Move."

110

Matt Harvey

Senator Bernie Sanders begins his presidential campaign, ISIS attacks a major Iraqi city, and Matt Harvey discusses his pitching career with the New York Mets.

111

Stanley McChrystal

Jordan Klepper finds a new use for the NSA, Senator Lindsey Graham enters the presidential race, and General Stanley McChrystal discusses his book "Team of Teams."

112

Bill de Blasio

A CIA study analyzes America's armament of the Middle East, the media react to Caitlyn Jenner's debut, and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio outlines his progressive agenda.

113

Melissa McCarthy

Hasan Minhaj gives Muslim women advice on downplaying their religion, Jordan Klepper investigates free-range parenting, and Melissa McCarthy chats about her film "Spy."

114

Steve Buscemi

Governors Lincoln Chafee and Rick Perry kick off their presidential campaigns, John Hodgman celebrates Jon's eloquence, and Steve Buscemi discusses his talk show "Park Bench."

115

Nicola Sturgeon

Texas cops use excessive force at a pool party, Republican candidates head to Iowa, and Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon discusses seceding from the U.K.

116

Nick Offerman

President Obama attends the G7 summit, CNN's Chris Cuomo and Governor Andrew Cuomo broadcast their sibling rivalry, and Nick Offerman discusses his book "Gumption."

117

Colin Quinn

California's drought leads to unpopular water-saving strategies, The New York Times investigates Senator Marco Rubio's spending, and Colin Quinn discusses "The Coloring Book."

118

Mark Ruffalo

Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld reflects on his role in the Iraq War, Jon looks back at past interviews, and Mark Ruffalo discusses his movie "Infinitely Polar Bear."

119

Judd Apatow

NAACP leader Rachel Dolezal is accused of misrepresenting her race, Al Madrigal learns about Iowa's voting process, and Judd Apatow discusses his book "Sick in the Head."

120

Aziz Ansari

Donald Trump enters the 2016 presidential race, a restaurant chain unveils a troubling new dish, and comedian Aziz Ansari explores dating trends in his book "Modern Romance."

121

Bill Clinton

Jon relives Donald Trump's presidential announcement speech, the House of Representatives votes on trade legislation, and Bill Clinton discusses the U.S.'s economic prospects.

122

Malala Yousafzai

Jon speaks out about the church massacre in Charleston, S.C., and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Malala Yousafzai discusses the documentary "He Named Me Malala."

123

Al Franken

Fox News accuses liberals of politicizing the South Carolina shooting, Jessica Williams takes on the Confederate flag, and Al Franken discusses going from comedy to Congress.

124

Seth MacFarlane

Presidential contender Donald Trump establishes his campaign platform, Hasan Minhaj honors Jon's physical fortitude, and director Seth MacFarlane discusses his movie "Ted 2."

125

Andrew Napolitano

Southern states consider taking down the Confederate flag, Jessica Williams weighs in on the idea of a female-fronted $10 bill, and Andrew Napolitano discusses free speech.

126

Richard Lewis

Pope Francis upsets Republicans with his remarks on global warming, Bobby Jindal enters the presidential race, and comedian Richard Lewis discusses his show "Blunt Talk."

127

Taylor Schilling

Conservatives react to the Supreme Court's ruling on marriage equality, Justice Antonin Scalia issues an unusual dissent, and Taylor Schilling discusses "The Overnight."

128

Jon Hamm

Conservatives win big in Supreme Court rulings on environmental regulations and the death penalty, Jon sings the news, and Jon Hamm discusses his film "Minions."

129

Kirsten Gillibrand

Gov. Chris Christie kicks off his presidential campaign, and Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand describes finding common ground in Congress and working to pass a paid family leave bill.

130

Sarah Vowell

Donald Trump defends his racist remarks, Ohioans fight a Native American group over an Alaskan mountain, and Sarah Vowell discusses "Lafayette in the Somewhat United States."

131

Paul Rudd

Donald Trump belittles Sen. John McCain's war hero status, Jordan Klepper examines the possibility of an openly churlish president, and Paul Rudd discusses his film "Ant-Man."

132

Barack Obama

President Barack Obama sits down with Jon one last time to discuss senioritis, his relationship with the media and how to engage young people in public service.

133

Jake Gyllenhaal

Republicans criticize the U.S.'s nuclear deal with Iran, Senator Chuck Schumer reviews New York City diners with MSNBC, and Jake Gyllenhaal talks about his film "Southpaw."

134

Ta-Nehisi Coates

Donald Trump remains the most entertaining 2016 presidential candidate, Chuck Schumer wishes Jon mazel tov, and Ta-Nehisi Coates discusses his book "Between the World and Me."

135

David McCullough

FBI officials warn of ISIS's Twitter capabilities, Mike Huckabee likens the Iran nuclear deal to the Holocaust, and David McCullough discusses his book "The Wright Brothers."

136

Tom Cruise

President Obama visits Ethiopia and Kenya, Hasan Minhaj and Jordan Klepper make Jon answer fans' questions, and Tom Cruise discusses "Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation."

137

Doris Kearns Goodwin

Jon's White House visit leads to wild media speculation, an Arkansas pastor takes on LGBT rights, and Doris Kearns Goodwin discusses "Lyndon Johnson and the American Dream."

138

J.J. Abrams

Republicans battle for a place at the primary debates, Seth Rollins presents a look back at show sponsors, and J.J. Abrams discuses "Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation."

139

Amy Schumer

The Koch brothers make five Republican candidates vie for their money, Fox News accuses Jon of being a liberal propagandist, and Amy Schumer discusses her movie "Trainwreck."

140

Denis Leary

Hillary Clinton prepares for Joe Biden's alleged presidential run, Jessica Williams revisits subjects from past field pieces, and Denis Leary discusses "Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll."

141

Louis C.K.

On Jon's penultimate show, he examines his legacy of eviscerating the opposition, reflects on his noteworthy TV moments and discusses returning to stand-up with Louis C.K.

142

Jon Stewart's Final Episode

On Jon's last episode of The Daily Show, he revisits The Best F#@king News Team Ever, gets a send-off from his top political targets and says goodbye after 16 years as host.
Episode Description

1

Kevin Hart

John Boehner resigns as Speaker of the House, NASA finds evidence of water on Mars, and comedian Kevin Hart discusses his film "Ride Along 2" and his "What Now" tour.

1

Kevin Hart

John Boehner resigns as Speaker of the House, NASA finds evidence of water on Mars, and comedian Kevin Hart discusses his film "Ride Along 2" and his "What Now" tour.

1

Kevin Hart

John Boehner resigns as Speaker of the House, NASA finds evidence of water on Mars, and comedian Kevin Hart discusses his film "Ride Along 2" and his "What Now" tour.

1

Kevin Hart

John Boehner resigns as Speaker of the House, NASA finds evidence of water on Mars, and comedian Kevin Hart discusses his film "Ride Along 2" and his "What Now" tour.

2

Whitney Wolfe

President Obama and Vladimir Putin meet for an uncomfortable dinner, ISIS fills the black market with ancient relics, and Bumble founder Whitney Wolfe discusses dating trends.

3

Chris Christie

Jordan Klepper and Roy Wood Jr. investigate police bias, Al Madrigal looks into espionage rumors at the Waldorf Astoria, and Chris Christie discusses his presidential bid.

4

Ryan Adams

Donald Trump proves to be a viable African president, The Best F#@king News Team Ever celebrates autumn, and Ryan Adams covers Taylor Swift's songs from his album "1989."

5

Seth Rogen

Trevor examines pro-lifers' stance on guns, Jessica Williams finds an efficient way to report on a mass shooting in Oregon, and Seth Rogen discusses his film "Steve Jobs."

6

Aaron Sorkin

Jordan Klepper weighs in on the ethics of using service apps like Uber, robots threaten the jobs of journalists, and screenwriter Aaron Sorkin discusses his film "Steve Jobs."

7

Evgeny Afineevsky

Ben Carson defends his response to a school shooting in Oregon, Ronny Chieng explores virtual reality, and Evgeny Afineevsky discusses his documentary "Winter on Fire."

8

Rachel Maddow

Hasan Minhaj investigates a fair-hiring campaign for former offenders, Rupert Murdoch endorses Ben Carson, and Rachel Maddow weighs in on the 2016 election.

9

Ta-Nehisi Coates

Roy Wood Jr. visits the Justice or Else rally, CNN gets ready to host the first Democratic presidential debate, and Ta-Nehisi Coates discusses mass incarceration in the U.S.

10

Richard Dawkins

Republicans court Paul Ryan for Speaker of the House, Lewis Black examines how businesses attract millennials, and Richard Dawkins discusses "Brief Candle in the Dark."

11

Tom Hiddleston

The Best F#@king News Team Ever recaps the Democratic presidential debate, CNN unleashes its best Las Vegas puns, and Tom Hiddleston discusses his movie "Crimson Peak."

12

Jack Black

The FBI investigates fantasy sports sites for insider trading, an Illinois mayor falls victim to a Twitter parody account, and Jack Black discusses his film "Goosebumps."

13

Martin O'Malley

CNN declares Hillary Clinton the winner of the first Democratic debate, Donald Trump and Jeb Bush argue on Twitter, and Martin O'Malley discusses his presidential bid.

14

Judah Friedlander

Jordan Klepper dissects racial diversity in "Star Wars," Wolf Blitzer shames presidential hopeful Lincoln Chafee, and Judah Friedlander discusses "If the Raindrops United."

15

Brie Larson

Joe Biden decides not to run for president, Jordan Klepper reports on an Illinois couple unable to cash a lottery check due to budget cuts, and Brie Larson discusses "Room."

16

John Harwood

Hillary Clinton testifies at the eighth Benghazi hearing, Jeb Bush calls Supergirl "hot," and CNBC's John Harwood discusses moderating a Republican presidential debate.

17

Fareed Zakaria

President Obama sends ground troops to fight ISIS in Syria, police remain fearful of public scrutiny, and Fareed Zakaria discusses his documentary "Long Road to Hell."

18

Gloria Steinem

Jordan Klepper explains why Iowa is afraid of The Daily Show, GOP presidential hopefuls submit their debate demands, and Gloria Steinem discusses "My Life on the Road."

19

Regina King

The Best F#@king News Team Ever visits Trevor after he has an emergency appendectomy, China ends its one-child policy, and actress Regina King discusses "The Leftovers."

20

Pras

Presidential hopeful Ben Carson defends his violent past, Ronny Chieng examines outdated voting machines, and Pras discusses his documentary "Sweet Micky for President."

21

Dan Price

Donald Trump calls for a Starbucks boycott, the U.S. builds a $43 million gas station in Afghanistan, and Gravity Payments CEO Dan Price explains his company's salary minimum.

22

Chris Hayes

Desi Lydic fact-checks GOP presidential candidates' statements from the Republican debate, and MSNBC's Chris Hayes weighs in on the presidential hopefuls.

23

Christine and The Queens

Jordan Klepper investigates campaign finance reform, Trevor presents The Myanmar Daily Show, and Christine and The Queens perform "Tilted" and "It."

24

David Holbrooke

Trevor addresses the terrorist attacks in Paris, Desi Lydic fact-checks the latest Democratic debate, and David Holbrooke discusses his documentary "The Diplomat."

25

Timbaland

Trevor examines the politicization of the ISIS attacks in Paris, Roy Wood Jr. explains why Alabama is refusing Syrian refugees, and Timbaland discusses "The Emperor of Sound."

26

Ted Koppel

Jessica Williams explains why Ben Carson dropped a foreign policy adviser, Kristen Schaal weighs in on schools that prohibit leggings, and Ted Koppel discusses "Lights Out."

27

David Rees

Mike Huckabee equates Syrian refugees with food, a lone Missourian decides the fate of her district's sales tax, and David Rees talks about "Going Deep with David Rees."

28

Spike Lee

Donald Trump mocks a handicapped reporter, Jordan Klepper weighs in on a shooting at Planned Parenthood, and filmmaker Spike Lee discusses "Chi-Raq."

29

Nick Cannon

World leaders head to Paris for the COP21 climate conference, Jessica Williams searches for a hoverboard that actually flies, and Nick Cannon discusses the film "Chi-Raq."

30

Lupita Nyong'o

Hacking activist group Anonymous declares war on ISIS, Jordan Klepper examines the food industry, and Lupita Nyong'o discusses "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" and "Eclipsed."

31

Idris Elba

President Obama addresses a mass shooting in Southern California, Ted Cruz releases hours of raw footage from filming campaign ads, and Idris Elba discusses "Luther."

32

Jon Stewart

MSNBC ransacks the home of terrorism suspects on live TV, and former Daily Show host Jon Stewart returns to shame Congress into renewing health care for 9/11 first responders.

33

Tom Perez

Donald Trump calls for a ban on Muslims entering the U.S., Hasan Minhaj examines white conservative extremists, and Labor Secretary Tom Perez discusses the middle class.

34

Marion Cotillard

Ronny Chieng looks on the bright side of global warming, Adam Lowitt breaks down a GOP presidential forum at a Jewish league, and Marion Cotillard discusses "Macbeth."

35

Michael Strahan

Jordan Klepper tries to determine if a good guy with a gun really is the best defense against a bad guy with a gun, and Michael Strahan discusses his memoir, "Wake Up Happy."

36

Andy Cohen

ISIS releases a Chinese recruitment song, The Best F#@king News Team debates a controversial zombie nativity scene, and Andy Cohen discusses his miniseries "Then and Now."

37

Pusha T

Jeb Bush promises to stop spamming his supporters, Donald Trump releases his bill of health, and Pusha T performs "Sunshine" and "Crutches, Crosses, Caskets."

38

Will Smith

Jeb Bush stands up to Donald Trump during the latest GOP debate, Desi Lydic fact-checks the Republican candidates, and Will Smith discusses the biopic "Concussion."

39

Will Ferrell

The Best F#@king News Team reviews the biggest headlines of 2015, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un assembles a pop supergroup, and Will Ferrell chats about "Daddy's Home."

40

David Cross

A new open-carry gun law goes into effect in Texas, Fox News spends New Year's Eve with the GOP presidential candidates, and David Cross discusses his show "Todd Margaret."

41

Ryan Coogler

Jordan Klepper sends a care package to a militia group involved in an armed standoff at a federal building in Oregon, and director Ryan Coogler discusses his film "Creed."

42

David J. Peterson

President Obama takes executive action on gun regulation, Hasan Minhaj examines the secondary sneaker market, and David J. Peterson discusses "The Art of Language Invention."

43

Dalia Mogahed

Donald Trump questions Ted Cruz's presidential eligibility, Jessica Williams breaks down a campaign ad on immigration, and Dalia Mogahed discusses Islamic stereotypes.

44

Colin Quinn

Mexico captures drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, Roy Wood Jr. prepares for President Obama's final State of the Union address, and Colin Quinn chats about "Cop Show."

45

Greg Gutfeld

Bernie Sanders closes in on Hillary Clinton in the polls, Al Madrigal examines an Apache tribe's fight for land in Arizona, and Greg Gutfeld discusses "How to Be Right."

46

Rand Paul and Tavis Smiley

President Obama delivers his last State of the Union, Rand Paul appears in his own GOP debate, and Tavis Smiley discusses "The Covenant with Black America - Ten Years Later."

47

Ice Cube

The people of Flint, MI, face citywide water contamination, Roy Wood Jr. weighs in on the Oscar nominations' lack of diversity, and Ice Cube chats about "Ride Along 2."

48

Moira Demos and Laura Ricciardi

A Georgia Air Force base apologizes for a tone-deaf ad, Jessica Williams fact-checks the presidential debates, and Moira Demos and Laura Ricciardi discuss "Making a Murderer."

48

Moira Demos & Laura Ricciardi

Moira Demos & Laura Ricciardi, directors - “Making a Murderer”

49

Jess Glynne

Jordan Klepper reacts to the U.K. Parliament insulting Donald Trump, Roy Wood Jr. examines political betting, and Jess Glynne performs songs from "I Cry When I Laugh."

50

Gael Garcia Bernal

Sarah Palin endorses GOP presidential hopeful Donald Trump, Hasan Minhaj shares his hot tips for investing in guns, and Gael Garcia Bernal chats about "Mozart in the Jungle."

51

Marlon Wayans

Vladimir Putin is accused of approving an assassination, Jessica Williams examines a New York town's questionable seal, and Marlon Wayans discusses "Fifty Shades of Black."

52

Gad Elmaleh

Carly Fiorina turns a preschool trip into a pro-life rally, Ronny Chieng examines a different kind of gay adoption, and Gad Elmaleh chats about his first U.S. comedy tour.

53

DeRay Mckesson

ISIS creates a dating site, Martin O'Malley and Hillary Clinton answer awkward questions at a CNN town hall, and DeRay Mckesson discusses the Black Lives Matter movement.

54

Jerry Seinfeld

Donald Trump drops out of a GOP debate, two undercover anti-Planned Parenthood investigators are indicted, and Jerry Seinfeld chats about "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee."

55

Ryan Lizza

Jordan Klepper and Hasan Minhaj weigh Ted Cruz against Donald Trump, Roy Wood Jr. breaks down political ads, and Ryan Lizza discusses the GOP presidential contenders.

56

Reshma Saujani

Roy Wood Jr. looks back at Martin Luther King Jr.'s arrest in Alabama, Ronny Chieng talks about the history of the Iowa caucuses, and Reshma Saujani discusses Girls Who Code.

57

Peter Bergen

Ted Cruz and Hillary Clinton win the Iowa caucuses, The Best F#@king News Team looks back at the Emancipation Proclamation, and Peter Bergen discuses "United States of Jihad."

58

Hannibal Buress

Ben Carson and Donald Trump accuse Ted Cruz of stealing the Iowa caucuses, Roy Wood Jr. examines racism in porn, and Hannibal Buress discusses "Comedy Camisado."

59

Lilly Singh

GOP presidential dropout Rick Santorum endorses Marco Rubio, Ronny Chieng examines a questionable NBA promotion, and Lilly Singh discusses "A Trip to Unicorn Island."

60

Gillian Jacobs

Donald Trump lashes out at the audience during a GOP debate, Jessica Williams breaks down Beyonce's halftime show, and Gillian Jacobs discusses her Netflix series "Love."

61

The Suffers

Donald Trump lashes out at Ted Cruz, Jessica Williams examines the Democrats' gender divide, and The Suffers perform songs from their self-titled debut album.

62

Olivia Wilde

Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump win the New Hampshire primaries, Roy Wood Jr. hits the campaign trail, and Olivia Wilde discusses her role in the HBO series "Vinyl."

63

Ben Stiller

Jordan Klepper immerses himself in Donald Trump's political circus, Roy Wood Jr. investigates the decline of American fast food, and Ben Stiller chats about "Zoolander 2."

64

Cory Booker

Jeb Bush drops out of the GOP presidential race, Yoweri Museveni is reelected president of Uganda for a fifth term, and Senator Cory Booker discusses his book "United."

65

Anthony Mackie

Senate Republicans preemptively veto President Obama's Supreme Court nomination, Jessica Williams investigates a homophobic church, and Anthony Mackie discusses "Triple 9."

66

Brian Chesky

Donald Trump wins his third straight Republican primary, researchers discover that Adolf Hitler had a micropenis, and Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky discusses founding his company.

67

Michael Hayden

Apple refuses to unlock a terrorist's iPhone for the FBI, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders vie for the black vote, and Michael Hayden discusses "Playing to the Edge."

68

Morris Chestnut

Bernie Sanders takes his loss in the South Carolina primary in stride, Donald Trump unknowingly tweets a Benito Mussolini quote, and Morris Chestnut chats about "Rosewood."

69

Neal Brennan

Iowa lawmakers propose a bill that could allow kids under 14 to shoot handguns, Kristen Schaal examines female body acceptance, and Neal Brennan discusses "3 Mics."

70

Chrissy Teigen

The Best F#@king News Team reveals Trevor's feelings about Donald Trump, Hasan Minhaj weighs in on Marco Rubio's primary strategy, and Chrissy Teigen chats about "Cravings."

71

Bill de Blasio

Mitt Romney disavows Donald Trump, Jordan Klepper learns about an unexpected compromise on gun research, and Mayor Bill de Blasio discusses New York City's tech industry.

72

Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson

The GOP fights Donald Trump for party control, Roy Wood Jr. and Jessica Williams honor Ben Carson's political career, and Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson discuss "Broad City."

73

Ellen Page

Jordan Klepper talks to white kids who have only ever known a black president, Lewis Black reviews Osama bin Laden's will, and Ellen Page discusses her series "Gaycation."

74

Sacha Baron Cohen

Bernie Sanders pulls a surprise win in the Michigan primary, Jordan Klepper fact-checks Donald Trump's business record, and Sacha Baron Cohen discusses "The Brothers Grimsby."

75

Padma Lakshmi

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits the U.S., Ronny Chieng examines the Tri-Faith Initiative in Nebraska, and Padma Lakshmi discusses "Love, Loss, and What We Ate."

76

Van Jones

Bernie Sanders supporters crash a series of Donald Trump rallies, Neal Brennan weighs in on Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, and CNN's Van Jones discusses the Dream Corps.

77

Joe Nocera

Hillary Clinton accidentally revives a Benghazi conversation, The Best F#@king News Team provides a service for Donald Trump supporters, and Joe Nocera discusses "Indentured."

78

Brian Fallon

Donald Trump predicts rioting if he doesn't win the GOP bid, Adam Lowitt examines anti-Semitism in politics, and Brian Fallon performs songs from his album "Painkillers."

79

Theo James

President Obama nominates Merrick Garland for the Supreme Court, Hasan Minhaj and Roy Wood Jr. debate Third Month Mania matchups, and Theo James discusses "Allegiant."

80

Shaka Senghor

Trevor examines the media's relationship with Donald Trump, Ronny Chieng investigates artificial intelligence, and Shaka Senghor discusses his memoir "Writing My Wrongs."

81

Taavi Rõivas

President Obama visits Cuba, Roy Wood Jr. finds out how Thabo Sefolosha beat a wrongful arrest, and Prime Minister Taavi Rõivas discusses Estonia's technological advances.

82

Lindsey Graham

Trevor examines how the GOP ended up with Donald Trump, and Senator Lindsey Graham shoots pool and explains why he begrudgingly endorsed presidential hopeful Ted Cruz.

83

Ethan Hawke

Ted Cruz blasts President Obama's response to bombings in Brussels, Roy Wood Jr. and Hasan Minhaj weigh Third Month Mania rivals, and Ethan Hawke discusses "Born to Be Blue."

84

Debbie Wasserman Schultz

Hillary Clinton shuts down Bernie Sanders's debate request, Debbie Wasserman Schultz weighs in on the presidential election, and a Panama law firm reveals global corruption.

85

Jerrod Carmichael

The U.S. women's soccer team calls for pay equal to their male counterparts, Trevor examines Donald Trump's sexist past, and Jerrod Carmichael discusses "The Carmichael Show."

86

Angelica Ross

North Carolina and Kansas pass transphobic bathroom laws, Jessica Williams examines trans panic, and Angelica Ross discusses TransTech Social Enterprises.

87

Juan Williams

Michelle Wolf unpacks the role of candidates' wives on the campaign trail, the winner of Third Month Mania is revealed, and Juan Williams discusses his book "We the People."

88

Jennifer Hudson

Hillary Clinton and John Kasich campaign in New York City, Jordan Klepper tests a Japanese virtual reality sex suit, and Jennifer Hudson discusses her role in "Confirmation."

89

King Bach

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio makes a racially insensitive joke, Ronny Chieng and Jessica Williams examine sexual racism, and King Bach discusses "Meet the Blacks."

90

Ken Jeong

Former House Speaker Dennis Hastert is indicted on banking charges, Trevor examines Donald Trump's failed line of health products, and Ken Jeong discusses "Dr. Ken."

91

W. Kamau Bell

Jordan Klepper demonstrates the problem with primary delegates, Ted Cruz tries to appear likable at a CNN town hall, and W. Kamau Bell discusses "United Shades of America."

92

Ellie Kemper

A Muslim man is kicked off a Southwest flight for speaking Arabic, Desi Lydic teaches Ted Cruz about "New York values," and Ellie Kemper discusses "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt."

93

Ben Carson

Brazil's Congress votes to impeach President Dilma Rousseff, and Ben Carson defends his endorsement of Donald Trump and faces off against an unlikely opponent in a debate.

94

Sturgill Simpson

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump win the New York primaries, The Best F#@king News Team relives the 90s, and Sturgill Simpson performs songs from "A Sailor's Guide to Earth."

95

Howard Dean

Desi Lydic scams her fellow New Yorkers, Hasan Minhaj provides a few tax evasion tips, and Howard Dean offers his take on the Bernie Sanders campaign.

96

Danielle Brooks

Beyonce's visual album "Lemonade" creates a media frenzy, Hasan Minhaj talks to Sikhs about Islamophobia, and Danielle Brooks discusses Broadway's "The Color Purple."

97

Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key

Virginia grants voting rights to its previously incarcerated citizens, New York repeals its sales tax on tampons, and Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key chat about "Keanu."

98

McKay Coppins

Donald Trump fires off sexist remarks at Hillary Clinton, Lewis Black auditions for a morning talk show, and BuzzFeed News's McKay Coppins discusses his book "The Wilderness."

99

Ricky Gervais

John Boehner rips into fellow Republican Ted Cruz, Black Trump (Roy Wood Jr.) debuts his rap video, and Ricky Gervais chats about his movie "Special Correspondents."

100

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau

Donald Trump surrounds himself with unusual supporters, Ronny Chieng investigates contested conventions, and Trevor chats with "Game of Thrones" star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau.

101

Josh King

Starbucks faces a lawsuit over its excessive use of ice, Donald Trump links Ted Cruz's father to Lee Harvey Oswald, and Josh King discusses his book "Off Script."

102

Bethany Cosentino

Donald Trump becomes the presumptive GOP nominee, Hasan Minhaj investigates professional soccer's gender wage gap, and Bethany Cosentino fights sexism in the music industry.

103

The Heavy

Donald Trump panders to Hispanic voters, Ronny Chieng reports on Americans' selfie obsession, and The Heavy performs songs from their album "Hurt & the Merciless."

104

Sherman Alexie

The GOP comes to terms with Donald Trump's imminent presidential nomination, Desi Lydic weighs in on modern motherhood, and Sherman Alexie discusses his book "Thunder Boy Jr."

105

Joe Morton

The federal government files a lawsuit against North Carolina's transphobic bill, Michelle Wolf imagines a Donald Trump presidency, and Joe Morton discusses "Turn Me Loose."

106

Nate Silver

Queen Elizabeth II calls out Chinese officials for being rude, Bernie Sanders wins the West Virginia Democratic primary, and Nate Silver discusses the presidential election.

107

B.J. Novak

Donald Trump refuses to release his tax returns, Latino immigrants fast-track their paths to citizenship ahead of the election, and B.J. Novak discusses The List App.

108

Anthony Anderson

Donald Trump is caught posing as his own fake publicist, Eliza Cossio examines the GOP's chance of winning the Latino vote, and Anthony Anderson discusses "Black-ish."

109

Dahlia Lithwick

The Supreme Court refuses to rule on a pivotal contraception case, Hasan Minhaj reports on Canadians taking in Syrian refugees, and Dahlia Lithwick discusses SCOTUS's future.

110

Jason Sudeikis

Donald Trump and Megyn Kelly bury the hatchet, Hasan Minhaj sits down with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and Jason Sudeikis chats about "The Angry Birds Movie."

111

Arianna Huffington

President Obama calls for trans-friendly school bathrooms, Bernie Sanders supporters clash with the Democratic party, and Arianna Huffington discusses "The Sleep Revolution."

112

Rose Byrne

Donald Trump helps Chris Christie pay off the debt from his failed presidential run, the TSA tries to recruit new employees, and Rose Byrne discusses "X-Men: Apocalypse."

113

Katie Couric

The NRA endorses presidential hopeful Donald Trump, Desi Lydic speaks to gun owners about firearm safety, and Katie Couric discusses her documentary "Under the Gun."

114

Corey Pegues

Brazil faces political turmoil as it prepares for the Olympics, Donald Trump ties Hillary Clinton to a discredited conspiracy theory, and Corey Pegues discusses "Once a Cop."

115

Mike Allen

Michelle Wolf offers advice to Hillary Clinton, Trevor unearths a sexist Donald Trump interview from 1994, and Politico's Mike Allen examines the presidential election.

116

James Carville

Trevor discusses the mass shooting in Orlando, FL, Jordan Klepper learns about a GOP delegation dispute in the U.S. Virgin Islands, and James Carville discusses Politicon.

117

Michelangelo Signorile and Eddie Huang

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton respond to a mass shooting in Florida, Michelangelo Signorile examines homophobia in the U.S., and Eddie Huang discusses "Double Cup Love."

118

Roland Emmerich

Jordan Klepper and Desi Lydic discuss white voters, Roy Wood Jr. examines Alabama's scandal-plagued government, and Roland Emmerich talks about "Independence Day: Resurgence."

119

Deshauna Barber

Senate Democrats push for gun control in a 15-hour filibuster, Trevor examines Australia's declining species, and Miss USA Deshauna Barber discusses PTSD aid for veterans.

120

Jim Himes and Jack Garratt

Donald Trump fires his campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, Rep. Jim Himes explains how the NRA influences Congress, and Jack Garratt performs songs from his album "Phase."

121

Tavis Smiley

Roy Wood Jr. and Jordan Klepper demonstrate why Congress can't pass gun control legislation, a heat wave hits the Southwest, and Tavis Smiley discusses "Before You Judge Me."

122

John Heilemann and Mark Halperin

Rio de Janeiro prepares for the Olympics, Roy Wood Jr. investigates lobbyists and the Army Corps of Engineers, and John Heilemann and Mark Halperin discuss "The Circus."

123

Macklemore

House Democrats stage a sit-in protest to call for gun control legislation, Michelle Wolf dissects the Second Amendment, and Macklemore discusses opioid addiction.

124

Cynthia Erivo

The U.K. votes to leave the European Union, Roy Wood Jr. breaks down Jesse Williams's anti-racism speech at the BET Awards, and Cynthia Erivo discusses "The Color Purple."

125

Calvin Trillin

The Supreme Court strikes down restrictive abortion regulations in Texas, Jordan Klepper reports on Illinois's budget impasse, and Calvin Trillin discusses "Jackson, 1964."

126

Laverne Cox

Elizabeth Warren campaigns with presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton, Desi Lydic fact-checks a Donald Trump speech, and Laverne Cox chats about "Orange Is the New Black."

127

Chuck Klosterman

The U.K. hunts for a new prime minister following the Brexit vote, Jessica Williams says goodbye to The Daily Show, and Chuck Klosterman discusses "But What If We're Wrong?"

128

Jim Gaffigan

The FBI announces that Hillary Clinton won't be indicted over an email scandal, Donald Trump tweets an anti-Semitic image, and Jim Gaffigan discusses "The Jim Gaffigan Show."

129

Terry McMillan

Hillary Clinton's past remarks about her email investigation prove to be untrue, Donald Trump praises Saddam Hussein, and Terry McMillan discusses "I Almost Forgot About You."

130

Julia Stiles

Trevor reacts to the police shootings of two black men, Gretchen Carlson sues Fox News CEO Roger Ailes for sexual harassment, and Julia Stiles discusses "Jason Bourne."

131

Michael Steele

To kick off The Daily Show's Republican National Convention coverage, Trevor breaks down the first day of speeches, and Michael Steele discusses Donald Trump's GOP nomination.

132

Christiane Amanpour

From the RNC in Cleveland, Chris Christie leads anti-Hillary Clinton chants, Jordan Klepper examines Donald Trump's faith, and Christiane Amanpour discusses political unity.

133

Alex Wagner

Live from the RNC in Cleveland, Donald Trump accepts the GOP presidential nomination, Rosie O'Donnell looks back at the mogul's life, and Alex Wagner discusses the election.

134

The RNC Night 4: The Party's Over

On The Daily Show's final night of RNC coverage, The Best F#@king News Team reacts to Donald Trump's nomination, fact-checks the speeches and prepares for possible deportation.

135

John Podesta

To kick off The Daily Show's DNC coverage, The Best F#@king News Team examines a DNC email leak, and John Podesta discusses Hillary Clinton's presidential nomination.

136

Kirsten Gillibrand

From the DNC in Philadelphia, Desi Lydic unpacks Hillary Clinton's nomination, Donald Trump asks Russia to hack the U.S., and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand discusses paid leave.

137

Mark Leibovich

As the DNC wraps up in in Philadelphia, Hillary Clinton accepts the Democratic nomination for president, and Mark Leibovich discusses the high-stakes election.

138

Cory Booker

On The Daily Show's final night at the DNC in Philadelphia, The Best F#@king News Team reviews the week's speeches, and Cory Booker discusses Hillary Clinton's campaign.

139

John Lewis

Donald Trump accuses Democrats of rigging the election, and Representative John Lewis talks about participating in the civil rights movement in his book "March: Book Three."

140

Riki Lindhome and Natasha Leggero

Congress battles over Zika funding amid U.S. outbreaks, Desi Lydic fact-checks Donald Trump's economic speech, and Riki Lindhome and Natasha Leggero discuss Another Period.

141

Mychal Denzel Smith

Donald Trump calls on Second Amendment supporters to thwart Hillary Clinton, and Mychal Denzel Smith discusses "Invisible Man, Got the Whole World Watching."

142

Mike Birbiglia

Donald Trump claims Barack Obama founded ISIS, Trevor suggests ways to prevent police from shooting unarmed citizens, and Mike Birbiglia discusses "Don't Think Twice."

143

Daniel Radcliffe

Donald Trump's surrogates defend his claims that President Obama founded ISIS, Ronny Chieng examines the Trump Organization, and Daniel Radcliffe discusses "Imperium."

144

Yaa Gyasi & Sharlto Copley

Desi Lydic fact-checks Donald Trump's counterterrorism speech, Yaa Gyasi discusses her book "Homegoing," and Sharlto Copley talks about his movie "The Hollars."

145

LeBron James

Donald Trump calls for more cops in black communities, Trevor examines police profiling, and LeBron James discusses the LeBron James Family Foundation and "Cleveland Hustles."

146

Emily King

The Best F#@king News Team examines third-party candidates, Jordan Klepper puts Donald Trump fans to the test, and Emily King performs songs from her album "The Switch."

147

Jeff Ross

China snubs President Obama at the G20 Summit, Roy Wood Jr. weighs in on Donald Trump's attempt to woo black voters, and Jeff Ross discusses his special Jeff Ross Roasts Cops.

148

Ava DuVernay

Trevor breaks down Congress's inaction on Zika funding, Hasan Minhaj details the latest features on the iPhone 7, and Ava DuVernay discusses "Queen Sugar."

149

Howard Schultz

Matt Lauer grills Hillary Clinton on her emails, Desi Lydic fact-checks Donald Trump on international relations, and Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz discusses "Upstanders."

150

Tip “T.I.” Harris

Hillary Clinton hides her pneumonia from the public, Hasan Minhaj investigates the Dakota Access pipeline, and rapper T.I. discusses his show "T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle."

151

Danielle Weisberg & Carly Zakin

NFL star Colin Kaepernick protests during the national anthem, The Best F#@king News Team debates Kaepernick's patriotism, and Danielle Weisberg and Carly Zakin talk theSkimm.

152

Hannah Hart

A Missouri law may lift training requirements for gun owners, Roy Wood Jr. reports on a college protest that fights firearms with dildos, and Hannah Hart discusses "Dirty 30."

153

Bill Clinton

President Obama stumps for Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump stops by "The Dr. Oz Show," and Clinton Foundation Founder Bill Clinton discusses Hillary Clinton's campaign.

154

Nick Jonas & Ben Schnetzer

New Yorkers are unfazed by a terrorist attack in Manhattan, Michelle Wolf tackles a burkini controversy in France, and Nick Jonas and Ben Schnetzer discuss their movie "Goat."

155

Jada Pinkett Smith

Donald Trump Jr. likens Syrian refugees to deadly Skittles, Jordan Klepper has an enlightening experience at a Trump rally, and Jada Pinkett Smith discusses "Gotham."

156

Wendy Williams

Trevor examines the police shooting of Terence Crutcher, Wells Fargo scams millions of customers, and Wendy Williams talks about hosting "The Wendy Williams Show."

157

Lisa Ling

Mark Zuckerberg announces a plan to cure all diseases, Trevor marvels at Tomi Lahren's inexplicable anger, and CNN's Lisa Ling discusses "This Is Life with Lisa Ling."

158

Alicia Menendez

Trevor covers the first debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, Jordan Klepper learns about political fact-checking, and Alicia Menendez discusses debate moderation.

159

Sara Goldrick-Rab

Donald Trump blames his poor debate performance on his microphone, Desi Lydic fact-checks the first presidential debate, and Sara Goldrick-Rab discusses "Paying the Price."

160

Reid Hoffman

Donald Trump defends attacks he made on a former Miss Universe's weight, Trevor looks back at Trump's history of sexism, and Reid Hoffman discusses the presidential election.

161

Blood Orange

Trevor examines the legacy of stop-and-frisk, Roy Wood Jr. and Jordan Klepper test North Carolina's anti-LGBT HB2 law, and Blood Orange performs songs from "Freetown Sound."
Episode Description

1

James Marsden

Donald Trump's tax history comes into question, Roy Wood Jr. weighs in on Congress allowing Americans to sue Saudi Arabia for 9/11, and James Marsden discusses "Westworld."

2

Ezra Klein

In this live episode, Trevor recaps the vice presidential debate between Mike Pence and Tim Kaine, Hasan Minhaj honors Joe Biden, and Ezra Klein discusses the 2016 election.

3

Mark Duplass

The media creates scandals by taking remarks by Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump out of context, Lewis Black urges millennials to vote, and Mark Duplass discusses "Blue Jay."

4

Carmelo Anthony

Ronny Chieng unpacks a racist segment from "The O'Reilly Factor," Desi Lydic investigates political sexism, and Carmelo Anthony discusses the Carmelo Anthony Foundation.

5

Xavier Becerra

Donald Trump brags about groping women in a 2005 video, Trevor likens Trump to an African dictator, and Xavier Becerra discusses Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.

6

Charlamagne Tha God

Desi Lydic fact-checks 2016's second presidential debate, Michelle Wolf examines Donald Trump's sexual assault scandal, and Charlamagne Tha God discusses "The Breakfast Club."

7

Bryan Christy

Conservative Christians defend Donald Trump's Pussygate comments, The Best F#@king News Team debates trigger warnings, and Bryan Christy discusses the rhino horn trade.

8

Ana Navarro & Jidenna

Multiple women accuse Donald Trump of sexual assault, Ana Navarro discusses growing tensions within the GOP, and Jidenna performs songs from his album "Long Live the Chief."

9

Russell Simmons

The U.S. bombs Yemen, Donald Trump claims that the 2016 presidential election will be rigged, and Russell Simmons discusses the Muslims Are Speaking Out campaign.

10

Uzo Aduba

Melania Trump addresses Donald Trump's Pussygate scandal, WikiLeaks publishes Hillary Clinton's emails and Wall Street speeches, and Uzo Aduba discusses "American Pastoral."

11

Matt Taibbi

In this live episode, Trevor and Matt Taibbi unpack Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump's final presidential debate, and Roy Wood Jr. grills apathetic black voters.

12

Mike Colter

Donald Trump threatens to challenge the results of the 2016 election, Roy Wood Jr. examines the struggles black journalists face, and Mike Colter discusses "Luke Cage."

13

Dana Bash

Roy Wood Jr. examines the closing of a French refugee camp, Donald Trump pledges to sue his sexual assault accusers, and Dana Bash talks about reporting on the 2016 election.

14

John Della Volpe & Phil Collins

Trevor examines the online media's partisan divide, John Della Volpe talks about polling millennial voters, and Phil Collins chats about his memoir "Not Dead Yet."

15

Jeezy

The Obama administration announces major price hikes for Obamacare, Desi Lydic and Eliza Cossio conduct a rigged election poll, and rapper Jeezy discusses "Trap or Die 3."

16

Jeff Ross

In this Halloween episode, Jeff Ross and The Best F#@king News Team join Trevor for a look into the post-apocalyptic world of a Donald Trump presidency.

17

Susan Rice

The FBI begins another probe into Hillary Clinton's emails, Michelle Wolf discusses male birth control, and Susan Rice reflects on her time as U.S. national security adviser.

18

Kal Penn

Trevor describes how Hillary Clinton is living the black experience, Desi Lydic meets the founder of the Trumpettes, and Kal Penn discusses his role on "Designated Survivor."

19

Common

Key Senate races in Illinois and North Carolina heat up, Trevor imagines life at Donald Trump's campaign headquarters, and Common discusses his album "Black America Again."

20

Jonathan Capehart

The FBI concludes its probe into Hillary Clinton's emails just ahead of the 2016 election, Trevor urges viewers to vote, and Jonathan Capehart discusses the electoral map.

21

Election Night Special

The Best F#@king News Team, Ana Marie Cox, Douglas Brinkley and Keegan-Michael Key join Trevor for live coverage of the 2016 presidential election.

22

John Stanton

After Donald Trump is elected president, Michelle Wolf and Hasan Minhaj break down how women and Muslims are reacting, and John Stanton discusses BuzzFeed's election coverage.

23

Deborah Lee James & Eric Fanning

Barack Obama meets President-elect Trump, Ronny Chieng finds new ways to poll the electorate, and Deborah Lee James and Eric Fanning discuss the transition of military power.

24

Nate Silver & Adrian Grenier

President-elect Donald Trump backs down on key campaign promises, Nate Silver discusses FiveThirtyEight, and Adrian Grenier talks about the Lonely Whale Foundation.

25

Desus Nice & The Kid Mero

Trevor compares Donald Trump to South African President Jacob Zuma, developing countries learn about U.S. democracy, and Desus Nice and The Kid Mero discuss "Desus & Mero."

26

Wesley Lowery

Alt-right leader Steve Bannon joins the Trump administration, The Best F#@king News Team mourns the death of facts, and Wesley Lowery discusses "They Can't Kill Us All."

27

George Packer & Q-Tip

President-elect Trump's transition team calls for a Muslim registry, George Packer discusses the working class, and Q-Tip of A Tribe Called Quest talks "We Got It From Here."

28

Ryan Speedo Green

Donald Trump is accused of exploiting his president-elect status for personal gain, Cuban leader Fidel Castro dies, and Ryan Speedo Green discusses "Sing for Your Life."

29

Mahershala Ali

The media grapples with President-elect Trump's lying, Adam Lowitt weighs in on a Holocaust-themed ice skating performance in Russia, and Mahershala Ali discusses "Moonlight."

30

Tomi Lahren

Jordan Klepper and Roy Wood Jr. examine Trump administration nominees Jeff Sessions and Steven Mnuchin, and "Tomi" host Tomi Lahren talks about being a voice for conservatism.

31

Chelsea Handler

Trevor examines the initial route of the Dakota Access Pipeline, President-elect Trump names Michael Flynn national security adviser, and Chelsea Handler discusses "Chelsea."

32

Van Jones

Ben Carson is nominated for secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Jordan Klepper attends Donald Trump's post-election tour, and Van Jones discusses "The Messy Truth."

33

John Legend

President-elect Trump raises eyebrows after talking to the president of Taiwan, Hasan Minhaj learns how the Navy is going green, and John Legend discusses "La La Land."

34

Brian Tyree Henry

Thomas Jefferson (Jordan Klepper) explains the Electoral College, Hasan Minhaj looks at criminals who go viral online, and Brian Tyree Henry discusses his role in "Atlanta."

35

Evan McMullin & DJ Khaled

President-elect Trump strikes a problematic deal with Carrier to keep jobs in the U.S., Evan McMullin talks about uniting Americans, and DJ Khaled discusses "The Keys."

36

President Barack Obama

Trevor sits down with President Obama at the White House to discuss Russia's impact on the 2016 election, the incoming Trump administration and responses to modern racism.

37

Ta-Nehisi Coates

Donald Trump picks Rex Tillerson for secretary of state, The Best F#@king News Team designs poop-friendly NASA suits, and Ta-Nehisi Coates discusses "My President Was Black."

38

Michael K. Williams

Donald Trump admits to campaigning on falsehoods, Desi Lydic and Michelle Wolf examine the future of reproductive rights, and Michael K. Williams discusses "Assassin's Creed."

39

Rob Corddry

The Best F#@king News Team recaps the biggest stories of 2016, Jordan Klepper celebrates Donald Trump supporters, and Rob Corddry discusses "Office Christmas Party."

40

Michael Che

Republicans vote to gut the Office of Congressional Ethics, Vladimir Putin reacts to President Obama's sanctions on Russia, and Michael Che discusses "Michael Che Matters."

41

Omar Saif Ghobash

Republicans defend a vote to gut an ethics panel, Michelle Wolf examines a congressional swearing-in ceremony, and Omar Saif Ghobash discusses "Letters to a Young Muslim."

42

Keegan-Michael Key

The GOP prepares to repeal Obamacare, Jordan Klepper and Desi Lydic examine congressional gridlock, and Keegan-Michael Key gives his final address as Obama's anger translator.

43

Susan Goldberg

Trevor recaps the 2017 Golden Globes, Donald Trump lies about an intelligence report on Russian election hacking, and Susan Goldberg discusses National Geographic magazine.

44

Aasif Mandvi

Donald Trump prepares for a pre-inauguration news conference, Roy Wood Jr. examines Apple's gun emoji redesign, and Aasif Mandvi discusses "A Series of Unfortunate Events."

45

Jonathan Chait

President Obama gives his farewell address, Donald Trump dismisses CNN as "fake news" at his first post-election press conference, and Jonathan Chait discusses "Audacity."

46

Cecile Richards

The U.S. Ethics Office blasts Donald Trump's divestment plan, Ben Carson begins his confirmation hearing for HUD secretary, and Cecile Richards discusses Planned Parenthood.

47

David Fahrenthold & Bryshere Gray

Donald Trump lashes out at John Lewis, Washington Post reporter David Fahrenthold talks about covering the 2016 election, and Bryshere Gray discusses "The New Edition Story."

48

John Zimmer

President Obama makes last-ditch efforts to protect his legacy, Lewis Black reflects on the lack of star power at Donald Trump's inauguration, and John Zimmer discusses Lyft.

49

Samantha Power

Secretary of education nominee Betsy DeVos undergoes a harsh Senate hearing, Michelle Wolf examines Donald Trump's approval rating, and Samantha Power discusses her U.N. role.

50

Scott Conroy & James McAvoy

Tensions over President-elect Trump's relationship with Russia rise ahead of his inauguration, Scott Conroy discusses "Embeds," and James McAvoy chats about his movie "Split."

51

The Trump Inauguration 2016: The Celebrity Appresident

Donald Trump is sworn in as president, Roy Wood Jr. salutes Barack Obama, Desi Lydic tackles parenthood in a new America, and Joy Reid discusses "We Are the Change We Seek."

52

Matt Taibbi

Millions gather worldwide to march for women's rights, Desi Lydic examines the Trump administration's "alternative facts," and Matt Taibbi discusses "Insane Clown President."

53

Big Sean

Trevor profiles White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, The Best F#@king News Team auditions to read President Trump's tweets, and Big Sean discusses his album "I Decided."

54

Heather Ann Thompson & Bellamy Young

President Trump signs a series of controversial executive orders, author Heather Ann Thompson discusses "Blood in the Water," and actress Bellamy Young chats about "Scandal."

55

Laurence Fishburne

Donald Trump gives his first interview as president, Trevor examines the actual inaugural cake, and Laurence Fishburne talks about playing Nelson Mandela in "Madiba."

56

Sybrina Fulton & Tracy Martin

Hasan Minhaj examines a Muslim-targeted travel ban, Neal Brennan accuses President Trump of being too sensitive, and Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin discuss "Rest in Power."

57

Anthony D. Romero

President Trump fires the acting U.S. attorney general, Hasan Minhaj puts the Muslim-targeted travel ban into historical perspective, and Anthony D. Romero discusses the ACLU.

58

David Miliband

President Trump nominates Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court and hosts a Black History Month gathering, and David Miliband discusses the International Rescue Committee.

59

Blair Underwood

President Trump picks fights with Mexico and Australia, Roy Wood Jr. attends a football convention to get his mind off of politics, and Blair Underwood discusses "Quantico."

60

Rep. Keith Ellison

President Trump lashes out at a federal judge on Twitter, Trevor examines Steve Bannon's role in the White House, and Keith Ellison discusses the Democratic Party's future.

61

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh

President Trump accuses the media of underreporting terrorism, Michelle Wolf lauds Kellyanne Conway's duplicity, and Marty Walsh discusses Boston's sanctuary city status.

62

Tracee Ellis Ross

Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders debate health care on CNN, Elizabeth Warren reacts to being silenced on the Senate floor, and actress Tracee Ellis Ross discusses "Black-ish."

63

Laura Jane Grace

The Trump family is accused of using the White House for financial gain, Roy Wood Jr. prepares for Fashion Week and the Grammys, and Laura Jane Grace discusses "Tranny."

64

Elaine Welteroth & Phillip Picardi

President Trump meets with Japan's Shinzo Abe, Trevor profiles Trump's senior adviser Stephen Miller, and Elaine Welteroth and Phillip Picardi discuss Teen Vogue.

65

Laverne Cox

National Security Adviser Michael Flynn resigns and Republicans don't know how to handle questions about it, and Laverne Cox discusses the TV show "Doubt."

66

Mark Mazzetti

Trevor reflects on having a president with grandpa tendencies, Donald Trump weighs in on the Israel-Palestine conflict, and Mark Mazzetti discusses Russia's election hacking.

67

Ezra Edelman

President Trump holds a turbulent press conference, Jordan Klepper talks to New Jersey residents living on Dick Street, and Ezra Edelman discusses "O.J.: Made in America."

68

John Oliver

The Trump administration tries to crack down on news leaks, Roy Wood Jr. celebrates black excellence at the Oscars, and John Oliver discusses "Last Week Tonight."

69

Run the Jewels

Twitter slams Kellyanne Conway for kneeling on a White House sofa, Desi Lydic finds out if paid protesters are invading town halls, and Run the Jewels talk "Run the Jewels 3."

70

Jake Tapper

Trevor calls out the media for praising President Trump's first congressional address, and "The Lead" host Jake Tapper talks about upholding freedom of the press.

71

Evan Osnos

Jordan Klepper looks at Jeff Sessions's scandalous talks with Russia, Adam Lowitt examines recent anti-Semitic attacks, and Evan Osnos discusses his New Yorker cover story.

72

Jennifer Lopez

President Trump makes a baseless claim that former President Obama wiretapped him, Neal Brennan examines the GOP's hypocrisy, and Jennifer Lopez discusses "Shades of Blue."

73

Judd Apatow

HUD Secretary Ben Carson refers to slaves as "immigrants," Lewis Black breaks down Uber's many scandals, and Judd Apatow discusses his Netflix series "Love."

74

Tressie McMillan Cottom

The GOP unveils a disastrous replacement for Obamacare, Michelle Wolf details Ivanka Trump's problematic brand of feminism, and Tressie McMillan Cottom discusses "Lower Ed."

75

Alynda Segarra

Trevor and Jordan Klepper sing to "forgotten" Americans, Team Trump threatens to erase climate data, and Alynda Segarra discusses Hurray for the Riff Raff's "The Navigator."

76

Lee Daniels

President Trump fails to provide evidence that Barack Obama wiretapped him, Hasan Minhaj and Roy Wood Jr. announce Third Month Mania, and Lee Daniels discusses "Star."

77

Jesse Williams

Trevor breaks down Paul Ryan and President Trump's health care bill, Ronny Chieng looks at the downside of smart technology, and Jesse Williams discusses "Grey's Anatomy."

78

Donna Brazile

Dutch voters reject far-right prime minister candidate Geert Wilders, Gina Yashere examines how the U.K. is faring post-Brexit, and Donna Brazile discusses Democratic policy.

79

Bassem Youssef

Trevor looks at Fox News's influence in the White House, the FBI and NSA dispute President Trump's wiretapping claims, and Bassem Youssef discusses "Revolution for Dummies."

80

Dahlia Lithwick

Trevor runs through the busy news day, Jordan Klepper looks into President Trump's 2020 bid, and Dahlia Lithwick discusses Neil Gorsuch's SCOTUS confirmation hearing.

81

Michael Peña

SCOTUS nominee Neil Gorsuch faces his Senate confirmation hearing, Hasan Minhaj and Roy Wood Jr. enter another round of Third Month Mania, and Michael Peña discusses "CHIPS."

82

Zara Larsson

The GOP halts the vote on its Obamacare replacement bill, Ronny Chieng researches the dangers of dating in Australia, and Zara Larsson discusses her album "So Good."

83

John Singleton

The Best F#@king News Team figures out who's to blame for the GOP's failed health care bill, President Trump lies about going golfing, and John Singleton discusses "Rebel."

84

Helene Cooper

Roy Wood Jr. militarizes Meals on Wheels, Devin Nunes shares classified information in an investigation on President Trump, and Helene Cooper discusses "Madame President."

85

Residente

President Trump rolls back coal industry regulations, Hasan Minhaj and Roy Wood Jr. update their Third Month Mania brackets, and Residente discusses his eponymous documentary.

86

Chris Hayes

Paul Ryan laughs off an attack from Donald Trump, Michelle Wolf explains why Rachel Dolezal shouldn't try to pass as black, and Chris Hayes discusses "A Colony in a Nation."

87

Dr. Willie Parker

Accused sexual predator President Trump honors Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Roy Wood Jr. explains Black Twitter, and Dr. Willie Parker discusses his book "Life's Work."

88

Chelsea Handler

Trevor examines Jared Kushner's extensive White House responsibilities, Turkey votes on whether to become a dictatorship, and Chelsea Handler discusses "Chelsea."

89

Michelle Rodriguez

Pepsi pulls its tone-deaf ad featuring Kendall Jenner, Roy Wood Jr. and Hasan Minhaj reveal Donald Trump's best tweet, and Michelle Rodriguez talks "The Fate of the Furious."

90

Austan Goolsbee

Trevor wonders where World War III will begin, the White House fumbles through the Easter Egg Roll, and economist Austan Goolsbee discusses President Trump's budget.

91

Rep. Adam Schiff

Infowars host Alex Jones claims to be a performance artist, Roy Wood Jr. predicts the future of the Trump presidency, and Rep. Adam Schiff discusses Russian election hacking.

92

Marc Edwards

Fox News fires Bill O'Reilly, Hasan Minhaj investigates a Texas town's contaminated water supply, and Professor Marc Edwards talks about the ongoing lead crisis in Flint, MI.

93

Rashida Jones

Trevor examines the Trump administration's stance on marijuana, Roy Wood Jr. investigates internet privacy issues, and Rashida Jones discusses "Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On."

94

Governor John Kasich

President Trump approaches the end of his first 100 days in office, Desi Lydic learns about Christian culture in Alabama, and Ohio Governor John Kasich discusses "Two Paths."

95

Charlamagne Tha God

Trevor gets a surprise visit from "Donald Trump", Hasan Minhaj takes a look at Alabama prison reform, and Charlamagne Tha God talks about his book, Black Privilege.

96

Kevin Coval

Trevor finds out how Southerners honor Confederate Memorial Day, Jordan Klepper examines Alabama's history, and Kevin Coval discusses his book "A People's History of Chicago."

97

Katy Tur

Trevor recaps the day's top headlines, Roy Wood Jr. finds out how Bigfoot could save Alabama's forests, and Katy Tur talks about covering Donald Trump's presidential campaign.

98

Jon Favreau, Jon Lovett & Tommy Vietor

The Fyre Festival implodes, Hasan Minhaj celebrates his gig at the White House Correspondents' Dinner, and Jon Favreau, Jon Lovett and Tommy Vietor discuss "Pod Save America."

99

W. Kamau Bell

Hillary Clinton gives a post-election interview, Ronny Chieng examines the horrors of air travel, and W. Kamau Bell discusses "The Awkward Thoughts of W. Kamau Bell."

100

Michael Bloomberg, Carl Pope & Sanaa Lathan

Protesters march against President Trump's anti-environmentalist agenda, Michael Bloomberg and Carl Pope discuss "Climate of Hope," and Sanaa Lathan talks about "Shots Fired."

101

Robert Sapolsky

House Republicans pass an Obamacare replacement bill, Roy Wood Jr. uses an airline scandal to make Congress care about black people, and Robert Sapolsky discusses "Behave."

102

Wanda Sykes

Michelle Wolf weighs in on women's health care under the GOP, Roy Wood Jr. reacts to France electing Emmanuel Macron president, and Wanda Sykes chats about "Snatched."

103

Djimon Hounsou

Sally Yates testifies about Michael Flynn in an open Senate hearing, Hasan Minhaj gives the media advice for the Trump era, and Djimon Hounsou discusses "King Arthur."

104

Valerie Jarrett

Trevor examines the fallout from the firing of FBI Director James Comey, and former presidential adviser Valerie Jarrett discusses the Obamas' post-White House activism.

105

D.L. Hughley

President Trump's rationale for firing FBI Director James Comey begins to unravel, Russian officials visit the White House, and D.L. Hughley discusses "The D.L. Hughley Show."

106

Timothy Snyder

President Trump allegedly shares classified information with Russian officials, Confederate monuments get dismantled in the South, and Timothy Snyder discusses "On Tyranny."

107

Gabourey Sidibe

Jordan Klepper explains why President Trump gave classified intel to Russian officials, Ronny Chieng talks flying cars, and Gabourey Sidibe discusses "This Is Just My Face."

108

Susan Burton

President Trump allegedly asked James Comey to end the Russia investigation, Vladimir Putin comes to the White House's aid, and Susan Burton discusses "Becoming Ms. Burton."

109

Kerry Washington

Trevor reviews the ongoing turmoil within the Trump administration, Desi Lydic interviews an excessively honest politician, and Kerry Washington chats about "Scandal."

110

Elizabeth Ford

President Trump goes on his first international trip, Jordan Klepper breaks down the Brussels NATO summit, and Elizabeth Ford discusses "Sometimes Amazing Things Happen."

111

Logan Browning

The White House praises President Trump's trip abroad, Michelle Wolf unpacks the expectations surrounding "Wonder Woman," and Logan Browning discusses "Dear White People."

112

Al Franken

President Trump withdraws the U.S. from the Paris climate accord, Jim Jefferies weighs in on the White House's woes, and Senator Al Franken discusses "Giant of the Senate."

113

William J. Barber II

World leaders react to President Trump pulling out of the Paris climate deal, Michelle Wolf recaps Megyn Kelly's NBC debut, and William J. Barber II discusses systemic racism.

114

John Avlon

Trevor examines President Trump's penchant for touting phony accomplishments, Gina Yashere weighs in on the U.K. election, and John Avlon discusses "Washington's Farewell."

115

Sebastian Junger & Nick Quested

Attorney General Jeff Sessions offers to resign, Eric Trump reportedly shifted charity funds into Trump firms, and Sebastian Junger and Nick Quested discuss "Hell on Earth."

116

Salma Hayek Pinault

James Comey details his meetings with President Trump in a Senate hearing, Jordan Klepper weighs in on gun control, and Salma Hayek Pinault discusses "Beatriz at Dinner."

117

Roxane Gay

President Trump's shills demonstrate their loyalty, Trevor invites viewers to visit the Donald J. Trump Presidential Twitter Library, and author Roxane Gay discusses "Hunger."

118

Selenis Leyva

Attorney General Jeff Sessions gets fired up during his Senate hearing, Roy Wood Jr. weighs in on Russian hackers, and Selenis Leyva discusses "Orange Is the New Black."

119

Vince Staples

Michelle Wolf weighs in on sexism at Uber, congressional Democrats sue President Trump, and hip-hop artist Vince Staples chats about his album "Big Fish Theory."

120

Whoopi Goldberg

Robert Mueller investigates Donald Trump for obstruction of justice, Hasan Minhaj examines U.S. military action, and Whoopi Goldberg discusses American political discourse.

121

Janet Mock

Beyonce gives birth to twins, Trevor runs through the news, Democrat Jon Ossoff battles for a House district in Georgia, and Janet Mock discusses "Surpassing Certainty."

122

John Harris

GOP senators draft their health care bill in secret, Ronny Chieng finds out how a band won the right to use a racist name, and John Harris discusses Politico in the Trump era.

123

Jason Isbell

Dashcam footage of the police shooting of Philando Castile is released, DJ Khaled teaches Trevor to be positive, and Jason Isbell chats about his album "The Nashville Sound."

124

Jerrod Carmichael

Senate Republicans unveil their Affordable Care Act replacement, Hasan Minhaj talks to fired federal prosecutor Preet Bharara, and Jerrod Carmichael discusses "Transformers."

125

Kumail Nanjiani

President Trump attends a G20 summit in Germany, Donald Trump Jr. defends meeting with a Russian lawyer during the 2016 election, and Kumail Nanjiani discusses "The Big Sick."

126

David O. Brown

Donald Trump Jr. releases emails linking him to a Russian lawyer, Michael Kosta compares liberal and conservative consumers, and David O. Brown discusses "Called to Rise."

127

James Davis

Fox News defends Donald Trump Jr.'s Russian meeting, Neal Brennan claims the GOP is leading the resistance, and James Davis discusses his Comedy Central show Hood Adjacent.

128

Ilhan Omar

Translators struggle to interpret President Trump, Roy Wood Jr. addresses Nevada's shortage of legal marijuana, and Trevor chats with Minnesota State Representative Ilhan Omar.

129

Regina Hall

Senate Republicans delay the vote on their health care bill, Roy Wood Jr. examines Ann Coulter's Twitter feud with Delta Air Lines, and Regina Hall discusses "Girls Trip."

130

Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson

The GOP health care bill collapses in the Senate, new details surface about Donald Trump Jr.'s meeting with a Russian lawyer, and Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson discusses "Power."

131

Terry McAuliffe

Jordan Klepper unpacks the Trump-Russia scandal with a former KGB agent, Michelle Wolf calls for redhead emojis, and Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe chats with Trevor.

132

Issa Rae

President Trump claims he regrets picking Jeff Sessions as attorney general, Roy Wood Jr. examines the alternate history show "Confederate," and Issa Rae discusses "Insecure."

133

French Montana

Anthony Scaramucci joins the Trump administration, Trevor bids farewell to former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, and French Montana discusses "Jungle Rules."

134

Rola Hallam

The Senate votes to begin a debate on health care, Democrats unveil a new slogan aimed at working-class voters, and Rola Hallam explains how her company CanDo is aiding Syria.

135

Charlize Theron

The GOP makes another push to repeal Obamacare, trans veterans react to President Trump's ban on trans people in the military, and Charlize Theron discusses "Atomic Blonde."

136

Masha Gessen

President Trump continues bashing Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Lewis Black examines America's crumbling infrastructure, and Masha Gessen discusses "The Future Is History."

137

Kathryn Bigelow

Anthony Scaramucci and Reince Priebus leave the White House amid staff shake-ups, President Trump calls for more police violence, and Kathryn Bigelow discusses "Detroit."

138

Al Gore

Russia and North Korea put President Trump to the test, Ronny Chieng examines the everyday impact of global warming, and Al Gore discusses "An Inconvenient Sequel."

139

Joe Kennedy III

Jordan Klepper and Roy Wood Jr. examine Jeff Sessions's affirmative action crackdown, Hasan Minhaj visits coal country, and Joe Kennedy III discusses the Democratic platform.

140

Kate Fagan

Trevor examines systemic racism within law enforcement and looks back at the Trump administration's themed week fails, and Kate Fagan discusses "What Made Maddy Run."

141

Joshua Green

President Trump defends a racially charged rally in Virginia, Roy Wood Jr. gives advice to white supremacists, and Joshua Green discusses Steve Bannon in "Devil's Bargain."

142

Amy Klobuchar

Desi Lydic and Ronny Chieng weigh in on President Trump's Afghanistan War strategy, the Secret Service runs low on funds, and Amy Klobuchar discusses her work in the Senate.

143

Andra Day & Bryan Stevenson

President Trump holds a divisive rally in Phoenix, Roy Wood Jr. profiles "Michael the Black Man," and Andra Day and Bryan Stevenson discuss the Lynching in America project.

144

Nnamdi Asomugha & Colin Warner

Trevor examines President Trump's personas, Jordan Klepper introduces his show The Opposition w/ Jordan Klepper, and Nnamdi Asomugha and Colin Warner discuss "Crown Heights."

145

Neil deGrasse Tyson

President Trump pardons former Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Michael Kosta explains presidential clemency, and Neil deGrasse Tyson discusses "Astrophysics for People in a Hurry."

146

Joy Reid

An email to a Trump business associate reveals a possible Kremlin connection, Roy Wood Jr. discusses NFL head injuries, and Joy Reid explains how Democrats can win elections.

147

James Blake

Roy Wood Jr. and Hasan Minhaj talk about the removal of Confederate statues, Michelle Wolf dissects Ivanka Trump's true agenda, and James Blake discusses "Ways of Grace."

148

Reid Hoffman

Trevor examines the anti-fascist group "antifa," Ronny Chieng finds out how scientists are fighting medical price hikes, and Reid Hoffman discusses artificial intelligence.

149

Xiuhtezcatl Martinez

President Trump puts the future of DACA into the hands of Congress, North Korea continues testing nuclear missiles, and Xiuhtezcatl Martinez discusses his book "We Rise."

150

Christopher Hill & Lake Bell

President Trump strikes a deal to fund Hurricane Harvey relief, Christopher Hill examines North Korea's nuclear capabilities, and Lake Bell discusses "I Do... Until I Don't."

151

Zac Posen

President Trump angers the GOP by cutting a budget deal with Democrats, Dulce Sloan examines cultural appropriation at New York Fashion Week, and Zac Posen talks "House of Z."

152

Idris Elba

The Best F#@king News Team tries to one-up the reporters covering Hurricane Irma, "60 Minutes" profiles Steve Bannon, and Idris Elba discusses "The Mountain Between Us."

153

Maria Sharapova

Ted Cruz gets mired in a Twitter porn scandal, Michelle Wolf compares Miss America contestants to President Trump, and Maria Sharapova discusses her book "Unstoppable."

154

Tom Morello & Chuck D

Michael Kosta polls the public on problematic statues, Muslims in Myanmar face violence from the Buddhist-majority military, and Tom Morello & Chuck D talk "Prophets of Rage."

155

Jill Soloway

President Trump's bipartisan DACA deal leaves supporters sour, Roy Wood Jr. reacts to a controversial tweet from ESPN's Jemele Hill, and Jill Soloway discusses "Transparent."

156

Gucci Mane

President Trump attacks Hillary Clinton on Twitter, Trevor profiles Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, and Gucci Mane discusses "The Autobiography of Gucci Mane."

157

Olivia Munn

President Trump addresses the U.N. General Assembly, Desi Lydic finds out how a U.S. border wall could affect businesses, and Olivia Munn discusses "The LEGO Ninjago Movie."

158

Ellen Pao

Sean Spicer struggles to find a job, Lewis Black weighs in on the latest Republican effort to repeal Obamacare, and tech investor Ellen Pao discusses her memoir "Reset."

159

Bill Gates

Robert Mueller zones in on Paul Manafort, Roy Wood Jr. addresses Toys "R" Us's bankruptcy, and Bill Gates discusses his foundation's efforts to fight poverty and disease.

160

Katy Tur

NFL players take a knee in solidarity against President Trump, Trevor questions the White House's response to black people who protest, and Katy Tur discusses "Unbelievable."

161

Kathryn Miles

White House officials are accused of using private email accounts, Roy Wood Jr. finds out how a subscription service is ending racism, and Kathryn Miles discusses "Quakeland."

162

America Ferrera

Alabama votes against President Trump's endorsee in the GOP Senate primary, Michelle Wolf examines an NCAA bribery scandal, and America Ferrera discusses "Superstore."

163

Craig Robinson

The government struggles to provide aid to Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria, President Trump unveils his plan to reform the tax code, and Craig Robinson discusses "Ghosted."
Episode Description

1

Robin Thede

Las Vegas experiences the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, Tom Price resigns as secretary of Health and Human Services, and Robin Thede discusses “The Rundown.”

2

Jim Himes

Fox News struggles to process the mass shooting in Las Vegas, O.J. Simpson is released from prison, and Representative Jim Himes weighs in on U.S. gun control.

3

John Hodgman

Michael Kosta explains how Russia spreads fake news across social media in the U.S., Neal Brennan examines the gun control debate, and John Hodgman discusses “Vacationland.”

4

Kenya Barris

Pro-life Congressman Tim Murphy resigns after pushing his mistress to get an abortion, Trevor remembers the anniversary of Pussygate, and Kenya Barris discusses “Black-ish.”

5

Common

From Chicago, Trevor examines the politicization of the Windy City, Roy Wood Jr. finds out how former gang members are reducing crime rates, and Common discusses “Marshall.”

6

Arne Duncan & Curtis Toler

President Trump buddies up to Mitch McConnell at a surprise presser, Ronny Chieng learns about Chicago’s jail pizza program, and Arne Duncan and Curtis Toler discuss CRED.

7

Lena Waithe

From Chicago, Michelle Wolf weighs in on Harvey Weinstein’s alleged sexual assaults, Dulce Sloan learns about Young Chicago Authors, and Lena Waithe discusses “The Chi.”

8

Vic Mensa

President Trump feuds with Gold Star families, Hasan Minhaj explains how Chicago could prevent a nuclear attack from North Korea, and Vic Mensa discusses “The Autobiography.”

9

Khizr Khan

John Kelly lies about a congresswoman while defending President Trump, Fox News shows selective outrage over sexual harassment, and Khizr Khan discusses “An American Family.”

10

Margo Price

Bill O’Reilly blames God for his sexual harassment cases, Michael Kosta examines the environmental decline of the Great Lakes, and Margo Price discusses “All American Made.”

11

Maggie Gyllenhaal

Senators Bob Corker and Jeff Flake stand against President Trump, Ronny Chieng examines the automation of fast food, and Maggie Gyllenhaal discusses “The Deuce.”

12

Miles Teller & Jason Hall

President Trump responds to the opioid epidemic, Roy Wood Jr. warns against racist Halloween costumes, and Miles Teller and Jason Hall discuss “Thank You for Your Service.”

13

Ta-Nehisi Coates

Paul Manafort is indicted by Robert Mueller, Trevor breaks down the biggest headlines of the weekend, and Ta-Nehisi Coates discusses his book “We Were Eight Years in Power.”

14

Gretchen Carlson

Michael Kosta reacts to John Kelly’s revisionist Civil War history, Desi Lydic spends Halloween avoiding President Trump’s tweets, and Gretchen Carlson discusses “Be Fierce.”

15

Hillary Clinton

President Trump calls to curb immigration after a terrorist attack in New York City, and Hillary Clinton discusses “What Happened” and weighs in on the Trump-Russia probe.

16

Gabrielle Union

Congress grills tech execs on Russian-bought ads meant to influence U.S. voters, Trevor recaps simpler news, and Gabrielle Union discusses “We’re Going to Need More Wine.”

17

Jeff Flake & Tig Notaro

President Trump kicks off his tour of Asia in Japan, Sen. Jeff Flake discusses his book “Conscience of a Conservative,” and Tig Notaro talks about her show “One Mississippi.”

18

Jeff Ross

Sen. Rand Paul gets into a landscaping dispute with his neighbor, Saudi Arabia’s crown prince cracks down on corruption, and Jeff Ross discusses Jeff Ross Roasts the Border.

19

Kenneth Branagh

Democrats sweep the 2017 elections, Trevor tries to imagine a worse president than Donald Trump, and Kenneth Branagh discusses his film “Murder on the Orient Express.”

20

Van Jones

President Trump visits China, Lewis Black calls for lawmakers to stop politicizing veterans, and Van Jones discusses his book “Beyond the Messy Truth.”

21

Hari Kondabolu

Roy Moore is accused of sexual assault, President Trump mocks Kim Jong-un and defends Vladimir Putin on a trip to Asia, and Hari Kondabolu discusses “The Problem with Apu.”

22

2 Chainz

Ronny Chieng explains how President Trump has made China more powerful, a fifth woman accuses Roy Moore of sexual misconduct, and 2 Chainz discusses “Most Expensivest.”

23

Elaine McMillion Sheldon

Congress debates President Trump’s power to use nuclear arms, Michelle Wolf explains how to not sexually harass coworkers, and Elaine McMillion Sheldon discusses “Heroin(e).”

24

Jordan Peele

Senator Al Franken is accused of groping a reporter during a 2006 USO tour, Jon Stewart talks about “Night of Too Many Stars,” and Jordan Peele discusses his film “Get Out.”

25

Esther Perel

Congress grapples with a series of high-profile sexual assault accusations, President Trump pushes tax cuts for the wealthy, and Esther Perel discusses “The State of Affairs.”

26

Greta Gerwig

Trevor explains why Donald Trump calls Elizabeth Warren “Pocahontas,” Project Veritas tries to delegitimize The Washington Post, and Greta Gerwig discusses “Lady Bird.”

27

Talib Kweli

Gina Yashere weighs in on the racism aimed at Meghan Markle, President Trump appoints Mick Mulvaney as director of the CFPB, and Talib Kweli discusses “Radio Silence.”

28

Henry Louis Gates Jr.

Libya uses Donald Trump’s tweets to discredit a CNN report, Hasan Minhaj examines the White House’s Islamophobia, and Henry Louis Gates, Jr., discusses “Finding Your Roots.”

29

Frankie Shaw

Michael Flynn pleads guilty to lying to the FBI, Senate Republicans pass sweeping tax cuts for the wealthy, and Frankie Shaw discusses her Showtime series “SMILF.”

30

Julia Ioffe

The RNC resumes funding for Roy Moore’s Senate bid, Desi Lydic profiles a liberal survivalist, and The Atlantic’s Julia Ioffe discusses Russian President Vladimir Putin.

31

St. Vincent

President Trump seemingly wrestles with his dentures during a presser, Russia is banned from the Winter Games amid a doping scandal, and St. Vincent discusses “Masseduction.”

32

Tiffany Haddish

The Supreme Court considers whether a baker can deny a gay couple a wedding cake, Trevor looks at lesser-reported news, and Tiffany Haddish discusses “The Last Black Unicorn.”

33

Pete Souza

Trevor questions the GOP’s response to sexual assault, Ronny Chieng examines crime-fighting technology, and Pete Souza discusses “Obama: An Intimate Portrait.”

34

Bob Odenkirk

Roy Moore’s wife uses questionable logic to claim her husband isn’t racist, Roy Wood Jr. tells the GOP how to rebrand their tax plan, and Bob Odenkirk discusses “The Post.”

35

Satya Nadella

Roy Wood Jr. reacts to Democrat Doug Jones winning the Alabama Senate race, Dulce Sloan weighs in on black female voters, and Satya Nadella discusses “Hit Refresh.”

36

Niecy Nash

Conservative pundits call on Robert Mueller to end the Trump-Russia probe, Ronny Chieng learns about cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, and Niecy Nash chats about “Downsizing.”

37

Yara Shahidi

The GOP tax plan takes effect, Kim Jong-un hints at North Korea’s nuclear capabilities and possible peace talks with South Korea, and Yara Shahidi discusses “Grown-ish.”

38

Dan Harris

Steve Bannon calls Team Trump’s contacts with Russia “treasonous,” President Trump taunts North Korea on Twitter, and Dan Harris discusses “Meditation for Fidgety Skeptics.”

39

Jodi Kantor

Michael Wolff releases a salacious book on President Trump, Michael Kosta learns how California is curbing gun violence, and Jodi Kantor discusses her Harvey Weinstein report.

40

Ashley Graham

President Trump calls himself a “stable genius” on Twitter, Roy Wood Jr. and Michael Kosta break down NFL headlines, and Ashley Graham discusses “America’s Next Top Model.”

41

Jason Mitchell

President Trump slams the Justice Department for not protecting him in the Russia probe, Trevor runs through lesser-reported headlines, and Jason Mitchell discusses “The Chi.”

42

Dee Rees

President Trump meets with congressional leaders to negotiate the terms of DACA, Lewis Black gives an update on New York City, and filmmaker Dee Rees discusses “Mudbound.”

43

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

President Trump exempts Florida from an offshore drilling proposal, Hasan Minhaj finds out how to challenge hate speech, and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar discusses “Becoming Kareem.”

44

Vashti Harrison

President Trump faces fallout after calling immigrant nations “s**tholes,” a missile alert is mistakenly issued in Hawaii, and Vashti Harrison discusses “Little Leaders.”

45

Ricky Martin

Trevor looks back at Chris Christie’s governorship, Ronny Chieng examines the top gadgets at the Consumer Electronics Show, and Ricky Martin discusses “American Crime Story.”

46

Anthony Bourdain

Senator Cory Booker calls out Kirstjen Nielsen for dismissing racist remarks, a porn star details her affair with Donald Trump, and Anthony Bourdain discusses “Parts Unknown.”

47

Ricky Gervais

President Trump signals an overhaul of both illegal and legal immigration, Trevor catches up on lesser-known news, and Ricky Gervais discusses the game show “Child Support.”

48

Michael Wolff

A stalemate in Congress leads to a government shutdown, Dulce Sloan and Desi Lydic look back on the 2017 Women’s March, and Michael Wolff discusses his book “Fire and Fury.”

49

Jason Reynolds

Trevor explains why Dreamers had the most to lose in the government shutdown, Roy Wood Jr. reacts to the 2018 Oscar nominations, and Jason Reynolds discusses “Long Way Down.”

50

P.K. Subban

Trevor breaks down how gerrymandering affects democracy, Dulce Sloan and Michael Kosta examine the Mexico border wall debate, and P.K. Subban discusses the NHL All-Star Game.

51

Cecile Richards

The GOP claims that the FBI is undermining the White House, Desi Lydic gives tips on interviewing President Trump, and Cecile Richards discusses Planned Parenthood’s future.

52

Alex Gibney

Hillary Clinton reportedly shielded a 2008 campaign staffer accused of sexual harassment, President Trump tried to fire Robert Mueller, and Alex Gibney talks “Dirty Money.”

53

David Remnick

In a live episode following the State of the Union, Trevor chats with Michael Kosta and The New Yorker’s David Remnick about President Trump’s first year in office.

54

Angela Rye

Conservatives praise President Trump’s first State of the Union, Roy Wood Jr. gives an update on black America, and Angela Rye discusses “Angela Rye’s State of the Union.”

55

Rose McGowan

The GOP pushes a sketchy memo in hopes of undermining the Trump-Russia probe, Roy Wood Jr. examines the on-screen deaths of black actors, and Rose McGowan discusses “Brave.”

56

Jessica Williams & Phoebe Robinson

Republicans react to Devin Nunes’s FBI memo, Michael Kosta and Roy Wood Jr. examine racist sports logos, and Jessica Williams and Phoebe Robinson discuss “2 Dope Queens.”

57

Liz Claman

President Trump accuses Democrats of treason for not applauding him, Hasan Minhaj reacts to the Dow Jones taking a record dip, and Liz Claman weighs in on the stock market.

58

“The 15:17 to Paris” Cast

President Trump orders a military parade, Trevor examines recent archeological findings, and Anthony Sadler, Alek Skarlatos and Spencer Stone discuss “The 15:17 to Paris.”

59

Steve Aoki

Trevor breaks down reports on Russia hacking voter rolls and Rob Porter’s resignation, Roy Wood Jr. honors unsung black politicians, and Steve Aoki discusses “Kolony.”

60

Taylor Kitsch

School shooting survivors in Florida stage rallies for gun control, Roy Wood Jr. explains why black audiences love “Black Panther,” and Taylor Kitsch discusses “Waco.”

61

Ludacris

Conservatives accuse the Parkland survivors of being paid actors, Florida sidelines gun control measures for anti-porn legislation, and Ludacris discusses “Fear Factor.”

62

Lupita Nyong'o

Parkland shooting survivors confront Marco Rubio and President Trump on gun control, Roy Wood Jr. celebrates black innovators, and Lupita Nyong’o discusses “Black Panther.”

63

Wayne Brady

Critics slam the sheriff who allegedly ignored warnings about the Parkland shooter, Roy Wood Jr. and Michael Kosta recap the Olympics, and Wayne Brady discusses “Kinky Boots.”

64

Nima Elbagir

Trevor looks at the 2018 midterm congressional candidates, a German village grapples with a Nazi-era town bell, and CNN’s Nima Elbagir talks about Libya’s slave trade.

65

Jorge Ramos

HUD Secretary Ben Carson blows taxpayer money on office furniture, Roy Wood Jr. and Dulce Sloan examine accomplishments of black women, and Jorge Ramos discusses “Stranger.”

66

Chadwick Boseman

President Trump sides with Democrats on gun control, Ronny Chieng asks a pro wrestler how Democrats can reach middle America, and Chadwick Boseman discusses “Black Panther.”

67

David Chang

President Trump threatens to impose tariffs on aluminum and steel, Trevor weighs the cost of artificial intelligence on everyday life, and David Chang talks “Ugly Delicious.”

68

Malcolm Jenkins

Former Trump aide Sam Nunberg lashes out at Robert Mueller’s subpoena, Desi Lydic explores robot sex, and Eagles captain Malcolm Jenkins discusses his off-the-field activism.

69

Terese Marie Mailhot

The White House erupts into chaos despite Donald Trump’s denials, Ronny Chieng looks at how A.I. is changing the legal system, and Terese Marie Mailhot talks “Heart Berries.”

70

Vann R. Newkirk II

Donald Trump pushes the myth that video games spur gun violence, Dulce Sloan examines tech’s racial blind spot, and Vann R. Newkirk II talks Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy.

71

Junot Diaz

President Trump agrees to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, Michael Kosta and Roy Wood Jr. kick off Third Month Mania, and author Junot Diaz discusses “Islandborn.”

72

David Byrne

President Trump fires Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Vladimir Putin refuses to admit that Russia poisoned a spy in the U.K., and David Byrne discusses “American Utopia.”

73

Krysten Ritter

Students protest gun violence on National Walkout Day, Lewis Black examines Donald Trump’s golfing habits, and Krysten Ritter discusses her role on “Marvel’s Jessica Jones.”

74

Christiane Amanpour

An astronaut’s DNA is altered by his time in space, Trump taps CNBC’s Larry Kudlow to be his economic adviser, and Christiane Amanpour discusses “Sex & Love Around the World.”

75

Mitch Landrieu

FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe is fired, Vladimir Putin celebrates yet another election victory, and Mitch Landrieu discusses his book “In the Shadow of Statues.”

76

Drew Barrymore

President Trump wages a war against opioids, Third Month Mania’s Bracket of Bulls**t enters round two, and Drew Barrymore discusses her role in “Santa Clarita Diet.”

77

Matt Damon & Gary White

Three women add to President Trump’s legal woes, Trevor breaks down the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica scandal, and Matt Damon and Gary White discuss Water.org and WaterEquity.

78

RuPaul Charles

Ronny Chieng weighs in on Facebook’s data-sharing scandal, Trevor talks to survivors of the school shooting in Parkland, FL, and RuPaul Charles discusses “RuPaul’s Drag Race.”

79

Tyler Perry

America’s teens make history at the March For Our Lives, Roy Wood Jr. investigates a pro-gun rally in Montana, and Tyler Perry discusses his film “Acrimony.”

80

Sean Penn

Trevor examines Trump’s incoming National Security Adviser John Bolton, Third Month Mania’s bulls**t heats up, and Sean Penn discusses his novel “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff.”

81

Chloe x Halle

Desi Lydic channels Sarah Huckabee Sanders, a sheriff profits off of inmates’ food money, and Chloe x Halle perform songs from their debut album “The Kids Are Alright.”

82

Rosie Perez

Kim Jong-un comes out of his shell, “Punish a Muslim Day” fliers spark outrage in the U.K., and Rosie Perez discusses arts education and her role in NBC’s “Rise.”

83

Tyra Banks

The FBI raids the office of Trump’s attorney, EPA chief Scott Pruitt comes under fire for a long list of scandals, and Tyra Banks chats about her book “Perfect Is Boring.”

84

Mariska Hargitay

Mark Zuckerberg gets grilled by Congress, Michael Kosta and Roy Wood Jr. announce the winner of the Bracket of Bulls**t, and Mariska Hargitay discusses “I Am Evidence.”

85

Martellus Bennett

President Trump uses Twitter to threaten Syria, Hasan Minhaj explains the impeachment process, and Martellus Bennett chats about his children’s book “Hey A.J., It’s Bedtime!”

86

Karlie Kloss

A rumor surfaces that President Trump secretly had a child with a former employee, Roy Wood Jr. examines the Fair Housing Act, and Karlie Kloss discusses Kode With Klossy.

87

Alex Wagner

NASA scientists send human sperm into space, ex-FBI Director James Comey hurls shade at President Trump on “20/20,” and journalist Alex Wagner discusses her book “Futureface.”

88

Eric Holder

The IRS gives taxpayers an extra day to file, Sean Hannity downplays his relationship with Michael Cohen, and Former Attorney General Eric Holder sits down with Trevor.

89

Chelsea Clinton

A train filled with human waste from New York City riles Alabamians, Desi Lydic examines the “raw water” trend, and Chelsea Clinton discusses “She Persisted Around the World.”

90

Thandie Newton

Puerto Rico experiences a massive power outage, Trevor highlights misadventures of “good guys with guns,” and Thandie Newton discusses her role on “Westworld.”

91

Tracy Morgan

Donald Trump allegedly lied in order to get on the Forbes 400 list in 1982, Kanye West tweets controversial remarks about racism, and Tracy Morgan discusses “The Last O.G.”

92

Jonah Goldberg

President Trump cozies up to French President Emmanuel Macron, strippers compete with bartenders in New York City, and author Jonah Goldberg discusses “Suicide of the West.”

93

Christina Hendricks & Ricardo Rossello

Controversy swirls around Trump’s pick for VA secretary, Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello discusses post-Maria recovery, and Christina Hendricks talks about “Good Girls.”

94

James Forman Jr.

North Korea’s nuclear testing site collapses, President Trump launches into an unhinged tirade on “Fox & Friends,” and author James Forman Jr. discusses “Locking Up Our Own.”

95

Kevin Young

President Trump takes credit for a summit between the two Koreas, Michelle Wolf sparks outrage at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner, and Kevin Young discusses “Brown.”

96

Antoinette Robertson

Robert Mueller’s questions for President Trump are leaked to the press, Michael Kosta chats with a 27th Amendment hero, and Antoinette Robertson discusses “Dear White People.”

97

Michael Hayden

Donald Trump is accused of faking his doctor’s note, Kanye West comes under fire for saying slavery was “a choice,” and Michael Hayden discusses “The Assault on Intelligence.”

98

David Blaine

Rudy Giuliani lights a fire under the Stormy Daniels scandal, Lewis Black sounds off about midterm primary battles, and magician David Blaine chats about “David Blaine Live.”

99

Ronan Farrow

An NHL player goes on a face-licking spree, Michael Kosta breaks down Rudy Giuliani’s defense strategy for President Trump, and Ronan Farrow discusses his book “War on Peace.”

100

Jon Meacham

President Trump ditches the Iran nuclear deal, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman faces sexual abuse allegations, and Jon Meacham discusses “The Soul of America.”

101

Diane Guerrero

Don Blankenship loses his Senate primary bid in West Virginia, Trevor highlights gun-happy police officers, and Diane Guerrero discusses her memoir “In the Country We Love.”

102

Joaquin Castro

A black Yale student is interrogated by police for napping, Desi Lydic investigates a refugee flow from the U.S. to Canada, and Rep. Joaquin Castro sits down with Trevor.

103

Michael C. Hall

President Trump opens a controversial U.S. embassy in Jerusalem, John Kelly makes disparaging remarks about Mexican immigrants, and Michael C. Hall chats about “Safe.”

104

Gayle King

President Trump ends his nights by chatting with Sean Hannity, Ronny Chieng weighs in on Michigan’s first police cat, and CBS’s Gayle King discusses her book “Note to Self.”

105

Terry Crews

Betsy DeVos shutters investigations into for-profit colleges, John Bolton jeopardizes U.S.-North Korea peace talks, and Terry Crews discusses “Brooklyn Nine-Nine.”

106

Johnny Knoxville

Immigration officials separate families at the U.S.-Mexico border, Roy Wood Jr. contributes to Starbucks’s racial bias training, and Johnny Knoxville discusses “Action Point.”

107

Tarana Burke

President Trump pushes a wild conspiracy theory to discredit the FBI, Fox News pundits react to Roseanne Barr’s racist tweet, and Tarana Burke discusses the Me Too movement.

108

Cynthia Nixon

Kim Kardashian meets with President Trump at the White House, Ronny Chieng takes aim at a greedy televangelist, and Cynthia Nixon discusses her bid for governor of New York.

109

Awkwafina

President Trump’s legal team argues that he can’t be charged with a crime, the U.S.-North Korea summit is back on, and Awkwafina talks “Ocean’s 8” and “Crazy Rich Asians.”

110

Brian Tyree Henry

The Miss America pageant ditches its swimsuit contest, Hasan Minhaj wonders if President Trump is converting to Islam, and actor Brian Tyree Henry chats about “Hotel Artemis.”

111

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Trevor highlights how Facebook thrives on polarization, Ronny Chieng tackles adventure playgrounds, and feminist author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie discusses “Dear Ijeawele.”

112

Regina King

EPA chief Scott Pruitt takes heat for possible ethics violations, the NFL’s Malcolm Jenkins silently fires back at President Trump, and Regina King discusses “Seven Seconds.”

113

BriGette McCoy, Kirsten Gillibrand & Don Christensen

A Saudi fashion show finds a novel use for drones, President Trump spars with G7 allies, and Trevor chats with BriGette McCoy, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and Don Christensen.

114

Eric Garcetti

President Trump heaps praise on dictator Kim Jong-un during a historic U.S.-North Korea summit, and Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti sits down with Trevor.

115

Ian Bremmer

A high-climbing raccoon rocks the internet, Lewis Black looks at how U.S. schools are preparing for potential mass shootings, and Ian Bremmer discusses “Us vs. Them.”

116

Mike Colter

Russia goes on a charm offensive while hosting the World Cup, Roy Wood Jr. learns about how police are targeting immigrants, and Mike Colter discusses “Marvel’s Luke Cage.”

117

Karen Bass

The Trump administration takes heat for separating migrant families, Michael Kosta and Roy Wood Jr. break down the 2018 World Cup, and Rep. Karen Bass sits down with Trevor.

118

Becca Heller

Trump faces bipartisan scorn for separating migrant families, Roy Wood Jr. meets a refugee-turned-mayor in Montana, and Becca Heller discusses her work on behalf of refugees.

119

Dan Reynolds

President Trump signals an end to his migrant family separation policy, Michael Kosta investigates presidential adviser Stephen Miller, and Dan Reynolds discusses “Believer.”

120

Mike Shinoda

Racists organize a White Civil Rights rally in Washington, D.C., Desi Lydic tackles cable news panels, and Mike Shinoda discusses his album “Post Traumatic.”

121

J Prince

A Virginia restaurant ejects Sarah Huckabee Sanders, a white woman calls the cops on an eight-year-old black girl, and J Prince discusses “The Art & Science of Respect.”

122

Bill Clinton & James Patterson

Confrontations with Trump officials ignite a civility debate, Michael Kosta attends a Trump rally, and Bill Clinton and James Patterson discuss “The President Is Missing.”

123

Janet Mock

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez beats Joe Crowley in New York’s primary election, Michael Kosta examines the political perils of anti-Trump rhetoric, and Janet Mock discusses “Pose.”

124

Darnell L. Moore

Hasan Minhaj reacts to Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement, Trevor highlights progress for LGBTQ rights, and Darnell L. Moore discusses “No Ashes in the Fire.”

125

Boots Riley

President Trump cozies up to Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, Gina Yashere reacts to Trump’s disastrous visit to the U.K., and Boots Riley discusses his film “Sorry to Bother You.”

126

Wiz Khalifa

President Trump walks back his comment supporting Russia over the U.S., Ronny Chieng tackles a chicken coop craze among millionaires, and Wiz Khalifa talks “Rolling Papers 2.”

127

Annie Lowrey

The FDA mulls a ban on labeling non-dairy products as “milk,” Trevor does a deep dive into the life of Nelson Mandela, and Annie Lowrey discusses her book “Give People Money.”

128

Daveed Diggs & Rafael Casal

Michael Kosta reacts to the arrest of alleged Russian agent Maria Butina, Roy Wood Jr. highlights conspiracy theories, and Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal talk “Blindspotting.”

129

Tip “T.I.” Harris

President Trump tweets an all-caps threat to Iran’s president, Roy Wood Jr. and Ronny Chieng react to bizarre baseball news, and Tip “T.I.” Harris talks “The Grand Hustle.”

130

Michael Scott Moore

The Trump administration targets environmental protection laws, Desi Lydic investigates Staten Island’s deer problem, and Michael Scott Moore talks “The Desert and the Sea.”

131

Bo Burnham

Audio of an exchange between Donald Trump and Michael Cohen raises eyebrows, Roy Wood Jr. meets online victims of mistaken identity, and Bo Burnham discusses “Eighth Grade.”

132

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

President Trump tries to undo the effects of his own policies, a global heat wave alarms scientists, and New York congressional candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez stops by.

133

Andrea Mitchell

Rudy Giuliani attempts to smear Michael Cohen, Trevor announces the book version of “The Donald J. Trump Presidential Twitter Library,” and MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell stops by.

134

Skylar Grey

Beyonce takes over a cover issue of Vogue, Michael Kosta weighs in on the GOP’s latest proposed tax cut for the rich, and Skylar Grey chats with Trevor about her music career.

135

Michael McFaul

The debate over 3D-printed “ghost guns” heats up, Jim Jordan runs for House Speaker amid a sexual assault scandal, and Michael McFaul discusses “From Cold War to Hot Peace.”

136

A$AP Rocky

Former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort goes on trial, Attorney General Jeff Sessions creates a Religious Liberty Task Force, and A$AP Rocky discusses his album “Testing.”

137

Stacey Abrams

President Trump bashes LeBron James on Twitter, Trevor explains why Iran and America aren’t friends, and Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams talks “Minority Leader.”

138

Rob Corddry

Former Trump campaign official Rick Gates testifies against Paul Manafort, Hasan Minhaj explores the history of presidential pardons, and “Dog Days” star Rob Corddry stops by.

139

Big Boi

The Trump administration targets legal immigrants, Lewis Black rails against summer camp programs for adults, and rapper-producer Big Boi discusses his album “Boomiverse.”

140

Emma Gonzalez & Matt Deitsch

Mothers face harassment for breastfeeding in public, the first black “Peanuts” character turns 50, and March For Our Lives activists Emma Gonzalez and Matt Deitsch stop by.

141

Spike Lee

Omarosa Manigault Newman releases two secretly taped White House conversations, a Unite the Right rally fizzles out in Washington, D.C., and Spike Lee talks “BlacKkKlansman.”

142

Omarosa Manigault Newman

Dulce Sloan demands equal pay for black women, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan takes a page from the Trump playbook, and Omarosa Manigault Newman talks about “Unhinged.”

143

Jimmy O. Yang

Roy Wood Jr. reacts to Donald Trump’s alleged use of the N-word, Ronny Chieng learns about deregulation, and Jimmy O. Yang discusses “Crazy Rich Asians” and “How to American.”

144

D.L. Hughley

Fired FBI agent Peter Strzok gets a major boost via GoFundMe, Hasan Minhaj tries to save MoviePass, and comedian D.L. Hughley discusses his book “How Not to Get Shot.”

145

DeRay Mckesson

Trevor examines high-profile boycotts, tensions rise at Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation hearing, and DeRay Mckesson discusses “On the Other Side of Freedom.”

146

April Ryan

An anonymous White House official blasts President Trump in the New York Times, Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court hearings continue, and CNN’s April Ryan discusses “Under Fire.”

147

Maggie Gyllenhaal

Conservatives claim to be censored by Facebook and Twitter, Senator Kamala Harris grills Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, and Maggie Gyllenhaal discusses “The Deuce.”

148

Amy Klobuchar & Kevin Love

Barack Obama takes aim at President Trump, Senator Amy Klobuchar discusses “Nevertheless, We Persisted,” and Cleveland Cavaliers player Kevin Love sits down with Trevor.

149

Mitski

President Trump continues his tradition of behaving badly on 9/11, Michael Kosta examines a midterm race in Orange County, CA, and musician Mitski discusses “Be the Cowboy.”

150

Anna Kendrick

The East Coast braces for Hurricane Florence, Roy Wood Jr. investigates structural racism in Boston, and Anna Kendrick chats about her role in “A Simple Favor.”

151

José Andrés

The World’s Fakest News Team forecasts more disastrous tweets from President Trump, Trevor pitches a Trump-inspired Magic 8 Ball, and José Andrés discusses “We Fed an Island.”

152

Eli Saslow & Derek Black

Controversy swirls around Bert and Ernie’s sexuality, Brett Kavanaugh faces sexual assault allegations, and Eli Saslow and Derek Black discuss “Rising Out of Hatred.”

153

Tracey Ullman

Roy Wood Jr. comes up with a sci-fi solution for a racially charged problem, Desi Lydic addresses helicopter parenting, and Tracey Ullman discusses “Tracey Ullman’s Show.”

154

Jenny Han

A second woman accuses Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, Michael Kosta and Roy Wood Jr. tackle sports headlines, and Jenny Han discusses “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before.”

155

M.I.A.

Brett Kavanaugh insists that he was a virgin in college, Neal Brennan implores Trump-supporting Republicans to find Jesus, and M.I.A. discusses “Matangi / Maya / M.I.A.”

156

Bill Gates

Brett Kavanaugh faces a third sexual misconduct allegation, Roy Wood Jr. goes to extremes to bridge America’s partisan divide, and Bill Gates discusses Goalkeepers.

157

America Ferrera

Emotions run high as Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and Brett Kavanaugh testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee, and America Ferrera discusses her book “American Like Me.”
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