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The Daily Show Quotes

The Daily Show is a Comedy, news satire, talk show that appeared on TV in 1996 on Comedy Central. The Daily Show completed its run in 1970.

It features Bob Mould as theme composer. The Daily Show is executive produced by Steve Bodow. The Daily Show is created by Madeleine Smithberg.

Each episode of The Daily Show is 31 min. (1996-2018) long. The Daily Show is produced by Ark Angel, Comedy Partners, collapsible list title=Other studios: and, Busboy Productions, and Mad Cow Productions. Spinoffs for this show include The Colbert Report.

The Daily Show Quotes

  • (Alec Baldwin) "I think Colin Powell is on the verge of a nervous breakdown."
  • (Jon Stewart) "I feel so sorry for him. If I saw him, I would just be like this:"
  • (Jon Stewart) "Hold me."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Today, a terrible tragedy struck the art word, and I'm not talking about the misuse of light and shadow in the post-modernist art form although that just -- REALLY bleep ing angers me."
  • (Contributor, 'Back in Black') "I'd show you my reaction to all of this, but that's beneath me. Now here's the reenactment of my rection to the Michael Jackson trial."
  • (Jon Stewart) "See, here's where Oprah has violated the talk show code. Treating the audience like shit. Seriously, she gives away cars and you guys stand in the freezing cold weather for what? This piece of shit show? A bunch of random jokes followed by some interview where I pretend to be remotely interested? We have a green room with a nice couch, big screen TV, snacks, and other nice things, but do we let our audience use it? No."
  • (Jon Stewart) ""Weapons of mass destruction-related program activities?" What the (bleep) does that mean? What is that, craft services for the scientists?"
  • (Stephen Colbert) "Well, Jon, the great jousting tournament that is Election Day draws nigh, the prize the building you see behind me, Castle Congress. But what side shall prevail in this epic electoral tilt? Who shall control the future of Fortress America? Will we be, as the Republicans desire, a nation of wealthy heavily-armed white men, befouling the air and water in a ceaseless quest for profits, beholden to no laws but those of our lord and savior Jesus Christ? Or shall we instead embrace the Democrats' vision of a namby-pamby quasi-Socialist Republic with an all-homosexual army flamboyantly defending a citizenry suckling at the foul teat of government welfare? The choice is yours, fair maiden America, for the name of this feudal system is Democracy."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Here's everything you need to know about the American Tobacco Trail; it starts at slavery and ends at cancer."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Who's got two thumbs and a creepy, freaky smile?"
  • (Zell Miller) "Isn't it strange that a government requires a no-smoking sign around gas pumps to remind us of that danger, but then thinks we don't need to be reminded of the danger of living a sinful life?"
  • (Jon Stewart) "You know I --"
  • (Jon Stewart) "I gotta say, I think it's the way it should be. No-smoking signs by gas stations, no religion in the public square. The government should keep us from being engulfed in flames on earth and that's pretty much it."
  • (Unnamed) "Who really cares what Hollywood thinks? All these hacks come out there. Hollywood is controlled by secular Jews who hate Christianity in general, and Catholicism in particular. It's not a secret, okay? And I'm not afraid to say it. That's why they hate this movie. It's about Jesus Christ, and it's about truth. It's about the Messiah. Hollywood likes anal sex. They like to see the public square without nativity scenes. I like families. I like children. They like abortions. I believe in traditional values and restraint. They believe in libertarianism. We have nothing in common."
  • (Jon Stewart) "What the fuck is this guy's problem?"
  • (Contributor, 'Back in Black') "Now, we all know the best medical advice doesn't come from the church or some machine, but from the people you trust the most: celebrities. Actor and lovestruck Scientologist Tom Cruise appeared on the Today Show last Friday, where he shared his beliefs on mental health."
  • (Tom Cruise) "I've never agreed with psychiatry, ever. Before I was a scientologist, I never agreed with psychiatry. And I know that psychiatry is a pseudo science."
  • (Contributor, 'Back in Black') "Unlike scientology. I mean, that's got science right in the name."
  • (Contributor, 'Back in Black') "The climax came when Matt Lauer suggested that therapy and anti-depressants might work for some people."
  • (Tom Cruise) "Do you know what Adderall is? Do you know Ritalin? Do you know now that Ritalin is a street drug? Do you understand that? You don't know the history of psychiatry; I do. There is no such thing as a chemical imbalance."
  • (Contributor, 'Back in Black') "No? Then, what do you call what's happening to you right now?"
  • (Jon Stewart) "Megachurches. I can't be the only one frightened when our houses of worship sound like they could take on Godzilla."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Russia held its parliamentary elections last week. The result: it decided to go with a dictatorship."
  • (Jon Stewart) "You've probably heard the news, unless you were in a hole, in which case, you were probably the guy we caught."
  • (Jon Stewart) "See, I only make fun of people who I know would never come on the show."
  • (Alec Baldwin) "That's a long list."
  • (Stephen Colbert) "It used to be that our elected officials were veterans of World War II, Vietnam, or the Civil Rights Movement. But with the election of Jesse Ventura in Minnesota and Arnold Schwarzenegger in California, I foresee a day when all our leaders will come from the movie "Predator." Think about it. Governor Carl Weathers. No, wait, Senator Predator. I bet he has some pretty interesting things to say about tort reform."
  • (Ed Helms) "Oooh look, I'm a Democrat. I'm going to block your nomination. Oooh look, I'm a Republican. I'm going to block your blocking of the nomination. Oooh look, I'm Ted Kennedy. I have man boobies."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Guy with chin-stud and -- top-of-nose thing, I think I'll miss you most of all"
  • (Stephen Colbert) "Pretend that I'm you, the Reverend Al Sharpton, and you're me, Stephen Colbert. Tell me why me/you should vote for you/me."
  • (Al Sharpton) "You're Reverend Al Sharpton?"
  • (Stephen Colbert) "I'm the Reverend Al Sharpton. You're Stephen Colbert. Tell me --"
  • (Al Sharpton) "Tell Al Sharpton?"
  • (Stephen Colbert) "Tell me/you why you/me should vote for me/you."
  • (Al Sharpton) "Because you/me are the best candidate, and you oughta know that."
  • (Stephen Colbert) "You're gonna have to back that up, because right now, you aren't persuading you."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Tonight, our focus is on Televsion. Today, the FCC wanted to impose the same decency standards that apply to broadcast television as they do to cable."
  • (Jon Stewart) "To which many people said, "Uh, fuck that guy."."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Yes, eight votes would be called a 'landslide' in some of New Hampshire's less populated districts -- if it weren't for the real landslides that those areas are subject to."
  • (Contributor, 'Back in Black') "Listen, Osama. I don't care how far you've gone, I don't care how long you've planned. There's no way that you can kill more Americans with your guns then we do with our own. This is the big leagues, baby. Jon?"
  • (Jon Stewart) "Just Diddy. The P is gone. Oh -- say it ain't so, Diddy. Why did you do it, Diddy?"
  • (Unnamed) "Because I thought the P was getting between me and my fans."
  • (Jon Stewart) "The P was getting between him and his fans. You know I don't think it's the P. I think it's the bodyguards."
  • (Jon Stewart) "On Sunday morning, Americans awoke to images of a man more disheveled -- than themselves."
  • (Contributor, 'Back in Black') "Wow, that will save a lot of time, because old people are whizzes when it comes to new technology."
  • (Jon Stewart) "So to sum it up, it will take two thirds of both Houses of Congress plus three quarters of the states to pass an amendment saying that two straight parents are better than one straight parent which is still better than two gay parents which is equal to a guy screwing a turtle."
  • (Jon Stewart) "The Genesis space probe returned to earth last weekend after a three-year mission of space exploration. If there was one thing that NASA learned from the experience, it's that spacecraft don't bounce."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Al Gore's endorsement of Howard Dean came as a surprise to nobody, except Gore's former running mate, Joe Lieberman. He found it pretty damn surprising."
  • (Jon Stewart) "At this point, the White House Press Corps has been replaced with actual journalists."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Do you know of any candidate that has gone from top to bottom, from king to serf, so quickly as Howard Dean?"
  • (Bob Dole) "I did."
  • (Jon Stewart) "While Clinton was partial to Hollywood heavyweights like Stephen Spielberg and Barbra Streisand, Bush has courted his own version of celebrity royalty, like pro golfer Ben Crenshaw and country singer Larry Gatlin. Not at the same time, of course. I mean, you'd just be begging for the place to get trashed."
  • (Jon Stewart) "And let me say to you, Bill O'Reilly, and the entire O'Reilly clan, "Feliz Navidad." Although I'm sure you're concerned that that's getting too prevalent in this country, as well."
  • (Himself - Correspondent) "Children. After oil, they're our most valuable national resource."
  • (Jon Stewart) "This is what happens when you take away Napster."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Here in the U.S., we've made democracy into a science. A cold, impersonal science."
  • (Jon Stewart) "As I understand, you gave some testimony too."
  • (Stephen Colbert) "Well, I was subpoenaed, Jon, but I pled the sixth. That threw them for a loop."
  • (Stephen Colbert) "What really excites me about this revelation is that it lowers the standard for the next invasion. Before, the standard was imminent danger. Now the standard is "What are you lookin' at? You lookin' at me? 'Cause my friend says you're lookin' at me and there's nobody else here so I guess you're looking at me.""
  • (Jon Stewart) "But what does this capture mean for democrats? Short answer: Democrats are screwed. Long answer: THE democrats are COMPLETELY screwed."
  • (Steve Carrell) "Hello, and welcome to Moviefone. To select "The Passion of the Christ", press 1. To select Jesus Christ as your personal savior, press 2. If you were one of they who mocked him, ye I say unto thee, press 3. To hear these instructions again in Tongues, press 4."
  • (Jon Stewart) "But apparently we liberal, secular fags here at Comedy Central have fired a devastating year-old six-second long joke, that doesn't barely even make any sense to us any more, across the bow of Christianity. When you think of Liberals, your thoughts naturally turn to others who're fighting against Christmas, like the Puritans: the first white Americans who banned Christmas celebrations for 22 years in Boston because they deemed all of them unseemly. Godless pricks."
  • (Jon Stewart) "So, you're on Conan O'Brian tonight, am I right?"
  • (Unnamed) "Uh, no, I'm actually on Friday, she's very good."
  • (Jon Stewart) "It's Rosh Hashana. The time when Jews go to New York to watch the -- apple drop -- into the put of honey. This is also when newscasters say: "And to our Jewish Veiwers, happy Resh Hoshin.""
  • (Jon Stewart) "Samantha, could you describe what caused the blackout?"
  • (Samantha Bee) "Well, Jon, at about two in the afternoon, a power station overloaded at the Lake Erie Loop. The power grid failed. Jon?"
  • (Jon Stewart) "Is that all?"
  • (Samantha Bee) "Pretty much."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Do you even know how the power is distributed?"
  • (Samantha Bee) "Evenly?"
  • (Jon Stewart) "Do you know what the distributing process is?"
  • (Samantha Bee) "Well, first they shovel the energy into a big pile -- and put it in wheelbarrows -- and then they roll it down to the transformers."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Transformers?"
  • (Samantha Bee) "You know, big robots; turn into cars; shoot lasers out their eyes?"
  • (Jon Stewart) "So, Stephen, how was Louisiana?"
  • (Stephen Colbert) "I don't know, Jon, why do you ask?"
  • (Jon Stewart) "You were just there."
  • (Stephen Colbert) "Okay, I'll bite. What was I doing there?"
  • (Jon Stewart) "You did a story about drive-through daquiri bars."
  • (Stephen Colbert) "Oh, no, Jon. I think I would have remembered that. Unless, of course, I was drinking. When I drink, I tend to black out. That's why I drink; to forget the blackouts. I'm kinda confused, obviously -- I need a drink. You got any liquor around here? No? that's all right; I always make sure to carry a bottle of Ice Blue Aqua Velva with me. I am an Aqua Velva man. Want any?"
  • (Jon Stewart) "No, no after shave for me, thanks."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Despite reports that John Kerry was wounded three times in Vietnam, it was revealed today that he was only wounded twice. So in other words, he's a pussy."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Welcome to the Daily Show. For anyone watching, if you happen to hear any loud crashes, it's because there's a thunderstorm outside. It's not, as our good friend Alan suggested earlier, the Hammer of Thor crashing to the Earth."
  • (Ed Helms) "April is tax month. If you are having trouble filing your taxes, then you should hire an accountant. They'll give you the same advice that they've given hundreds of corporations; taxes are for douche bags."
  • (Jon Stewart) "The Democratic Party. They were a political party that had power somewhere in the early 19th and 20th centuries. You might have heard of them. Ask your parents."
  • (Jon Stewart) "If we are going to amend the constitution, shouldn't it be to keep the omos-hay from arrying-may?"
  • (Jon Stewart) "Earlier in the show I intimated that Julia Roberts was a speed junkie. That's not true. In real life, and don't hold this against her, she's a cannibal."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Do you have a report to file?"
  • (Steve Carrell) "I don't file reports anymore, Jon. I do movies."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Oh."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Was I supposed to have some questions for you?"
  • (Steve Carrell) "You may ask me anything you like, Jon. And I will answer it. If I feel like it."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Why did you leave us?"
  • (Jon Stewart) "Across the nation, thousands of people are lining up in hospital waiting rooms, out the doors, down the steps, around the corners, and behind the hedges, waiting for their inoculations. Here's another idea for avoiding the flu: DON'T stand outside in the cold for hours around lots of other people."
  • (Stephen Colbert) "IMAX. You're familiar with the IMAX format if you're an elementary school student on a field trip or a college student on a mushroom trip."
  • (Contributor, 'Back in Black') "Growing up, my baseball heroes were Wade Boggs, Babe Ruth, and even Joe DiMaggio. They were drunks. They had to overcome their substance. So why can't baseball go back to its roots? Forget the performance-enhancing drugs and bring back the performance-hindering ones. At the very least, do it for the children."
  • (Jon Stewart) "The moment we've all been waiting for: the official half-way point of the George W. Bush presidency."
  • (Unnamed) "I, George Walker Bush."
  • (Unnamed) "I, George Walker Bush."
  • (Unnamed) "Do solemnly swear."
  • (Unnamed) "Do solemnly swear."
  • (Jon Stewart) "At which point, 49% of the country, also, solemnly swore."
  • (Richard Clarke) "The very fact that somebody who saw all the material, saw all the evidence, has been around for years doing this kind of stuff would have the temerity to say, "You know, I think the President was really wrong to go into Iraq 'cause that really hurt the war on terrorism -- ""
  • (Jon Stewart) "Again, because we're on Comedy Central, I think you may have to change the word "temerity" to "balls"."
  • (Jon Stewart) "What's your overall sense of the mood down at the Republican convention floor. How did it feel to be there last night during the speech?"
  • (Stephen Colbert) "Well, Jon, as a journalist I have to maintain my objectivity, but I would say the feeling down here was one of a pervasive and palpable evil. A thick demonic stench that rolls over you and clings like hot black tar, a nightmare from which you cannot awaken, a nameless fear that lives in the dark spaces beyond your peripheral vision and drives you toward inhuman cruelties and unspeakable perversions. The delegates' bloated, pustulent bodies twisting from one obscene form to another, giant spider-shaped and ravenous wolf-headed creatures who feast upon the flesh of the innocent and suck the marrow from the bones of the poor."
  • (Ed Helms) "First there was the New Hampshire primary, and we had nearly a year leading up to it. And now, look. Three primaries in one weekend. How many of these things are they going to have?"
  • (Jon Stewart) "Uh -- there's fifty, Ed."
  • (Ed Helms) "Fifty? That's almost one per state."
  • (Stephen Colbert) "Professor Banzafh, name one way you're not Hitler."
  • (Bob Wiltfong) "Christmas has been saved from many things like Scrooge, The Grinch and Kathy Lee Gifford."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Said a frustrated Vietnam, "Can we stop comparing intractable conflicts to me? I mean I've moved on. Hello? Thriving sex trade?""
  • (Jon Stewart) "Triumph, you're not allowed to swear."
  • (Unnamed) "What do you mean? It's cable TV, man."
  • (Jon Stewart) "No, it's basic cable, you can't swear."
  • (Unnamed) "You can't swear on cable, what's the"
  • (Unnamed) "point? All right, no, no, no, I kid, I kid. Cable's great, Jon Stewart, and you're great, and you have a great show -- for me to poop on. I mean come on, having a show on cable, it's not like it's real, it's like sniffing your sister's ass."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Now look, I happen to like having a show on Comedy Central."
  • (Unnamed) "Ooh, Comedy Central, good for you, Comedy Central. I have worms in my stool that have shows on Comedy Central."
  • (Jon Stewart) "So let me get this straight: you control the White House, both Houses of Congress, and the Supreme Court, and your administration has closer ties to the energy industry than any administration in history, and THOSE two blockheads stopped you?"
  • (Unnamed) "-- his dinner is noodles Jefferson."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Noodles Jefferson. I think I went to high school with that guy. I went to high school with Noodles Je -- I remember very clearly we called him "Noodles" because -- ehh -- of his fondness for -- uhhh -- he liked noodles. Big fan of the noodles. What are ya eatin' today -- noodles."
  • (Jon Stewart) "We will start each program with the Canadian national anthem."
  • (Jon Stewart) ""Takin' care of business; every day.""
  • (Jon Stewart) "One of the highest profile races this evening is for governor in Florida. It's a battle between incumbent Jeb Bush -- Of course, we all know he is the brother of Neil Bush, the disgraced financier."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Right now, people are rushing out to get this year's most popular present: a painful injection of dead virus."
  • (Rob Corddry) "How do we -- steal a car and shoot some hookers?"
  • (Jon Stewart) "I'm a blue-stater, baby."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Congressman Dennis Kucinich voted in his home state of Ohio. As he left the booth, he held up a peace sign -- and held it -- and held it -- he's holding it -- and still holding it. Kucinich was then asked for the millionth time why he was still running for president; at that point, he lowered one of the fingers."
  • (Rob Corddry) "That guy was not likeable."
  • (Jon Stewart) "As you know, we cater to a pretty young audience, how does your message relate to young people?"
  • (Howard Dean) "I think young people are interested in the environment and the economy because --"
  • (Jon Stewart) "I'm sorry, I think we're speaking to a younger audience."
  • (Howard Dean) "Young people are interested in green grass, and not spending more money --"
  • (Jon Stewart) "I think we need to go younger."
  • (Howard Dean) "OK -- Cleanliness, and --"
  • (Jon Stewart) "You know what, maybe you could just jangle your keys for a while."
  • (Jon Stewart) "So let me get this straight. You control the White House, the Senate, the house, and congress. And the only thing that got between you and getting what you want, were these two guys?"
  • (Jon Stewart) "And you call yourself evil."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Kerry could pose a serious threat."
  • (Stephen Colbert) "Threat, Jon? Threat? Tread carefully, newsman, lest your impudence embroil you in the coming battle tide. For the day is nigh when the armies of Rove shall come alive to claim their due. For lo. it has been foretold that the son of the forty-first king shall himself twice be crowned. The treasuries will be emptied. The ads unleashed. And the blue states will run red with the hundred million dollars of hellfire and retribution."
  • (Contributor, 'Back in Black') "Kids? Call your moms. For the first time in my life, I am speechless. Here's why."
  • (Jon Stewart) "We're not like a lot of your news organizations, with their immediacy. We're a 24-hour news channel, if you consider it over two months and add up all the half-hours."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Isn't it how if you lick a frog, you start to get crazy thoughts?"
  • (Kermit the Frog) "If you lick a frog, you were crazy to start with."
  • (Jon Stewart) "I can't believe it, the frog's running circles around me, this is terrible."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Yes, reason has been a part of organized religion, ever since two nudists took dietary advice from a talking snake."
  • (Jon Stewart) "John Edwards won his home state of South Carolina yesterday, fulfilling his promise to win every state that he was born in."
  • (Unnamed) "I was not elected to serve one party."
  • (Jon Stewart) "You were not elected."
  • (Jon Stewart) "So if any terrorists are planning to disrupt our election, the White House will head them off by disrupting it first."
  • (Stephen Colbert) "Saddam Hussein will most likely plead a case of self-defense --"
  • (Jon Stewart) "Wait a minute, Stephen -- self-defense? The man killed 400,000 Kurds."
  • (Stephen Colbert) "-- who snuck up on him, Jon."
  • (Harrison Ford) "I don't really do action movies."
  • (Jon Stewart) "You were Indiana Jones."
  • (Harrison Ford) "Yeah, but --"
  • (Jon Stewart) "And Jack Ryan."
  • (Harrison Ford) "I always saw Indiana Jones as a comedy."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Well, I can assure you it's not."
  • (Harrison Ford) "I'll have to let Spielberg know that. "Steve- not funny.""
  • (Jon Stewart) "You know Spielberg?"
  • (Jon Stewart) "I am downgrading the story from "incredibly hilarious" to "still funny but a little sad"."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Is that what happened at your fancy Georgetown Dinner Party, Governor Richardson, sir? I heard as you were leaving you said, "Good day. Wipe your penis on the curtains and walk out." That is what I heard."
  • (Jon Stewart) "The new Airbus plane, the A380 is capable of holding 800 passengers. Or, 400 Americans."
  • (Jon Stewart) "The one-second lighting was preceded by a concert featuring Harry Connick Jr., the Goo-Goo Dolls, Sheryl Crow, and Mayor Michael Bloomberg, because someone had to"
  • (Jon Stewart) "fucking rock the joint. Bloomberg."
  • (Jon Stewart) "We disagree on a lot of things, but, eh, well -- let me just say this: I think we disagree on everything."
  • (Rob Corddry) "Yes, Jon, Howard Dean did make some big mistakes campaigning for the Iowa Caucus, namely, spending too much time in Iowa."
  • (Contributor, 'Back in Black') "War is all the rage these days, so let me lay another one on you; TIVO vs. Advertisers. With more and more Americans zapping commercials, advertisers are going guerilla on our asses. Taking it to new and better heights. For example, five-foot tall bulimic men. The Churchill Downs recently OK'd the jockeys to wear advertisements on their shorts. The commission for the Churchill Downs has stated in the past that it didn't want, quote "advertisements that would not taint or destroy the fine tradition here at Churchill Downs". That means that they didn't want ads tainting the nobility of gambling. Which means no ads for glue or dog food, it upsets the horses. So what did the ads permit? An ad for Hypnotiq, a liquor made from vodka, cognac, and tropical fruit juices. Just perfect for Derby Day. And it's the only drink more likely to make you puke than a mint julep. Baseball has also permitted these ads, but the players wont wear them. Not because of the purity of the game, but the ads conflict with the player's own endorsement deals. Speed Stick? I thought they endorsed Right Guard. Say it aint so."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Yes, it's a courageous move, releasing a pro-Jesus film in America. Very unusually bold."
  • (Samantha Bee) "Oh, crap, I forgot Chanukah. Ooh. Chanukah's on the 7th. How could I forget the holiday that starts on a different day every year and commemorates a lamp not going out?"
  • (Jon Stewart) "Yes, that's a former Pentagon spokesperson, explaining to a reporter, why propaganda may not be good."
  • (Samantha Bee) "But really let's face it, all other days bow down to the 25th: Christmas. It's the only religious holiday that's also a Federal holiday. That way Christians can go to their services and everyone else can stay home and reflect on the true meaning of Separation of Church and State."
  • (Unnamed) "Ever wonder what 250 identical chairs look like? Then come to a free taping of The Daily Show With John Stewart."
  • (Contributor, 'Back in Black') "Hey, asshole. It's a list of suspected terrorists that we're watching. In this case, watching buy guns."
  • (Unnamed) "The Colbert Report: Winner of the 2005 Peabody Award."
  • (Stephen Colbert) "If the voters have any balls. Well, do ya, voters? Do you have any balls? Because I do. Let me show you."
  • (Frank DeCaro) "The movie Traffic also stars Benicio Del Toro who, if he were any more unattractive, would be absolutely irresistible."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Stephen, Senator Frist's appearance at that megachurch could be seen as a serious breach of the separation of church of state."
  • (Stephen Colbert) "Jon, let me explain this in a metaphor. If you take a gallon of Neopolitan ice-cream, like the one I'm holding, you need to drag a spoon all the way across it to get the full three flavors."
  • (Stephen Colbert) "However, if you have a gallon of fudge sundae ice cream, you can dip your spoon in and enjoy all parts of the sundae at once."
  • (Jon Stewart) "So you're implying that mixing church and state is a good thing?"
  • (Stephen Colbert) "Jon, I'm saying that this megachurch is a Baskin-Robbins."
  • (Stephen Colbert) "That's it for This Week In God. But before we go, let's check last week's collection plates. The Catholics are once again number one, no surprises there. The Baptists come in second, followed by the Methodists. Ooh, Scientology, I'll just check Variety. And finally, Jews for Jesus; buptkiss. But can you really put a price on offending two major religions at once?"
  • (Jon Stewart) "Al Sharpton did have a point, that is, that Howard Dean did not employ a black or Latino worker during his tenure as governor -- of Vermont, a fact affirmed by Vermont's minority population. I believe his name is Eddie."
  • (Dan Bakkedahl) "Don't look at me."
  • (Dan Bakkedahl) "Just take whatever you need. I just want to act."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Just picture your loved ones dead. Just do it for me. Are you picturing it? Do you got it? All right now go vote.; Impersonating G.W. Bush"
  • (Stephen Colbert) "Liberal? Conservative? All that matters is that you're wrong."
  • (Jon Stewart) "What about the State of the Union? Did you go to the speech?"
  • (Sen. John McCain) "I had no choice."
  • (Jon Stewart) "The media unleashed a full-scale coverage orgy, with CNN at one point going ninety minutes without a commercial, making the death of Anna Nicole Smith a more significant news event than a State Of The Union Address and slightly less than 9/11."
  • (Unnamed) "Ever wonder what 250 identical chairs look like? Then come to a free taping of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart."
  • (Unnamed) "You got to know when to hold them, know when to fold them."
  • (Jon Stewart) "There you have it folks. Years of religious turmoil boiled down to a Kenny Rogers lyric."
  • (Jon Stewart) "To be fair to Secretary Rumsfeld, there's nothing the American public loves more than a man who takes a "Hey you kids get off my lawn." approach to foreign policy."
  • (Jon Stewart) "The old guilt- by-association argument. She hangs out with Michael Moore whose film Bowling For Columbine featured Charlie Heston -- who played a Mexican in Touch of Evil -- Mexico speaks the same language as Cuba -- where Fidel Castro plotted to kill JFK -- as seen in the film starring Kevin Bacon. Oh, Cindy Sheehan. Why do you and your liberal cohorts plan to kill Kevin Bacon?"
  • (Stephen Colbert) "After all, it was Thomas Jefferson who said "Everyone imposes his own system as far as his army can reach.""
  • (Jon Stewart) "No, that was Stalin. Thomas Jefferson said that he'd "Rather have free press and no government, than a government and no free press"."
  • (Stephen Colbert) "Well, what else would you expect from a slave-banging, Hitler-loving queer?"
  • (Rob Corddry) "Underneath the rotted timbers of the sunken vessel lies conclusive evidence that the USS Republic was piloted -- by Adolf Hitler."
  • (Jon Stewart) "The Rockafeller Centre Christmas tree lighting dates back to 1931, when depression-era labourers proudly mounted a 12 foot white spruce in the middle of their construction site, and then ate it."
  • (Rob Corddry) "The mood here at Kerry's headquarters is one of absolute celebration, Jon, elation."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Unbelievable. Even 24 hours later, spirits are still high at the Kerry camp."
  • (Rob Corddry) "There's a lot of things still high at the Kerry camp, Jon. Spirits would be one of them, most of the junior campaign staff would be the other."
  • (Rob Corddry) "Hey, guys, come on, don't forget to breathe out."
  • (Jon Stewart) "You know what the situation room is? The guy's got a satellite dish, that's all it is."
  • (Samantha Bee) "There are a lot of electrodes that will be flying at half-testicle tonight."
  • (A. Whitney Brown) "Hello, I'm A. Whitney Brown. Some day, I hope to be THE Whitney Brown."
  • (Jon Stewart) "There you have it, folks. Finally, there is a place in the world where the US government can't do whatever it wants to do -- and it's in Cuba."
  • (Unnamed) "There have been reports Anna Nicole Smith actually choked on her own vomit."
  • (Jon Stewart) "You know, I'm not choking on mine right now, but I'm tasting it a little."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Prince Harry is "known for mischief"? Maybe this is CNN's tribute to the British penchant for understatement."
  • (Jon Stewart) "CNN then said Charles' ears were "noticeable" and called World War II a "bit of pudding"."
  • (Unnamed) "I think we're welcomed in Iraq."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Apparently the rocket-propelled grenade is the Iraqi equivalent of "aloha"."
  • (Zell Miller) "I don't think that when our founding fathers came along they expected freedom of speech to mean that you could have this gangsta rap going in kids ears."
  • (Stephen Colbert) "Are you afraid that associating with the Republican party might bring a taint of corruption to boxing?"
  • (Unnamed) "Let me say this; I'm a promoter of the people for the people and by the people and my magic lies in my people ties. I'm a promoter of America. I'm American people. You know what I mean? So therefore, uh, do not send for who the bell tolls 'cause the bell tolls for thee."
  • (Stephen Colbert) "I'll take that as a "maybe"?"
  • (Unnamed) "If a bullfrog had wings it wouldn't bump his behind every time he hopped."
  • (Stephen Colbert) "I -- I get you."
  • (Unnamed) "Yes, thank you."
  • (Stephen Colbert) "What is it I get?"
  • (Jon Stewart) "Because the seating for the Pope's funeral went in alphabetical order, the leaders of the country sat in order; Iran, Ireland, Israel. Three countries and four religions that hate each other."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Hey, listen, lady, Donald Rumsfeld is not on trial here. Hey, wait a second, why isn't Donald Rumsfeld on trial?"
  • (Jon Stewart) "So to recap; this guy came down four days later to mourn the loss of Trent Lott's house, while I Am Sam waded through toxic sludge in a dinghy."
  • (Rob Corddry) "We ate Frank DeCaro last night -- and he was delicious."
  • (Jon Stewart) "France, c'mon girl, don't be an invader hater."
  • (Ed Helms) "Jon, I'm here at the hospital where Austin lawyer and Republican fundraiser Harry Whittington is in stable condition after being shot by Vice President Dick Cheney during a weekend quail hunting expedition. Doctors say he's recovering quickly after being shot in the face by the vice president. I'll be here all day with continuous coverage of how Vice President Dick Cheney shot a 78-year-old man in the face, after he mistook him for a small bird."
  • (Stephen Colbert) "My name isn't really Stephen Colbert. It's actually Ted Hitler -- A very distant relationship -- Two generations back -- Directly -- I'm the grandson of Hitler."
  • (Unnamed) "Oklahoma is OK with me."
  • (Jon Stewart) "General Clark then added, "Idaho. Alaska." And then became the first candidate in history to be yanked off the stage with a cane."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Al Gore, two term vice president who couldn't beat a one term Texas governor is launching Current, a new cable news channel being aimed at male, internet savvy viewers between the ages of 18; 34. A very underrepresented niche market, which currently only has MTV, MTV2, Vh1, Fuse, G4Tech, Spike, Sci-Fi, all the ESPNs, Style, and everything else on television. Except of course for Pax and the new channel Hallmark Oldsters. One of the unique things about Current is Googlewatch, a half-hour show that features what people are searching for on the popular search engine. Just when you thought that television should feature more of Terri Hatcher + nude / buttshot."
  • (Jon Stewart) "And finally, Exxon-Mobil CEO Lee Raymond, the only man who comes pre-caricatured for an editorial cartoon. You know, uh, I know one place you might want to start looking for oil -- jowls --"
  • (Rob Corddry) "That's right, Jon. Kerry wanted to put on a strong public show of unity for the party, key word there ? "public.""
  • (Jon Stewart) "Vice President Dick Cheney said that Howard Dean's comments about America being a "white Christian nation" were over the top. Folks, that is not over the top. An over the top statement would be something like, "Republicans like to sodomize sheep and drink piss straight from their"
  • (Jon Stewart) "". That's over the top. That's straight from the"
  • (Jon Stewart) "."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Okay, looks like this is gonna be a while, so if you're playing at home, remember, it's a shot of tequila every time he says 'Terrorist, ' 'Danger, ' or 'Madman'."
  • (Rob Corddry) "How long have we known each other?"
  • (Unnamed) "Umm --"
  • (Unnamed) "About 15 minutes."
  • (Rob Corddry) "Remember that time on Dean's bus?"
  • (Unnamed) "No, no, I don't."
  • (Unnamed) "God ordains everything. God made my bed, you know?"
  • (Jon Stewart) "-- Mel Gibson is one lazy mother"
  • (Jon Stewart) ". Can't you make your own bed? God has things to do. Make your bed. God can't say, "I have to end a famine -- Oh, wait. Gibson's bed.""
  • (Samantha Bee) "Upon hearing of Sadam's capture, Wesley Clark exclaimed, and I'm quoting here, 'You're (beep)ing me. Please say you're (beep)ing me.' He added 'You'd better be (beep)ing me.'"
  • (Contributor, 'Back in Black') "President Bush has refused to speak at any NAACP meetings because of scheduling conflicts. That's because he's spent the last five years scheduling conflicts."
  • (Jon Stewart) "You know, we don't just pick the first pun that comes to mind. That usually takes a couple of hours."
  • (Jon Stewart) "It's as though there's only two positions you can have; you're either for the war or against the troops."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Just a quick observation- when people do not want to play the blame game --"
  • (Jon Stewart) "They're to blame."
  • (Jon Stewart) "First fucker; Michael Brown, the director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Brown was nominated to the post by President Bush in 2003, and intends to start the job any day now. Any day now."
  • (Unnamed) "Well, I'm looking forward to the upcoming primaries down south, I think I'm doing pretty well. I got more than one percent of the vote in the last primary."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Huzzah. More than one out of a hundred people has voted 'Kucinich.' Break out the champagne."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Enron. Halliburton. No WMDs in Iraq. With all these things going on, what was Congress most concerned about? That's right, baseball. This week, the Congressional hearings on steroid abuse began. Among those that were testifying include: Jose Canseco, Barry Bonds, Sammy Sosa, Mark McGwire, Paul Giambi, and Shrinkynuts McAngrypants."
  • (Jon Stewart) "We all know what happens to celebrities when their time is up; rehab and then a stint on VH1."
  • (Jon Stewart) "You know what? It's okay, if Bill O'Reilly needs to have an enemy, needs to feel persecuted, you know what? Here's my Kwanzaa gift to him. Are you ready? All right."
  • (Jon Stewart) "I'm your enemy, make me your enemy. I, Jon Stewart -- hate Christmas. Christians. Jews- morality. And I will not rest, until every year, families gather to spend December 25th together -- at Osama's homobortionpot'n'commiejizzporium."
  • (Jon Stewart) "You know, if I had a nickel for every time Bush has mentioned 9/11, I could raise enough reward money to go after bin Laden."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Nothing promotes abstinence as well as the image of James Carville masturbating. On a less disturbing note, terrorism is back in the news --"
  • (Jon Stewart) "Rob, if the administration's argument for weapons of mass destruction is whether or not we exist and are really here, I think we're in trouble."
  • (Samantha Bee) "As you know, the cornerstone of Edwards' campaign has been the idea of two Americas. Take a look."
  • (Samantha Bee) "See that? Two Americas. The bad news is, in this America, John Edwards has had his ass handed to him. However, in the other America, Edwards is doing quite well. In fact, he's won twenty-nine of thirty contests. Quite impressive."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Now, Samantha, how did he manage to lose a primary in another America of his own invention?"
  • (Jon Stewart) "No matter what side of the political spectrum you are on, if you are incapable of feeling at least a tiny amount of joy at watching ordinary Iraqis celebrate this, you are lost to the ideological left. And let me also add if you are incapable of feeling badly that we even had to use force in the first place, you are ideologically lost to the right. And I would implore both of those groups to leave the room now."
  • (Correspondent) "It is on, mother fucker."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Even though the municipal workers' union withdrew its support for Howard Dean, Dean still has the support of the 50, 000 member 'Angry Pipe-fitters Union'. Reached for comment, the union leader said, "AAh. Freakin' pipes. Won't freakin' fit together. Makin' me so mad.""
  • (Stephen Colbert) "You're saying they"
  • (Stephen Colbert) "can say anything they want? They can say that Al Sharpton will carry Wyoming, that the ballot boxes will run red with the blood of the goat, that Hispanics are the new soccer moms, and no one questions that? There aren't any repercussions when they're wrong, nobody gets fired?"
  • (Jon Stewart) "-- No."
  • (Stephen Colbert) "I gotta get one of those jobs."
  • (Drew Barrymore) "I took a poo in the woods. It was awesome."
  • (Contributor, 'Back in Black') "If there wasn't a better symbol for America being out of touch with the world than a celebrity crapping in the native's back yard, I havent found one."
  • (Jon Stewart) "We're going to begin tonight with more on our victory in Iraq. In Iraq, it's just past its two year mark and the victory there is growing increasingly glorious."
  • (Stephen Colbert) "In street lingo, are you running to stick it to the man?"
  • (Al Sharpton) "I don't know what street you got that language --"
  • (Stephen Colbert) "The urban street. The mean streets."
  • (Al Sharpton) "I'm sticking up for a lot of people that have felt that no one has stuck up for them, but I'm not trying to stick it to anyone."
  • (Stephen Colbert) "Not even the man?"
  • (Al Sharpton) "Who's the man?"
  • (Stephen Colbert) "Let's pretend for a moment that I'm the man. Now, stick it to me."
  • (Al Sharpton) "uh -- I'm not sticking it to anyone."
  • (Stephen Colbert) "Not even the man? He's very stickable."
  • (Al Sharpton) "I don't get thrilled by sticking it to you, I get thrilled by stopping you -- sticking it -- st -- you're sticking it to me."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Values like burning as much gas as you can so you can drive around an oval for hours."
  • (Contributor, 'Back in Black') "So, your incentive to get people to become Christian is that they shouldn't have sex? Well, I've got one thing to say about that: Baruch atah adonai."
  • (Stephen Colbert) "We won. Rebuilding is for losers. Time to party. And then it's off to Syria for the next invasion."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Are we invading Syria?"
  • (Stephen Colbert) "Am I still bound by the military's restrictions on embedded reporters?"
  • (Jon Stewart) "Yes."
  • (Stephen Colbert) "Then no."
  • (Jon Stewart) "He was probably thinking "I can say some really insane things and still beat John Kerry.""
  • (Unnamed) "We pass a law that says it's against the law to murder someone in the United States."
  • (Jon Stewart) "We-we don't have that law? I'll be right back."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Ha, ha. Hobo. I got to find me a hobo."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Ahhh. Hobo. How do you like that hobo?"
  • (Unnamed) "Hey, murder's already illegal."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Oh, insinuating voiceover lady, I think you need a piece of action from movie trailer man."
  • (Jon Stewart) "61% of graduating teens have had sex, 37% will eventually have sex, and 2% become statisticians."
  • (Unnamed) "The US Military has given Saddam Hussein a message, and tonight a military aircraft will be flying over Iraq, broadcasting that same message to the Iraqi people."
  • (Jon Stewart) "That message is: "Heads up.""
  • (Jon Stewart) "President Bush announced that we were landing on Mars today -- which means he's given up on Earth."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Even if the flag burning amendment does become law, the larger problem will remain of how to respectfully dispose of older, tattered flags. Well, fortunately the U.S. official Flag Code has a suggestion about this. "The flag, when it is in such a condition that it is no longer a fitting emblem of display, should be destroyed in a dignified way, preferably by burning." Owwwwcchh. In response, the House Republicans are calling for tattered flags to be kept alive via a feeding tube."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Over the past year, several infants have been forbidden to board planes because they shared their name with someone on a government no-fly list. Officials say confusion may stem from Madison being the most popular girl's name last year and number one for boys being Tariq Al Bin Muhammed."
  • (Stephen Colbert) "More and more pharmacists are refusing to fill birth control medication. For this guy, life begins when you first think about having sex."
  • (Jon Stewart) "How does Harry Potter stay on top?"
  • (Jon Stewart) "Magic."
  • (Ed Helms) ""Bastille". It's French for "Why are you stabbing me? I just released you from prison.""
  • (Jon Stewart) "The judgment marks a key victory for the recording industry, in its aggressive battle against poor high school students and fun."
  • (Stephen Colbert) "I think the right may be shocked to learn she once made an organic quince tart with a lactose free cremon glaze for a vegan banquet."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Why would that upset the right?"
  • (Stephen Colbert) "It's gay food, Jon. About as gay as it gets. Might as well just stick it up your butt."
  • (Contributor, 'Back in Black') "It's the most expensive hotel ever built. So how do they pay for it? By a three hour commercial otherwise known as The Today Show."
  • (Contributor, 'Back in Black') "Really? For three hours of free advertising on network television, they just let you in the casino? Wow."
  • (Jon Stewart) "If Monday night was fillet mignon, Tuesday night was "What else is in the fridge?""
  • (Rob Corddry) "Al Gore endorsing Howard Dean. It's pretty hard to see how Dean can recover from this."
  • (Unnamed) "At first I was hesitant about coming here. But since I have been here, I have realised that Israel is no more dangerous than New York City."
  • (Jon Stewart) "-- We have got to get the fuck out of New York City, man."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Where is Iran located? It's situated conveniently between Iraq and Afghanistan, meaning that --"
  • (Jon Stewart) "Hey. But what do we know about Iran? Well, its capital is Tehran. Its national language is Farsi. Its currency is the Rial. And its architecture is still standing. But what are they up to? Something."
  • (Ed Helms) "Jon, I'm being told Whittington's condition has now been upgraded from "stable" to "stable but still shot in the face by the vice president." It's good news really."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Now, Samantha, could you describe the attitude in Wesley Clark's campaign bus? I'd think it would be one of disappointment."
  • (Samantha Bee) "Well, Jon, if you can just assume my report, then I guess I don't have to be here in Arkansas."
  • (Jon Stewart) "I'm sorry, Samantha. Tell us, what was the mood in Clark's bus?"
  • (Samantha Bee) "Actually, disappointment was pretty apt."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Did you meet any Spanish people?"
  • (Willem Dafoe) "Oh, yeah, half of our crew was Spanish."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Name one."
  • (Willem Dafoe) "Jose."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Yes, drinking coffee from a syringe injected into Mark McGuire's ass."
  • (Jon Stewart) "If you become President, and you are gonna start a war with another country; you don't have to make this promise; would you announce it on our show? Would you do that for us?"
  • (John Edwards) "Well, I kept this stupid promise to be on your show and make the announcement --"
  • (Jon Stewart) "Before we bring democracy to Iraq or even Afghanistan, it might be prudent to bring it to Florida. We don't have to bring regime change to the whole state. We can start in Pensacola and work our way down."
  • (Rob Corddry) "Remember, the last person Al Gore endorsed was Al Gore. And you remember how well that went. Really, do you remember? I have no idea."
  • (Rob Corddry) "But the weather started getting rough. The giant ship was tossed. If it weren't for the bravery of the fearless crew -- actually, the Republic was lost."
  • (Stephen Colbert) "This just in, Jesus has quit."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Religion. It's given people hope in a world torn apart by religion."
  • (Jon Stewart) "However, the photos from the Iraq prison showed only the beatings. They didn't show the ensuing initation and keggers."
  • (Stephen Colbert) "It's French, bitch."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Stephen, could you describe the attitude of the democratic voters in New Hampshire?"
  • (Stephen Colbert) "Well, Jon, I'd say that they have an attitude of anger."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Anger toward President Bush?"
  • (Stephen Colbert) "No, Jon; toward me. Me and the other reporters."
  • (Jon Stewart) "It should be mentioned that the only other people the US has asked to leave Iraq are Saddam and his two sons."
  • (Jon Stewart) "So you're excited that you came in third in the race for third? That's like being excited about winning the bronze medal in the competition for bronze medals. I don't think they even call that bronze. That's probably zinc."
  • (Jon Stewart) "I'm joined now by our own vice-presidential firearms mishap analyst, Rob Corddry. Rob, obviously a very unfortunate situation. How is the vice president handling it?"
  • (Rob Corddry) "Tonight the vice president is standing by his decision to shoot Harry Wittington. According to the best intelligence available, there were quail hidden in the brush. Everyone believed at the time there were quail in the brush. And while the quail turned out to be a 78-year-old man, even knowing that today, Mr. Cheney insists he still would have shot Mr. Whittington in the face. He believes the world is a better place for his spreading buckshot throughout the entire region of Mr. Whittington's face."
  • (Jon Stewart) "But why, Rob? If he had known Mr. Whittington was not a bird, why would he still have shot him?"
  • (Rob Corddry) "In a post-9/11 world, the American people expect their leaders to be decisive. To not have shot his friend in the face would have sent a message to the quail that America is weak."
  • (Jon Stewart) "What do those drugs do, Rob?"
  • (Rob Corddry) "Ask your doctor."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Seriously, what do they do?"
  • (Rob Corddry) "Seriously, Jon, ask your doctor. I don't know. See, if a pharmaceutical company advertises a prescription drug but doesn't say what it does, the FDA doesn't make them list the side effects. That's why the TV spots for the drugs I just mentioned don't give the foggiest indication for what those pills do other than that they seem to help old people ride tandem bicycles."
  • (Host) "Name three words that best describe you."
  • (Unnamed) "Ohhh --. ummm -- uhhh --"
  • (Host) "I think we can accept that."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Well, there you have it. We now officially live in the Matrix."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Hey, everybody. The guy who wants to be Attorney General believes in laws. I wonder what the Secretary of Commerce thinks about capitalism."
  • (Stephen Colbert) "What kind of madman refuses to produce evidence that he doesn't have what he said he didn't? Saddam had to be taken out or who knows what else he might not have done? It's imaginable."
  • (Jon Stewart) "So basically, if you want to make sense of the Bush Administration's foreign policy, this is the tone we take with a country whose leader is openly hostile to the United States and who has admitted having an active nuclear program."
  • (Unnamed) "If Iran's leaders reject our offer, it will result in action before the Security Council."
  • (Jon Stewart) "This is the tone we take with a country whose leader is openly hostile to the United States and who we think might have been trying to reconstitute a nuclear program."
  • (Unnamed) "America will not accept a serious and mounting threat to our country and our friends and our allies."
  • (Jon Stewart) "And this is how we deal with a guy who we know has a nuclear weapon and a missle that could hit California."
  • (Unnamed) "Hey, everybody."
  • (Jon Stewart) ""Hey, everybody. North Korea's going to launch a nuclear missile. Hey, Mom.""
  • (Bill O'Reilly) "But I think that coerced interrogation -- the Bagram guys tell me it works, it's just a matter of degree."
  • (Jon Stewart) "That's Bill O'Reilly giving lectures on torture to John "five years of drinking my own urine in a bamboo cage" McCain."
  • (Contributor, 'Back in Black') "Hey, idiot. There's no crying in baseball testimony."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Oh, oil. Giver of power, corrupter of governments, non-sticker of surfaces -- must you taunt us with your slick, non-renewable goodness?"
  • (Contributor, 'Back in Black') "Now I can read lips, and the name of the defendant is Motherfucker."
  • (Jon Stewart) "One more thing, and you don't have to answer it if you don't want to. Is it true that every time I buy a bottle of ketchup, your wife gets a nickel?"
  • (Jon Stewart) "Let's see, what did I do on Friday? Mmmm, got a haircut, mmmm, called a guy a dick on national television."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Does he know who I am?"
  • (Colin Powell) "Jon -- No."
  • (Jon Stewart) "Apparently at around two o'clock the technicians in the power stations were alerted to a problem in the power grid when the lights went out -- up and down the eastern seaboard."
  • (Contributor, 'Back in Black') "Here's the message I'm getting from this commercial: "We had to take out Sadam Hussein because, as the Communist leader of Germany, he blew up the World Trade Center, and that's why we went to Vietnam. Vote for Reagan.""
  • (Unnamed) "More Americans get their news from The Daily Show than any other nationality."
  • (Ralph Nader) "Who wants more -- garlic -- on their fried eggs?"
  • (Jon Stewart) "If the guy in front of you at the polls has arm swords, you might want to considering filling out an absentee ballot."
  • (Rob Corddry) "Think about it, Jon; the terrorists are expecting us to hold our elections on Election Day. If we did that, we'd be playing right into their hands."
  • (Samantha Bee) "Lieberman is eager to campaign down South where, and this is a direct quote, "A soft-spoken New England Jew has the advantage.""
  • (Ed Helms) "July 14 is Bastille Day, when the people of France released the prisoners being held in the Bastille. Not just the political prisoners, mind you; all the prisoners."
  • (Unnamed) "Need a hug? Then call now for free tickets to a taping of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. And good luck with that hug."

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