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the most believable news show on T.V
i don't believe anything untill its on the daily show
από jesus 30 Ιούνιος 2004
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The greatest television satire on American politics and the mass media.
The Daily Show is a very witty and informative show. Go buy the book!
από 0M3N 27 Σεπτέμβριος 2004
The CNN of the independent minded.
While the Daily Show only flirts with integrity, CNN doesn't even have the courage to introduce itself.
από Subaru 2 Φεβρουάριος 2004
a truly awsome show. I agree with what everyone else has posted on this, cept for this guy. I just had to say this lol...

"Some people, also known as "major contributors to the downfall of America", actually use it as their only source of news. No, you stupid faggots, it is not the only reliable news source, because it is on fucking Comedy Central. Jesus Christ, even Jon Stewart knows this."

"its limp-wristed commie fanboys should all be kicked in the nuts"

I guess us fans are now communists, and homosexuals. What next? terrorists!? Better yet, "major contributors to the downfall of America" Dude, if ANYONE is contributing to the 'downfall of America', its you.

The only thing that could top off this post was his name: o_rly_factor

Of COURSE the guy who puts down a good quality show and its fans, loves a show where the host is an arrogant asshole who doesnt know anything about hosting a good intellectual debate, but only badgering the guests that disagree with him.
"Even great things like The Daily Show can be ruined by morons." YEAH, BY MORONS LIKE YOURSELF!
από mitchapalooza 10 Οκτώβριος 2005
Known for its comedic genius, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart is actually the most watched "news" program by undecided voters
It's only a half-hour long, but it's hilarious as heck!
από RHS Student 10 Οκτώβριος 2004
The last vestige of the "liberal media (truth)" that Republicans bitch about so much.
The Daily Show is the shit.
από Genesis 13 Σεπτέμβριος 2004
An American satire news show that airs Mon-Thurs at 11/10c on Comedy Central. Features Jon Stewart as the anchorman, with a full correspondant team, including people such as John Oliver and, formerly, Stephen Colbert.

It was a lot more entertaining in the days of Colbert, even though Colbert wasn't that funny. Since The Colbert Report began to air right after, the writers for the shows have brought the writing down to one liberal (TDS) theme and one conservative (TCR) theme. I could personally do without all the bias on both shows, but, since the split, TDS has lacked personality, merely coming down to almost the liberal version of Glenn Beck.
I watch the Daily Show and the Colbert Report every night, to get both sides, and a good laugh in between.
από Junatokni6815 17 Δεκέμβριος 2010

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