Host Jon Stewart discusses how the show aims to be funny and satisfying through many means. He praises his writers and producers for coming up with the substance.
Kevin Roose reflects on the surprisingly morose atmosphere surrounding Wall Street's post-crash recruits in his book "Young Money."
President Reagan would never kowtow to the beteated ruler of the Caucasus.
Jason Jones questions Russian citizens about gay rights and finds their opinions compare favorably with American views -- of 40 years ago.
"Non-Stop" star Liam Neeson questions the American appreciation for tea, and defends New York City's horse and carriage industry.
MSNBC host Rachel Maddow shares her motivations for delving back into the sordid past of the Iraq War in the documentary "Why We Did It."
"American Hustle" director David O. Russell describes finding his voice and working with his friends Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper.
In a supposedly post-racist America, correspondent Jessica Williams attempts to determine why dogs and computers have suddenly become racist.
"Falling in Love with America Again" author and former South Carolina senator Jon DeMint discusses the need for political action at the local level.
"The Sixth Extinction" author Elizabeth Kolbert describes the habits of Earth's most invasive species.
Jessica Williams discusses the Jordan Davis shooting, and shares the real lessons of Black History Month.
Senator Carl Levin stages an intervention for American drone policy, but the Obama administration refuses to admit it has a problem.
Jason Jones files his final report from Sochi-ish, and learns the most important Russian lesson of all.
Moderator David Remnick (editor, The New Yorker) asks "Daily Show" writers Rory Albanese, D.J. Javerbaum, J.R. Havlan, Steve Bodow, and Jason Ross how they will satirize Barack Obama.
Seth MacFarlane reflects on getting bored in Santa Fe and deciding to novelize his western "A Million Ways to Die in the West."
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