Moderator David Remnick (editor, The New Yorker) asks how the show is put together each day.
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.
"Game of Thrones" star Peter Dinklage shares his favorite fan reactions to the Red Wedding scene and discusses having amazing hair in "X-Men: Days of Future Past."
George W. Bush emerges from the shadows and returns to public life to debut his collection of fine art paintings.
William D. Cohan delves into the Duke lacrosse scandal and the corrupting influence of wealth and power on the justice system in "The Price of Silence."
Kathryn Bigelow and Juan Zarate discuss their PSA "Last Days," which examines the illegal ivory trade that is endangering elephants and funding terrorists.
The Senate Select Committee on Intelligence releases its report on the CIA's secret interrogation program, and the findings are gag-worthy.
Host Jon Stewart talks about his thoughts on staying with the "Daily Show" or moving on. He says that he likes the show and whatever happens, happens.
Host Jon Stewart explains how personal beliefs fuel the show and are infused with comedy. Stephen Colbert discusses how the show would have no feeling if they weren't using their own beliefs.
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.
Jennifer Garner reminisces about her early acting days with Stephen Colbert and shares some of Kevin Costner's leisure activities on the set of "Draft Day."
Correspondent Stephen Colbert talks about his last solo project "Stephen Colbert, Again a Look Back" and the good chance he will do another.
Correspondents Steve Carell and Stephen Colbert speak about improvisation being a major key to this kind of acting and that they had a background in comedy and improvisation.
"Good Morning America" anchor Robin Roberts recalls drawing on her parents' wisdom to overcome breast cancer in "Everybody's Got Something."
Baseball star Mookie Wilson describes the camaraderie of the New York Mets during their legendary '86 win in his eponymous book "Mookie."
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