Jon Stewart and CNBC’s Jim Cramer go face to face in the studio.
Bruce Springsteen joins fellow Jersey boy Jon Stewart to perform a song from his latest album “Working on a Dream.”
Jon Stewart and his intrepid team of correspondents spanned the globe in 2008 to bring you the most irreverently relevant commentary on television. Now the year's best moments are available in this exclusive collection.
Cleveland Cavaliers star forward, LeBron James sits down with Jon to talk about his new book, "Shooting Stars."
Newsweek reporter Maziar Bahari talks about his four-month-long imprisonment in Iran.
Actress Maggie Gyllenhaal tells Jon about her role in the upcoming and much-anticipated film, "The Dark Knight."
Sen. Evan Bayh joins Jon as he hosts from the Democratic National Convention in Denver.
Michelle Obama gives Jon an insider's view of her husband's presidential campaign.
Author Amity Shlaes discusses her new book about the Great Depression entitled "The Forgotten Man."
Comedian Richard Lewis gives Jon his take on election-year politics.
NBC News Special Correspondent Tom Brokaw reflects on a pivotal decade in our nation's history with his book, "Boom! Talking About the Sixties."
Rachel Maddow, host of the eponymous MSNBC talk show "The Rachel Maddow Show," brings her signature wit to the New Year's headlines.
Jon welcomes former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, who outlines a strategy to end the Middle Eastern conflicts in "We Can Have Peace In the Holy Land: A Plan That Will Work."
Former National Economic Council Director Lawrence Lindsey gives Jon his two cents on Obama's stimulus plan.
Ricky Gervais stops by to talk with Jon about his newest stand-up special, "Ricky Gervais: Out of England."
Stewart praised Governors Cuomo and Christie and NYC mayor Bloomberg for excelling at their jobs during the crisis while setting their political affiliations aside.
An audience member asks for advice from the panel on how to be a comedy writer or performer.
Correspondent Stephen Colbert talks about how the show has moved toward a more cohesive formula with more of an overarching theme and Host Jon Stewart explains how the show tries to go outside the norm.
Find out why Jon Stewart finds Neil deGrasse Tyson's description of the possibility of life on other planets to be so sexy.
Senior Legal Analyst Aasif Mandvi explains how political representation in America is relative to net worth.
George W. Bush emerges from the shadows and returns to public life to debut his collection of fine art paintings.
Correspondent Stephen Colbert discusses how the show's fame has made it almost impossible to trick the interviewees anymore. He relates a story of an unsuspecting guest who thought orange juice was turning people gay.
Colin Firth describes the pressure of being trusted with the intimate portrayal of a surviving war crime victim in "The Railway Man."
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."
Daily Show correspondent John Oliver says he was aware of the historical moment when he went to the Democratic Convention to cover Obama's speech. "Daily Show" writer D.J. Javerbaum explains how the piece was put together.
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.
Is Jon Stewart open to being O'Reilly's vice president?
Correspondent Steve Carell credits the research department for their stories and tells the story of a Mayor banning Satan from her town.
Correspondent Stephen Colbert reveals how he got cast for the show. Writer Madeleine Smithberg remembers the audition tape he sent with fellow actor Steve Carell.
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