Theoretical physicist and author Michio Kaku discusses his latest book "The Future of the Mind: The Scientific Quest to Understand, Enhance, and Empower the Mind."
Watch with Prime starting 3/12. Former U.S. Senator Jim DeMint discusses his new book "Falling in Love with America Again."
Seth MacFarlane stops by the show to talk about "A Million Ways to Die in the West."
Actor Liam Neeson chats with Jon about his upcoming movie "Non-Stop."
Author Hooman Majd sits down with Jon to discuss his book "The Ministry of Guidance Invites You to Not Stay: An American Family in Iran."
Journalist Ronan Farrow discusses his new MSNBC show "Ronan Farrow Daily."
Featuring the extended, unedited interview! - Jon welcomes David O. Russell, director and screenwriter of the Academy Award-nominated film "American Hustle" to the show.
Actor Kevin Spacey stops by to talk about the second season of "House of Cards."
Actor Joel Kinnaman visits the show and talks about his upcoming movie "RoboCop."
Author Elizabeth Kolbert discusses her book "The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History."
Actor Ty Burrell stops by the show to talk about his upcoming role in "Mr. Peabody & Sherman."
Featuring the extended, unedited interview! - Journalist and author Robyn Doolittle discusses her book "Crazy Town: The Rob Ford Story."
Actor George Clooney chats with Jon about his latest film "The Monuments Men."
Actress Elizabeth Banks stops by to discuss her upcoming role in "The Lego Movie."
Featuring the extended, unedited interview! - Jon welcomes mayor of New York Bill de Blasio to the show.
Moderator David Remnick (editor, The New Yorker) asks how the show is put together each day.
Jason Jones remembers the good old days of drunken nuclear hooliganism between the United States and Soviet Union.
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.
Subway removes a controversial chemical from its bread, Kraft introduces a "natural mold inhibitor," and Hot Pockets warns of recalled beef.
Correspondent Stephen Colbert talks about his last solo project "Stephen Colbert, Again a Look Back" and the good chance he will do another.
Seth MacFarlane reflects on getting bored in Santa Fe and deciding to novelize his western "A Million Ways to Die in the West."
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.
An audience member asks about what happens during the 10am to 11:30am time period. "Daily Show" writers D.J. Javerbaum, J.R. Havlan, Rory Albanese, and Jason Ross talk about the final push to complete the script at 11:30am.
Moderator David Remnick (editor, The New Yorker) asks if they will miss George W. Bush as a target for their jokes.
"House of Cards" star Kevin Spacey reflects on working with Netflix, and weighs in on the efficacy of politically-motivated murder.
Writer Madeleine Smithberg and correspondent Stephen Colbert discuss how they pull off reporting news without a background in the field. Stephen explains how easy it can be.
Moderator David Remnick (editor, The New Yorker) asks about the visit to Florida to watch the Presidential Debates with senior citizens.
An audience member asks if "Daily Show" correspondent John Oliver is really the GEICO "gecko". An audience member asks why the show does not go after Rush Limbaugh and "Daily Show" writers Steve Bodow, D.J. Javerbaum, J.R. Havlan, and Rob Kutner respond.
Moderator David Remnick (editor, The New Yorker) asks about the process of working with Jon Stewart. "Daily Show" writers Rory Albanese, Steve Bodow, D.J. Javerbaum, and Rob Kutner talk about Jon Stewart's role in shaping the sensibility of the show.
Sportscaster Bob Costas learns the dangers of washing one's face with toxic Russian water.
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