The BEST episodes of The Daily Show
Every episode of The Daily Show ever, ranked from best to worst by thousands of votes from fans of the show. The best episodes of The Daily Show!
Forget trying to keep pace with 24 hour news networks; the best fake news show in the world will provide you with all the news you can handle. The Daily Show is a comedic view of recent news headlines and political figures through a series of satirical monologues along with segments by correspondents and finally interviews with guest celebrities and political figures. The Daily Show with Trevor Noah is filmed at 733 11th Avenue, New York, NY.
#2 - Sen. Joe Biden
Season 9 - Episode 94 - Aired 7/28/2004
Daily Show coverage of Day 2 of the Democratic National Convention. Highlights include: Speeches by Barack Obama, Ted Kennedy, and Howard Dean Stephen Colbert uses to word "turd" 8 times Interview with Senator Joe Biden
#7 - Ray LaHood
Season 14 - Episode 160 - Aired 12/15/2009
#9 - Engelbert Humperdinck
Season 1 - Episode 10 - Aired 8/6/1996
#11 - Indecision 2004: Prelude to a Recount
Season 9 - Episode 140 - Aired 11/2/2004
Prelude to a Recount: one-hour live election special airs at 10 PM with guest William Weld.
#17 - Gov. Bill Richardson
Season 9 - Episode 93 - Aired 7/27/2004
Daily Show coverage of Day 1 of the Democratic National Convention. Highlights include: Speeches by Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton Rob Corddry sobbing like a little girl Interview with New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson
#18 - Coverage of the Democratic National Convention
Season 9 - Episode 96 - Aired 7/30/2004
Daily Show coverage of Day 4 of the Democratic National Convention. Highlights include: Stephen Colbert covers John Kerry's acceptance speech Rob Corddry sobbing like a little girl, again Lewis Black is his segment called "Back in Black"
#20 - The Bush-Kerry Debate: The Squabble in Coral Gables
Season 9 - Episode 126 - Aired 9/30/2004
Live debate update.
#25 - Thomas Mann & Norman Ornstein
Season 17 - Episode 107 - Aired 6/4/2012
John Oliver reports from the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, the Obama administration plays "Polish That Turd," and Norman Ornstein and Thomas Mann discuss government dysfunction.