The Best Episodes of The Daily Show
Last Updated: Jan 17, 2019
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#1 - Al Franken
Season 3 - Episode 43
#2 - Steve Guttenberg
Season 2 - Episode 12
#3 - Vivica A. Fox
Season 3 - Episode 42
#4 - Trey Parker & Matt Stone
Season 16 - Episode 36
'South Park,' creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone.
#5 - The Comeback Episode
Season 6 - Episode 111
The Daily Show returns to the air from the New York studio in their first episode after the tragedy of September 11th, 2001.
#6 - Engelbert Humperdinck
Season 1 - Episode 10
#7 - Neil deGrasse Tyson
Season 17 - Episode 64
Rick Santorum gets queasy over John F. Kennedy's religious tolerance speech, the Pope joins the Twitterverse, and Neil deGrasse Tyson advocates U.S. space exploration.
#8 - Louis C.K.
Season 17 - Episode 123
Mitt Romney retires retroactively, John Oliver reports from New Jersey on the Viacom-DirecTV dispute, and Louis C.K. clarifies his controversial Twitter comments.
#9 - Admiral General Aladeen
Season 17 - Episode 100
Elections in Europe spell bad news for incumbents, Al Madrigal gauges young voters' enthusiasm for Obama, and Admiral General Aladeen assures Jon that his family is safe.
#10 - Zach Wahls
Season 17 - Episode 96
Republicans and Democrats debate discretionary social spending, Mike & Ike stage a gay divorce, and Zach Wahls shares lessons learned from his two moms.
#11 - Robert Caro
Season 17 - Episode 103
Fox News evolves on the issue of same-sex marriage, Jason Jones reports from George Clooney's fundraiser, and Robert Caro discusses Lyndon Johnson's passage to power.
#13 - Sen. Joe Biden
Season 9 - Episode 94
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
#14 - Indecision 2004: Prelude to a Recount
Season 9 - Episode 140
Prelude to a Recount: one-hour live election special airs at 10 PM with guest William Weld.
#15 - Frank Rich
Season 6 - Episode 112
#16 - Robin Williams
Season 15 - Episode 42
Sarah Palin tries to save John McCain, and Robin Williams discusses his new cow valve.
#17 - Ellen DeGeneres
Season 5 - Episode 29
#18 - Maria Goodavage
Season 17 - Episode 77
MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell gets jilted; Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney deal with "gotcha" media; Sam Bee visits Park Slope, Brooklyn; and Maria Goodavage talks military dogs.
#19 - E.J. Dionne
Season 17 - Episode 126
An investigation reveals HSBC laundered money for Mexican drug cartels, Michele Bachmann floats a conspiracy theory, and E.J. Dionne talks "Our Divided Political Heart."
#20 - Madeleine Albright
Season 17 - Episode 93
The Secret Service prostitution scandal widens, The Best F#@king News Team Ever fights voter apathy, and Madeleine Albright shares personal history.
#21 - Aaron Eckhart
Season 16 - Episode 35
From 'Battle: Los Angeles,' actor Aaron Eckhart.
#22 - GOP Convention 2012: Friday
Season 17 - Episode 146
Clint Eastwood speaks to an empty chair, Mitt Romney recalls America's idyllic past, and the Best F#@king News Team Ever say goodbye to the Republican National Convention.
#23 - Jon Stewart's Final Episode
Season 20 - Episode 142
On Jon's last episode of The Daily Show, he revisits The Best F#@king News Team Ever, gets a send-off from his top political targets and says goodbye after 16 years as host.
#24 - Ricky Gervais
Season 17 - Episode 86
The Best F#@king News Team Ever reports from the Gingrich, Romney and Obama camps; Al Madrigal investigates "personhood" in Oklahoma; and Ricky Gervais talks Karl Pilkington.
#25 - Alan Huffman & Michael Rejebian
Season 17 - Episode 60
Congress debates birth control coverage, Aasif Mandvi investigates Time Warner's Knicks blackout, and Alan Huffman and Michael Rejebian uncover candidate scandals.