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AIRED ON 1/22/2015
Season 20 : Episode 52
AIRS ON 1/26/2015
Season 20 : Episode 53
NEXT EPISODE AIRS 1/26/2015 AT 11PM ON Comedy Central
Tonight's guest actress Jennifer Aniston promotes her new movie "Cake".
On tonight's show: President's State of the Union address and republican response to it.
Tonight's guest actress Anne Hathaway promotes her new movie "Song One".
On tonight's show: several republicans considering running for president, Aasif Mandvi reports on the threat of Sharia law in Alabama.
Tonight's guest singer and actress Jennifer Lopez promotes her new movie "The Boy Next Door".
On tonight's show: 6 million people show up to see the Pope in Manila, President Obama and Prime Minister of UK David Cameron discuss "serious" issues, Secretary of State John Kerry visits France, Miss Israel's selfie with Miss Lebanon also in the picture is causing controversy in the Middle East.
Tonight's guest former governor of Arkansas Mike Huckabee promotes his new book "God, Guns, Grits, and Gravy".moreless
On tonight's show: more on the debate over the Keystone XL pipeline, Jessica Williams reports on Alabama's unique law regarding the right to a legal representation.
Tonight's guest actress Sienna Miller promotes her new movie "American Sniper".
On tonight's show: a comedian is arrested in France despite the country's stance on free speech, police in the Philippines are forced to wear diapers for Pope Francis' visit.
Tonight's guest actress Julianne Moore promotes her new movie "Still Alice".
On tonight's show: Florida legalizes same-sex marriage, a store owner in Florida was charged of beating his employees with a lizard.
Tonight's guest senator Marco Rubio talks about his new book "American dreams: Restoring economic opportunity for everyone".
On tonight's show: people march for freedom of speech in France, Rupert Murdoch's controversal anti-muslim tweet.
Tonight's guest former president of U.S.A Jimmy Carter talks about the exhibition "Countdown to Zero".
On tonight's show: Mitch McConnell brags about republicans, war with Afghanistan is over or is it?, crime rate has decreased in New York City.
Tonight's guest Allison Williams promotes the upcoming season of tv series "Girls".
On tonight's show: terrorist attacks in Paris, Great Britain has a problem with Nazi cows, Hasan Minhaj reports on how Salt Lake City deals with homelessness.
Tonight's guest director Ava DuVernay promotes her new movie "Selma".
On tonight's show: Congress back from the holiday, Staten Island representative Michael Grimm resigns from office.
Tonight's guest professor Cass Sunstein promotes his new book "Wiser: Getting Beyond Groupthink to Make Groups Smarter".
On tonight's show: 2016 elections, North Korea gets upset over "The Interview" and USA sets sanctions.
Tonight's guest writer Steven Brill promotes his new book "America's Bitter Pill: Money, Politics, Backroom Deals, and the Fight to Fix Our Broken Healthcare System".
On tonight's show: Sony's decision not to release "The Interview, the U.S. decides to normalize relations with Cuba, Jordan Klepper reports from the SantaCon.
Tonight's guest actor Chris Rock promotes his new movie "Top Five".
On tonight's show: the police brutality protests continue, Jessica Williams steps up for Jay-Z.
Tonight's guest actress Anna Kendrick promotes her new movie "Into the Woods".
On tonight's show: Congress passes a budget bill, suggestive South Dakotan PSA.
Tonight's guest musician Paul McCartney promotes his new single "Hope for the Future".
On tonight's show: defenders of the CIA's torture program speak out, Jordan Klepper interviews the prime minister of Sweden Stefan Lofven.
Tonight's guest filmmaker Tim Burton promotes his new movie "Big Eyes".
On tonight's show: Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit New York City, teenagers are being recruited by ISIS.
Tonight's guest retired professional wrestler Mick Foley talks about his involvement in the documentary "I Am Santa Claus".
On tonight's show: aftermath of the CIA's torture report.
Tonight's guest Suki Kim promotes her memoir "Without You, There Is No Us: My Time with the Sons of North Korea's Elite".
On tonight's show: CIA torture report is released by the Senate, Jordan Klepper reports on a discriminatory restaurant.
Today's guests are Kathryn Bigelow and Juan Zarate who promote their PSA "Last Days".
On tonight's show: Congress works together to strip Nazis of their Social Security benefits, Jon Stewart apologises for making a mistake.
Tonight's guest writer and producer Norman Lear promotes his memoir "Even This I Get to Experience".
On tonight's show: media tries to justify the Eric Garner grand jury decision, Trevor Noah joins the team.
Tonight's guest actress and director Angelina Jolie promotes her new movie "Unbroken".
On tonight's show: the NYPD officer who caused the death Eric Garner is not charged, senate's choice for the new ambassadors of Hungary and Argentina is being criticised, Samantha Bee reports on pinkwashing.
Tonight's guest the Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl promotes Foo Fighters new album "Sonic Highways" and the companion HBO series, "Foo Fighters: Sonic Highways".moreless
On tonight's show: St. Louis Rams clash with local police, Larry Wilmore talks about racism, China bans puns.
Tonight's guest executive director of Doctors Without Borders Sophie Delaunay talks about the program.
On tonight's show: civil rights protests all around US, governor Chris Christie vetoes a bill to ban pig gestation crates.
Tonight's guest current senior judicial analyst for Fox News Channel judge Andrew Napolitano promotes his new book "Suicide Pact".
On tonight's show: Keystone XL pipeline bill doesn't pass, eminent domain law abuse.
Tonight's guest actor Eddie Redmayne promotes his new movie "The Theory of Everything".
On tonight's show: Chris Christie's pig problem, Lewis Black discusses the expansion of Black Friday in "Back in Black with Lewis Black".
Tonight's guest actress Jessica Chastain promotes her new movie "Interstellar".
On tonight's show: Obamacare under fire again, house minority leader Nancy Pelosi and her political ruthlessness.
Tonight's guest actor Benedict Cumberbatch promotes his new movie "The Imitation Game".
On tonight's show: President Obama fights Republicans against immigration law, Jessica Williams reports on Detroit's water shutoffs.
Tonight's guest documentarian Laura Poitras promotes her newest film "Citizenfour".President Obama considers an executive order on immigration
John Oliver takes over the host seat from Jon.
Tonight's show is all about the movie "Rosewater": Jason Jones and Tim Greenberg talk about what started it all, journalist Maziar Bahari talks about his experiences that inspired his book and this film, and actor Gael Garcia Bernal talks about making of the movie.moreless
On tonight's show: APEC summit, the poaching of elephants are having devastating results, Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges is being accused of flashing a gang sign by the police.
Tonight's guest actor Steve Carell promotes his new movie "Foxcatcher".
On tonight's show: Ebola-free New York City, APEC summit in China.
Tonight's guest is U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations ambassador Samantha Power.
On tonight's show: USA troops in Iraq, Jordan Klepper reports on the police sensitivity training.
Tonight's guests Bruce Springsteen and Frank Caruso promote their book "Outlaw Pete."
On tonight's guest: President Barack Obama and Republicans doesn't get along, Democrats avoid making legislative decisions.
Tonight's guest journalist James Risen promotes his new book "Pay Any Price: Greed, Power, and Endless War".
On tonight's show: GOB wins midterm elections.
Tonight's guest actor John Cleese promotes his memoir "So Anyway...".
On tonight's show: victory for republicans in the midterms, Daily Show election coverage from various campaign headquarters.
Tonight's guest chairman of the Republican National Committee Reince Priebus talks about midterm election results.
On tonight's show: republicans lead on midterm elections, Connecticut gubernatorial candidate Tom Foley defends his boat's name.
Tonight's guest actor Jake Gyllenhaal promotes his new movie "Nightcrawler".
On tonight's show: democrats think Texas is going blue, Samantha Bee investigates the weirdness of Austin, Texas.
Tonight's guest rock band Spoon promotes its new album "They Want My Soul". The band performs two songs from that album "Inside Out" and "Do You". Exclusive performance of the song "Rent I Pay" .
On tonight's show: coverage of the immigration crisis in Texas, Koch Brothers' advertisement gets a makeover.
Tonight's guest actor Ellar Coltrane promotes his movie "Boyhood".
On tonight's show: democrats are struggling in the midterms and Jason Jones reports on the political issues of Texas.
Tonight's guest democratic congressman Joaquin Castro talks about politics.
On tonight's show: all about Ebola.
Tonight's guest Texas State Senator Wendy Davis promotes her book "Forgetting to Be Afraid: A Memoir" and talks about politics.
On tonight's show: Governer Rick Scott refuses to appear on the governor's debate with Florida gubernatorial candidate Charlie Crist, Jessica Williams reports on the failure of Kansas's conservative utopia.
Tonight's guest professor at the New York University School of Law Bryan Stevenson promotes his new book "Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption".moreless
On tonight's show: midterm election debates, war against ISIS hits a few snags.
Tonight's guest Fox News Host Bill O'Reilly talks about his new book "Killing Patton: The Strange Death of World War II's Most Audacious General".
On tonight's show: media goes nuts when a health worker in Texas contracts Ebola, Staten Island's midterm election.
Tonight's guest comedian Zach Galifianakis promotes his new movie "Birdman".
On tonight's show: money in politics, Jessica Williams on modern-day exorcisms.
Tonight's guest political columnist at Yahoo News Matt Bai talks about his new book "All the Truth Is Out: The Week Politics Went Tabloid".
On tonight's show: the arrogance of former AIG Chairman and CEO Hank Greenberg, republicans are trying to get LGBT vote.
Tonight's guest actor Jeremy Renner promotes his new movie"Kill the Messenger".
On tonight's show: ISIS is still advancing, Kristen Schaal reports on the republicans adds to lure female voters to GOP.
Tonight's guest former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta promotes his book "Worthy Fights: A Memoir of Leadership in War and Peace".
Tonight's host: Jason Jones
On tonight's show: Joe Biden's tongue flops, Samantha Bee investigates some missing data about police's use of force.
Tonight's guest former Daily Show correspondent Wyatt Cenac promotes his new stand-up comedy special "Wyatt Cenac: Brooklyn".
On tonight's show: Umbrella Revolution, Kim Jong-un and his mysterious disease, Jordan Klepper reports from the General Assembly of the United Nations.
Tonight's guest surgeon Atul Gawande promotes his book "Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End".
On tonight's show: conservatives are panicking over ISIS and Ebola, but not about actual things that kill Americans, Jessica Williams explores if sexism still exists.
Tonight's guest documentarian Ben Steele talks about his new documentary "Hunted: The War Against Gays in Russia".
On tonight's show: Secret Service fails big time, Ebola reaches USA and media goes nuts.
Tonight's guest actress Lena Dunham promotes her memoir "Not That Kind of Girl: A Young Woman Tells You What She's 'Learned'".
On tonight's show: Iowa US Senate debate, worst Congress in history, election campaign ads, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi draws in big crowds while visiting the US.
Tonight's guest actor Ben Affleck promotes his new movies "Gone Girl" and "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice".
On tonight's show: discussing the war on ISIS and global leaders attend the U.N. Climate Summit.
Tonight's guest president of the National Coalition of Syrian Revolution and Opposition Forces Hadi al-Bahra talks about the Syrian National Coalition's opposition movement.