Jon Stewart: Thundering Cameltoe?
Rob Riggle: We're starting to let the Iraqis come up with the names. That one loses something in the translation. In Arabic, though, it's very scary.
Lt. Col. J. Nagl: If I could sum up the book Counterinsurgency Field Manual in just a few words it would be: Be polite, be professional, be prepared to kill. So one of the... audience laughs
Jon Stewart: Yeah, I mean no it's ...you are right...
Lt. Col. J. Nagl: You live in New York it's a good rule for here too.
Jon Stewart: You've been on the subway!
Jon Stewart: How much of that insurgency is Al Qaida and how much Sunni, how much is it...
Lt. Col. Nagl: Oh, that's classified Jon! I could tell you but...
Jon Stewart: Giggles No, no, no you've got to tell me.
Lt. Col. Nagl: No.. ., I've got to tell you?
Jon Stewart: Yeah.
Lt. Col. Nagl: Makes a very serious face Hmm, 7.3%.
Jon Stewart: Are you kidding?
Lt. Col. Nagl: Yes.
Jon Stewart: Burst out laughing You know you really don't expect a sense of humor coming out of you, I got to say! And when you get it, it's very effective.
Moment of Zen: Clip of President Bush talking about how amused he is by the differences between reality and what some people talk on the news about, finding the distinctions quite comical.
The caption "Magical History Tour" is a play on the 1967 Beatles album Magical Mystery Tour.
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