Jon Stewart: Hugo Chavez, bit of a thorn in America's side, a pebble in our shoe, a severed finger in our taco grande if you will.
Rob Riggle: There's some tents, and some tanks, and it's hot as hell. It's a dry hell, though.
Jon Stewart: (about the Operation Silent Thunder introduction) That's our budget for the next three months.
Jon Stewart: David Petraus is scheduled to deliver his long awaited report on the Iraq surge. Will he say it's a success, thus vindicating the White House, or will he say it's a failure, which somehow will also vindicate the White House?
(Two 'Senior Baghdad Correspondents' arguing about who is really reporting live from Iraq)
Rob Riggle: Jon, I'm actually in Iraq, alright. This is a real flak jacket, okay? This is... this is real Iraqi gravel and sand!
Aasif Mandvi: Right, right, right. If you were really in Iraq, where would you get a functioning flak jacket?
Jon Stewart: In South America, isn't the coup a midterm?
Jon Stewart: The story of the campaign is that Obama is too hot. Hillary is too cold. Whose porridge is just right?
Music: Light My Fire by the Doors.
How Bizarre by OMC.
Moment of Zen: Rob Riggle at the Kuwait airport shaking hands with a lifesize plastic Ronald McDonald.
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