American Soldier (addressing the Iraqi Parliament): Enjoy your vacation, we'll be here holding down the fort. Because this is an actual fricking fort.
Jon Stewart: The legendary matinee idol who swashbuckled his way into America's heart, Barack Obama!
Jon Stewart (on sending weapons worth 20 billion dollars to Saudi Arabia): Trust me, you don't have to worry about billions of dollars in weapons being sent to a country like that. 'Cause may I remind you: A full 20 per cent of the 911 hijackers were not from there!
(Operation Fluffy Bunny is now called Operation Macho Kick-Ass)
Jon Stewart: What happened to Fluffy Bunny?
Rob Riggle: Don't ask, don't tell, Jon.
Jon Stewart: Oh billions of dollars, is there no dispute you can't settle?
Moment of Zen: Rob Riggle chillin' on a plane flying over Iraq.
Music: Brick House by the Commodores.
Rob Riggle: This place has a real Risky Business vibe. Soldiers are blasting Bob Segar, dancing in their underwear.
One of the best-known scenes from the 1983 movie Risky Business involves a young Tom Cruise dancing to the Bob Segar song Old Time Rock 'n' Roll in his underwear while his parents are out of town.
Jon Stewart (referring to the choice of music): We weren't sure whether to use that or Super Freak.
Super Freak is by Rick James and is probably his best known song.
The Iraqi boy band 113 Degrees is a parody of the American boy band 98 Degrees.
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