The Daily Show with Jon Stewart

Season 12 Episode 46

Walter Isaacson

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Aired Weekdays 11:00 PM Apr 10, 2007 on Comedy Central
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Tonight, journalist and author of Einstein: His Life and Universe, Walter Isaacson.

Jon begins the show by announcing who the father of Anna Nicole's baby is & it turns out it's all of us. Next, Jon looks at the Don Imus scandal and his reference to the Rutgers women's basketball team as "nappy headed hoes" in a segment called "Gaffe-fest '07". Jon then discusses the use of offensive language with Senior Black Correspondent Larry Wilmore, Senior Woman Correspondent Samantha Bee, & alleged date rapist Jason Jones. Finally, Roving Ambassador-at-Large John Oliver takes a detailed look at Israel and talks with Dan Gillerman, Israeli Ambassador to the U.N. in a segment called "Oliver's Travels".moreless

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Brian Williams (II)

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Jason Jones

Jason Jones

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John Oliver (II)

John Oliver (II)

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Larry Wilmore

Larry Wilmore

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