Total Episodes: 3412
Creators: Lizz Winstead , Madeleine Smithberg
Networks: Comedy Central
Status: Returning Series
First Air Date: Jul 22, 1996
Recent Air Date: Apr 2, 2020
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Original Language: English
Age Rating: TV-14
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29 September 2014 - Hadi al-Bahra
Congress fails to debate going to war with ISIS, the U.N. Climate Summit draws global leaders, and Hadi al-Bahra discusses the Syrian National Coalition's opposition movement.
30 September 2014 - Ben Affleck
Congress's system for passing laws slows to a halt, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits the U.S., and Ben Affleck discusses "Gone Girl" and "Batman v Superman."
01 October 2014 - Lena Dunham
An intruder breaches White House security, the first case of Ebola in the U.S. causes the media to panic, and Lena Dunham discusses her memoir, "Not That Kind of Girl."
02 October 2014 - Ben Steele
Conservatives panic about ISIS and Ebola, Jessica Williams explores the idea that sexism doesn't exist, and Ben Steele discusses "Hunted: The War Against Gays in Russia."
06 October 2014 - Atul Gawande
Protests in Hong Kong become more relaxed, Kim Jong-un suffers from a mysterious illness, Jordan Klepper visits the U.N., and Atul Gawande discusses his book "Being Mortal."
07 October 2014 - Wyatt Cenac
While Jon is out sick, Jason Jones and Samantha Bee guest host. Joe Biden offends America's allies in the Middle East, Samantha Bee investigates some missing data about police brutality, and Wyatt Cenac discusses "Wyatt Cenac: Brooklyn."
08 October 2014 - Leon Panetta
ISIS moves to attack the Syrian border town of Kobani, Kristen Schaal reports on the GOP's campaign targeting female voters, and Leon Panetta discusses "Worthy Fights."
09 October 2014 - Jeremy Renner
AIG's former CEO sues the U.S. government, Al Madrigal reports on Republicans' sudden interest in gay voters, and Jeremy Renner discusses his film "Kill the Messenger."
13 October 2014 - Matt Bai
Democrats display unparalleled persistence in campaign fundraising, Jessica Williams reports on modern-day exorcisms, and Matt Bai discusses "All the Truth Is Out."
14 October 2014 - Zach Galifianakis
A health worker in Texas contracts Ebola, Staten Island's midterm election race comes down to two lackluster candidates, and Zach Galifianakis discusses his film "Birdman."
15 October 2014 - Bill O'Reilly
Candidates square off in the midterm election debates, the coalition against ISIS encounters unexpected obstacles, and Bill O'Reilly discusses white privilege.
16 October 2014 - Bryan Stevenson
Florida gubernatorial candidate Charlie Crist cools his balls, Jessica Williams reports on Kansas's conservative utopia, and Bryan Stevenson discusses his book "Just Mercy."
27 October 2014 - Wendy Davis
The Best [email protected]#king News Team Ever heads to Austin, Texas, for the midterms, a doctor in New York City contracts Ebola, and Wendy Davis discusses "Forgetting to Be Afraid."
28 October 2014 - Joaquin Castro
Democrats' prospects in the midterms are dire, Jason Jones reports on the key political issues in Texas, and Rep. Joaquin Castro describes a difficult year in Congress.
29 October 2014 - Ellar Coltrane
The Best F#@king News Team Ever reports on the immigration crisis in Texas, a Koch Brothers' advertisement gets some apt alterations, and Ellar Coltrane discusses "Boyhood."
30 October 2014 - Spoon
Texas Democrats are in denial about the blueness of their state, Samantha Bee investigates what makes Austin weird, and Spoon performs from their album "They Want My Soul."
03 November 2014 - Jake Gyllenhaal
Republicans surge ahead in the midterm elections polls, Connecticut gubernatorial candidate Tom Foley defends his boat's name, and Jake Gyllenhaal discusses "Nightcrawler."
04 November 2014 - Reince Priebus
Republicans sweep the midterms, The Best F#@king News Team Ever offers expert election coverage, and RNC Chairman Reince Priebus celebrates his party's victory.
05 November 2014 - John Cleese
Jordan Klepper and Jessica Williams report on the Republicans' sweeping victory in the midterm elections, and John Cleese discusses his memoir, "So, Anyway..."
06 November 2014 - James Risen
President Obama and Republicans both pledge to work together, Democrats intentionally avoid making legislative decisions, and James Risen discusses his book "Pay Any Price."
10 November 2014 - Bruce Springsteen & Frank Caruso
President Obama increases the military presence in Iraq, Jordan Klepper examines police sensitivity training, and Bruce Springsteen and Frank Caruso discuss "Outlaw Pete."
11 November 2014 - Samantha Power
New York City is declared Ebola-free, China hosts the APEC summit, and U.N. Ambassador Samantha Power discusses the international efforts to combat Ebola and ISIS.
12 November 2014 - Steve Carell
Poaching threatens elephants and funds terrorists, police accuse Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges of flashing a gang sign, and Steve Carell discusses his film "Foxcatcher."
13 November 2014 - Maziar Bahari & Gael Garcia Bernal
John Oliver hosts the show, and Jason Jones, Tim Greenberg, Gael Garcia Bernal and Maziar Bahari discuss the inspiration for and making of the film "Rosewater."
17 November 2014 - Laura Poitras
President Obama considers an executive order on immigration, Jessica Williams reports on Detroit's water shutoffs, and Laura Poitras discusses her documentary "Citizenfour."
18 November 2014 - Benedict Cumberbatch
Obamacare faces scrutiny yet again, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi demonstrates her political ruthlessness, and Benedict Cumberbatch discusses "The Imitation Game."
19 November 2014 - Jessica Chastain
Hasan Minhaj and Jordan Klepper debate the use of gestation crates, Lewis Black investigates Black Friday's impact on laborers, and Jessica Chastain discusses "Interstellar."
20 November 2014 - Eddie Redmayne
The Keystone XL pipeline bill fails to pass, Republicans include a loophole in an eminent domain law, and Eddie Redmayne discusses his file "The Theory of Everything."
01 December 2014 - Andrew Napolitano
Civil rights protests erupt across the U.S., Governor Chris Christie vetoes a bill to ban pig gestation crates, and Judge Andrew Napolitano discusses his book "Suicide Pact."
02 December 2014 - Sophie Delaunay
The St. Louis Rams clash with local police, Larry Wilmore talks about the Ferguson protests, China bans puns, and Sophie Delaunay discusses Doctors Without Borders.
03 December 2014 - Dave Grohl
The NYPD officer whose chokehold led to Eric Garner's death is not indicted, Samantha Bee reports on pinkwashing, and Dave Grohl discusses "Foo Fighters: Sonic Highways."
04 December 2014 - Angelina Jolie
The media tries to find the rationale behind the Eric Garner grand jury decision, Trevor Noah joins The Best F#@king News Team Ever, and Angelina Jolie discusses "Unbroken."
08 December 2014 - Norman Lear
Some of the recipients of Social Security benefits prove to be surprising, Fox News takes a stab at Jon, and Norman Lear discusses his memoir "Even This I Get to Experience."
09 December 2014 - Kathryn Bigelow & Juan Zarate
The Senate releases its report on CIA torture, Jordan Klepper investigates a discriminatory restaurant, and Kathryn Bigelow and Juan Zarate discuss their PSA "Last Days."
10 December 2014 - Suki Kim
Proponents of the CIA's torture program try to justify it, Hasan Minhaj defends America's awesomeness, and Suki Kim discusses her memoir, "Without You, There Is No Us."
11 December 2014 - Mick Foley
The royal family visits New York City, millennials get more than they bargained for when they join ISIS, and Mick Foley discusses his documentary "I Am Santa Claus."
15 December 2014 - Tim Burton
Dick Cheney defends the CIA's torture program, Jordan Klepper visits Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven for governing advice, and Tim Burton discusses his film "Big Eyes."
16 December 2014 - Paul McCartney
Congress passes a budget bill that's full of surprises, Aasif Mandvi reports on a suggestive South Dakotan PSA, and Paul McCartney discusses his song "Hope for the Future."
17 December 2014 - Anna Kendrick
LeBron James and Andrew Hawkins join in the police brutality protests, Jessica Williams defends Jay Z's reputation, and Anna Kendrick discusses her film "Into the Woods."
18 December 2014 - Chris Rock
Sony decides not to release "The Interview," the U.S. and Cuba begin to rebuild their relationship, Jordan Klepper reports on SantaCon, and Chris Rock discusses "Top Five."
05 January 2015 - Steven Brill
The countdown to Democalypse 2016 begins, "The Interview" triggers tension between the U.S. and North Korea, and Steven Brill discusses his book "America's Bitter Pill."
06 January 2015 - Cass Sunstein
A new congressional session begins, Staten Island Representative Michael Grimm resigns following tax evasion charges, and Cass Sunstein discusses his book "Wiser."
07 January 2015 - Ava DuVernay
A deadly attack hits Paris, Aasif Mandvi covers Great Britain's Nazi cow problem, Hasan Minhaj reports on homelessness in Salt Lake City, and Ava DuVernay discusses "Selma."
08 January 2015 - Allison Williams
Mitch McConnell brags about the Republican Congress, Jason Jones causes mischief in New York after a slowdown in arrests, and "Girls" star Allison Williams sits down with Jon.
12 January 2015 - Jimmy Carter
Millions march in Paris after the Charlie Hebdo shooting, Rupert Murdoch's tweet sparks a debate, and Jimmy Carter discusses the exhibition "Countdown to Zero."
13 January 2015 - Marco Rubio
Florida legalizes same-sex marriage, a store owner beats his employees with a lizard, and Senator Marco Rubio discusses his book "American Dreams."
14 January 2015 - Julianne Moore
A French comedian is arrested despite the country's stance on free speech, police in the Philippines are ordered to wear diapers, and Julianne Moore discusses "Still Alice."
15 January 2015 - Sienna Miller
The Keystone XL pipeline debate continues, Jessica Williams reports on a unique law regarding the right to an attorney, and Sienna Miller discusses "American Sniper."
19 January 2015 - Mike Huckabee
Secretary of State John Kerry visits France, the Miss Universe pageant gets wrapped up in Middle Eastern politics, and Mike Huckabee discusses "God, Guns, Grits, and Gravy."
20 January 2015 - Jennifer Lopez
Several Republican candidates consider a bid for president, Aasif Mandvi investigates the threat of Sharia law in Alabama, and Jennifer Lopez discusses "The Boy Next Door."
21 January 2015 - Anne Hathaway
Barack Obama delivers his State of the Union address, multiple Tea Party Republicans respond to the president's speech, and Anne Hathaway discusses her film "Song One."
22 January 2015 - Jennifer Aniston
The World Economic Forum kicks off in Switzerland, MetLife sues the federal government, Trevor Noah reports on Boko Haram, and Jennifer Aniston discusses her film "Cake."
26 January 2015 - Julian Castro
Presidential hopefuls convene for the Iowa Freedom Summit, Republicans try to appeal to the middle class more, and Julian Castro discusses his work at HUD.
27 January 2015 - Jill Leovy
The media fixates on Winter Storm Juno's impact on New York City, a drone crashes into the White House, and journalist Jill Leovy discusses her book "Ghettoside."
28 January 2015 - Oscar Isaac
President Obama pays his respects to Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah, Kristen Schaal addresses male oppression on the subway, and Oscar Isaac discusses "A Most Violent Year."
29 January 2015 - Sarah Chayes
The Deflategate scandal rocks the NFL right before the Super Bowl, Jessica Williams investigates mixed-party dating, and Sarah Chayes discusses her book "Thieves of State."
02 February 2015 - Martin Short
Mike Huckabee tackles the topic of same-sex marriage during his book tour, Jordan Klepper reports on China's magic industry, and Martin Short discusses "I Must Say."
03 February 2015 - Bill Browder
Measles makes a shocking comeback, groundhogs get their yearly moment in the spotlight, and Bill Browder discusses his book "Red Notice."
04 February 2015 - Wes Moore
The 114th Congress celebrates one month in office, Senator Thom Tillis suggests that public health standards are overrated, and Wes Moore discusses his book "The Work."
05 February 2015 - Bob Odenkirk
Strong contenders for the 2016 race begin to emerge, John Boehner invites Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to Congress, and Bob Odenkirk discusses "Better Call Saul."
09 February 2015 - Patricia Arquette
Brian Williams comes under fire for misleading the public, Bassem Youssef reflects on the quagmire in the Middle East, and Patricia Arquette discusses her film "Boyhood."
10 February 2015 - David Axelrod
Fox News unexpectedly reverses their complaints about President Obama, and David Axelrod discusses his lengthy career as a political strategist in his book "Believer."
11 February 2015 - Colin Firth
Kansas and Alabama restrict gay rights, Jordan Klepper speaks with a group of Las Vegas teens about sex education, and Colin Firth discusses his film "Kingsman."
23 February 2015 - Christine Lagarde
Conservatives criticize President Obama's ISIS offensive while Rudy Giuliani questions his patriotism, and Christine Lagarde discusses the International Monetary Fund.
24 February 2015 - Lynsey Addario
An article in Mother Jones questions Bill O'Reilly's credibility, Samantha Bee reports on Vice President Biden's bad habit, and Lynsey Addario discusses "It's What I Do."
25 February 2015 - Conan O'Brien
Conservative pundits question Jon's honor, Congressman Aaron Schock posts his possibly publicly funded adventures on Instagram, and Conan O'Brien discusses his trip to Cuba.
26 February 2015 - Olivia Wilde
Several whistleblowers are penalized after exposing misconduct, Hasan Minhaj tackles inequality among the 1%, and Olivia Wilde discusses her film "The Lazarus Effect."
02 March 2015 - Robert Smigel
Congress threatens to defund the Department of Homeland Security, Senator Jim Inhofe argues against climate change, and Robert Smigel discusses Night of Too Many Stars.
03 March 2015 - Sigourney Weaver
Israel's PM Benjamin Netanyahu delivers a speech to Congress, Aasif Mandvi highlights a potential future for print media, and Sigourney Weaver discusses her film "Chappie."
04 March 2015 - Viacheslav Fetisov
Hillary Clinton's informal emailing style causes controversy, Jordan Klepper reports on a surprising Florida law, and Viacheslav Fetisov discusses the documentary "Red Army."
05 March 2015 - Gerald Posner
Jessica Williams reports on the DOJ's investigation into Ferguson, MO, an opposition leader in Russia is murdered, and Gerald Posner discusses "God's Bankers."
09 March 2015 - John Lewis
The U.S. commemorates the 50th anniversary of "Bloody Sunday" in Selma, and Congressman John Lewis reflects on the civil rights movement in his graphic novel trilogy, "March."
10 March 2015 - Abbi Jacobson & Ilana Glazer
Senate Republicans send a letter to Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Lewis Black investigates animal cruelty, and Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer discuss Broad City.
11 March 2015 - Common
Fraternity brothers are caught on tape chanting racial slurs, Hillary Clinton gives an explanation for her informal email practices, and Common discusses "Run All Night."
12 March 2015 - Rob Corddry
Several New Jersey officials engage in questionable practices, Jordan Klepper reports on Hurricane Sandy survivors, and Rob Corddry discusses his show "Childrens Hospital."
16 March 2015 - Andrew Cockburn
Several states work to erase equal rights for the LGBT community, the Secret Service and the media require interventions, and Andrew Cockburn discusses his book "Kill Chain."
17 March 2015 - Amanda Seyfried
Democrats filibuster a bipartisan human trafficking bill, the food industry takes varying approaches to the obesity crisis, and Amanda Seyfried discusses "While We're Young."
18 March 2015 - Kevin Hart
Congressman Aaron Schock resigns following inquiries into his use of taxpayer dollars, Benjamin Netanyahu wins re-election in Israel, and Kevin Hart discusses "Get Hard."
19 March 2015 - Will Ferrell
Fox News selectively covers the Department of Justice reports on Ferguson, Trevor Noah challenges Jon to a chess game, and Will Ferrell discusses his film "Get Hard."
23 March 2015 - Ayaan Hirsi Ali
The V.A. continues its legacy of inadequacy, Senator Ted Cruz officially announces his plans to run for president, and Ayaan Hirsi Ali discusses her book "Heretic."
24 March 2015 - Jon Ronson
A sex-trafficking bill remains stuck in Congress, Kristen Schaal reports on gender wage equality, and Jon Ronson discusses his book "So You've Been Publicly Shamed."
25 March 2015 - Kirby Dick & Amy Ziering
California and Florida feel the effects of climate change, Hasan Minhaj interviews an Oregon pot grower, and Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering discuss "The Hunting Ground."
26 March 2015 - John Hargrove
Jason Jones bids farewell to The Daily Show, Jon congratulates Fox News for being right, and former orca trainer John Hargrove discusses his book "Beneath the Surface."
06 April 2015 - Gene Baur
Indiana passes a controversial religious freedom law, Jordan Klepper chases after crowdfunding donations, and Gene Baur discusses his book "Living the Farm Sanctuary Life."
07 April 2015 - Peter Dinklage
Hasan Minhaj reports on the U.S.-Iran nuclear deal, Senator Rand Paul announces his presidential bid, and Peter Dinklage discusses the fifth season of "Game of Thrones."
08 April 2015 - Tavis Smiley
Rolling Stone retracts an article, Samantha Bee reports on a shocking custody issue, Mayor Rahm Emanuel wins re-election, and Tavis Smiley discusses "My Journey with Maya."
09 April 2015 - Elizabeth Warren
Kansas passes a lenient gun safety law while enforcing harsh welfare regulations, and Senator Elizabeth Warren discusses corruption, student debt and "A Fighting Chance."
13 April 2015 - Adam Horovitz
Hillary Clinton announces her presidential bid, Bassem Youssef unpacks the confusing proxy wars in the Middle East, and Adam Horovitz discusses his film "While We're Young."
14 April 2015 - Fareed Zakaria
Congress criticizes a proposed treaty with Iran, Hillary Clinton overshadows Marco Rubio's presidential bid, and Fareed Zakaria discusses "In Defense of a Liberal Education."
15 April 2015 - Billy Crystal
The media struggles to deliver relevant content in appropriate ways, Jordan Klepper investigates the future of Christianity, and Billy Crystal discusses "The Comedians."
16 April 2015 - Eric Greitens
Dick Cheney criticizes President Obama's nuclear negotiations with Iran, the winner of the 2015 'Mercun Awards emerges, and Eric Greitens discusses his book "Resilience."
20 April 2015 - Gayle Tzemach Lemmon
The Best F#@king News Team Ever envisions if life were like Congress, CNN adds 4/20 coverage to its programming, and Gayle Tzemach Lemmon discusses her book "Ashley's War."
21 April 2015 - Jeff Garlin
Republican candidates update their positions on same-sex marriage, a man flies past Capitol security in a gyrocopter, and Jeff Garlin offers Jon a part on "The Goldbergs."
22 April 2015 - Dana Perino
Unethical Atlanta educators share similarities with Wall Street bankers, Aasif Mandvi uncovers a GMO conspiracy, and Dana Perino discusses her book "And the Good News Is..."
23 April 2015 - Neil deGrasse Tyson
Fracking causes earthquakes in Oklahoma, the NSA debuts a creepy recycling mascot, John Hodgman makes a dramatic exit, and Neil deGrasse Tyson discusses "StarTalk."
27 April 2015 - Elizabeth Olsen
The media misses an important Baltimore news story during the White House Correspondents' Dinner, and Elizabeth Olsen discusses her film "Avengers: Age of Ultron."
28 April 2015 - George Stephanopoulos
Baltimore's mayor declares a state of emergency, Hasan Minhaj reports on bipartisan prison reform, and George Stephanopoulos discusses the responsibility of the media.
29 April 2015 - Judith Miller
The Supreme Court considers the legality of same-sex marriage, and Judith Miller discusses the lead-up to the Iraq War and her memoir, "The Story: A Reporter's Journey."
30 April 2015 - Kristen Wiig
Sen. Bernie Sanders enters the presidential race, Hillary Clinton faces corruption rumors, Jon celebrates Samantha Bee's last day, and Kristen Wiig discusses "Welcome to Me."
04 May 2015 - Brian Grazer
Texan conspiracy theorists fear a military takeover, Jessica Williams investigates the end of same-sex marriage protests, and Brian Grazer discusses his book "A Curious Mind."
05 May 2015 - Willie Nelson
Three Republican candidates join the presidential race, Senator Ted Cruz contradicts his own principles, and Willie Nelson discusses his memoir "It's a Long Story: My Life."
06 May 2015 - Ernest Moniz
New York and New Jersey each face corruption scandals, Al Madrigal predicts who will win the Latino vote in 2016, and Ernest Moniz discusses the U.S.'s nuclear deal with Iran.
07 May 2015 - Mumford & Sons
Regulation of campaign financing reaches new lows, a report exposes Tom Brady's knowledge of Deflategate, and Mumford & Sons performs a song from their album "Wilder Mind."
11 May 2015 - John Legend
David Cameron wins re-election in the U.K., Jordan Klepper investigates the role of money in British democracy, and John Legend discusses the documentary "Southern Rites."
12 May 2015 - Tom Brokaw
The vetting process for the 2016 presidential candidates begins, Kristen Schaal reports on the "dad bod" trend, and Tom Brokaw discusses his memoir "A Lucky Life Interrupted."
13 May 2015 - Reza Aslan
Fox News takes issue with Barack Obama's stance on poverty, Jordan Klepper looks for controversial topics in the British election, and Reza Aslan discusses the state of Islam.
14 May 2015 - Rebel Wilson
Jeb Bush beats around the bush regarding the Iraq War and his candidacy, Lewis Black reports on several Nazi-related stories, and Rebel Wilson discusses "Pitch Perfect 2."
26 May 2015 - Rand Paul
Sections of the Patriot Act near expiration, Republicans propose a new surveillance act, and Sen. Rand Paul discusses his 11-hour filibuster and religious liberties.
27 May 2015 - Rosabeth Moss Kanter
Several top FIFA officials face corruption charges, allergy season reaches catastrophic levels, and Rosabeth Moss Kanter discusses her book "Move."
28 May 2015 - Matt Harvey
Senator Bernie Sanders begins his presidential campaign, ISIS attacks a major Iraqi city, and Matt Harvey discusses his pitching career with the New York Mets.
01 June 2015 - Stanley McChrystal
Jordan Klepper finds a new use for the NSA, Senator Lindsey Graham enters the presidential race, and General Stanley McChrystal discusses his book "Team of Teams."
02 June 2015 - Bill de Blasio
A CIA study analyzes America's armament of the Middle East, the media react to Caitlyn Jenner's debut, and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio outlines his progressive agenda.
03 June 2015 - Melissa McCarthy
Hasan Minhaj gives Muslim women advice on downplaying their religion, Jordan Klepper investigates free-range parenting, and Melissa McCarthy chats about her film "Spy."
04 June 2015 - Steve Buscemi
Governors Lincoln Chafee and Rick Perry kick off their presidential campaigns, John Hodgman celebrates Jon's eloquence, and Steve Buscemi discusses his talk show "Park Bench."
08 June 2015 - Nicola Sturgeon
Texas cops use excessive force at a pool party, Republican candidates head to Iowa, and Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon discusses seceding from the U.K.
09 June 2015 - Nick Offerman
President Obama attends the G7 summit, CNN's Chris Cuomo and Governor Andrew Cuomo broadcast their sibling rivalry, and Nick Offerman discusses his book "Gumption."
10 June 2015 - Colin Quinn
California's drought leads to unpopular water-saving strategies, The New York Times investigates Senator Marco Rubio's spending, and Colin Quinn discusses "The Coloring Book."
11 June 2015 - Mark Ruffalo
Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld reflects on his role in the Iraq War, Jon looks back at past interviews, and Mark Ruffalo discusses his movie "Infinitely Polar Bear."
15 June 2015 - Judd Apatow
NAACP leader Rachel Dolezal is accused of misrepresenting her race, Al Madrigal learns about Iowa's voting process, and Judd Apatow discusses his book "Sick in the Head."
16 June 2015 - Aziz Ansari
Donald Trump enters the 2016 presidential race, a restaurant chain unveils a troubling new dish, and comedian Aziz Ansari explores dating trends in his book "Modern Romance."
17 June 2015 - Bill Clinton
Jon relives Donald Trump's presidential announcement speech, the House of Representatives votes on trade legislation, and Bill Clinton discusses the U.S.'s economic prospects.
18 June 2015 - Malala Yousafzai
Jon speaks out about the church massacre in Charleston, S.C., and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Malala Yousafzai discusses the documentary "He Named Me Malala."
22 June 2015 - Al Franken
Fox News accuses liberals of politicizing the South Carolina shooting, Jessica Williams takes on the Confederate flag, and Al Franken discusses going from comedy to Congress.
23 June 2015 - Seth MacFarlane
Presidential contender Donald Trump establishes his campaign platform, Hasan Minhaj honors Jon's physical fortitude, and director Seth MacFarlane discusses his movie "Ted 2."
24 June 2015 - Andrew Napolitano
Southern states consider taking down the Confederate flag, Jessica Williams weighs in on the idea of a female-fronted $10 bill, and Andrew Napolitano discusses free speech.
25 June 2015 - Richard Lewis
Pope Francis upsets Republicans with his remarks on global warming, Bobby Jindal enters the presidential race, and comedian Richard Lewis discusses his show "Blunt Talk."
29 June 2015 - Taylor Schilling
Conservatives react to the Supreme Court's ruling on marriage equality, Justice Antonin Scalia issues an unusual dissent, and Taylor Schilling discusses "The Overnight."
30 June 2015 - Jon Hamm
Conservatives win big in Supreme Court rulings on environmental regulations and the death penalty, Jon sings the news, and Jon Hamm discusses his film "Minions."
01 July 2015 - Kirsten Gillibrand
Gov. Chris Christie kicks off his presidential campaign, and Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand describes finding common ground in Congress and working to pass a paid family leave bill.
02 July 2015 - Sarah Vowell
Donald Trump defends his racist remarks, Ohioans fight a Native American group over an Alaskan mountain, and Sarah Vowell discusses "Lafayette in the Somewhat United States."
20 July 2015 - Paul Rudd
Donald Trump belittles Sen. John McCain's war hero status, Jordan Klepper examines the possibility of an openly churlish president, and Paul Rudd discusses his film "Ant-Man."
21 July 2015 - Barack Obama
President Barack Obama sits down with Jon one last time to discuss senioritis, his relationship with the media and how to engage young people in public service.
22 July 2015 - Jake Gyllenhaal
Republicans criticize the U.S.'s nuclear deal with Iran, Senator Chuck Schumer reviews New York City diners with MSNBC, and Jake Gyllenhaal talks about his film "Southpaw."
23 July 2015 - Ta-Nehisi Coates
Donald Trump remains the most entertaining 2016 presidential candidate, Chuck Schumer wishes Jon mazel tov, and Ta-Nehisi Coates discusses his book "Between the World and Me."
27 July 2015 - David McCullough
FBI officials warn of ISIS's Twitter capabilities, Mike Huckabee likens the Iran nuclear deal to the Holocaust, and David McCullough discusses his book "The Wright Brothers."
28 July 2015 - Tom Cruise
President Obama visits Ethiopia and Kenya, Hasan Minhaj and Jordan Klepper make Jon answer fans' questions, and Tom Cruise discusses "Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation."
29 July 2015 - Doris Kearns Goodwin
Jon's White House visit leads to wild media speculation, an Arkansas pastor takes on LGBT rights, and Doris Kearns Goodwin discusses "Lyndon Johnson and the American Dream."
30 July 2015 - J.J. Abrams
Republicans battle for a place at the primary debates, Seth Rollins presents a look back at show sponsors, and J.J. Abrams discuses "Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation."
03 August 2015 - Amy Schumer
The Koch brothers make five Republican candidates vie for their money, Fox News accuses Jon of being a liberal propagandist, and Amy Schumer discusses her movie "Trainwreck."
04 August 2015 - Denis Leary
Hillary Clinton prepares for Joe Biden's alleged presidential run, Jessica Williams revisits subjects from past field pieces, and Denis Leary discusses "Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll."
05 August 2015 - Louis C.K.
On Jon's penultimate show, he examines his legacy of eviscerating the opposition, reflects on his noteworthy TV moments and discusses returning to stand-up with Louis C.K.
06 August 2015 - Jon Stewart's Final Episode
On Jon's last episode of The Daily Show, he revisits The Best F#@king News Team Ever, gets a send-off from his top political targets and says goodbye after 16 years as host.