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Former Daily Show correspondent Olivia Munn discusses the effects of tiger mothering with her own mom and covers how an oil spill is affecting Vietnamese fisherman in the Gulf. Plus, Trevor sits with Olivia to discuss her superhuman role on "The Rook."See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
America's First Ladies have historically been expected to champion social causes, be style icons, and serve as the nation's matriarch. In this episode, host Roy Wood Jr. sits down with CNN Contributor Kate Andersen Brower, and Daily Show Senior Producer Jeff Gussow to discuss how the role of First Lady has evolved, how they have impacted policy, navigated gender expectations, and shaped history. Original air date: March 1, 2022See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Daily Show time travels back to this day in 2008: The Secretary of Treasury had just proposed a $700 billion economic recovery plan to bail out the failing banking industry, causing outrage from American taxpayers. Jon Stewart is joined by John Oliver for an analysis on how dire the situation could get, and President Clinton sits down with Jon to break down why Americans are upset, and what the federal government could be doing instead of writing a blank check to the banks.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Fall is upon us! Ronny Chieng recounts his favorite things about the season, the correspondents revel in everyone's favorite autumnal treat, and Ed Helms gives us his tips to fatten up for Fall. Plus, Steve Carell gives us his Fall TV picks.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Trevor Noah and Daily Show correspondent Roy Wood Jr. cover the tactics used to suppress the votes of American citizens, including the Republicans' use of the filibuster to block the Democrats' voting rights bill, and harsher vote-by-mail laws. Plus, Trevor sits with Carol Anderson to discuss the ways voters of color have been disenfranchised. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Republicans have opened an impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden after months of investigations of his son Hunter Biden's foreign business dealings. Jordan Klepper hit up one final Trump rally before Election Day 2020 to hear what Trump's supporters think about Hunter Biden's laptop. Plus, Desi Lydic Foxsplains Hunter Biden, and Trevor recounts the FBI's investigation of Hunter Biden's taxes and highlights the history of nepotism in the White House.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Supreme Court recently blocked a bankruptcy deal that would have given full immunity to the members of the Sackler family who once controlled Purdue Pharma, the maker of OxyContin. Trevor Noah calls out the frustrating contradictions within the initial deal and shares his thoughts on what it would take for the heads of these corporations to be brought to justice. But first, Michael Che tries to get to the bottom of Big Pharma's role in the opioid epidemic and Trevor covers the ineffective, lobbyist-influenceced solutions brought forward by Congress and then-President Trump. Trevor then discusses the causes, effects, and realities of the opioid crisis with documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney, director of “The Crime of the Century.”See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Senior Latino Correspondent Al Madrigal tackles an array of issues, including: Tucson's Mexican-American studies ban, a general lack of opportunity for Latinos in show business, the cultural differences among Chileans, and which unexpected conservative presidential candidate garners Al Madrigal's nod for the Latino vote.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Transracial adoption has increased over the years and the experience of being raised by adoptive parents of a different race is not without complications. Host Roy Wood Jr. chats with author of the book All You Can Ever Know, Nicole Chung, and author of the book Surviving the White Gaze, Rebecca Carroll, about their first-hand experiences as transracial adoptees. They discuss their upbringings in predominantly white cities, why adoptive families often don't talk about race, and their lifelong journey navigating their racial identity. Original air date: November 1, 2022See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Daily Show jumps in our time machine to head back to this day in 2008: Lehman Brothers has just collapsed, sending the market into a death spiral and sinking the financial crisis to a new low. Jon Stewart catches us up on this latest economic nightmare, discussing the ever-changing situation with Aasif Mandvi before checking in on the latest presidential campaign-trail spin from Senators Barack Obama, John McCain, Joe Biden, and Governor Sarah Palin. Plus, Jon and Ricky Gervais get into some obscure (and questionable) animal facts.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Eva Longoria talks about the challenges facing the Latino community right now and how she is unmasking beauty stereotypes. Co-host of "The View" and CNN political commentator Ana Navarro discusses the importance of unity among Latinos and all underrepresented groups, and how Democrats shouldn't take the Latino vote for granted. And Actor and activist Diane Guerrero talks about the need for more representation in Hollywood and the struggles she faced being separated from her immigrant parents at 14.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Trevor Noah reports on the fight to keep critical race theory in schools and the harmful outcomes of diluting the effects of slavery in the classroom. Also, Trevor sits with New York Times reporter Nikole Hannah-Jones to discuss how "The 1619 Project" aims to depict a more accurate history of America. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is meeting with Vladimir Putin this week, but before Putin…there was Trump. Trevor covers the historic nuclear summit meeting between Kim Jong Un and President Trump, who lavished the dictator with praise and gave him a sweetheart diplomatic deal.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
New York is famous for it's pizza and no one is prouder of that than Jon Stewart…or more protective. Jon takes on Donald Trump, the entire city of Chicago, and Mayor Bill DeBlasio in his defense of proper pizza etiquette and his mission to cement New York as the pizza capital of America. Grab a slice and strap in for the ride.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jon Stewart covers the first of many legislative setbacks in providing funding for 9/11 Responders' health care services via the James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act. While Senate Republicans filibuster the Zadroga Bill, tax cuts are passed for the wealthy while America's news channels are beat to reporting the story by Al Jazeera. Jon is joined by 9/11 responders Kenny Specht (FDNY), Chris Bowman (NYPD), Ken George (DOT), and heavy equipment operating engineer John Devlin for their reactions and insights on the issue.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Buffalo Bills safety, Damar Hamlin, went into cardiac arrest during a game. This injury sparked conversations about the safety of football and the ways the NFL protects their players' well being. Host Roy Wood Jr. sits down with CBS Mornings co-host, Nate Burleson, to discuss their feelings towards the game, the importance of protecting players' mental health, and the fight for lifetime insurance in the NFL. Original air date: January 17, 2023See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Daily Show jumps in our time machine to head back to this day in 2010: Jon Stewart is our host and he sits down with Meghan McCain to discuss her book Dirty, Sexy Politics. Plus, former Daily Show correspondent, Wyatt Cenac, reports on the lack of Supreme Court justices from the borough of Staten Island.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
New York Fashion Week hits the runway this week! Desi does a deep dive unpacking the history of NY Fashion Week, Dulcé talks about cultural appropriation in fashion, and Roy highlights Black trailblazers in the fashion industry. Also, Trevor sits down with iconic fashion designer, Dapper Dan.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's the start of a new NFL season! Trevor chats with Daily Show correspondent, Roy Wood Jr, about the dangers of football and highlights the lack of Black head coaches in the NFL. Also, guest host D.L. Hughley sits down with NFL commentator, Dominique Foxworth, to discuss the improvements he's seen in the league over time.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Desi Lydic narrates The Daily Showography of South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham, a man married to the game. Trevor sits down with Lindsey Graham, who wanted anyone but Trump to win the 2016 election. Flash forward to the 2020 election where Graham backed Trump's claims of voter fraud. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Beyoncé's impact on music and pop culture is undeniable. The Daily Show dives deep into Queen Bey's global influence. Trevor Noah covers the media freakout over Beyoncé's "Lemonade" album and former correspondent Jessica Williams dissects the political messages in Beyoncé's 2013 Super Bowl Halftime performance. Also, Trevor talks about the time Beyoncé left him starstruck at the Oscars and takes guesses on who he thinks bit Beyoncé at a party.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Virgil Abloh, Zelda Wynn Valdes, and Stephen Burrows are iconic and influential Black designers, but the fashion industry has had a long history of racism, classism, and nepotism. Host Roy Wood Jr. chats with Daily Show producer, Chelsea Williamson, CEO of Harlem's Fashion Row, Brandice Daniel & Editor in Chief at The Cut, Lindsay Peoples about the influence Black culture has had on fashion and the hurdles of breaking into the industry. They also discuss how Lindsay's 2018 article, “What It's Really Like to Be Black and Work in Fashion” opened the door for conversations about racism in the industry. Original air date: September 27, 2022See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dulcé and Josh are reacting to their favorite comments from this season. Moderated by Roy Wood Jr., Dulcé and Josh respond to comments from “Conscious Rap vs. Club Bangers,” “Summer vs. Winter,” “Vanilla vs. Chocolate,” “Diners vs. Waffle House,” and “Chicken Soup vs. Tomato Soup!” It's Dulcé and Josh vs. the YouTube Comments this week on Hold Up. Original air date: May 4, 2023See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The number of Americans with student debt is higher now than ever before. Trevor examines how student debt got so out of control in the U.S. and its potential effects lasting to the grave for many older borrowers. And Roy Wood Jr. examines breaks down the pros and cons of college.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Climate change, wildfires, environmental destruction. Why don't people care? We're all familiar with the major effects of climate change, but a hotter Earth creates lots of smaller changes too: more female turtles, worse-tasting coffee, scary space junk and even less sex.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Legendary tennis champion and entrepreneur Serena Williams discusses overcoming adversity while building her venture capital firm Serena Ventures, being an executive producer on King Richard, and the importance of family. And Will Smith discusses showcasing the unseen sides of Richard Williams in King Richard and shares how writing his memoir was a cathartic experience.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A MAGA rally turned "intimate event," multiple military conspiracies, protestors against Trump's arrest, and more. Jordan Klepper takes on Trump's road to 2024 candidacy...if Trump doesn't get arrested. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The pink tax is a form of gender discrimination that can cost women an average of $1,400 or more a year. In this episode, host Roy Wood Jr. sits down with correspondent Desi Lydic, segment director Stacey Angeles, and Congresswoman Jackie Speier to discuss everyday examples of goods and services that cost women more, the economic impact of the pink tax, and the challenges of being a female consumer. Original air date: March 8, 2022See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
“Irons got those settings on them. They got nylon, they got silk, they got cotton, they got polyester. All right? You can adjust the knob.” - Josh Johnson “A steamer, pour some water in that bitch, and let the steam do the walking. Okay? You let the steam calm through them wrinkles. Let the steam knock it out.” - Dulcé Sloan It's irons vs. steamers this week on Hold Up with Daily Show correspondent Dulcé Sloan and writer Josh Johnson. Original air date: October 6, 2022See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Desi Lydic womansplains two big gender issues: female representation and the ERA. Dulcé Sloan looks at how the 19th Amendment got passed, its shortcomings, and how far we still have to go for true equal access to elections for all. And Veronica Chambers breaks down the often unrecognized history of the 19th Amendment and women's suffrage in her new book “Finish the Fight!: The Brave and Revolutionary Women Who Fought for the Right to Vote.”See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Trevor takes a closer look at the roles that anti-immigrant rhetoric, violent video games, internet hate groups and mental illness play in the U.S.'s gun violence epidemic – and, of course, the guns themselves. And Michael Kosta asks tourists, how do we stop mass shootings in America? For some Republican lawmakers, the solution involves everything but actual gun control. The answer is even; fewer doors. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Presidential hopeful Mike Pence has quite a VP resume: ice cold immigration takes, unconvincing lies, and an impressive squirm out of Trump's hold. Here are some of his most memorable moments.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Trump has given Trevor a lot to report on over the years. And in these Between the Scenes Trevor offers his unfiltered opinions on the former President, including; Trump's dictator tendencies, why Trump can't compartmentalize, and what Trevor would ask Trump if he ever interviewed him.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Former Daily Show Correspondent Ed Helms investigates why liquor and firearms don't mix and checks in on Massachusetts' response to gay marriage. He also sits down with Trevor to discuss the success of working with one of the largest Native American writing rooms on “Rutherford Falls,” how it feels to be back in The Daily Show studio, and his anything-goes approach to comedy.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We all have preferences when choosing who to date, but when do they cross the line into sexual racism? Daily Show correspondent Ronny Chieng, UMass Amherst sociology professor and associate dean, Jennifer Lundquist, and “Dates & Mates” podcast host, Damona Hoffman join Roy Wood Jr. to discuss how dating apps amplify users' racial biases and how this impacts those looking for love online. Original air date: May 31, 2022See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
"“Target ends up being better because Walmart is too busy being chaotic. You know what you didn't see when you went to Target, you didn't see a proposal on aisle eight. You didn't see someone trying on clothes that do not fit them” - Josh Johnson “You've been working your whole life to not be a Walmart person. I, on the other hand, have always embraced the Walmart lifestyle..because when I try to become a Target person, I realize it requires too much drinking of wine and the overpaying for regular ass things.” - Dulcé Sloan It's Target vs. Walmart this week on Hold Up with Daily Show correspondent Dulcé Sloan and writer Josh Johnson. Original air date: December 1, 2022See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
From flight delays, to cancellations, to mid-flight fights, there is always chaos in sky. Desi Lydic and Roy Wood Jr. discuss air travel in America and the recent failures of the FAA. Trevor weighs in on flight attendants not being paid during boarding, and Ronny Chieng gives airlines advice on how to make flying a less miserable experience.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Trevor speaks numerous languages and has a knack for accents. In these Between the Scenes, find out where Trevor's accent skills came from, why his German sounds like Hitler, what he think Trump speaking Arabic would sound like, and why he got in trouble with the French government. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Former President Donald Trump has been indicted in Georgia over his efforts to interfere with the Presidential election. Trevor Noah and Desi Lydic cover how he bullied election officials and Republican Senator Lindsey Graham and Al Franken discuss the potential indictment.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Trevor sat down with a slew of high-profile conservative guests during his time as host of The Daily Show. He interviewed Tomi Lahren who gave her take on the Black Lives Matter movement and explained why she lashed out against Colin for his national anthem protest. And GOP Presidential candidate Chris Christie opened up about his position on the border wall, and his private conversations with Donald Trump.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Before his days playing Michael Scott in "The Office," Steve Carell was a beloved Daily Show correspondent. We've rounded up some of his most hilarious moments from sweet-talking his way onto John McCain's campaign bus, to reporting on the Iraq war, to his most notable segments like "Slimming down with Steve" and "Even Stevphen."See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.