Tonight, actor and star of the new movie The Kingdom, Jamie Foxx.
Jon begins tonight's show with a good ole fashion battle between two rival political leaders, Bush vs. Ahmadinejad, in a segment called "Showdown at the U.N. Corral". Bush spends little time talking about Iraq and Iran, spending most of the time insulting other nations including Cuba, whose U.N. delegation walked out of Bush's speech. Senior Diplomatic Analyst Aasif Mandvi talked about the various reactions U.N. delegates had when their countries were insulted by Bush.
Finally, Lewis Black returns in "Back in Black". Lewis discusses his disdain with the design of the new queer $5 bill, the CW's new show called CW Now sponsored by Wal-Mart and plugged constantly trying to sell Halo 3, and finally phony veteran's trying to get free treatment at veteran's hospitals.
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