Tonight, author and journalist Christopher Hitchens promotes his book God Is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything.
Jon begins the show with a look at the Democrats first presidential debate in a continuing segment, "Clusterf@#uck to the White House". Senior Political Analyst Samantha Bee also talked with Jon about the possible transformations the candidates will go through on the way to the 2008 election in a segment called "Mass Debaters". Finally, the show resorts to an age old tradition of having one product sponsor an entire television program in a segment called "Crisis in Sudan", brought to you by BubbleYum. Senior Genocide Correspondent John Oliver, Senior Africa Correspondent Aasif Mandvi, and Senior Political Analyst Rob Riggle each report about some aspect of the Darfur genocide while plugging away the deliciousness of BubbleYum.
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