Tonight, actor and comedian Adam Sandler.
Tonight, writer and columnist John King.
Tonight, rapper Busta Rhymes.
Tonight, host of The Crocodile Hunter, Steve Irwin.
Tonight, actor John Ritter from 8 Simple Rules...for Dating My Teenage Daughter.
Tonight, actress Michele Williams.
Tonight, conservative writer Ann Coulter promotes her new book, Slander: Liberal Lies About the American Right.
Tonight, actress Natasha Henstridge.
Tonight, co-host of for Live with Regis and Kelly, Regis Philbin.
Tonight, actor Tim Blake Nelson.
Tonight, actor Steven Weber.
Tonight, actor Seth Green.
Tonight, actress Cynthia Nixon from Sex in the City.
Tonight, actor Robert Wagner.
Tonight, comedian Martin Lawrence.
Tonight, Mike Myers from Austin Powers in Goldmember.
Tonight, Senator Chuck Schumer.
Tonight, actor Antonio Banderas.
Tonight, actor Vin Diesel promotes his new movie xXx.
Tonight, actor Paul Rudd.
Tonight, actor Michael C. Hall from the show Six Feet Under.
Tonight, United Nations weapons inspector in Iraq, Scott Ritter.
Tonight, actor Kevin Nealon promotes his new movie, Eight Crazy Nights.
Tonight, ESPN's Sportcenter, Rich Eisen.
Tonight, actor and comedian Denis Leary.
Tonight, the host of Frontline, Jim Lehrer.
Tonight, actor Robin Williams promotes his new film One Hour Photo.
Tonight, actor Matthew Perry promotes his new movie Serving Sarah.
Tonight, from the Sopranos, Lorraine Bracco.
Tonight, the star of Scrubs, Zach Braff.
Tonight, author Sarah Vowell promotes her new book The Partly Cloudy Patriot.
Tonight, John Miller.
Actor Jason Lee is on tonight promoting his new movie Stealing Harvard.
Tonight, actor Daman Wayans.
Tonight, actor Djimon Hounsou promotes his new movie The Four Feathers.
Tonight, actress Kate Hudson promotes her new movie, The Four Feathers.
Tonight, political commentator and host of ABC's Sunday morning news show This Week, George Stephanopoulos.
Tonight, actress Goldie Hawn.
Tonight, actress Bonnie Hunt.
Tonight, actor Patrick Dempsey promotes his new movie, Sweet Home Alabama.
Tonight, actor David Schwimmer.
Tonight, actress Rita Wilson.
Tonight, actor Jake Gyllenhaal.
Tonight, actress Jill Hennessy.
Tonight, anchor of ABC's World News Tonight, Peter Jennings.
Tonight, conservative political commentator and the host of War Stories with Oliver North, Oliver North.
TONIGHT: North Carolina Senator John Edwards (D).
Live Election Night Special
Rep. Harold Ford
The Nation editor Katrina Vanden Heuvel
TONIGHT: Former Vice-President and Presidential Candidate (D) Al Gore.
Sen. Charles Schumer
Philip Seymour Hoffman
Sen. Joseph Lieberman
John C. Reilly
Tonight, political columnist and author of The Natural, Joe Klein
Jon begins by reporting on the Michael Jackson alert level being raised from mochaccino to pasty. Coincidentally, John Ashcroft increased Homeland Security's alert level from yellow to orange in a segment called "Warning Sickness". The level rose because of specific information, information that as Jon reports, is not specific at all. Senior Terror Alert Level Analyst Rob Corddry talks with Jon about where that information came from. Jon then looks at New York City's reaction to the new threat level.
Finally, Digital Correspondent Ed Helms reports on how to use the internet to find things wou want in a segment called "Digital Watch".
Tonight, actress Bebe Neuwirth promotes her movie How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days.
Jon begins the show by talking with Entertainment Reporter Rob Corddry who woke up at 5:30AM to find out about the Oscar nominations.
Jon then reports at Turkey's refusal to help the U.S. invade Iraq and how Bush is disappointed at this news.
Jon takes an in depth look at North Korea's dictator Kim Jong-il in a segment called "Madman-ography".
Finally, Jon looks at Bush attending a display of hydrogen fueled products & various celebrity's denouncing global warming in a segment called "H2Go".
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Tonight, Ben Affleck promotes his new movie Daredevil.
Jon first looks at the new Osama bin Laden audio tape and Aljazeera's television crawl.
Jon then looks at North Korea's nuclear ambitions and CIA director George Tenet surprised reaction at this news. Jon discusses how this new development will effect our national security and North Korea's Taepodong missile with Senior Defense Analyst Stephen Colbert.
Jon also reports on the outrage against French products because France is against the war.
Finally, Ed Helms looks at government anti-drug commercials in a segment called "ad nauseum".
Tonight, Steve Kroft from 60 Minutes.
Jon starts tonight's show by looking at the snow storm of the century hitting the East Coast in a segment called "Apocalypse Snow". Senior Meteorologist Ed Helms talks about the snow storm as if it were a terrorist attack. For an update on the current weather conditions, Jon talks with Storm Tracker Mo Rocca. Jon forces Mo to go outside to report the weather as opposed to sitting in his cushy weather tracking station.
Finally, millions of people in dozens of country's protested last Saturday against the start of the Iraq war. Jon looks at the various kinds of protests around the world in a segment called "March Madness".
Tonight, actor Jeff Daniels promotes his new movie Gods and Generals.
Jon first reports at France's attempt to try and block countries from joining the E.U. because they support the U.S. going to war in Iraq in a segment called "Showdown: Chirac".
Jon then looks at the new .50 caliber gun by Smith & Wesson, which is strong enough to stop a bear in his tracks in a segment called "Magnum Farce". Ed Helms then reports at a man who is trying to promote guns for toddlers by handing out toy guns in a segment called "Banned Aid".
Finally, Lewis Black discusses rural America and farm animals forced to live like humans in a continuing segment called "Back in Black". Lewis talks about the government forcing farmers to buy toys for their pigs, cow waterbeds to help boost milk production, and cows eating junk food so farmers can save money on expensive feed.
Tonight, actor Luke Wilson promotes his new movie Old School.
Jon starts off by discussing Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge and the television commercial propaganda used to invoke fear into every American that they should prepare for a terrorist attack in a segment called "America Freaks Out II: The Re-Freakening". Jon also mocks the government's ready.gov website, which offers helpful pictures providing info on what to do to during an attack. Senior Security Analyst Rob Corddry talks with Jon about the helpfulness of the site.
Jon then talks about an Iraqi State television version of the Daily Show, which uses a logo depicting George Bush as a Ferengi from Star Trek.
Finally, Rob Corddry's segment "Great Moments in Bartender History" and the first usage of the phrase, "You don't have to go home, but you can't stay here."
Tonight, Monty Python's Eric Idle promotes his latest CD The Rutland Isles.
Jon begins with the arrest of Al-Qaeda's number three man, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed who happens to look like the super of his building in a segment called "Arrested Dishelvelment".
Rob Corddry goes to Greenwich, CT to look at the pain rich kids must endure as only seniors get to drive and park at the local high school, forcing a local rich kid to take the bus in a segment called "Greenwich or Bussed".
Finally, Jon talks about Turkey and the anti-war movement of its people and Parliament who are not allowing U.S. forces to launch the Iraq War from within its border in a segment called "Jive Turkey".
Tonight, former Chairman and CEO of CNN and the former Managing Editor of Time Magazine, Walter Isaacson.
Jon begins with a look at North Korea and its intimidation of a U.S. spy plane by sending 4 of its fighter jets to intercept it in a segment called "Korea in Krisis". How many Top Gun references can Jon fit into this story?
Jon then talks with Stephen Colbert, Senior Disarmament Analyst, about Saddam Hussein's attempt to stop the war before it begins by destroying over 100 of Iraq's missiles.
Finally, Jon looks at traffic in London and how the government is taxing drivers in order to ease congestion in a segment called "Thames the Brakes".
Tonight, actor Adrien Brody promotes his latest movie, The Pianist.
Jon begins the show tonight by reporting on man who was arrested in a mall in Albany, NY for wearing a shirt saying 'Give Peace a Chance'. Incidentally, he bought the shirt in the very same mall.
Jon then looks at George Bush's new faith based initiatives, a goverment initiative that would give federal money to religious groups who perform social services in a segment called "Faith Accompli". Stephen Colbert then takes a look at how the common citizen can create his own religion to cash in on the faith based gravy train in another installment of "Constitution Schmonstitution XXVII: Faith Based Aid".
Finally, Ed Helms highlights March events to look out for in a segment called "Mark Your Calender".
Tonight, comedian David Cross promotes his new CD, Shut Up You F*cking Baby.
Stephen Colbert hosts this episode and begins with a look at a 61 year old man who got arrested at a mall for wearing a shirt saying 'Give Peace a Chance'. Ironically, the man bought the shirt at the exact same mall.
Stephen then looks at students across the U.S. protesting the start of the Iraq War by walking out of class for the day. This is followed up by Rob Corddry's report on the variety of anti-war protests from around the world, including a nude demonstration in Chile.
Finally, Stephen takes a look at the new weaponry the U.S. would use if it goes to war with Iraq in a segment called "Killer Apps".
Tonight, President of the Council of Foreign Relations, Leslie Gelb.
Jon begins tonight reporting on the new date now picked for war, March 17th, St. Patricks Day. Jon notes the insanity that as the war begins, Americans will be partying at the same time.
Jon then reports on the continued U.N. vs. U.S. debate over whether the U.N. will authorize war with Iraq in a segment called "Slowdown: Iraq". Regardless, the U.S. will still go to war disregarding the U.N.'s guideline. Incidentally, that's why the U.S. is invading Iraq in the first place.
Finally, Jon looks at Broadway's orchestra strike in a segment called "The Music Ban". Jon talks with Senior Theatre Analyst Stephen Colbert about this story.
Tonight, comedian Colin Quinn promotes his new show Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn.
Six days until the deadline for war, Jon first looks at the troops waiting for war in Kuwait in a segment called "Waits and Measures". Jon then discusses the impending war and the diplomatic front with Senior U.N. Analyst Stephen Colbert.
Jon then looks at Congress' busy at work renaming their cafeteria food from french fries and toast to freedom fries and freedom toast.
Finally, Ed Helms looks at shock advertising in a segment called "ad nauseam".
Tonight, Dick Gephardt, U.S. Representative (D) from Missouri.
Jon first looks at some telling photos of the Presidenton the phone as he tries to convince other countries about our plans for Iraq.
Next, Jon reports on the most powerful non-nuclear bomb in the U.S. arsenal, the MOAB, which was first tested right here in Florida in a segment caled "Built to Blast".
Finally, Rob Corddry investigates whether children are the future in a segment called "Come On!"
Tonight, actor and star of Ed, Thomas Cavanagh.
Jon first looks at Presidnet Bush's gracious acceptance of a bowl of shamrocks from a group of Irish diplomats.
Jon then talks with Senior Death Analyst Stephen Colbert about the halt of the 300th execution in Texas ten minutes before his execution.
Next, Stacy Grenrock-Woods looks at fenced in buffalo hunting in a segment called "Buffalo Soldiers".
Jon then looks at the scandals surrounding the NCAA, including the University of Georgia's withdrawal from the NCAA tournament due to acedemic fraud in a segment called "March Badness".
Frank DeCaro looks at Oscar nominees for best actress in a segment called "Out at the Movies".
Finally, Rob Corddry with his St. Patricks Day tip.
Tonight, media columnist for The Nation promoting his new book What Liberal Media?
The deadline for the start of the Iraq War is today and Jon looks at how Americans are celebrating St. Patrick's Day. Jon also looks at yesterdays 'coalition of the willing' meeting, which lasted a whole hour in a segment called "Iraq: Are We There Yet?"
Finally, Jon talks with Steve Carell who is in Baghdad awaiting war and is quickly trying to get out of the country.
Tonight, actor Jason Lee promotes his new movie Dreamcatcher.
Jon first looks at the media's bombardment of war graphics and countdowns. Jon then looks at Bush's speech giving Saddam Hussein 48 hours to leave Iraq. Jon discusses with Senior Military Analyst Steve Carell whether Saddam will leave Iraq. Jon then looks at Britain & Australia's Prime Minister's as they try to maintain power amidst criticism surrounding the the war.
Finally, Frank DeCaro looks at the Oscar nominees for best actor in "Out at the Movies".
Tonight, International Affairs Analyst for the Heritage Foundation, John Hulsman.
Jon begins tonight looking at the effect the impending war is having in the U.S. in a segment called "Iraq: Are We There Yet?" Liza Minnelli cancelled her first anniversary party out of respect for the troops. Major League Baseball cancelled its games in Japan. The Oscars add more security. And Jon discusses with Senior Military Ethicist Steve Carell about the dilemma between expressing political opposition and support for the troops.
Finally, Frank DeCaro's look at the Oscar nominees for best picture in "Out at the Movies".
Tonight, comedian Eddie Griffin promotes his new movie DysFunktional Family.
Jon first gives us an update on the beginning of the Iraq War with Senior War Correspondent Ed Helms. Jon then looks at the media's countdown to war.
Finally Steve Carell and Rachael Harris discuss entertainment news in "We Love Showbiz".
Tonight, managing editor of Time Magazine, Jim Kelly.
Jon begins with a look at the Oscars and Michael Moore's speech amidst the onset of the Iraq War in a segment called "Glitzkrieg!". Finally, Stephen Colbert discusses pre-show Oscar activities with Jon.
Tonight, actress Connie Nielsen promotes her new movie Basic.
Jon first looks at the Bush administration's Iraq War budget. Jon discusses the new Hallbiburton contract to put out potential oil fires caused by the war with "Senior" Senior Correspondent Stephen Colbert.
Rob Corddry discusses recent trends in love and dating in a segment called "Love is on the Air".
Finally, Jon looks at the stock markets reaction to the Iraq War and online betting sites taking bets on whether Saddam Hussein dies or not in a segment called "Stock & Awe".
Tonight, singer Ringo Starr promotes his new album Ringo Rama.
Jon first talks with Rob Corddry who is stuck with the troops in Iraq during a sandstorm in a segment called "Desert Storm II: Actual Storm".
Jon then talks about the outbreak of SARS in "You, Your Health, & You".
Ed Helms then looks at how Europeans view Americans abroad and gives us some helpful tips to blend in.
Finally, "Produce Pete with Steve Carell" cooks with beets.
Tonight, actress Hilary Swank promotes her new movie The Core.
Jon first provides an update on the willing, but unfortunately not able participants of the coalition of the willing in a segment called "Coalition of the Piddling". This includes the country of Palau, which Jon delves into deeper with Palau Bureau Chief Rob Corddry. Also, Jon looks into the story of Morocco providing 2000 monkeys offered to help detonate land mines. Jon discusses the impressive size of the coalition of the willing with Senior World International Global Analyst Stephen Colbert.
Finally, Lewis Black looks at the boycotts against French products and Celine Dion's ego in "Back in Black".
Tonight, comedian Chris Rock promotes his new movie Head of State.
Jon begins tonight with an update on the Iraq War with Donald Rumsfeld trying to quelm fears that the war isn't going so well by holding a press conference threatening Iran and Syria. Next, Peter Arnett was fired as a correspondent for NBC after making comments that the Iraq War was going badly in a segment called "Networks of the Battle Stars".
Ed Helms looks at celebrity influence on America in a segment called "Give War a Chance".
Tonight, a former marine sniper and author of Jarhead : A Marine's Chronicle of the Gulf War and Other Battles, Anthony Swofford.
Jon begins tonight with a bit of Iraq War controversy as a movie production company changed a movie poster showing Amanda Bynes giving the peace sign.
"Networks of the Battle Stars" continues with Geraldo Rivera giving away U.S. troop positions by drawing lines in the sand and has been asked to leave Iraq. Stephen Colbert reports live from Iraq on the Geraldo story in a segment called "Cry Me A Rivera".
Finally, Mo Rocca reports on the highlights of the month of April in a segment called "Mark Your Calender".
Tonight, actress Kelly Preston promotes her new movie What a Girl Wants.
Jon begins tonight on the rescue of U.S. soldier Jessica Lynch. Next, Madonna took her American Life music video off of her website for fear that it would offend the troops in a segment called "Like Aversion". Jon also reports on R. Kelly who also wrote a song supporting the troops in a segment called "Feelin' on Yo Duty".
Rob Corddry reports on the truth behind the new movie The Core in a segment called "Hard Core".
Finally, Lewis Black reports on American companies in Iraq like Baskin Robbins and freebies for the troops in "Back in Black"
Tonight, actor Colin Farrell talks about his new movie Phone Booth.
Jon begins tonight with a report on the Department of Defense as they try to assure the American public on the sound pre-war planning behind Iraq in a segment called "Dept. of Defensive". Senior Media Analyst Stephen Colbert talks with Jon about the media's role behind covering the Iraq War.
Next, "Networks of the Battle Stars" continues with a report on MTV as it tries to cater to sensitive types by not airing any videos depicting material like executions, war, and anything made by The B-52's.
Finally, Ed Helms in "Digital Watch" takes a look at cell phone text messaging.
Tonight, chair of the National Council of Women's Organizations who has been fighting against the Augusta National Golf Club to allow female members, Martha Burk.
Jon begins tonight with a report from Baghdad as American troops got hold of Baghdad International Airport in a segment called "Gate Crashers". The Iraqi Information Minister named Mohammed Saeed al-Sahaf puts in his two cents and stands firm while talking to the press, insisting that U.S. pose no threat to Baghdad.
Next, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg bans smoking and proposes selling NYC's image to advertisers in order to raise much needed money. Steve Carell talks about this new advertising blitz in a segment called "Ad Nauseum".
Finally, Jon reports on several groups of musicians who released an anti-war cd in protest of the Iraq War in a segment called "Freedom 'Raq". Jon also gives some helpful hints in distinguishing pro v. anti war songs.
Tonight, actress Susan Sarandon talks about her new movie Ice Bound.
Jon begins tonight reporting on a U.S. air strike over a Baghdad restaurant that Saddam Hussein reportely went to visit his sons at in a segment called "Rubble Without a Cause". Senior War Correspondent Rob Corddry reports from Iraq on where Saddam's remaining troops are hiding. Next, Jon talks about the military's possible discovery of poison which could be used for weapons of mass destruction. Senior Military Analyst Stephen Colbert then talks with Jon about the the possible whereabouts of Saddam. Finally, Mo Rocca talks about conservation efforts during World War II and how U.S. citizens are asked do nothing now during the Iraq War in a segment called "That's Quite Interesting".
Tonight, Ambassador David Scheffer.
Jon begins tonight reporting on Iraq as Saddam Hussein's regime is symbolically toppled, along with his statue. Stephen Colbert reports from downtown Baghdad on this historic moment in a segment called "Tug of War". Iraqi's celebrate their recent freedom by looting dozens of office chairs. Next, Rob Corddry gives us some travel tips to those looking forward to not being killed by terrorists.
TONIGHT: Dennis Miller. Plus, Lewis' "Back In Black"!
Dr. Sanjay Gupta
TONIGHT: Famke Janssen. Plus, Lewis' "Back In Black"!