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.
Season 7 Episode 101 of The Daily Show resulted in a 0.00 rating in the 18-49 demographic.
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