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".
Season 7 Episode 104 of The Daily Show resulted in a 0.00 rating in the 18-49 demographic.
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