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.
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