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.
Season 7 Episode 123 of The Daily Show resulted in a 0.00 rating in the 18-49 demographic.
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