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Buzz In: What Are Your Favorite Daily Show Moments?

The Daily Show is celebrating 10 years with Jon Stewart as host this month, which seems amazing to me — I remember watching some of his earliest shows when I was still in high school! Variety has some awesome coverage of Stewart's anniversary, including a list of some of the most important moments in Daily Show history.

Most important is one thing — but what about funniest or most memorable? I've been looking up some of my favorite Daily Show moments of the past decade, including Stewart's interviews with Sandra Bullock, his Bush vs. Bush debate, and Rob Corddry's amazing "We Didn't Start the Fire"-style explanation of the Judith Miller case. What moments stand out most to you?

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sorano916 sorano916 7 years
While there are numerous hilarious moments, the best remembered one is of Jon's speech after the September 11 attacks. It was raw and brought tears and hope.
hyzenthlay20 hyzenthlay20 7 years
eowynnie, that's EXACTLY what I thought of first! I LOVED the Even Stepvhens segments.
eowynnie eowynnie 7 years
I loved the Even Stevphens segments when both Stephen Colbert and Steve Carrell were on the show! Oh, I miss those...
popcorn19 popcorn19 7 years
I fell in love long, long ago. But the segment I am remembering most right now is when Cheney shot his friend in the face. Stewart's faces were priceless, and the images of the Sega Genesis (?) "Duck Hunt" game just have since stuck in my memory.
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