Season 18 Episodes for The Daily Show
Episode 0 - Bill OReilly

Episode 1 - Arnold Schwarzenegger
The Obama and Romney camps aim low at the debates, the White House responds to violence in Libya, and Arnold Schwarzenegger discusses time travel and his book, Total Recall.

Episode 2 - Liam Neeson
A Pennsylvania judge rules against the states voter ID law, John Oliver asks Herman Cain to save America from foreign debt, and Liam Neeson talks kicking ass in Taken 2.

Episode 3 - Rand Paul
An explosive Obama video resurfaces, Stephen Colbert plays the part of Bill OReilly, and Rand Paul shares libertarian anecdotes from his book, Government Bullies.

Episode 4 - Bill OReilly
Mitt Romneys lies win the first debate, Barack Obama breaks Chris Matthews, Al Gore ponders elevation sickness, and Bill OReilly discusses Killing Kennedy.

Episode 5 - Pete Townshend
Slightly lower unemployment numbers spark conservative conspiracy theories, Sesame Street comes under fire, and Pete Townshend discusses his memoir, Who I Am.

Episode 6 - Ben Affleck
Mitt Romney presents his vague deficit reduction plan, Jessica Williams interviews black Mormons in Utah, and Ben Affleck rescues hostages in Argo.

Episode 7 - Magic Johnson
President Obama slams Mitt Romney over Big Bird comments, Jason Jones explains the polling of polls, and Magic Johnson reveals the secret to his rivalry with Larry Bird.

Episode 8 - Paul Thomas Anderson
Down ticket congressional races intensify, John Oliver reports on a fast growing sector of the US economy, and Paul Thomas Anderson talks writing and directing The Master.

Episode 9 - J. K. Rowling
Joe Biden debates Paul Ryan, Martha Raddatz draws praise as debate moderator, and author J.K. Rowling discusses writing a novel without magic or Harry Potter.

Episode 10 - Eugene Jarecki
Paul Ryan visits a homeless shelter in Ohio, Herman Cain touches on American exceptionalism, and Eugene Jarecki discusses the war on drugs and The House I Live In.

Episode 11 - Nate Silver
Barack Obama shows up for the second presidential debate, John Oliver recruits a focus group, and Nate Silver shares his book, The Signal and the Noise.

Episode 12 - Barack Obama
Samantha Bee explains why women voters are turned off by the debates, and President Obama weighs in on the election, Libya and Joe Bidens swimwear.

Episode 13 - D.L. Hughley
The conservative media exploits an Obama sound bite, Jessica Williams and Samantha Bee follow the Presidents last campaign, and DL Hughley explains The Endangered List.

Episode 14 - Gerard Butler
Mitt Romney and Barack Obama debate foreign policy, John Oliver and Aasif Mandvi share closing election arguments, and Gerard Butler talks surfing in Chasing Mavericks.

Episode 15 - Dakota Meyer
Donald Trump challenges President Obama, military veterans fight the civilian economy, and war hero Dakota Meyer describes a dark day in Afghanistan.

Episode 16 - Nancy Pelosi
Both parties pick winners and losers, an Indiana Senate candidate stirs up controversy, and Nancy Pelosi shares her take on the 2012 presidential election.

Episode 17 - Jon Ronson
Hurricane Sandy reveals government competence, John Oliver and Jason Jones run eighth grade political campaigns, and Jon Ronson shares examples of investigative satire.

Episode 18 - Bob Woodruff
Ohio suffers a storm of political ads, Jason Jones and John Oliver raise student council election funds, and Bob Woodruff promotes the Stand Up For Heroes fundraiser.

Episode 19 - Martha Raddatz
The presidential campaigns wind down, John Oliver and Jason Jones coach young politicians, and Martha Raddatz shares the secret to her debate moderating authority.

Episode 20 - Election Night 2012 This Ends Now
Election night wraps up, the Best F#@king News Team Ever reports future election results, and Samantha Bee interviews undecided voters.

Episode 21 - Nate Silver
Barack Obama defeats Mitt Romney, Karl Rove refuses to admit defeat, Fox News plays the blame game, and Nate Silver explains his forecasting methodology.

Episode 22 - Katie Dellamaggiore & Pobo Efekoro
Colorado legalizes marijuana, John Oliver offers a unique interpretation of the election, and Katie Dellamaggiore and Pobo Efekoro talk Brooklyn Castle.

Episode 23 - Mike Huckabee
New York cleans up after Hurricane Sandy, General Petraeus resigns as head of the CIA, and Mike Huckabee calls for a more inclusive GOP.

Episode 24 - Jason Sudeikis
White House petitioners threaten secession, the Petraeus scandal widens with a second implicated general, and Jason Sudeikis channels Joe Biden and Mitt Romney.

Episode 25 - Jon Meacham
The GOP does well among married women, the BBC confronts a decades long child sex scandal, and Jon Meacham talks Thomas Jefferson The Art of Power.

Episode 26 - Andrew Napolitano
Mitt Romney accuses President Obama of bribery, Al Madrigal investigates Arizonas legislative landscape, and Andrew Napolitano waxes Constitutional.

Episode 27 - David Nasaw
Israel and Hamas call a ceasefire, God works in mysterious ways, and David Nasaw discusses The Patriarch The Remarkable Life and Turbulent Times of Joseph P. Kennedy.

Episode 28 - Warren Buffett & Carol Loomis
Wal Mart employees surrender their front row Black Friday seats, several parties receive blame for the Twinkies death, and Warren Buffett and Carol Loomis talk tax fairness.

Episode 29 - Neil Young
John McCain and Lindsey Graham attack Susan Rice, Marcia Fudge attacks their attack, Jason Jones examines political consulting, and Neil Young brings vinyl sound to digital.

Episode 30 - Calvin Trillin
Mitt Romney joins President Obama for a private White House meeting, John Hodgman threatens to secede, and Calvin Trillin recounts the presidential race in verse.

Episode 31 - Denis Leary
Fox News continues fighting the war on Christmas, Congress debates the filibuster, and Denis Leary spreads holiday cheer in his book, Merry F**kin Christmas.

Episode 32 - R.A. Dickey
The left and right debate fiscal cliff resolutions, House Republicans pass on diversity, and Mets pitcher R.A. Dickey describes the brotherhood of the knuckleball.

Episode 33 - Alan Simpson
Senate Republicans oppose the UNs disability rights treaty, Al Madrigal investigates pot smoking seniors, and Alan Simpson untangles the fiscal cliff.

Episode 34 - Chris Christie
Kate Middleton battles morning sickness, Samantha Bee predicts the royal childs future, and Chris Christie shares details of his hug with Bruce Springsteen.

Episode 35 - Bishop Gene Robinson
Sports commentator Bob Costas switches subjects, Mitch McConnells plan backfires, and Gene Robinson talks being the first openly gay bishop in Christendom.

Episode 36 - Laura Linney
Michigan and Indiana wage economic warfare, Silvio Berlusconi serenades the Italian electorate, and Laura Linney discusses Hyde Park on Hudson.

Episode 37 - Cory Booker
Atheists assault Christmas, North Koreas Kim Jong un averts Armageddon, and Newark Mayor Cory Booker touts his citys economic resurgence.

Episode 38 - Kristen Stewart
Californias Proposition 8 and the Defense of Marriage Act face legal hurdles, Wyatt Cenac completes one last investigation, and Kristen Stewart dances in On the Road.

Episode 39 - Anne Hathaway
America temporarily avoids the Fiscal Cliff, House Republicans vote against a Hurricane Sandy relief package, and Anne Hathaway divulges the ending to Les Miserables.

Episode 40 - Gen. Stanley McChrystal
America debates gun control, Wayne LaPierre calls for a lunatic database, and retired General Stanley McChrystal discusses his memoir, My Share of the Task.

Episode 41 - Jeff Bridges
Former AIG CEO Hank Greenberg sues America, Al Madrigal reports on Detroits Canadian problem, and Jeff Bridges talks The Dude and the Zen Master.

Episode 42 - Josh Brolin
The government considers minting a trillion dollar coin, Al Gore sells Current TV to Al Jazeera, and Josh Brolin discusses his handsome role in Gangster Squad.

Episode 43 - Roger Waters
Paul Krugman teaches brand awareness, Jessica Williams parses President Obamas personal diversity, John Oliver investigates investigations, and Roger Waters battles the flu.

Episode 44 - Bob Schieffer
Lance Armstrong opens up to Oprah, Clarence Thomas speaks for the first time in seven years, and Bob Schieffer prepares for his 13th presidential inauguration.

Episode 45 - Jessica Chastain
The White House and the NRA debate gun control measures, House Republicans vote against Hurricane Sandy relief, and Jessica Chastain talks Zero Dark Thirty.

Episode 46 - Lena Dunham
President Obama addresses gun control, the White House rebuffs a petition to build a Death Star, and Lena Dunham is a Golden Globes newbie.

Episode 47 - Sonia Sotomayor
President Obama is sworn in for a second term, the Best F#@king News Team Ever experiments with inauguration hairstyles, and Sonia Sotomayor talks My Beloved World.

Episode 48 - Jennifer Lopez
President Obama is sworn in for his second presidential term, Beyonce sings the National Anthem, and Jennifer Lopez discusses her new action film, Parker.

Episode 49 - Missy Cummings
Paul Ryan reviews President Obamas inaugural speech, Israel is no friend to Benjamin Netanyahu, and Missy Cummings shares the many applications of drones.

Episode 50 - Christopher Walken
House Republicans press Hillary Clinton on Benghazi intelligence, Chinas smog problem helps Americas self esteem, and Christopher Walken talks Stand Up Guys.

Episode 51 - Bob Costas
Women gain access to front line combat, North Korea promises to settle accounts with the United States, and Bob Costas discusses the American cultures of guns and football.

Episode 52 - Melissa McCarthy
Would be right wing homesteaders envision a perfect society, homosexuality comes to the Boy Scouts and the NFL, and Melissa McCarthy blames Jason Bateman for Identity Thief.

Episode 53 - Al Gore
Republicans reach out to Latino voters, and Al Gore talks climate, democracy, and his book, The Future Six Drivers of Global Change.

Episode 54 - Jason Bateman
The Senate investigates a range of gun control measures, President Obama makes a controversial skeet shooting remark, and Jason Bateman discusses Identity Thief.

Episode 55 - Michelle Rhee
The Super Bowl suffers a power failure, Chinese hackers infiltrate the New York Times, and education reformer Michelle Rhee discusses her book, Radical.

Episode 56 - Ray Kelly
Republicans explore alternative methods of voter outreach, Facebook frustrates Germany, and Ray Kelly talks gun control and large sodas.

Episode 57 - Ed Whitacre
The Obama administration is questioned over its legal basis for drone strikes, the British government addresses gay marriage, and Ed Whitacre discusses GMs revival.

Episode 58 - Neil Barofsky
The White House opens up about drones, the United States Postal Service changes its work schedule, and Neil Barofsky talks banks and bailouts.

Episode 59 - George Stephanopoulos
Pope Benedict XVI steps down, Harvard fails to produce the best cheaters, and George Stephanopoulos talks State of the Union addresses past and future.

Episode 60 - Mike Piazza
North Korea goes miniature, Lewis Black looks to the real gun control experts, and Mike Piazza talks baseball, steroids, and his book, Long Shot.

Episode 61 - Fawzia Koofi
President Obama updates America on the State of the Union, Marco Rubio takes a water break, and Fawzia Koofi discusses her book, The Favored Daughter.

Episode 62 - Susan E. Rice
CNN owns the cruise ship story, John Oliver meets with the secretary general of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation, and Susan Rice shares her side of the Benghazi story.

Episode 63 - Alison Brie
Great Britain questions the quality of its fast food, a meteor explosion over Russia fails to resonate, and Alison Brie talks Community, Mad Men, and Springsteen.

Episode 64 - Helaine Olen
Republicans revenge themselves on Chuck Hagel, Mississippi ratifies the 13th Amendment, and Helaine Olen discusses her book, Pound Foolish.

Episode 65 - Steven Brill
The White House vows greater transparency, Jessica Williams joins up with Texas secessionists, and Steven Brill discusses his health care industry investigation.

Episode 66 - Donnie Wahlberg
Mississippis Dick Molpus is vindicated, Samantha Bee prepares for post sequester America, and Donnie Wahlberg straddles the police communities of Boston and New York.

Episode 67 - Lori Silverbush & Kristi Jacobson
Dov Hikind addresses the blackface controversy, Robert Gibbs acknowledges the drone program, and Lori Silverbush and Kristi Jacobson discuss hunger and A Place at the Table.

Episode 68 - R.J. Cutler
Wall Street enjoys a boom, Italy wanders into a religious and political power vacuum, and R.J. Cutler describes The World According to Dick Cheney.

Episode 69 - Rachel Maddow
Bob Woodward runs afoul of the White House, Jason Jones battles maple syrup addiction, and Rachel Maddow decodes the Supreme Court.

Episode 70 - Paul Rudd
Congress punishes itself by not punishing itself, Dennis Rodman reaches out to Kim Jong un, and Paul Rudd discusses his life on the Supreme Court.

Episode 71 - Sandra Day OConnor
The Supreme Court reconsiders the Voting Rights Act, and Sandra Day OConnor discusses her life on the bench and her book, Out of Order.

Episode 72 - Neil DeGrasse Tyson
Rand Paul filibusters for real, Al Madrigal questions Puerto Ricos desire for statehood, and Neil deGrasse Tyson explains the Russian meteor event.

Episode 73 - Tom Coughlin
Biological imperatives end Rand Pauls filibuster, potential papal successors gather in Rome, and Tom Coughlin discusses his book, Earn the Right to Win.

Episode 74 - Peter Dinklage
Barack Obama brokers Middle Eastern peace, Al Madrigal investigates a lesser known form of gun violence, and Game of Thrones Peter Dinklage coins a phrase.

Episode 75 - Michael Moss
Republicans reboot, Larry Wilmore offers the GOP minority outreach advice, and Salt Sugar Fat author Michael Moss shares processed food industry secrets.

Episode 76 - Eva Mendes
Government doesnt work for returning veterans, the Supreme Court weighs in on same sex marriage, and Eva Mendes talks The Place Beyond the Pines.

Episode 77 - Denise Kiernan
The Supreme Court hears gay marriage arguments, Rupert Murdoch looks to expand his reach in LA, and Denise Kiernan investigates the women of the Manhattan Project.

Episode 78 - Mary Roach
Egypt suffers democratic growing pains, John Oliver investigates violence against guns, and Mary Roach demystifies the digestive process.

Episode 79 - Jonathan Sperber
Kim Jong un fails to take the hint, Pope Francis I makes his mark, and author Jonathan Sperber delves into the personal life of Karl Marx.

Episode 80 - Sheryl Sandberg
Congress anonymously supports genetically modified food, Republicans look to re rebrand, and Sheryl Sandberg offers suggestions to close the gender gap.

Episode 81 - Danny Boyle
Rutgers University fires its basketball coach, CNN evolves goats and the news, the Department of Veterans Affairs needs help, and Danny Boyle talks Trance and the Queen.

Episode 82 - David Stockman
President Obamas budget proposal satisfies no one, Jessica Williams talks pubic lice with John Waters, and David Stockman predicts another economic crash.

Episode 83 - Jimmy Carter
Virginias Cooch revives the states anti sodomy laws, a Tennessee lawmaker takes on the young and poor, and Jimmy Carter celebrates his defeat of the guinea worm.

Episode 84 - Ken Burns
Senate Republicans thwart the UNs assault on the Second Amendment, China tunes in, and Ken Burns seeks justice in The Central Park Five.

Episode 85 - Edie Falco
Crazy Rand Paul visits Howard University, Aasif Mandvi delves into the complicated financial world of student athletics, and Edie Falco talks theater and Nurse Jackie.

Episode 86 - Tom Cruise
The Senate proposes a long and arduous path to citizenship, Lewis Black takes on poverty in America, and an ageless Tom Cruise talks Oblivion.

Episode 87 - Ricky Gervais
CNN goes down speculation road, the United States is accused of torture, and Ricky Gervais brings back his character from The Office.

Episode 88 - Mark Mazzetti
The Senate fails once again, John Oliver proves that gun control actually does work, and Mark Mazzetti sheds light on the CIAs secret wars.

Episode 89 - Christina Hendricks
The Czech Republic ambassador clears the air, CNN covers every moment of the Boston manhunt, and Christina Hendricks considers possible Mad Men spinoffs.

Episode 90 - Salman Rushdie
The STOCK Act gets the Congressional treatment, John Oliver continues his Australian gun control investigation, and writer Salman Rushdie transitions to filmmaking.

Episode 91 - Bassem Youssef
Fox News questions the Constitution, John Hodgman finds an investment alternative to gold, and Bassem Youssef considers the humorlessness of government.

Episode 92 - Vali Nasr
The George W. Bush Presidential Library opens for business, John Oliver concludes his investigation of Australian gun control, and Vali Nasr analyzes American foreign policy.

Episode 93 - Jon Hamm
Congress feels the sequester pinch, the Elvis impersonator accused of mailing ricin to government officials is found innocent, and Jon Hamm talks Mad Mens sixth season.

Episode 94 - Robert Downey Jr
Syria questions Americas resolve and line drawing ability, longtime NBA center Jason Collins comes out as gay, and Robert Downey Jr. dons his Iron Man 3 promotional suit.

Episode 95 - Kay Bailey Hutchison
Guantanamo goes on hunger strike, Ted Cruz rankles everybody, and Kay Bailey Hutchison identifies Texas independent roots.

Episode 96 - Eric Greitens
Paper joins the axis of evil, the Best F#@king News Team Ever tracks down a fugitive document, and Eric Greitens lays out his plan to help returning veterans.

Episode 97 - Christiane Amanpour
The NRA does its best CPAC impression, and Christiane Amanpour bets on CNNs resurgence.

Episode 98 - Mindy Kaling
Chris Christie goes under the knife, Jessica Williams learns the real meaning of Cinco de Mayo, and Mindy Kaling divulges her Met Ball 2013 punk credentials.

Episode 99 - Carey Mulligan
Benghazi gate continues apace, CNN pulls a fast one, and Carey Mulligan immerses herself in the flapper culture of The Great Gatsby.

Episode 100 - David Sedaris
The Jodi Arias trial ends, Aasif Mandvi steers wayward youth away from dead end college degrees, and David Sedaris talks Lets Explore Diabetes with Owls.

Episode 101 - J.J. Abrams
The IRS apologizes for targeting conservative political groups, the government does something right, and J.J. Abrams notes the differences between Star Trek and Star Wars.

Episode 102 - Nathan Lane
President Obama takes a question about the IRS, Jessica Williams counsels a wayward conservative, and Nathan Lane shares his personal theme song.

Episode 103 - Olympia Snowe
The Obama administration is hit by Hurricane Scandy, Donald Rumsfeld and Dick Cheney call for more government accountability, and Olympia Snowe considers bipartisanship.

Episode 104 - George Packer
The 2016 presidential election heats up, Disney neglects its parenting duties, and George Packer surveys three decades of American life in his book, The Unwinding.

Episode 105 - Ellen Page
The Obama administration deploys some guy to do damage control, China flushes away all traces of a mysterious ooze, and Ellen Page sings Canadas praises.

Episode 106 - Phil Jackson
Torontos mayor learns that crack is whack, Al Madrigal tracks down former MSNBC pundit Dylan Ratigan, and Phil Jackson talks basketball and managing big egos.

Episode 107 - Bill OReilly
The IRS proves short on answers, Apple answers for its tax dodge, Peggy Noonan ranks presidential scandals, and Bill OReilly considers the Obama administrations troubles.

Episode 108 - Morgan Freeman
The Obama administration prosecutes dangerous potheads and journalists, Jason Jones measures conservative reactions to IRS profiling, and Morgan Freeman waxes scientific.

Episode 109 - Maxim Pozdorovkin & Mike Lerner
The IRS gets a taste of its own medicine, John McCain visits Syrian rebels, and Mike Lerner and Maxim Pozdorovkin explain the meaning of Pussy Riot.

Episode 110 - Brian Williams
China wins the Iraq War, health officials warn of a global MERS epidemic, and Brian Williams weighs in on press freedoms.

Episode 111 - Jon Favreau
Chris Christie calls for a special election, Jessica Williams observes Tennessees signature health care initiative, and Jon Favreau looks back on his White House days.

Episode 112 - No Guests
New York City residents react to Citi Bike, Jon announces his trip to Iran, and John Oliver seizes power.

Episode 113 - Seth Rogen
Details of the governments domestic surveillance practices emerge, the Best F#@king News Team Ever congratulates John Oliver, and Seth Rogen talks This Is the End.

Episode 114 - Armando Iannucci
Republican senators respond to the NSA surveillance controversy, Al Madrigal exposes undercover whistleblowers, and Armando Iannucci talks American politics and Veep.

Episode 115 - Mavis Staples
The Summer of the Whistleblower continues, Lewis Black scrutinizes cutting edge technologies, and Mavis Staples performs songs from her album, One True Vine.

Episode 116 - Fareed Zakaria
The Summer of the Whistleblower continues, Lewis Black scrutinizes cutting edge technologies, and Mavis Staples performs songs from her album, One True Vine.

Episode 117 - Linda Cardellini
Sarah Palin quits quitting, Iran votes for Mahmoud Ahmadinejads replacement, Sam Bee reports on a bullied majority, and Linda Cardellini talks Mad Men.

Episode 118 - Jim Gaffigan
The Senate nearly accomplishes something, Mick Foley issues an immigration reform challenge, and Jim Gaffigan reflects on fatherhood.

Episode 119 - Dawn Porter
President Obama doesnt feel the love in Germany, the Supreme Court rules on human gene patenting, and Dawn Porter reflects on underappreciated public defenders.

Episode 120 - Tom Brokaw
Paula Deen finds herself embroiled in controversy, old timey gangster stories dominate the news, and Tom Brokaw discusses technological innovations in news.

Episode 121 - Maggie Gyllenhaal
Jason Jones learns about the Canadian financial services industry, Edward Snowden eludes the media and the authorities, and Maggie Gyllenhaal discusses White House Down.

Episode 122 - Questlove
The Supreme Court takes on the Voting Rights Act, George Zimmermans lawyer starts the trial with a joke, and Ahmir Questlove Thompson links hip hop and The Cosby Show.

Episode 123 - Josh Fox
The Best F#@king News Team Ever responds to the Supreme Courts DOMA decision, Kristen Schaal cheers Wendy Davis, and Josh Fox discusses his film, Gasland Part II.

Episode 124 - Tom Goldstein
Jon Stewart says hello, Justice Scalia objects to the DOMA ruling, Edward Snowden turns up in a Moscow airport, and Tom Goldstein explains the Supreme Courts decisions.

Episode 125 - Aaron Sorkin
The George Zimmerman murder trial concludes, Al Madrigal questions Latinos about other Latinos, and Aaron Sorkin talks CNN and The Newsroom.

Episode 126 - Helen Mirren
The Senate avoids destroying itself, Kate Middletons unborn child keeps his or her fans waiting, and Helen Mirren explains why she enjoys touching celebrities.

Episode 127 - Reza Aslan
Eliot Spitzer and Anthony Weiner poll well in NYC, Lewis Black responds to Rick Perrys job offer, and Reza Aslan considers the historical Jesus in his book, Zealot.

Episode 128 - Sarah Vowell
Egyptians mark the end of democracy, CNN rocks the news, and Sarah Vowell sits in for her friend, the late David Rakoff.

Episode 129 - Louis C.K.
A royal son is born, Edward Snowden considers moving out of the Moscow airport, Detroit goes bankrupt, and Louis C.K. talks Woody Allen and Blue Jasmine.

Episode 130 - Richard Haass
The Best F#@king News Team Ever reports on the royal birth, and foreign policy expert Richard Haass reflects on the importance of domestic stability.

Episode 131 - Shailene Woodley
Anthony Weiner becomes Carlos Danger, Larry Wilmore begins a conversation on race, and Shailene Woodley discusses The Spectacular.

Episode 132 - Bob Bradley
Goldman Sachs gets into the aluminum game, Aasif Mandvi tries convincing someone to run for Congress, and Bob Bradley talks Egyptian soccer and the World Cup.

Episode 133 - Mark Leibovich
Edward Snowden receives a literary care package, Congress agrees on something, Anthony Weiner gets more bad news, and Mark Leibovich surveys the Washington landscape.

Episode 134 - Tim Gunn
Judge Johnny judges Halliburton, Lance Armstrong and Joe Biden, Pope Francis changes the Catholic tone toward homosexuality, and Tim Gunn talks Project Runway.

Episode 135 - Hank Azaria
Congress continues being unpopular, Jason Jones travels to Kentucky, Anthony Weiner 9 11s his d**k pics, and Hank Azaria discusses Lovelace.

Episode 136 - Colin Quinn
Americas fast food workers demand better pay, Hillary Clintons lunch ignites 2016 election buzz, and Colin Quinn teaches Constitutional history.

Episode 137 - Neal Thompson
The 2016 Republican presidential field expands, politics engulfs sports and the royal baby, and Neal Thompson recounts the life of Robert Ripley in A Curious Man.

Episode 138 - Liam Hemsworth
Tax reform terrifies politicians who want tax reform, Jessica Williams and Samantha Bee debate the race question, and Liam Hemsworth talks sports and white collar crime.

Episode 139 - Lake Bell
President Obama breaks his date with Vladimir Putin, David Cameron takes away Englands porn, Shark Week is engulfed in shark troversy, and Lake Bell talks filmmaking.

Episode 140 - Kirsten Gillibrand
The SEC holds big banks accountable in small ways, Obama speaks out on sexual assault in the military, and Kirsten Gillibrand criticizes how the military handles such cases.

Episode 141 - Rand Paul
Chris Matthews makes 2016 election predictions, Australias federal candidates slip up, Dr. Sanjay Gupta turns pro pot, and Senator Rand Paul talks health care.

Episode 142 - Joshua Oppenheimer
A judge goes after NYCs stop and frisk policies, Jessica Williams demands stop and frisk on Wall Street, and Joshua Oppenheimer describes his film, The Act of Killing.

Episode 143 - Regis Philbin
Amazons Jeff Bezos takes over The Washington Post, Elon Musk dreams up a supersonic transport capsule, and Regis Philbin describes his sports talk show, Crowd Goes Wild.

Episode 144 - Simon Pegg
Protestors oppose Russias gay propaganda ban, Anthony Weiner insults BuzzFeed, former correspondents bid farewell to John Oliver, and Simon Pegg talks The Worlds End.

Episode 145 - Andrew Harper
Jon returns from the Middle East, Syria crosses Americas red line, and Andrew Harper explains the reality for Syrian refugees in Jordan.

Episode 146 - Mario Livio
John McCain shows his poker face, Samantha Bee searches for common ground with Russia, and Mario Livio shares some of sciences greatest blunders.

Episode 147 - Michael C. Hall
The New York City Democratic mayoral candidates debate the issues, Anthony Weiner fights back, and Michael C. Hall discusses the final season of Dexter.

Episode 148 - Sheri Fink
Americans debate intervention in Syria, Bashar al Assad launches a campaign to charm the west, Republican mayoral candidates clash, and Sheri Fink prepares for disaster.

Episode 149 - Bill Dedman
John Kerry offers inadvertent hope for peace in Syria, a drug boat burns off the coast of Italy, and Bill Dedman sheds light on a reclusive heiress.

Episode 150 - Bob Odenkirk & David Cross
Bill de Blasio wins the New York City Democratic primary, members of Congress address Egypts people, and David Cross and Bob Odenkirk talk Hollywood Said No

Episode 151 - Billy Crystal
Vladimir Putin assumes the role of peacemaker, Aasif Mandvi reports on the plight of biotech companies, and Billy Crystal recounts a bygone era in comedy.

Episode 152 - Robert Reich
Lindsey Graham declares war on not going to war in Syria, Pope Francis takes aim at Catholic dogma, and Robert Reich predicts a return to progressivism.

Episode 153 - Jake Gyllenhaal
CNN learns the wrong lessons from Boston, the Best F#@king News Team Ever speculatively reports a Godzilla attack, and Jake Gyllenhaal talks Prisoners.

Episode 154 - Hugh Jackman
Washington D.C. gun laws prove ineffective, Al Madrigal tests the limits of southern hospitality, and Hugh Jackman embraces the darkness in Prisoners.

Episode 155 - Chelsea Clinton
Businesses circumvent Obamacare, Aasif Mandvi celebrates Indias Miss America victory, and Chelsea Clinton shares details of her work at the Clinton Foundation.

Episode 156 - Richard Dawkins
Republicans rally against Obamacare, Jessica Williams reports on the future of international shipping, and Richard Dawkins compares science and religion.

Episode 157 - Atoms for Peace
Ted Cruz takes a stand against the Affordable Care Act, and Thom Yorke and Flea perform songs from their joint project, Atoms for Peace.

Episode 158 - Robin Williams
President Hassan Rouhani of Iran hits New York, Pope Francis and Republicans disagree on scriptural matters, and Robin Williams talks The Crazy Ones.

Episode 160 - David Mitchell

Episode 161 - Sandra Bullock

Episode 162 - Kerry Washington