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The Best of Between the Scenes: Guest Edition
Every now and then, Daily Show guests like to hang out after their interview and let the audience ask them questions. Here are some of the best moments where guests crashed Between the Scenes, featuring Anna Kendrick, John Legend, and Oprah Winfrey.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Correspondent Spotlight: The Best of Mo Rocca
Former Daily Show correspondent Mo Rocca scours the globe for the big and important stories that would otherwise go untold. Mo meets America’s most preeminent porn librarian, Britain’s most laid back football hooligan, an Oregon town riddled with pinochle debauchery, and a man committed to the singular mission of taking down a local clothing store. He also sits down with Jon to discuss the subjective nature of scoring in sports and chats with Trevor about presidential pets and the interesting people he profiles in his latest book, “Mobituaries.”
For more Mo Rocca, listen to his podcast "Mobituaries" — each episode covers his favorite dearly departed people and things worthy of their overdue moment in the spotlight. Listen now https://link.chtbl.com/TDSMobitsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Do Majorette Teams Belong at Predominately White Institutions? | Beyond the Scenes
USC junior Princess Isis Lang started the Cardinal Divas of ‘SC, the school’s new majorette dance team, for her and other Black women on campus. After a video of the team went viral on Twitter, critics didn’t agree with her bringing something rooted in HBCU culture to a predominantly white institution. Host Roy Wood Jr. sits with host of “The HBCU Band Experience” podcast, Dr. Christy A. Walker, and star of Lifetime’s Bring It!, Dianna Williams, to discuss the challenges of creating safe Black spaces on predominantly white college campuses.
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Roy Wood Jr. and Jordan Klepper Investigate Police Bias | TDS Time Machine
The Daily Show travels back to this day in 2015. Pundits across cable news do their best to distort the meaning behind Black Lives Matter which continues to call out racism and bias in America’s police departments. Jordan Klepper and Roy Wood Jr. take to the field to answer once and for all: are cops racist? Chinese President Xi Jinping attends a state dinner in Washington with President Obama. And Chris Christie, seeking the Republican nomination for President, discusses what it’s like communicating his presidential platform on a crowded GOP debate stage.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Government Shutdown: Trump's Total Shutshow
The Daily Show looks back at President Trump’s mismanagement of the longest government shutdown in American history.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.