The Daily Show with Trevor Noah Season 23

Season 23

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah Season 23

First Air Date: October 02, 2017

First Aired on    :   2017
Episodes    :   157 episodes



Episodes

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23x157 America Ferrera (September 27, 2018)


Emotions run high as Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and Brett Kavanaugh testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee, and America Ferrera discusses her book “American Like Me.”


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23x156 Bill Gates (September 26, 2018)


Brett Kavanaugh faces a third sexual misconduct allegation, Roy Wood Jr. goes to extremes to bridge America’s partisan divide, and Bill Gates discusses Goalkeepers.


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23x155 M.I.A. (September 25, 2018)


Brett Kavanaugh insists that he was a virgin in college, Neal Brennan implores Trump-supporting Republicans to find Jesus, and M.I.A. discusses “Matangi / Maya / M.I.A.”


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23x154 Jenny Han (September 24, 2018)


A second woman accuses Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, Michael Kosta and Roy Wood Jr. tackle sports headlines, and Jenny Han discusses “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before.”


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23x153 Tracey Ullman (September 20, 2018)


Roy Wood Jr. comes up with a sci-fi solution for a racially charged problem, Desi Lydic addresses helicopter parenting, and Tracey Ullman discusses “Tracey Ullman’s Show.”


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23x152 Eli Saslow & Derek Black (September 19, 2018)


Controversy swirls around Bert and Ernie’s sexuality, Brett Kavanaugh faces sexual assault allegations, and Eli Saslow and Derek Black discuss “Rising Out of Hatred.”


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23x151 José Andrés (September 13, 2018)


The World’s Fakest News Team forecasts more disastrous tweets from President Trump, Trevor pitches a Trump-inspired Magic 8 Ball, and José Andrés discusses “We Fed an Island.”


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23x150 Anna Kendrick (September 12, 2018)


The East Coast braces for Hurricane Florence, Roy Wood Jr. investigates structural racism in Boston, and Anna Kendrick chats about her role in “A Simple Favor.”


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23x149 Mitski (September 11, 2018)


President Trump continues his tradition of behaving badly on 9/11, Michael Kosta examines a midterm race in Orange County, CA, and musician Mitski discusses “Be the Cowboy.”


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23x148 Amy Klobuchar & Kevin Love (September 10, 2018)


Barack Obama takes aim at President Trump, Senator Amy Klobuchar discusses “Nevertheless, We Persisted,” and Cleveland Cavaliers player Kevin Love sits down with Trevor.


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23x147 Maggie Gyllenhaal (September 06, 2018)


Conservatives claim to be censored by Facebook and Twitter, Senator Kamala Harris grills Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, and Maggie Gyllenhaal discusses “The Deuce.”


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23x146 April Ryan (September 05, 2018)


An anonymous White House official blasts President Trump in the New York Times, Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court hearings continue, and CNN’s April Ryan discusses “Under Fire.”


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23x145 DeRay Mckesson (September 04, 2018)


Trevor examines high-profile boycotts, tensions rise at Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation hearing, and DeRay Mckesson discusses “On the Other Side of Freedom.”


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23x144 D.L. Hughley (August 16, 2018)


Fired FBI agent Peter Strzok gets a major boost via GoFundMe, Hasan Minhaj tries to save MoviePass, and comedian D.L. Hughley discusses his book “How Not to Get Shot.”


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23x143 Jimmy O. Yang (August 15, 2018)


Roy Wood Jr. reacts to Donald Trump’s alleged use of the N-word, Ronny Chieng learns about deregulation, and Jimmy O. Yang discusses “Crazy Rich Asians” and “How to American.”


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23x142 Omarosa Manigault Newman (August 14, 2018)


Dulce Sloan demands equal pay for black women, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan takes a page from the Trump playbook, and Omarosa Manigault Newman talks about “Unhinged.”


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23x141 Spike Lee (August 13, 2018)


Omarosa Manigault Newman releases two secretly taped White House conversations, a Unite the Right rally fizzles out in Washington, D.C., and Spike Lee talks “BlacKkKlansman.”


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23x140 Emma Gonzalez & Matt Deitsch (August 09, 2018)


Mothers face harassment for breastfeeding in public, the first black “Peanuts” character turns 50, and March For Our Lives activists Emma Gonzalez and Matt Deitsch stop by.


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23x139 Big Boi (August 08, 2018)


The Trump administration targets legal immigrants, Lewis Black rails against summer camp programs for adults, and rapper-producer Big Boi discusses his album “Boomiverse.”


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23x138 Rob Corddry (August 07, 2018)


Former Trump campaign official Rick Gates testifies against Paul Manafort, Hasan Minhaj explores the history of presidential pardons, and “Dog Days” star Rob Corddry stops by.


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23x137 Stacey Abrams (August 06, 2018)


President Trump bashes LeBron James on Twitter, Trevor explains why Iran and America aren’t friends, and Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams talks “Minority Leader.”


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23x136 A$AP Rocky (August 02, 2018)


Former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort goes on trial, Attorney General Jeff Sessions creates a Religious Liberty Task Force, and A$AP Rocky discusses his album “Testing.”


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23x135 Michael McFaul (August 01, 2018)


The debate over 3D-printed “ghost guns” heats up, Jim Jordan runs for House Speaker amid a sexual assault scandal, and Michael McFaul discusses “From Cold War to Hot Peace.”


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23x134 Skylar Grey (July 31, 2018)


Beyonce takes over a cover issue of Vogue, Michael Kosta weighs in on the GOP’s latest proposed tax cut for the rich, and Skylar Grey chats with Trevor about her music career.


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23x133 Andrea Mitchell (July 30, 2018)


Rudy Giuliani attempts to smear Michael Cohen, Trevor announces the book version of “The Donald J. Trump Presidential Twitter Library,” and MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell stops by.


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23x132 Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (July 26, 2018)


President Trump tries to undo the effects of his own policies, a global heat wave alarms scientists, and New York congressional candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez stops by.


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23x131 Bo Burnham (July 25, 2018)


Audio of an exchange between Donald Trump and Michael Cohen raises eyebrows, Roy Wood Jr. meets online victims of mistaken identity, and Bo Burnham discusses “Eighth Grade.”


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23x130 Michael Scott Moore (July 24, 2018)


The Trump administration targets environmental protection laws, Desi Lydic investigates Staten Island’s deer problem, and Michael Scott Moore talks “The Desert and the Sea.”


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23x129 Tip “T.I.” Harris (July 23, 2018)


President Trump tweets an all-caps threat to Iran’s president, Roy Wood Jr. and Ronny Chieng react to bizarre baseball news, and Tip “T.I.” Harris talks “The Grand Hustle.”


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23x128 Daveed Diggs & Rafael Casal (July 19, 2018)


Michael Kosta reacts to the arrest of alleged Russian agent Maria Butina, Roy Wood Jr. highlights conspiracy theories, and Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal talk “Blindspotting.”


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23x127 Annie Lowrey (July 18, 2018)


The FDA mulls a ban on labeling non-dairy products as “milk,” Trevor does a deep dive into the life of Nelson Mandela, and Annie Lowrey discusses her book “Give People Money.”


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23x126 Wiz Khalifa (July 17, 2018)


President Trump walks back his comment supporting Russia over the U.S., Ronny Chieng tackles a chicken coop craze among millionaires, and Wiz Khalifa talks “Rolling Papers 2.”


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23x125 Boots Riley (July 16, 2018)


President Trump cozies up to Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, Gina Yashere reacts to Trump’s disastrous visit to the U.K., and Boots Riley discusses his film “Sorry to Bother You.”


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23x124 Darnell L. Moore (June 28, 2018)


Hasan Minhaj reacts to Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement, Trevor highlights progress for LGBTQ rights, and Darnell L. Moore discusses “No Ashes in the Fire.”


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23x123 Janet Mock (June 27, 2018)


Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez beats Joe Crowley in New York’s primary election, Michael Kosta examines the political perils of anti-Trump rhetoric, and Janet Mock discusses “Pose.”


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23x122 Bill Clinton & James Patterson (June 26, 2018)


Confrontations with Trump officials ignite a civility debate, Michael Kosta attends a Trump rally, and Bill Clinton and James Patterson discuss “The President Is Missing.”


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23x121 J Prince (June 25, 2018)


A Virginia restaurant ejects Sarah Huckabee Sanders, a white woman calls the cops on an eight-year-old black girl, and J Prince discusses “The Art & Science of Respect.”


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23x120 June 21, 2018 (June 21, 2018)



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23x119 June 20, 2018 (June 20, 2018)



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23x118 June 19, 2018 (June 19, 2018)



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23x117 June 18, 2018 (June 18, 2018)



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23x116 Mike Colter (June 14, 2018)


Actor Mike Colter, star of “Marvel's Luke Cage.”


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23x115 Ian Bremmer (June 13, 2018)


Ian Bremmer, Eurasia group president and author ( “Us vs. Them: The Failure of Globalism.”)


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23x114 Eric Garcetti (June 12, 2018)


Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti stops by the Daily Show.


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23x113 Kirsten Gillibrand, Don Christensen, BriGette McCoy (June 11, 2018)


Ian Bremmer, Eurasia group president and author ( “Us vs. Them: The Failure of Globalism.”)


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23x112 Regina King (June 07, 2018)


EPA chief Scott Pruitt takes heat for possible ethics violations, the NFL's Malcolm Jenkins silently fires back at President Trump, and Regina King discusses "Seven Seconds."


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23x111 Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie (June 06, 2018)


Trevor highlights how Facebook thrives on polarization, Ronny Chieng tackles adventure playgrounds, and feminist author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie discusses "Dear Ijeawele."


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23x110 Brian Tyree Henry (June 05, 2018)


The Miss America pageant ditches its swimsuit contest, Hasan Minhaj wonders if President Trump is converting to Islam, and actor Brian Tyree Henry chats about "Hotel Artemis."


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23x109 Awkwafina (June 04, 2018)


President Trump's legal team argues that he can't be charged with a crime, the U.S.-North Korea summit is back on, and Awkwafina talks "Ocean's 8" and "Crazy Rich Asians."


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23x108 Cynthia Nixon (May 31, 2018)


Kim Kardashian meets with President Trump at the White House, Ronny Chieng takes aim at a greedy televangelist, and Cynthia Nixon discusses her bid for governor of New York.


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23x107 Tarana Burke (May 30, 2018)


President Trump pushes a wild conspiracy theory to discredit the FBI, Fox News pundits react to Roseanne Barr's racist tweet, and Tarana Burke discusses the Me Too movement.


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23x106 Johnny Knoxville (May 29, 2018)


Immigration officials separate families at the U.S.-Mexico border, Roy Wood Jr. contributes to Starbucks's racial bias training, and Johnny Knoxville discusses "Action Point."


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23x105 Terry Crews (May 16, 2018)


Betsy DeVos shutters investigations into for-profit colleges, John Bolton jeopardizes U.S.-North Korea peace talks, and Terry Crews discusses "Brooklyn Nine-Nine."


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23x104 Gayle King (May 15, 2018)


President Trump ends his nights by chatting with Sean Hannity, Ronny Chieng weighs in on Michigan's first police cat, and CBS's Gayle King discusses her book "Note to Self."


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23x103 Michael C. Hall (May 14, 2018)


President Trump opens a controversial U.S. embassy in Jerusalem, John Kelly makes disparaging remarks about Mexican immigrants, and Michael C. Hall chats about "Safe."


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23x102 Joaquin Castro (May 10, 2018)


A black Yale student is interrogated by police for napping, Desi Lydic investigates a refugee flow from the U.S. to Canada, and Rep. Joaquin Castro sits down with Trevor.


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23x101 Diane Guerrero (May 09, 2018)


Don Blankenship loses his Senate primary bid in West Virginia, Trevor highlights gun-happy police officers, and Diane Guerrero discusses her memoir "In the Country We Love."


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23x100 Jon Meacham (May 08, 2018)


President Trump ditches the Iran nuclear deal, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman faces sexual abuse allegations, and Jon Meacham discusses "The Soul of America."


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23x99 Ronan Farrow (May 07, 2018)


An NHL player goes on a face-licking spree, Michael Kosta breaks down Rudy Giuliani's defense strategy for President Trump, and Ronan Farrow discusses his book "War on Peace."


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23x98 David Blaine (May 03, 2018)


Rudy Giuliani lights a fire under the Stormy Daniels scandal, Lewis Black sounds off about midterm primary battles, and magician David Blaine chats about "David Blaine Live."


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23x97 Michael Hayden (May 02, 2018)


Donald Trump is accused of faking his doctor's note, Kanye West comes under fire for saying slavery was "a choice," and Michael Hayden discusses "The Assault on Intelligence."


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23x96 Antoinette Robertson (May 01, 2018)


Robert Mueller's questions for President Trump are leaked to the press, Michael Kosta chats with a 27th Amendment hero, and Antoinette Robertson discusses "Dear White People."


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23x95 Kevin Young (April 30, 2018)


President Trump takes credit for a summit between the two Koreas, Michelle Wolf sparks outrage at the White House Correspondents' Dinner, and Kevin Young discusses "Brown."


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23x94 James Forman Jr. (April 26, 2018)


North Korea's nuclear testing site collapses, President Trump launches into an unhinged tirade on "Fox & Friends," and author James Forman Jr. discusses "Locking Up Our Own."


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23x93 Christina Hendricks & Ricardo Rossello (April 25, 2018)


Controversy swirls around Trump's pick for VA secretary, Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello discusses post-Maria recovery, and Christina Hendricks talks about "Good Girls."


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23x92 Jonah Goldberg (April 24, 2018)


President Trump cozies up to French President Emmanuel Macron, strippers compete with bartenders in New York City, and author Jonah Goldberg discusses "Suicide of the West."


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23x91 Tracy Morgan (April 23, 2018)


Donald Trump allegedly lied in order to get on the Forbes 400 list in 1982, Kanye West tweets controversial remarks about racism, and Tracy Morgan discusses "The Last O.G."


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23x90 Thandie Newton (April 19, 2018)


Puerto Rico experiences a massive power outage, Trevor highlights misadventures of "good guys with guns," and Thandie Newton discusses her role on "Westworld."


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23x89 Chelsea Clinton (April 18, 2018)


A train filled with human waste from New York City riles Alabamians, Desi Lydic examines the "raw water" trend, and Chelsea Clinton discusses "She Persisted Around the World."


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23x88 Eric Holder (April 17, 2018)


The IRS gives taxpayers an extra day to file, Sean Hannity downplays his relationship with Michael Cohen, and Former Attorney General Eric Holder sits down with Trevor.


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23x87 Alex Wagner (April 16, 2018)


NASA scientists send human sperm into space, ex-FBI Director James Comey hurls shade at President Trump on "20/20," and journalist Alex Wagner discusses her book "Futureface."


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23x86 Karlie Kloss (April 12, 2018)


A rumor surfaces that President Trump secretly had a child with a former employee, Roy Wood Jr. examines the Fair Housing Act, and Karlie Kloss discusses Kode With Klossy.


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23x85 Martellus Bennett (April 11, 2018)


President Trump uses Twitter to threaten Syria, Hasan Minhaj explains the impeachment process, and Martellus Bennett chats about his children's book "Hey A.J., It's Bedtime!"


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23x84 Mariska Hargitay (April 10, 2018)


Mark Zuckerberg gets grilled by Congress, Michael Kosta and Roy Wood Jr. announce the winner of the Bracket of Bulls**t, and Mariska Hargitay discusses "I Am Evidence."


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23x83 Tyra Banks (April 09, 2018)


The FBI raids the office of Trump's attorney, EPA chief Scott Pruitt comes under fire for a long list of scandals, and Tyra Banks chats about her book "Perfect Is Boring."


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23x82 Rosie Perez (March 29, 2018)


Kim Jong-un comes out of his shell, "Punish a Muslim Day" fliers spark outrage in the U.K., and Rosie Perez discusses arts education and her role in NBC's "Rise."


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23x81 Chloe x Halle (March 28, 2018)


Desi Lydic channels Sarah Huckabee Sanders, a sheriff profits off of inmates' food money, and Chloe x Halle perform songs from their debut album "The Kids Are Alright."


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23x80 Sean Penn (March 27, 2018)


Trevor examines Trump's incoming National Security Adviser John Bolton, Third Month Mania's bulls**t heats up, and Sean Penn discusses his novel "Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff."


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23x79 Tyler Perry (March 26, 2018)


America's teens make history at the March For Our Lives, Roy Wood Jr. investigates a pro-gun rally in Montana, and Tyler Perry discusses his film "Acrimony."


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23x78 RuPaul Charles (March 22, 2018)


Ronny Chieng weighs in on Facebook's data-sharing scandal, Trevor talks to survivors of the school shooting in Parkland, FL, and RuPaul Charles discusses "RuPaul's Drag Race."


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23x77 Matt Damon & Gary White (March 21, 2018)


Three women add to President Trump's legal woes, Trevor breaks down the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica scandal, and Matt Damon and Gary White discuss Water.org and WaterEquity.


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23x76 Drew Barrymore (March 20, 2018)


President Trump wages a war against opioids, Third Month Mania's Bracket of Bulls**t enters round two, and Drew Barrymore discusses her role in "Santa Clarita Diet."


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23x75 Mitch Landrieu (March 19, 2018)


FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe is fired, Vladimir Putin celebrates yet another election victory, and Mitch Landrieu discusses his book "In the Shadow of Statues."


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23x74 Christiane Amanpour (March 15, 2018)


An astronaut's DNA is altered by his time in space, Trump taps CNBC's Larry Kudlow to be his economic adviser, and Christiane Amanpour discusses "Sex & Love Around the World."


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23x73 Krysten Ritter (March 14, 2018)


Students protest gun violence on National Walkout Day, Lewis Black examines Donald Trump's golfing habits, and Krysten Ritter discusses her role on "Marvel's Jessica Jones."


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23x72 David Byrne (March 13, 2018)


President Trump fires Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Vladimir Putin refuses to admit that Russia poisoned a spy in the U.K., and David Byrne discusses "American Utopia."


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23x71 Junot Diaz (March 12, 2018)


President Trump agrees to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, Michael Kosta and Roy Wood Jr. kick off Third Month Mania, and author Junot Diaz discusses "Islandborn."


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23x70 Vann R. Newkirk II (March 08, 2018)


Donald Trump pushes the myth that video games spur gun violence, Dulce Sloan examines tech's racial blind spot, and Vann R. Newkirk II talks Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy.


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23x69 Terese Marie Mailhot (March 07, 2018)


The White House erupts into chaos despite Donald Trump's denials, Ronny Chieng looks at how A.I. is changing the legal system, and Terese Marie Mailhot talks "Heart Berries."


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23x68 Malcolm Jenkins (March 06, 2018)


Former Trump aide Sam Nunberg lashes out at Robert Mueller's subpoena, Desi Lydic explores robot sex, and Eagles captain Malcolm Jenkins discusses his off-the-field activism.


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23x67 David Chang (March 05, 2018)


President Trump threatens to impose tariffs on aluminum and steel, Trevor weighs the cost of artificial intelligence on everyday life, and David Chang talks "Ugly Delicious."


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23x66 Chadwick Boseman (March 01, 2018)


President Trump sides with Democrats on gun control, Ronny Chieng asks a pro wrestler how Democrats can reach middle America, and Chadwick Boseman discusses "Black Panther."


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23x65 Jorge Ramos (February 28, 2018)


HUD Secretary Ben Carson blows taxpayer money on office furniture, Roy Wood Jr. and Dulce Sloan examine accomplishments of black women, and Jorge Ramos discusses "Stranger."


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23x64 Nima Elbagir (February 27, 2018)


Trevor looks at the 2018 midterm congressional candidates, a German village grapples with a Nazi-era town bell, and CNN's Nima Elbagir talks about Libya's slave trade.


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23x63 Wayne Brady (February 26, 2018)


Critics slam the sheriff who allegedly ignored warnings about the Parkland shooter, Roy Wood Jr. and Michael Kosta recap the Olympics, and Wayne Brady discusses "Kinky Boots."


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23x62 Lupita Nyong'o (February 22, 2018)


Parkland shooting survivors confront Marco Rubio and President Trump on gun control, Roy Wood Jr. celebrates black innovators, and Lupita Nyong'o discusses "Black Panther."


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23x61 Ludacris (February 21, 2018)


Conservatives accuse the Parkland survivors of being paid actors, Florida sidelines gun control measures for anti-porn legislation, and Ludacris discusses "Fear Factor."


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23x60 Taylor Kitsch (February 20, 2018)


School shooting survivors in Florida stage rallies for gun control, Roy Wood Jr. explains why black audiences love "Black Panther," and Taylor Kitsch discusses "Waco."


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23x59 Steve Aoki (February 08, 2018)


Trevor breaks down reports on Russia hacking voter rolls and Rob Porter's resignation, Roy Wood Jr. honors unsung black politicians, and Steve Aoki discusses "Kolony."


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23x58 “The 15:17 to Paris” Cast (February 07, 2018)


President Trump orders a military parade, Trevor examines recent archeological findings, and Anthony Sadler, Alek Skarlatos and Spencer Stone discuss "The 15:17 to Paris."


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23x57 Liz Claman (February 06, 2018)


President Trump accuses Democrats of treason for not applauding him, Hasan Minhaj reacts to the Dow Jones taking a record dip, and Liz Claman weighs in on the stock market.


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23x56 Jessica Williams & Phoebe Robinson (February 05, 2018)


Republicans react to Devin Nunes's FBI memo, Michael Kosta and Roy Wood Jr. examine racist sports logos, and Jessica Williams and Phoebe Robinson discuss "2 Dope Queens."


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23x55 Rose McGowan (February 01, 2018)


The GOP pushes a sketchy memo in hopes of undermining the Trump-Russia probe, Roy Wood Jr. examines the on-screen deaths of black actors, and Rose McGowan discusses "Brave."


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23x54 Angela Rye (January 31, 2018)


Conservatives praise President Trump's first State of the Union, Roy Wood Jr. gives an update on black America, and Angela Rye discusses "Angela Rye's State of the Union."


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23x53 David Remnick (January 30, 2018)


In a live episode following the State of the Union, Trevor chats with Michael Kosta and The New Yorker's David Remnick about President Trump's first year in office.


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23x52 Alex Gibney (January 29, 2018)


Hillary Clinton reportedly shielded a 2008 campaign staffer accused of sexual harassment, President Trump tried to fire Robert Mueller, and Alex Gibney talks "Dirty Money."


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23x51 Cecile Richards (January 25, 2018)


The GOP claims that the FBI is undermining the White House, Desi Lydic gives tips on interviewing President Trump, and Cecile Richards discusses Planned Parenthood's future.


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23x50 P.K. Subban (January 24, 2018)


Trevor breaks down how gerrymandering affects democracy, Dulce Sloan and Michael Kosta examine the Mexico border wall debate, and P.K. Subban discusses the NHL All-Star Game.


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23x49 Jason Reynolds (January 23, 2018)


Trevor explains why Dreamers had the most to lose in the government shutdown, Roy Wood Jr. reacts to the 2018 Oscar nominations, and Jason Reynolds discusses "Long Way Down."


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23x48 Michael Wolff (January 22, 2018)


A stalemate in Congress leads to a government shutdown, Dulce Sloan and Desi Lydic look back on the 2017 Women's March, and Michael Wolff discusses his book "Fire and Fury."


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23x47 Ricky Gervais (January 18, 2018)


President Trump signals an overhaul of both illegal and legal immigration, Trevor catches up on lesser-known news, and Ricky Gervais discusses the game show "Child Support."


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23x46 Anthony Bourdain (January 17, 2018)


Senator Cory Booker calls out Kirstjen Nielsen for dismissing racist remarks, a porn star details her affair with Donald Trump, and Anthony Bourdain discusses "Parts Unknown."


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23x45 Ricky Martin (January 16, 2018)


Trevor looks back at Chris Christie's governorship, Ronny Chieng examines the top gadgets at the Consumer Electronics Show, and Ricky Martin discusses "American Crime Story."


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23x44 Vashti Harrison (January 15, 2018)


President Trump faces fallout after calling immigrant nations "s**tholes," a missile alert is mistakenly issued in Hawaii, and Vashti Harrison discusses "Little Leaders."


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23x43 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (January 11, 2018)


President Trump exempts Florida from an offshore drilling proposal, Hasan Minhaj finds out how to challenge hate speech, and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar discusses "Becoming Kareem."


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23x42 Dee Rees (January 10, 2018)


President Trump meets with congressional leaders to negotiate the terms of DACA, Lewis Black gives an update on New York City, and filmmaker Dee Rees discusses "Mudbound."


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23x41 Jason Mitchell (January 09, 2018)


President Trump slams the Justice Department for not protecting him in the Russia probe, Trevor runs through lesser-reported headlines, and Jason Mitchell discusses "The Chi."


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23x40 Ashley Graham (January 08, 2018)


President Trump calls himself a "stable genius" on Twitter, Roy Wood Jr. and Michael Kosta break down NFL headlines, and Ashley Graham discusses "America's Next Top Model."


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23x39 Jodi Kantor (January 04, 2018)


Michael Wolff releases a salacious book on President Trump, Michael Kosta learns how California is curbing gun violence, and Jodi Kantor discusses her Harvey Weinstein report.


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23x38 Dan Harris (January 03, 2018)


Steve Bannon calls Team Trump's contacts with Russia "treasonous," President Trump taunts North Korea on Twitter, and Dan Harris discusses "Meditation for Fidgety Skeptics."


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23x37 Yara Shahidi (January 02, 2018)


The GOP tax plan takes effect, Kim Jong-un hints at North Korea's nuclear capabilities and possible peace talks with South Korea, and Yara Shahidi discusses "Grown-ish."


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23x36 Niecy Nash (December 14, 2017)


Conservative pundits call on Robert Mueller to end the Trump-Russia probe, Ronny Chieng learns about cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, and Niecy Nash chats about "Downsizing."


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23x35 Satya Nadella (December 13, 2017)


Roy Wood Jr. reacts to Democrat Doug Jones winning the Alabama Senate race, Dulce Sloan weighs in on black female voters, and Satya Nadella discusses "Hit Refresh."


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23x34 Bob Odenkirk (December 12, 2017)


Roy Moore's wife uses questionable logic to claim her husband isn't racist, Roy Wood Jr. tells the GOP how to rebrand their tax plan, and Bob Odenkirk discusses "The Post."


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23x33 Pete Souza (December 11, 2017)


Trevor questions the GOP's response to sexual assault, Ronny Chieng examines crime-fighting technology, and Pete Souza discusses "Obama: An Intimate Portrait."


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23x32 Tiffany Haddish (December 07, 2017)


The Supreme Court considers whether a baker can deny a gay couple a wedding cake, Trevor looks at lesser-reported news, and Tiffany Haddish discusses "The Last Black Unicorn."


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23x31 St. Vincent (December 06, 2017)


President Trump seemingly wrestles with his dentures during a presser, Russia is banned from the Winter Games amid a doping scandal, and St. Vincent discusses "Masseduction."


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23x30 Julia Ioffe (December 05, 2017)


The RNC resumes funding for Roy Moore's Senate bid, Desi Lydic profiles a liberal survivalist, and The Atlantic's Julia Ioffe discusses Russian President Vladimir Putin.


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23x29 Frankie Shaw (December 04, 2017)


Michael Flynn pleads guilty to lying to the FBI, Senate Republicans pass sweeping tax cuts for the wealthy, and Frankie Shaw discusses her Showtime series "SMILF."


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23x28 Henry Louis Gates Jr. (November 30, 2017)


Libya uses Donald Trump's tweets to discredit a CNN report, Hasan Minhaj examines the White House's Islamophobia, and Henry Louis Gates, Jr., discusses "Finding Your Roots."


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23x27 Talib Kweli (November 29, 2017)


Gina Yashere weighs in on the racism aimed at Meghan Markle, President Trump appoints Mick Mulvaney as director of the CFPB, and Talib Kweli discusses "Radio Silence."


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23x26 Greta Gerwig (November 28, 2017)


Trevor explains why Donald Trump calls Elizabeth Warren "Pocahontas," Project Veritas tries to delegitimize The Washington Post, and Greta Gerwig discusses "Lady Bird."


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23x25 Esther Perel (November 27, 2017)


Congress grapples with a series of high-profile sexual assault accusations, President Trump pushes tax cuts for the wealthy, and Esther Perel discusses "The State of Affairs."


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23x24 Jordan Peele (November 16, 2017)


Senator Al Franken is accused of groping a reporter during a 2006 USO tour, Jon Stewart talks about "Night of Too Many Stars," and Jordan Peele discusses his film "Get Out."


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23x23 Elaine McMillion Sheldon (November 15, 2017)


Congress debates President Trump's power to use nuclear arms, Michelle Wolf explains how to not sexually harass coworkers, and Elaine McMillion Sheldon discusses "Heroin(e)."


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23x22 2 Chainz (November 14, 2017)


Ronny Chieng explains how President Trump has made China more powerful, a fifth woman accuses Roy Moore of sexual misconduct, and 2 Chainz discusses "Most Expensivest."


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23x21 Hari Kondabolu (November 13, 2017)


Roy Moore is accused of sexual assault, President Trump mocks Kim Jong-un and defends Vladimir Putin on a trip to Asia, and Hari Kondabolu discusses "The Problem with Apu."


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23x20 Van Jones (November 09, 2017)


President Trump visits China, Lewis Black calls for lawmakers to stop politicizing veterans, and Van Jones discusses his book "Beyond the Messy Truth."


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23x19 Kenneth Branagh (November 08, 2017)


Democrats sweep the 2017 elections, Trevor tries to imagine a worse president than Donald Trump, and Kenneth Branagh discusses his film "Murder on the Orient Express."


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23x18 Jeff Ross (November 07, 2017)


Sen. Rand Paul gets into a landscaping dispute with his neighbor, Saudi Arabia's crown prince cracks down on corruption, and Jeff Ross discusses Jeff Ross Roasts the Border.


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23x17 Jeff Flake & Tig Notaro (November 06, 2017)


President Trump kicks off his tour of Asia in Japan, Sen. Jeff Flake discusses his book "Conscience of a Conservative," and Tig Notaro talks about her show "One Mississippi."


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23x16 Gabrielle Union (November 02, 2017)


Congress grills tech execs on Russian-bought ads meant to influence U.S. voters, Trevor recaps simpler news, and Gabrielle Union discusses "We're Going to Need More Wine."


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23x15 Hillary Clinton (November 01, 2017)


President Trump calls to curb immigration after a terrorist attack in New York City, and Hillary Clinton discusses "What Happened" and weighs in on the Trump-Russia probe.


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23x14 Gretchen Carlson (October 31, 2017)


Michael Kosta reacts to John Kelly's revisionist Civil War history, Desi Lydic spends Halloween avoiding President Trump's tweets, and Gretchen Carlson discusses "Be Fierce."


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23x13 Ta-Nehisi Coates (October 30, 2017)


Paul Manafort is indicted by Robert Mueller, Trevor breaks down the biggest headlines of the weekend, and Ta-Nehisi Coates discusses his book "We Were Eight Years in Power."


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23x12 Miles Teller & Jason Hall (October 26, 2017)


President Trump responds to the opioid epidemic, Roy Wood Jr. warns against racist Halloween costumes, and Miles Teller and Jason Hall discuss "Thank You for Your Service."


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23x11 Maggie Gyllenhaal (October 25, 2017)


Senators Bob Corker and Jeff Flake stand against President Trump, Ronny Chieng examines the automation of fast food, and Maggie Gyllenhaal discusses "The Deuce."


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23x10 Margo Price (October 24, 2017)


Bill O'Reilly blames God for his sexual harassment cases, Michael Kosta examines the environmental decline of the Great Lakes, and Margo Price discusses "All American Made."


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23x09 Khizr Khan (October 23, 2017)


John Kelly lies about a congresswoman while defending President Trump, Fox News shows selective outrage over sexual harassment, and Khizr Khan discusses "An American Family."


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23x08 Vic Mensa (October 19, 2017)


President Trump feuds with Gold Star families, Hasan Minhaj explains how Chicago could prevent a nuclear attack from North Korea, and Vic Mensa discusses "The Autobiography."


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23x07 Lena Waithe (October 18, 2017)


From Chicago, Michelle Wolf weighs in on Harvey Weinstein's alleged sexual assaults, Dulce Sloan learns about Young Chicago Authors, and Lena Waithe discusses "The Chi."


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23x06 Arne Duncan & Curtis Toler (October 17, 2017)


President Trump buddies up to Mitch McConnell at a surprise presser, Ronny Chieng learns about Chicago's jail pizza program, and Arne Duncan and Curtis Toler discuss CRED.


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23x05 Common (October 16, 2017)


From Chicago, Trevor examines the politicization of the Windy City, Roy Wood Jr. finds out how former gang members are reducing crime rates, and Common discusses "Marshall."


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23x04 Kenya Barris (October 05, 2017)


Pro-life Congressman Tim Murphy resigns after pushing his mistress to get an abortion, Trevor remembers the anniversary of Pussygate, and Kenya Barris discusses "Black-ish."


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23x03 John Hodgman (October 04, 2017)


Michael Kosta explains how Russia spreads fake news across social media in the U.S., Neal Brennan examines the gun control debate, and John Hodgman discusses "Vacationland."


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23x02 Jim Himes (October 03, 2017)


Fox News struggles to process the mass shooting in Las Vegas, O.J. Simpson is released from prison, and Representative Jim Himes weighs in on U.S. gun control.


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23x01 Robin Thede (October 02, 2017)


Las Vegas experiences the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, Tom Price resigns as secretary of Health and Human Services, and Robin Thede discusses "The Rundown."




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