Comedian Louis C.K. is tonights guest.
Philosophy professor and author of "On Truth" Harry Frankfurt is tonight's guest.
Former Vice President and 2000 Presidential candidate Al Gore is interviewed about his new book, The Assault on Reason.
Jon also talks to Senior Petroleum Expert Rob Riggle about rising gas prices and later reports on Monica Goodling, a woman who testified before the House Judiciary Committee in regards to the fired attorneys.
Jon interviews Republican Presidential candidate US Representative Ron Paul.
Jon reports the sad news the the conservative base has officially bailed on George W. Bush.
Who in the media can we turn to when Paris Hilton is arrested?
"Albaniacs" - Bush visits Albania.
"Benny and the Guest" - Senior Papist Jason Jones is live from the Vatican to report on Bush's visit there as well.
Resident Expert John Hodgman reports on the rise in popularity of mixed martial arts.
David Steinberg talks about his book The Book of David.
Jon checks in on Stephen Colbert who talks about The Sopranos finale.
Moment of Zen: Jack Cafferty has problems with his teleprompter.
"Kill Bill" - the United States Senate debates a bill on immigration.
"Kill Bill: Volume 2" - The Senate now debates whether to have a vote of no confidence in Attorney General Alberto Gonzales.
"Is America Ready for a Mormon President?" Samantha Bee reports.
Robert Shrum talks about his book No Excuses.
Moment of Zen: MC Hammer is a guest on Hannity's "Hot Seat".
Another segment of "Mess O'Potamia": The enemy is of my enemy is my friend? The United States arms insurgents to fight Al Qaeda. Senior Iraq Correspondent Aasif Mandvi reports from Baghdad.
Senior Black Correspondent Larry Wilmore temporarily opts to become the Senior Mexican Correspondent when there's nothing really "black" to report on.
Stephen mocks Jon during the closing, but Jon has had enough.
Moment of Zen: Did President Bush say "deadline"?
Tony Snow contradicts a statement he made three months earlier.
Another installment of Clusterf@#k to the White House:
Giuliani's 12 Commitments to America
Romney also contradicts himself
"http.//.indecision.2008.net/clusterf@#k.html" Presidential candidates get in online
Does the Weather Channel really need scare tatics to score ratings?
Angelina Jolie talks about her new movie A Mighty Heart.
Moment of Zen: More awkward footage of Mike Gravel staring at the web camera.
"Warportunity in the Middle East": Hamas takes over the Gaza Strip. Senior Gaza Correspondent Aasif Mandvi reports from the area.
Senior Movie Review Rob Riggle introduces a new segment: "Shits and Riggles". His reviews of Evan Almighty focuses on hatred of Steve Carell.
Steve Carell returns to talk about his film Evan Almighty, though he talks mostly with Jon of his time on the show.
Stephen chats quickly to Jon Carell and how much he hated him during "Even Stevphen".
Moment of Zen: "What does a real life superhero look like?"
Mess O'Potamia: is rooting out terrorists in Iraq just a game of whack-a-mole?
"Americans Among Us - The Enemy Within" Correspondant Samantha Bee reports.
Brian Williams from NBC Nightly News talks on the show.
Moment of Zen: More behind the scenes of Koppel as the giant head.
Another segment of Clusterf@#k to the White House: Who wants to focus on the current presidental candidates when you can speculate?
"Jesus Takes The Wheel": Vatican releases "The 10 Driving Commandments" Senior Vatican Correspondent John Oliver reports from Vatican City.
Fareed Zakaria, editor of Newsweek International talks on the show.
Jon checks in on Stephen who recites the lyrics to Westside Story.
Moment of Zen: Richard Quest reports on Fred Thompson meeting with Margret Thatcher.
Vicente Fox, former president of Mexico.
Former NY Giants running back Tiki Barber stops by.
Lynne Cheney, wife of Vice President Dick Cheney.
Journalist Howard Kurtz.
Tony Snow, former White House press secretary.
Legendary actress Meryl Streep stops by.