The Daily Show Puts Its Complete Archives Online


Have a hankering to watch every Louis Black rant in the history of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart? Or want to reminisce about Bob Dole's surprisingly hilarious Indecision 2004 commentary? Your dream has come true.

Today marks the launch of TheDailyShow.com, a video archive of every Daily Show clip ... ever. So far, more than 7,000 clips are online, and by the end of the year, more than 13,000 clips will be archived on the site, stretching all the way back to when the show was anchored by Craig Kilborn.

So far, you can watch clips from 1999 forward (the whole Jon Stewart era), though it seems like some things are still being uploaded; almost 2,000 clips have been added between when I first looked at the site this morning and right now. The first vintage clip I had to find? This 2004 Ed Helms story about the Cooter Festival in Inverness, Florida. What classic Daily Show clips will you look up over and over again?

By the way, Jon Stewart just renewed his Daily Show contract through 2010. Sorry, NBC — looks like he's staying put.

Photo courtesy of Comedy Central

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