Daily Show: Indecision 2004 [DVD]  [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC] DVD – NTSC, 2005
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Daily Show ~ Indecision 2004
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It ftures ALL the best sketches from the 2004 Presidentual run and reminds you just how boring John Kerry was (IF you had forgotten that is).
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The best thing about "The Daily Show" is its ability to poke fun at blowhards on the left and right of the spectrum. Watching Jon Stewart's spectacular takedown of the people who marginalized Al Sharpton after his electrifying convention speech is truly a thing of beauty. Not even frequent "Daily Show" guest Brian Williams was safe. However, Stewart's liberal leanings are not easy to hide, especially when you compare his treatment of the Sharpton speech to his treatment of Zell Miller's similarly electrifying oration at the RNC. Both men have been guests of his on the show. (Well, Sharpton was actually Colbert's guest, and that hilarious interview is included in the extas.)
Also among the extras are the broadcasts of the election night coverage and the show they did after the first debate, an animated "School House Rock"-style demo of mid-term elections, John Edwards' announcement of his presidential candidacy, and commentary on select features. The set is well worth the money because it's chock-full of funny tidbits. And just like "America: The Book", every single part of it is funny, including the blurbs on the packaging.
My favorite extra by far is the rendition of the National Anthem that Samantha Bee, Stephen Colbert, Rob Corddry and Ed Helms do in harmony. It's funny, because everything they do seems to be funny, but it actually is an honest-to-goodness performance not meant to be humorous per se. Who knew they could sing? Maybe the next "Daily Show" project will be a CD!
I hope that the powers that be at Comedy Central give us "Indecision 2008" on dvd at the end of this year (we all know they have plenty of material already, and we all know this Presidential election is going to give us a lot more comedy between now and November 2008).
A Former Non-Fan
PS - THIS is what the Colbert Report dvd SHOULD have been like!