List of The Daily Show episodes (2016)

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The Daily Show 2016 episodes
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No. of episodes 164
Release
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This is a list of episodes for The Daily Show with Trevor Noah in 2016.[1]

2016[edit]

January[edit]

No.Original air dateGuest(s)PromotionUS viewers
(millions)
2,717January 4David CrossThe Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret0.879[2]
A new open-carry gun law goes into effect in Texas, Fox News spends New Year's Eve with the GOP presidential candidates, and David Cross discusses his show Todd Margaret
2,718January 5Ryan CooglerCreed0.774[3]
Jordan Klepper sends a care package to a militia group involved in an armed standoff at a federal building in Oregon, and director Ryan Coogler discusses his film Creed.
2,719January 6David J. PetersonThe Art of Language Invention: From Horse-Lords to Dark Elves, the Words Behind World-Building. ISBN 978-0-1431-2646-1. 0.925[4]
President Obama takes executive action on gun regulation, Hasan Minhaj examines the secondary sneaker market, and David J. Peterson discusses The Art of Language Invention.
2,720January 7Dalia MogahedN/A0.765[5]
Donald Trump questions Ted Cruz's presidential eligibility, Jessica Williams breaks down a campaign ad on immigration, and Dalia Mogahed discusses Islamic stereotypes.
2,721January 11Colin QuinnCop Show0.681[6]
Mexico captures drug kingpin Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán, Roy Wood, Jr. prepares for President Obama's final State of the Union address, and Colin Quinn chats about Cop Show.
2,722January 12Greg GutfeldHow To Be Right: The Art of Being Persuasively Correct. ISBN 978-1-1019-0362-9. 0.728[7]
Bernie Sanders closes in on Hillary Clinton in the polls, Al Madrigal examines an Apache tribe's fight for land in Arizona, and Greg Gutfeld discusses How to Be Right'.
2,723January 13Rand Paul, Tavis SmileyThe Covenant with Black America - Ten Years Later. ISBN 978-1-4019-5149-8. 0.874[8]
President Obama delivers his last State of the Union, Rand Paul appears in his own GOP debate, and Tavis Smiley discusses The Covenant with Black America - Ten Years Later.
2,724January 14Ice CubeRide Along 20.699[9]
The people of Flint, Michigan, face citywide water contamination, Roy Wood, Jr. weighs in on the Oscar nominations' lack of diversity, and Ice Cube chats about Ride Along 2.
2,725January 18Moira Demos & Laura RicciardiMaking a Murderer0.77[10]
The Republicans and Democrats have debates in South Carolina. Jessica Williams fact-checks both the debates. Moira Demos & Laura Ricciardi discuss Making a Murderer and future of the series.
2,726January 19Jess GlynneI Cry When I Laugh0.819[11]
Sarah Palin endorses Donald Trump for president. Roy Wood, Jr. examines if allowing betting on the presidential election can improve voter turnout in the United States presidential elections. Jess Glynne presents songs from her debut album, I Cry When I Laugh.
2,727January 20Gael García BernalMozart in the Jungle0.895[12]
Sarah Palin has a memorable endorsement speech for Donald Trump. Hasan Minhaj proposes investing in guns, Lego and Lego guns. Gael Garćia Bernal talks about his award-winning show Mozart in the Jungle and upcoming film Desierto.
2,728January 21Marlon WayansFifty Shades of Black0.767[13]
Vladimir Putin is accused of approving an assassination, Jessica Williams examines a New York town's questionable seal, and Marlon Wayans discusses Fifty Shades of Black.
2,729January 25Gad ElmalehN/A0.764[14]
Carly Fiorina turns a preschool trip into a pro-life rally, Ronny Chieng meets a gay couple living as a father and a son, and Gad Elmaleh chats about his first U.S. comedy tour.
2,730January 26DeRay McKessonN/A0.761[15]
ISIS suffers financial problems, Martin O'Malley and Hillary Clinton answer awkward questions at a CNN town hall, and DeRay Mckesson discusses the Black Lives Matter movement.
2,731January 27Jerry SeinfeldComedians in Cars Getting Coffee0.868[16]
Donald Trump drops out of a GOP debate, two undercover anti-Planned Parenthood investigators are indicted, and Jerry Seinfeld chats about Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.
2,732January 28Ryan LizzaN/A0.835[17]
Jordan Klepper and Hasan Minhaj weigh Ted Cruz against Donald Trump, Roy Wood, Jr. breaks down political ads, and Ryan Lizza discusses the GOP presidential contenders.

February[edit]

No.Original air dateGuest(s)PromotionUS viewers
(millions)
2,733February 1Reshma SaujaniGirls Who Code0.754[18]
The Zika virus outbreak garners different reactions from North and South America. As a part of Black History Month, Roy Wood Jr. looks back at Martin Luther King, Jr.'s arrest in Alabama, Ronny Chieng wonders if Iowa caucuses matter, and Reshma Saujani discusses the importance of Girls Who Code.
2,734February 2Peter BergenUnited States of Jihad: Investigating America's Homegrown Terrorists. ISBN 978-0-8041-3954-0. 0.739[19]
Iowans vote in their caucuses. Jordan Klepper explains real winners of Iowa caucuses. As a part of Black History Month, The Best F#@king News Team Ever looks back at Emancipation Proclamation in Kentucky. Peter Bergen talks about Jihadist extremism in the United States.
2,735February 3Hannibal BuressHannibal Buress: Comedy Camisado1.015[20]
Trevor discusses accuracy of political pundits in predicting results of Iowa caucuses. As a part of Black History Month, Roy Wood Jr. examines racism in porn industry with Lisa Ann. Hannibal Buress talks about his upcoming Netflix comedy show Hannibal Buress: Comedy Camisado.
2,736February 4Lilly SinghA Trip to Unicorn Island0.768[21]
The Republican field narrows. Rick Santorum endorses Marco Rubio, Ronny Chieng examines a questionable NBA promotion, and Lilly Singh discusses A Trip to Unicorn Island.
2,737February 8Gillian JacobsLove0.882[22]
Donald Trump lashes out at the audience during a GOP debate, Jessica Williams breaks down Beyoncé's Super Bowl halftime show, and Gillian Jacobs discusses her Netflix series Love.
2,738February 9The SuffersThe Suffers0.773 [23]
Donald Trump lashes out at Ted Cruz, Jessica Williams examines the Democrats' gender divide, and The Suffers perform songs from their self-titled debut album.
2,739February 10Olivia WildeVinyl1.035 [24]
Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump win the New Hampshire primaries, Roy Wood Jr. hits the campaign trail, and Olivia Wilde discusses her role in the HBO series Vinyl.
2,740February 11Ben StillerZoolander No. 20.735[25]
Jordan Klepper attends Donald Trump's political circus, Roy Wood Jr. investigates the decline of American fast food, and Ben Stiller chats about Zoolander 2.
2,741February 22Cory BookerUnited: Thoughts on Finding Common Ground and Advancing the Common Good. ISBN 978-1-1019-6516-0. 0.905[26]
Jeb Bush drops out of the GOP presidential race, Yoweri Museveni is reelected president of Uganda for a fifth term, and Senator Cory Booker discusses his book United.
2,742February 23Anthony MackieTriple 90.777[27]
Senate Republicans preemptively veto President Obama's Supreme Court nomination, Jessica Williams investigates a homophobic church, and Anthony Mackie discusses Triple 9.
2,743February 24Brian CheskyAirbnb0.909[28]
Donald Trump wins his third straight Republican primary, researchers discover that Adolf Hitler had a micropenis, and Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky discusses founding his company.
2,744February 25Michael HaydenPlaying to the Edge: American Intelligence in the Age of Terror. ISBN 978-1-5942-0656-6. 0.717[29]
Apple refuses to unlock a terrorist's iPhone for the FBI, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders vie for the black vote, and Michael Hayden discusses Playing to the Edge.
2,745February 29Morris ChestnutRosewood0.884[30]
Bernie Sanders takes his loss in the South Carolina primary in stride, Donald Trump unknowingly tweets a Benito Mussolini quote, and Morris Chestnut chats about Rosewood.

March[edit]

No.Original air dateGuest(s)PromotionUS viewers
(millions)
2,746March 1Neal Brennan3 Mics0.780[31]
Iowa lawmakers propose a bill that could allow kids under 14 to shoot handguns, Kristen Schaal examines female body acceptance, and Neal Brennan discusses 3 Mics.
2,747March 2Chrissy TeigenCravings: Recipes for All the Food You Want to Eat. ISBN 978-1-1019-0391-9. 0.867[32]
The Best F#@king News Team reveals Trevor's feelings about Donald Trump, Hasan Minhaj weighs in on Marco Rubio's primary strategy, and Chrissy Teigen chats about Cravings.
2,748March 3Bill de BlasioN/A0.756[33]
Mitt Romney disavows Donald Trump, Jordan Klepper learns about an unexpected compromise on gun research, and Mayor Bill de Blasio discusses New York City's tech industry.
2,749March 7Ilana Glazer & Abbi JacobsonBroad City0.953[34]
The GOP fights Donald Trump for party control, Roy Wood Jr. and Jessica Williams honor Ben Carson's political career, and Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson discuss Broad City.
2,750March 8Ellen PageGaycation0.824[35]
Jordan Klepper talks to white kids who have only ever known a black president, Lewis Black reviews Osama bin Laden's will, and Ellen Page discusses her series Gaycation.
2,751March 9Sacha Baron CohenGrimsby0.768[36]
Bernie Sanders pulls a surprise win in the Michigan primary, Jordan Klepper fact-checks Donald Trump's business record, and Sacha Baron Cohen discusses The Brothers Grimsby.
2,752March 10Padma LakshmiLove, Loss, and What We Ate: A Memoir. ISBN 978-0-0622-0261-1. 0.758[37]
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits the U.S., Ronny Chieng examines the Tri-Faith Initiative in Nebraska, and Padma Lakshmi discusses Love, Loss, and What We Ate.
2,753March 14Van JonesThe Dream Corps0.954[38]
Bernie Sanders supporters crash a series of Donald Trump rallies, Neal Brennan weighs in on Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, and CNN's Van Jones discusses the Dream Corps.
2,754March 15Joe NoceraIndentured: The Inside Story of the Rebellion Against the NCAA. ISBN 978-1-5918-4632-1. 0.820[39]
Hillary Clinton accidentally revives a Benghazi conversation, The Best F#@king News Team provides a service for Donald Trump supporters, and Joe Nocera discusses Indentured.
2,755March 16Brian FallonPainkillers0.819[40]
Donald Trump predicts rioting if he doesn't win the Republican nomination, Adam Lowitt examines anti-Semitism in politics, and Brian Fallon performs songs from his album Painkillers.
2,756March 17Theo JamesAllegiant0.748[41]
President Obama nominates Merrick Garland for the Supreme Court, Hasan Minhaj and Roy Wood Jr. debate Third Month Mania matchups, and Theo James discusses Allegiant.
2,757March 21Shaka SenghorWriting My Wrongs: Life, Death, and Redemption in an American Prison. ISBN 978-1-1019-0729-0. 0.855[42]
Trevor examines the media's relationship with Donald Trump, Ronny Chieng investigates artificial intelligence, and Shaka Senghor discusses his memoir Writing My Wrongs.
2,758March 22Taavi RõivasN/A0.727[43]
President Obama visits Cuba, Roy Wood Jr. finds out how Thabo Sefolosha beat a wrongful arrest, and Prime Minister Taavi Roivas discusses Estonia's technological advances.
2,759March 23Lindsey GrahamN/A0.886[44]
Trevor examines how the GOP ended up with Donald Trump, and Senator Lindsey Graham shoots pool and explains why he begrudgingly endorsed presidential hopeful Ted Cruz.
2,760March 24Ethan HawkeBorn to Be Blue0.741[47]
Ted Cruz blasts President Obama's response to bombings in Brussels, Donald Trump Speaks to the Washington Post: A Dramatic Reenactment,[45][46] Roy Wood Jr. and Hasan Minhaj weigh Third Month Mania rivals, and Ethan Hawke discusses Born to Be Blue.

April[edit]

No.Original air dateGuest(s)PromotionUS viewers
(millions)
2,761April 4Debbie Wasserman SchultzN/A0.735[48]
Hillary Clinton shuts down Bernie Sanders's debate request, Debbie Wasserman Schultz weighs in on the presidential election, and a Panama law firm reveals global corruption.
2,762April 5Jerrod CarmichaelThe Carmichael Show0.735[49]
The U.S. women's soccer team calls for pay equal to their male counterparts, Trevor examines Donald Trump's sexist past, and Jerrod Carmichael discusses The Carmichael Show.
2,763April 6Angelica RossTransTech Social Enterprises0.782[50]
North Carolina and Kansas pass transphobic bathroom laws, Jessica Williams examines trans panic, and Angelica Ross discusses TransTech Social Enterprises.
2,764April 7Juan WilliamsWe the People: The Modern-Day Figures Who Have Reshaped and Affirmed the Founding Fathers' Vision of America. ISBN 978-0-3079-5206-6. 0.798[51]
Michelle Wolf unpacks the role of candidates' wives on the campaign trail, the winner of Third Month Mania is revealed, and Juan Williams discusses his book We the People.
2,765April 11Jennifer HudsonConfirmation0.877[52]
Hillary Clinton and John Kasich make campaign missteps in New York City, Jordan Klepper tests a Japanese virtual reality sex suit, and Jennifer Hudson discusses Confirmation.
2,766April 12King BachMeet the Blacks0.890[53]
Bill de Blasio makes a joke about "colored people time"; Ronny Chieng and Jessica Williams examine sexual racism; and Vine star King Bach discusses Meet the Blacks.
2,767April 13Ken JeongDr. Ken0.737[54]
Former House Speaker Dennis Hastert is indicted on banking charges, Trevor examines Donald Trump's failed line of health products, and Ken Jeong discusses Dr. Ken.
2,768April 14W. Kamau BellUnited Shades of America0.828[55]
Jordan Klepper demonstrates the problem with primary delegates, Ted Cruz tries to appear likable at a CNN town hall, and W. Kamau Bell discusses United Shades of America.
2,769April 18Ellie KemperUnbreakable Kimmy Schmidt0.789[56]
A Muslim man is kicked off a Southwest flight for speaking Arabic, Desi Lydic teaches Ted Cruz about "New York values," and Ellie Kemper discusses Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.
2,770April 19Ben CarsonN/A0.809[57]
Brazil's Congress votes to impeach President Dilma Rousseff, and Ben Carson defends his endorsement of Donald Trump and faces off against an unlikely opponent in a debate.
2,771April 20Sturgill SimpsonA Sailor's Guide to Earth0.847[58]
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump win their New York primaries, The Best F#@king News Team relives the 90s, and Sturgill Simpson performs songs from A Sailor's Guide to Earth.
2,772April 21Howard DeanN/A0.737[59]
Desi Lydic scams her fellow New Yorkers, Hasan Minhaj provides a few tax evasion tips, and Howard Dean offers his take on the Bernie Sanders campaign.
2,773April 25Danielle BrooksThe Color Purple0.785[60]
Beyoncé's album Lemonade creates a media frenzy, Hasan Minhaj talks to Sikh victims of Islamophobia, and Danielle Brooks discusses her Broadway turn in The Color Purple.
2,774April 26Keegan-Michael Key & Jordan PeeleKeanu0.726[61]
Virginia grants voting rights to its previously incarcerated citizens, New York repeals its sales tax on tampons, and Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key chat about Keanu.
2,775April 27McKay CoppinsThe Wilderness: Deep Inside the Republican Party's Combative, Contentious, Chaotic Quest to Take Back the White House. ISBN 978-0-3163-2741-1. 0.847[62]
Donald Trump aims sexist remarks at Hillary Clinton, Lewis Black auditions for a morning TV show, and BuzzFeed's McKay Coppins discusses his book The Wilderness.
2,776April 28Ricky GervaisSpecial Correspondents0.836[63]
John Boehner rips into fellow Republican Ted Cruz, Black Trump (Roy Wood, Jr.) debuts his rap video, and Ricky Gervais chats about his movie "Special Correspondents".

May[edit]

No.Original air dateGuest(s)PromotionUS viewers
(millions)
2,777May 2Nikolaj Coster-WaldauGame of Thrones0.852[64]
Donald Trump surrounds himself with unusual supporters, Ronny Chieng investigates contested conventions, and Trevor chats with "Game of Thrones" star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau.
2,778May 3Josh KingOff Script: An Advance Man's Guide to White House Stagecraft, Campaign Spectacle, and Political Suicide. ISBN 978-1-1372-8006-0. 0.891[65]
Starbucks faces a lawsuit over its excessive use of ice, Donald Trump links Ted Cruz's father to Lee Harvey Oswald, and Josh King discusses his book "Off Script".
2,779May 4Bethany CosentinoN/A0.929[66]
Donald Trump becomes the presumptive GOP nominee, Hasan Minhaj investigates professional soccer's gender wage gap, and Bethany Cosentino fights sexism in the music industry.
2,780May 5The HeavyHurt & the Merciless0.691[67]
Donald Trump panders to Hispanic voters, Ronny Chieng reports on America's rising selfie obsession, and The Heavy performs songs from their album "Hurt & the Merciless".
2,781May 9Sherman AlexieThunder Boy Jr. ISBN 978-0-3160-1372-7. 0.759[68]
The GOP comes to terms with Donald Trump's imminent presidential nomination, Desi Lydic weighs in on modern motherhood, and Sherman Alexie discusses his book "Thunder Boy Jr."
2,782May 10Joe MortonTurn Me Loose0.755[69]
The federal government files a lawsuit against North Carolina's transphobic bill, Michelle Wolf imagines a Donald Trump presidency, and Joe Morton discusses "Turn Me Loose."
2,783May 11Nate SilverN/A0.806[70]
Queen Elizabeth II calls out Chinese officials for being rude, Bernie Sanders wins the West Virginia Democratic primary, and Nate Silver discusses the presidential election.
2,784May 12B. J. NovakThe List App0.814[71]
Donald Trump refuses to release his tax returns (#WeakDonald), Latino immigrants fast-track their paths to citizenship ahead of the election, and B.J. Novak discusses The List App.
2,785May 16Anthony AndersonBlack-ish0.793[72]
Donald Trump is caught posing as his own fake publicist, Eliza Cossio examines the GOP's chance of winning the Latino vote, and Anthony Anderson discusses "Black-ish".
2,786May 17Dahlia LithwickN/A0.752[73]
The Supreme Court refuses to rule on a pivotal contraception case, Hasan Minhaj reports on Canadians taking in Syrian refugees, and Dahlia Lithwick discusses SCOTUS's future.
2,787May 18Jason SudeikisThe Angry Birds Movie0.760[74]
Donald Trump and Megyn Kelly bury the hatchet, Hasan Minhaj sits down with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and Jason Sudeikis chats about "The Angry Birds Movie".
2,788May 19Arianna HuffingtonThe Sleep Revolution: Transforming Your Life, One Night at a Time. ISBN 978-1-1019-0400-8. 0.779[75]
President Obama calls for trans-friendly bathrooms in schools, Bernie Sanders fans contend with the Democratic Party, and Arianna Huffington discusses "The Sleep Revolution".
2,789May 23Rose ByrneX-Men: Apocalypse0.765[76]
Donald Trump helps Chris Christie pay off the debt from his failed presidential run, the TSA tries to recruit new employees, and Rose Byrne discusses "X-Men: Apocalypse".
2,790May 24Katie CouricUnder the Gun0.708[77]
The NRA endorses presidential hopeful Donald Trump, Desi Lydic speaks to gun owners about firearm safety, and Katie Couric discusses her documentary "Under the Gun".
2,791May 25Corey PeguesOnce a Cop: The Street, the Law, Two Worlds, One Man. ISBN 978-1-5011-1049-8. 0.826[78]
Brazil faces political turmoil as it prepares for the Olympics, Donald Trump ties Hillary Clinton to a discredited conspiracy theory, and Corey Pegues discusses "Once a Cop".
2,792May 26Mike AllenN/A0.632[79]
President Obama visits Vietnam. First time Donald Trump beats Hillary Clinton in national polls: discussion with Michelle Wolf. Trump's trouble with women voters. Politico's Chief White House Correspondent, Mike Allen, discusses the presidential race.

June[edit]

No.Original air dateGuest(s)PromotionUS viewers
(millions)
2,793June 13James CarvillePoliticon0.730[80]
Trevor discusses the mass shooting in Orlando, FL, Jordan Klepper learns about a GOP delegation dispute in the U.S. Virgin Islands, and James Carville discusses Politicon.
2,794June 14Michelangelo Signorile, Eddie HuangIt's Not Over: Getting Beyond Tolerance, Defeating Homophobia, and Winning True Equality. ISBN 978-1-4945-6313-4. , Double Cup Love: On the Trail of Family, Food, and Broken Hearts in China. ISBN 978-0-8129-9546-6. 0.735[81]
Michaelangelo Signorile, Editor-at-Large for The Huffington Post, discusses the impact of the Orlando shooting on the gay community. Chef Eddie Huang discusses growing up in Orlando and gun culture.
2,795June 15Roland EmmerichIndependence Day: Resurgence0.773[82]
Jordan Klepper and Desi Lydic discuss white voters, Roy Wood Jr. examines Alabama's scandal-plagued government, and Roland Emmerich talks about "Independence Day: Resurgence".
2,796June 16Deshauna BarberN/A0.677[83]
Senate Democrats push for gun control in a 15-hour filibuster, Trevor examines Australia's declining species, and Miss USA Deshauna Barber discusses PTSD aid for veterans.
2,797June 20Jim Himes, Jack GarrattPhase0.787[84]
Congressman Jim Himes (D-Conn) explains the gun control debate in the House. British singer/songwriter Jack Garratt performs "Worry" and "Weathered" from his album Phase.
2,798June 21Tavis SmileyBefore You Judge Me: The Triumph and Tragedy of Michael Jackson’s Last Days. ISBN 978-0-3162-5909-5. 0.775[85]
Roy Wood Jr. and Jordan Klepper demonstrate why Congress can't pass gun control legislation, a heat wave hits the Southwest, and Tavis Smiley discusses "Before You Judge Me".
2,799June 22John Heilemann & Mark HalperinThe Circus: Inside the Greatest Political Show on Earth0.763[86]
Rio de Janeiro prepares for the Olympics, Roy Wood Jr. investigates lobbyists and the Army Corps of Engineers, and John Heilemann and Mark Halperin discuss "The Circus".
2,800June 23MacklemoreThis Unruly Mess I've Made0.760[87]
House Democrats stage a sit-in protest to call for gun control legislation, Michelle Wolf dissects the Second Amendment, and Macklemore discusses opioid addiction.
2,801June 27Cynthia ErivoThe Color Purple0.830[88]
The U.K. votes to leave the European Union, Roy Wood Jr. breaks down Jesse Williams's anti-racism speech at the BET Awards, and Cynthia Erivo discusses "The Color Purple".
2,802June 28Calvin TrillinJackson, 1964: And Other Dispatches from Fifty Years of Reporting on Race in America. ISBN 978-0-3995-8824-2. 0.760[89]
The Supreme Court strikes down restrictive abortion regulations in Texas, Jordan Klepper reports on Illinois's budget impasse, and Calvin Trillin discusses "Jackson, 1964".
2,803June 29Laverne CoxOrange Is the New Black0.847[90]
Elizabeth Warren campaigns with presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton, Desi Lydic fact-checks a Donald Trump speech, and Laverne Cox chats about "Orange Is the New Black".
2,804June 30Chuck KlostermanBut What If We're Wrong: Thinking About the Present As If It Were the Past. ISBN 978-0-3991-8412-3. 0.880[91]
The U.K. hunts for a new prime minister following the Brexit vote, Jessica Williams says goodbye to The Daily Show, and Chuck Klosterman discusses "But What If We're Wrong?"

July[edit]

No.Original air dateGuest(s)Promotion
or Feature
US viewers
(millions)
2,805July 5Jim GaffiganThe Jim Gaffigan Show0.799[92]
The FBI announces that Hillary Clinton won't be indicted over an email scandal, Donald Trump tweets an anti-Semitic image, and Jim Gaffigan discusses The Jim Gaffigan Show.
2,806July 6Terry McMillanI Almost Forgot About You. ISBN 978-1-1019-0257-8. 0.819[94]
Hillary Clinton's past remarks about her email investigation prove to be untrue, Donald Trump praises Saddam Hussein for killing Iraqi citizens with poison gas,[93] and Terry McMillan discusses "I Almost Forgot About You".
2,807July 7Julia StilesJason Bourne0.804[95]
Trevor reacts to the police shootings of two black men, Gretchen Carlson sues Fox News CEO Roger Ailes for sexual harassment, and Julia Stiles discusses "Jason Bourne".
SpecialJuly 18N/A2016 Republican Party Nomination Campaign clip show1.070[96]
"Democalypse 2016: The Road to 'The Road'"
Trevor takes a look back at the bizarre and unprecedented primary season that led to Donald Trump's emergence as the GOP nominee.
2,808July 19Michael SteeleN/A1.049[97]
"Submission Accomplished - Night One - An Unbelievably Classy And Tremendous And Huge And Good Convention"
To kick off The Daily Show's Republican National Convention coverage, Trevor breaks down the first day of speeches, and Michael Steele discusses Donald Trump's GOP nomination.
2,809July 20Christiane AmanpourN/A0.880[98]
"Submission Accomplished - Night Two - Last Chance To Say Something, Paul Ryan"
From the RNC in Cleveland, Chris Christie leads anti-Hillary Clinton chants, Jordan Klepper examines Donald Trump's faith, and Christiane Amanpour discusses political unity.
2,810July 21Alex WagnerFeature: The Very Very Incredible Deal0.517[99]
"Submission Accomplished - Night Three - Holy Balls, It's Really Happening"
Live from the RNC in Cleveland, Donald Trump accepts the presidential nomination, Rosie O'Donnell looks back at the mogul's life, and Alex Wagner discusses the election.
2,811July 22N/AN/A0.696[100]
"Submission Accomplished - Night Four - The Party's Over"
On The Daily Show's final night of RNC coverage, The Best F#@king News Team reacts to Donald Trump's nomination, fact-checks the speeches and prepares for possible deportation.
SpecialJuly 25N/A2016 Democratic Party Nomination Campaign clip show0.638[101]
"Democalypse 2016: What To Expect When You're Expectant"
To kick off the Democratic National Convention, Trevor revisits a primary process that pitted Hillary Clinton against Bernie Sanders.
2,812July 26John PodestaN/A0.777[102]
"Let's Not Get Crazy - Night One - A Bold New Same"
Kicking off The Daily Show's Democratic National Convention coverage, The Best F#@king News Team examines a DNC email leak, and John Podesta discusses Hillary Clinton's run.
2,813July 27Kirsten GillibrandN/A0.669[104]
"Let's Not Get Crazy - Night Two - Every Minority The Cameras Could Find"
From the DNC in Philadelphia, Desi Lydic unpacks Hillary Clinton's nomination, Donald Trump asks Russia to hack the U.S.,[103] and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand discusses paid leave.
2,814July 28Mark LeibovichN/A0.523[105]
"Let's Not Get Crazy - Night Three - Goldman Sachs Presents The Hillary Acceptance Speech"
As the DNC wraps up in Philadelphia, Hillary Clinton accepts the Democratic nomination for president, and Mark Leibovich discusses the high-stakes election.
2,815July 29Cory BookerN/A0.581[106]
"Let's Not Get Crazy - Night Four - Can We Please Just Vote Now?"
On The Daily Show's final night at the DNC in Philadelphia, The Best F#@king News Team reviews the week's speeches, and Cory Booker discusses Hillary Clinton's campaign.

August[edit]

No.Original air dateGuest(s)Promotion
or Feature
US viewers
(millions)
2,816August 8John LewisMarch: Book Three0.719[107]
"2016 Daily Show Summer Games"
Donald Trump accuses Democrats of rigging the election, and Representative John Lewis talks about participating in the civil rights movement in his book "March: Book Three."
2,817August 9Riki Lindhome & Natasha LeggeroAnother Period0.685[108]
"2016 Daily Show Summer Games"
Congress battles over Zika funding amid U.S. outbreaks, Desi Lydic fact-checks Donald Trump's economic speech, and Riki Lindhome and Natasha Leggero discuss Another Period.
2,818August 10Mychal Denzel SmithInvisible man, got the whole world watching : a young black man's education. ISBN 978-1568585284. 0.738[109]
"2016 Daily Show Summer Games"
Donald Trump calls on Second Amendment supporters to thwart Hillary Clinton, and Mychal Denzel Smith discusses "Invisible Man, Got the Whole World Watching."
2,819August 11Mike BirbigliaDon't Think Twice0.679[110]
"2016 Daily Show Summer Games"
Donald Trump claims Barack Obama founded ISIS, Trevor suggests ways to prevent police from shooting unarmed citizens, and Mike Birbiglia discusses "Don't Think Twice."
2,820August 15Daniel RadcliffeImperium0.776[111]
"2016 Daily Show Summer Games"
Donald Trump's surrogates defend his claims that President Obama founded ISIS, Ronny Chieng examines the Trump Organization, and Daniel Radcliffe discusses "Imperium."
2,821August 16Yaa Gyasi, Sharlto CopleyHomegoing, The Hollars0.651[112]
"2016 Daily Show Summer Games"
Desi Lydic fact-checks Donald Trump's counter-terrorism speech, Yaa Gyasi discusses her book "Homegoing," and Sharlto Copley talks about his movie "The Hollars."
2,822August 17LeBron JamesLeBron James Family Foundation and Cleveland Hustles0.795[113]
"2016 Daily Show Summer Games"
Donald Trump calls for more cops in black communities, Trevor examines police profiling, and LeBron James discusses the LeBron James Family Foundation and "Cleveland Hustles."
2,823August 18Emily KingThe Switch0.660[114]
"2016 Daily Show Summer Games"
The Best F#@king News Team examines third-party candidates, Jordan Klepper puts Donald Trump fans to the test, and Emily King performs songs from her album "The Switch."

September[edit]

No.Original air dateGuest(s)Promotion
or Feature
US viewers
(millions)
2,824September 6Jeff RossJeff Ross Roasts Cops0.843[115]
China snubs President Obama at the G20 Summit, Roy Wood Jr. weighs in on Donald Trump's attempt to woo black voters, and Jeff Ross discusses his special "Jeff Ross Roasts Cops".
2,825September 7Ava DuVernayQueen Sugar0.797[116]
Trevor breaks down Congress's inaction on Zika funding, Hasan Minhaj (Hasan Mi-jobs) details the latest features on the iPhone 7, and Ava DuVernay discusses "Queen Sugar".
2,826September 8Howard SchultzUpstanders0.727[117]
Matt Lauer grills Hillary Clinton on her emails, Desi Lydic fact-checks Donald Trump on international relations, and Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz discusses "Upstanders".
2,827September 12Tip "T.I." HarrisT.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle0.697[118]
Hillary Clinton comes under fire for hiding her pneumonia diagnosis, Hasan Minhaj investigates the Dakota Access pipeline, and Tip "T.I." Harris discusses "The Family Hustle".
2,828September 13Danielle Weisberg & Carly ZakintheSkimm0.776[119]
NFL star Colin Kaepernick protests during the national anthem, The Best F#@king News Team debates Kaepernick's patriotism, and Danielle Weisberg & Carly Zakin talk theSkimm.
2,829September 14Hannah HartDirty 300.890[120]
A Missouri law may lift training requirements for gun owners, Roy Wood Jr. reports on a college protest that fights firearms with dildos, and Hannah Hart discusses Dirty 30.
2,830September 15Bill ClintonN/A0.751[121]
President Obama stumps for Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump stops by The Dr. Oz Show, and Clinton Foundation founder Bill Clinton discusses Hillary Clinton's campaign.
2,831September 19Nick Jonas & Ben SchnetzerGoat0.702[122]
New Yorkers are unfazed by a terrorist attack in Manhattan, Michelle Wolf tackles a burkini controversy in France, and Nick Jonas and Ben Schnetzer discuss their movie "Goat".
2,832September 20Jada Pinkett SmithGotham0.764[123]
Donald Trump Jr. likens Syrian refugees to deadly Skittles, Jordan Klepper has an enlightening experience at a Trump rally and Jada Pinkett Smith discusses "Gotham".
2,833September 21Wendy WilliamsThe Wendy Williams Show0.790 [124]
Trevor examines the police shooting of Terence Crutcher, Wells Fargo scams millions of customers and Wendy Williams chats about hosting "The Wendy Williams Show".
2,834September 22Lisa LingThis Is Life with Lisa Ling0.842 [125]
Mark Zuckerberg announces a plan to cure all diseases, Trevor marvels at Tomi Lahren's inexplicable anger, and CNN's Lisa Ling discusses "This Is Life with Lisa Ling".
2,835September 26Alicia MenendezN/A0.817[126]
"Debate Night 2016: 2 Podiums 2 Furious"
Live after the debate, Trevor covers the first debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, Jordan Klepper learns about political fact-checking, and Alicia Menendez discusses debate moderation.
2,836September 27Sara Goldrick-RabPaying The Price: College Costs, Financial Aid, and the Betrayal of the American Dream. ISBN 978-0-2264-0434-9. 0.823 [127]
Donald Trump blames his poor debate performance on his microphone, Desi Lydic fact-checks the first presidential debate, and Sara Goldrick-Rab discusses "Paying the Price".
2,837September 28Reid HoffmanTrumped Up Cards0.943[128]
Donald Trump defends attacks he made on a former Miss Universe's weight, Trevor looks back at Trump's history of sexism, and Reid Hoffman discusses the presidential election and "Trumped Up Cards".
2,838September 29Blood OrangeFreetown Sound0.692[129]
Trevor examines the legacy of stop-and-frisk, Roy Wood Jr. and Jordan Klepper test North Carolina's anti-LGBT law, and Blood Orange performs songs from "Freetown Sound."

October[edit]

No.Original air dateGuest(s)Promotion
or Feature
US viewers
(millions)
2,839October 3James MarsdenWestworld0.782[130]
Donald Trump may have avoided paying taxes for 18 years, Roy Wood Jr. weighs in on Congress allowing Saudi Arabia to be sued for 9/11, and James Marsden discusses "Westworld".
2,840October 4Ezra KleinN/A0.934[131]
"2016 Vice Presidential Debate: Two Men Enter, No One Cares"
Live after the debate, Trevor recaps the vice presidential debate between Mike Pence and Tim Kaine, Hasan Minhaj honors Joe Biden, and Ezra Klein discusses the 2016 election.
2,841October 5Mark DuplassBlue Jay0.774[132]
The media creates scandals by taking remarks by Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump out of context, Lewis Black urges millennials to vote, and Mark Duplass discusses "Blue Jay".
2,842October 6Carmelo AnthonyCarmelo Anthony Foundation0.703[133]
Ronny Chieng unpacks a racist "O'Reilly Factor" segment, Desi Lydic finds out how sexism sells in the election, and Carmelo Anthony discusses the Carmelo Anthony Foundation.
2,843October 10Xavier BecerraN/A0.899[134]
Donald Trump brags about groping women in a 2005 video, Trevor likens Trump to an African dictator, and Xavier Becerra discusses Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.
2,844October 11Charlamagne Tha GodThe Breakfast Club0.981[135]
Desi Lydic fact-checks 2016's second presidential debate, Michelle Wolf examines Donald Trump's sexual assault scandal, and Charlamagne Tha God discusses "The Breakfast Club."
2,845October 12Bryan ChristyNational Geographic Magazine, October 2016 issue1.022[136]
Conservative Christians defend Donald Trump's Pussygate comments, The Best F#@king News Team debates trigger warnings, and Bryan Christy discusses the rhino horn trade.
2,846October 13Ana Navarro, JidennaThe Chief0.798[137]
Multiple women accuse Donald Trump of sexual assault, Ana Navarro discusses growing tensions within the GOP, and Jidenna performs songs from his album "Long Live the Chief".
2,847October 17Russell SimmonsMuslims Are Speaking Out Campaign0.941[138]
The U.S. bombs Yemen, Donald Trump claims that the 2016 presidential election will be rigged, and Russell Simmons discusses the Muslims Are Speaking Out campaign.
2,848October 18Uzo AdubaAmerican Pastoral0.986[139]
Melania Trump addresses Donald Trump's Pussygate scandal, WikiLeaks publishes Hillary Clinton's emails and Wall Street speeches, and Uzo Aduba discusses "American Pastoral".
2,849October 19Matt Taibbi"The Fury and Failure of Donald Trump", Rolling Stone November 2016 issue[140]1.073[141]
"Debate Night 2016: Let's Get Ready to Ramble"
In this live episode, after the third and final U.S. Presidential Debate, Trevor Noah unpacks Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump's final presidential debate, Roy Wood Jr. grills apathetic black voters, and Matt Taibbi talks Democalypse 2016 and the future of American politics.
2,850October 20Mike ColterLuke Cage0.713[143]
Trevor Noah is out sick due to upper respiratory & ear infection,[142] and is replaced by Jordan Klepper.
Donald Trump threatens to challenge the results of the 2016 election, Roy Wood Jr. examines the struggles black journalists face, and Mike Colter discusses "Luke Cage".
SpecialOctober 24N/ADemocalypse 2016 Recap clip show0.764[144]
"Democalypse 2016 Roundup: The Best of the Worst"
Trevor Noah looks back on The Daily Show's coverage of the 2016 general election in all of its bizarre grandeur, from the Clinton-Trump debates, innumerable scandals (Trump Tapes & Jesse Watters' Chinatown Controversy) and Ken Bone's popularity.
2,851October 25Dana BashN/A0.807[145]
Roy Wood Jr. examines the closing of a French refugee camp, Donald Trump pledges to sue his sexual assault accusers, and Dana Bash talks about reporting on the 2016 election.
2,852October 26John Della Volpe & Phil CollinsNot Dead Yet: The Autobiography. ISBN 978-1-7808-9512-3. 0.949[146]
Trevor examines the online media's partisan divide, John Della Volpe talks about polling millennial voters, and Phil Collins chats about his memoir "Not Dead Yet".
2,853October 27JeezyTrap or Die 30.845[147]
The Obama administration announces major price hikes for Obamacare, Desi Lydic and Eliza Cossio conduct a rigged election poll, and rapper Jeezy discusses "Trap or Die 3".
2,854October 31Jeff RossIndecision 20200.820[148]
"October 31, 2020"
In this Halloween special, Trevor returns to the post-apocalyptic Daily Show studio in 2020, after four years of a Trump presidency. We get to see what happened to CNN, John Oliver and Chris Hardwick, after Trump's anti-media policies took place. The show also gives us a look into the Trump News Network (with Larry King), BBC News report of the wall, his anti-bullying policies, the new national anthem, and see how The Best F#@king News Team (Roy Wood Jr., Jordan Klepper, Ronny Chieng, Desi Lydic & Hasan Minhaj) is doing. In the third act, Trevor is visited by Jeff Ross, who is not doing well after working under Trump as 'Secretary of Offence'.

November[edit]

No.Original air dateGuest(s)Promotion
or Feature
US viewers
(millions)
2,855November 1Susan RiceN/A0.720[149]
The FBI begins another probe into Hillary Clinton's emails, Michelle Wolf discusses male birth control, and Susan Rice reflects on her time as National Security Advisor.
2,856November 2Kal PennDesignated Survivor0.722[150]
Trevor describes how Hillary Clinton is living the black experience, Desi Lydic meets Donald Trump's Trumpette supporters, and Kal Penn discusses "Designated Survivor".
2,857November 3CommonBlack America Again, 13th0.864[151]
Roy Wood Jr. was there to witness The Chicago Cub win, Trevor checks in on key Senate races in Illinois and North Carolina, Donald Trump's juvenile speechwriter is revealed, and Common discusses the racial injustices that inspired his album "Black America Again" and working with Ava DuVernay on the Netflix documentary "13th".
2,858November 7Jonathan CapehartCape Up0.875[152]
The FBI concludes a probe into Hillary Clinton's emails just ahead of the 2016 election, Trevor urges viewers to vote, and Jonathan Capehart discusses his "Cape Up" podcast.
2,859November 8Ana Marie Cox, Douglas Brinkley & Keegan-Michael KeyElection Night Democalypse 2016: The Series Finale of America0.669 (Comedy Central) or 1.192 (All Broadcasts)[156]

"Election Night 2016: No. No, Please. No. - Oh God, No!! - Noooooooo!!!!!!"
The Daily Show goes live on election night 2016 to give a final report on Democalypse 2016 by Trevor Noah & The Best F#@king News Team. The episode consists of live senate & presidential race updates, Trevor articulating concern for the close race, Ronny Chieng wondering why the results are taking so long, Jordan Klepper finding common ground between Clinton-Trump supporters, an interview with Ana Marie Cox, Douglas Brinkley & Keegan-Michael Key, and Desi Lydic asks Trump's poll-watchers what they plan to do on Election Day.

Note: This episode was a 1-hour special (44 mins excluding commercials) that was broadcast on Comedy Central, MTV, MTV2, VH1, Spike, TV Land and The Comedy Network. The entire special was livestreamed on the Comedy Central website and app.[153] The show's first act was also streamed on Facebook[154] and Periscope.[155]
2,860November 9John StantonN/A1.173[157]
After Donald Trump is elected president, Trevor recaps Democalypse 2016, Michelle Wolf and Hasan Minhaj break down how women and Muslims are reacting, and John Stanton discusses BuzzFeed's election coverage and journalism under a Trump presidency.
2,861November 10Deborah Lee James & Eric FanningN/A1.012[158]
Barack Obama meets President-elect Trump, Trevor discusses Trump voters and their reasons for support, Ronny Chieng finds new ways to poll the electorate, and Deborah Lee James and Eric Fanning discuss the transition of military power and their role to the President.
2,862November 14Nate Silver, Adrian GrenierThe Lonely Whale Foundation, FiveThirtyEight0.838[159]
President-elect Donald Trump backs down on key campaign promises, Trevor talks about Trump's interview on 60 Minutes, Nate Silver discusses FiveThirtyEight and the polling industry, and Adrian Grenier talks about the Lonely Whale Foundation.
2,863November 15Desus Nice & The Kid MeroDesus & Mero0.856[160]
Trevor looks at the future of America by comparing President-Elect Donald Trump to President of South Africa Jacob Zuma, developing countries learn about American democracy (lobbying & gerrymandering), and Desus Nice and The Kid Mero discuss "Desus and Mero".
2,864November 16Wesley LoweryThey Can't Kill Us All: Ferguson, Baltimore, and a New Era in America's Racial Justice Movement. ISBN 978-0-3163-1250-9. 0.926[161]
Former Executive Chairman of Breitbart News and notable alt-right member Steve Bannon joins the Trump administration as Chief Strategist, The Best F#@king News Team (Roy Wood Jr., Desi Lydic, Hasan Minhaj, Jordan Klepper & Ronny Chieng) mourns the death of facts, and Wesley Lowery discusses "They Can't Kill Us All."
2,865November 17George Packer, Q-Tip"The Unconnected", The New Yorker (October 31st 2016 issue),[162] We Got It From Here...Thank You 4 Your Service0.760[163]
President-elect Trump's transition team calls for a Muslim registry, Jordan Klepper & Trevor Noah discuss how to stand up for American Muslims, George Packer discusses The New Yorker, and Q-Tip of A Tribe Called Quest talks the group's reunion album, We Got it From Here...Thank You 4 Your Service.
2,866November 28Ryan Speedo GreenSing for Your Life: A Story of Race, Music, and Family. ISBN 978-0316300674. 0.813[164]
Trevor reflects on Black Friday, Jill Stein files for recounts in swing states, Donald Trump is accused of using his president-elect status to further his business so Trevor takes a look at his potential conflicts of interests, Cuban leader Fidel Castro dies, and Ryan Speedo Green discusses "Sing For Your Life."
2,867November 29Mahershala AliMoonlight0.886[165]
The media grapples with President-elect Trump's lying, Adam Lowitt weighs in on a Holocaust-themed ice skating performance in Russia, and Mahershala Ali discusses "Moonlight".
2,868November 30Tomi LahrenTomi0.877[166]
Trevor Noah, Jordan Klepper and Roy Wood Jr. examine Trump administration nominees Jeff Sessions and Steven Mnuchin in the first instalment of "Profiles in Tremendousness", and "Tomi" host Tomi Lahren talks about being a voice for conservatism, Colin Kaepernick's protest, Black Lives Matter, Donald Trump's campaign promises, immigration, etc.

December[edit]

No.Original air dateGuest(s)Promotion
or Feature
US viewers
(millions)
2,869December 1Chelsea HandlerChelsea0.743[167]
Trevor looks at the Indian Government's attempt to demonetise 500 and 1000 rupee notes, problems arise after plans are revealed for the initial route of the Dakota Access Pipeline, Native Americans protest the DAPL at the Standing Rock Reservation, another instalment of "Profiles in Tremendousness": President-elect Trump names Michael T. Flynn national security advisor, and Chelsea Handler discusses "Chelsea" and the 2016 U.S Presidential Election results.
2,870December 5Van JonesThe Messy Truth0.785[168]
Trevor examines the outrage over an African-American mall-Santa at Mall of America, Donald Trump's tweeting habits, another instalment of "Profiles in Tremendousness": Ben Carson is nominated for Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Jordan Klepper hits Donald Trump's post-election tour and provides another instalment of "Jordan Klepper Fingers the Pulse", and Van Jones discusses "The Messy Truth".
2,871December 6John LegendDarkness and Light & La La Land0.895[169]
Trevor comments on the Austrian Presidential election of 2016, President-elect Trump raises eyebrows after talking to the President of Taiwan Tsai Ing-wen, Hasan Minhaj learns how the Navy is going green, and John Legend discusses "La La Land" & "Darkness and Light".
2,872December 7Brian Tyree HenryAtlanta0.830[170]
Trevor discusses Domino's Christmas Reindeer special, Thomas Jefferson (Jordan Klepper) explains the Electoral College, Hasan Minhaj looks at criminals who go viral online, and Brian Tyree Henry discusses his role in "Atlanta".
2,873December 8Evan McMullin, DJ Khaled"Trump's Threat to the Constitution" Op-Ed, New York Times,[171]
The Keys. ISBN 978-0593078372.  & Get Schooled Foundation
0.785[172]
Trevor reflects on Donald Trump's Labor Secretary Andrew Puzder & E.P.A Administrator Scott Pruitt, President-elect Trump strikes a problematic deal with Carrier to keep jobs in the U.S., Evan McMullin talks about uniting Americans past party lines, and DJ Khaled discusses "The Keys" and "Get Schooled" Foundation.
2,874December 12President Barack ObamaObamacare0.986 (Comedy Central) or 1.552 (All Broadcasts)[174]

Trevor sits down with President Obama at the White House to discuss Russia's impact on the 2016 election, the incoming Trump administration and its ties to Russia, Donald Trump's lack of intelligence briefings, ObamaCare, Obama's post-presidential role in American politics, modern racism and implicit bias.

Note: This episode was simulcast on Comedy Central, MTV & BET.[173]
2,875December 13Ta-Nehisi Coates"My President Was Black: A history of the first African American White House—and of what came next" article, The Atlantic Magazine (January/February 2017 issue)[175]0.714[176]
Trevor reflects on his interview with President Barack Obama, another instalment of "Profiles in Tremendousness": Donald Trump picks Rex Tillerson for secretary of state, parody of Shark Tank: The Best F#@king News Team (Desi Lydic, Ronny Chieng & Roy Wood Jr.) designs poop-friendly NASA suits in-front of a panel of judges (Barbara Corcoran & Tim Gunn), and Ta-Nehisi Coates discusses his article "My President Was Black".
2,876December 14Michael K. WilliamsAssassin's Creed0.917[177]
Trevor reacts to McDonald's new winter cups, Donald Trump admits to campaigning on falsehoods, Desi Lydic and Michelle Wolf examine the future of reproductive rights, and Michael K. Williams discusses "Assassin's Creed".
2,877December 15Rob CorddryOffice Christmas Party & Ballers0.824[178]
"The Daily Show's The Yearly Show 2016"
Trevor Noah & The Best F#@king News Team recaps the biggest news of 2016, Desi Lydic looks back at the biggest breakups of 2016 (Jolie-Pitt, Brexit), Hassan Minhaj details the top 3 fake news headlines, Roy Wood Jr. recaps the politicization of sports (Colin Kaepernick anthem protest and 2016 World Series), Ronny Chieng breaks down internet challenges such as the Mannequin Challenge and Water bottle flipping challenge, Jordan Klepper celebrates Donald Trump supporters, and Rob Corddry discusses "Office Christmas Party" & "Ballers".

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