List of The Daily Show episodes (2017)

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The Daily Show 2017 episodes
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No. of episodes 160 (and 17 specials)
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This is a list of episodes for The Daily Show with Trevor Noah in 2017.[1]

2017[edit]

January[edit]

No.Original air dateGuest(s)PromotionUS viewers
(millions)
2,878January 3Michael CheSaturday Night Live & Michael Che Matters0.787[2]
Trevor recaps his vacation, House Republicans vote to gut a Congressional ethics group, Vladimir Putin reacts to President Obama's sanctions on Russia, and Michael Che discusses Michael Che Matters.
2,879January 4Omar Saif GhobashLetters to a Young Muslim. ISBN 9781250119841. 0.766[3]
Trevor remarks on the new era of Twitter politics, House Republicans defend a vote to gut an ethics panel, Michelle Wolf examines a congressional swearing-in ceremony, and Omar Saif Ghobash discusses Letters to a Young Muslim.
2,880January 5Keegan-Michael Key & Jordan PeeleKey & Peele0.804[4]
The Vatican is opening a McDonald's, the GOP prepares to repeal Obamacare, Jordan Klepper and Desi Lydic examine congressional gridlock in the distant future, and Keegan-Michael Key gives his final address as Obama's anger translator in a sketch with Jordan Peele.
2,881January 9Susan GoldbergNational Geographic0.792[5]
Ghana President Nana Akufo-Addo is caught plagiarising former U.S presidents, Trevor recaps the 2017 Golden Globes, Donald Trump lies about the intelligence report on Russian election hacking, and Susan Goldberg discusses National Geographic magazine.
2,882January 10Aasif MandviA Series of Unfortunate Events0.815[6]
Trevor talks about a Taiwanese politician's funeral, Donald Trump prepares for a pre-inauguration news conference, Roy Wood Jr. examines Apple's gun emoji redesign (with Michael K. Williams cameo), and Aasif Mandvi discusses A Series of Unfortunate Events.
2,883January 11Jonathan ChaitAudacity: How Barack Obama Defied His Critics and Created a Legacy That Will Prevail. ISBN 9780062496690. 0.839[7]
"Russia's Goldshower"
The show opens with a spoof of James Bond's Goldfinger opening sequence. President Obama gives his farewell address; Trevor Noah covers reports of Russia having compromising video of president-elect Trump and golden showers; Donald Trump dismisses CNN as "fake news" at his first post-election press conference; and Jonathan Chait discusses Audacity.
2,884January 12Cecile RichardsPlanned Parenthood0.787[8]
Trevor covers Taco Bell's new fried-chicken taco shell, Donald Trump holds a surreal press conference, the U.S. Ethics Office blasts Donald Trump's divestment plan, Ben Carson begins his confirmation hearing for HUD secretary, and Cecile Richards discusses the future of Planned Parenthood.
2,885January 16David Fahrenthold & Bryshere GrayThe Washington Post, CNN, Empire, The New Edition Story & Sprinter0.787[9]
Steve Harvey meets President-Elect during his rough week, Donald Trump lashes out at John Lewis, Washington Post reporter David Fahrenthold talks about covering the 2016 election and the future of reporting on Trump, and Bryshere Gray discusses The New Edition Story.
2,886January 17John ZimmerLyft0.905[10]
Companies recall controversial products, Hasan Minhaj & Trevor Noah argue about Gandhi & Mandela, President Obama makes last-ditch efforts to protect his legacy, Lewis Black talks about the lack of star power at Donald Trump's inauguration, and John Zimmer discusses Lyft.
2,887January 18Samantha PowerN/A0.872[11]
Donald Trump gets protested at a wax museum in Spain, Secretary of Education nominee Betsy DeVos faces a harsh confirmation hearing, Michelle Wolf looks at Donald Trump's approval rating, and Samantha Power discusses her UN role.
2,888January 19Scott Conroy & James McAvoyVote First or Die: The New Hampshire Primary: America’s Discerning, Magnificent, and Absurd Road to the White House. ISBN 9781610395816.  & Split0.945[12]
Tensions over President-elect Trump's relationship with Russia rise ahead of his inauguration, Scott Conroy discusses Embeds, and James McAvoy chats about his movie Split.
2,889January 20Joy ReidWe Are the Change We Seek: The Speeches of Barack Obama. ISBN 9781632869463. 0.852[13]
"The Celebrity Appresident: Inauguration Day 2017"
The show opens with a spoof of The Celebrity Apprentice with Donald Trump opening title sequence, complete with the backing song For the Love of Money. Donald Trump is sworn in as president, Roy Wood Jr. salutes Barack Obama, Desi Lydic tackles parenthood in a new America, and Joy Reid discusses We Are the Change We Seek.
2,890January 23Matt TaibbiInsane Clown President: Dispatches from the American Circus. ISBN 978-0399592461. 1.010[14]
Millions gather worldwide for the Women's March, Jordan Klepper & Desi Lydic cover the Inauguration and protest crowds, Lydic examines the Trump administration's "alternative facts" in a segment of 'What the Alternative Fact?', and Matt Taibbi discusses his book Insane Clown President.
2,891January 24Big Sean'I Decided' Album0.912[15]
Firefighters in Dubai get an upgrade, Trevor profiles Press Secretary Sean Spicer, Spicer has trouble during his "first" press briefing, The Best F#@king News Team (Jordan Klepper, Hasan Minhaj, Desi Lydic, Roy Wood Jr., Ronny Chieng, Eliza Cossio, Michelle Wolf & Lewis Black) auditions to read President Trump's tweets, and Big Sean discusses his album I Decided.
2,892January 25Heather Ann Thompson & Bellamy YoungBlood in the Water: The Attica Uprising of 1971 and its Legacy. ISBN 9780375423222.  & Scandal0.965[16]
Bill O'Reilly becomes president for an hour, President Trump signs a series of controversial executive orders, Heather Anne Thompson discusses Blood in the Water, and Bellamy Young talks about Scandal.
2,893January 26Laurence FishburneMadiba0.956[17]
The U.K Supreme court decides that Parliament is required to trigger A50, Donald Trump gives his first interview as president, Trevor examines the actual inaugural cake, and Laurence Fishburne talks about playing Nelson Mandela in Madiba.
2,894January 30Sybrina Fulton & Tracy MartinRest in Power: The Enduring Life of Trayvon Martin. ISBN 978-0812997231. 0.915[18]
Hasan Minhaj examines a Muslim-targeted travel ban, Neal Brennan accuses President Trump of being too sensitive, and Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin discuss Rest in Power.
2,895January 31Anthony D. RomeroAmerican Civil Liberties Union0.951[19]
Democrats have trouble with their mics, President Trump fires the acting attorney general Sally Yates, Hasan Minhaj puts the Muslim-targeted travel ban into historical perspective, and Anthony D. Romero discusses the ACLU.

February[edit]

No.Original air dateGuest(s)PromotionUS viewers
(millions)
2,896February 1David MilibandInternational Rescue Committee0.898[20]
Beyoncé has twins, President Trump nominates Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court and hosts a Black History Month gathering, and David Miliband discusses the International Rescue Committee.
2,897February 2Blair UnderwoodQuantico0.913[21]
Trevor reacts to Groundhog Day, Pastor Darrell Scott admits to lying at the White House's Black History Month gathering, President Trump picks fights with Mexico and Australia, Roy Wood Jr. attends a football convention to get his mind off politics, and Blair Underwood discusses Quantico.
2,898February 6Keith EllisonDemocratic Party0.944[22]
A super football game(s), President Trump lashes out at a federal judge on Twitter, Trevor examines Steve Bannon's role in the White House, and Keith Ellison discusses the Democratic Party's future.
2,899February 7Martin J. WalshN/A1.016[23]
Former President Obama enjoys life outside the White House, President Trump attacks the media for underreporting terrorism, Michelle Wolf celebrates Kellyanne Conway's lies, and Marty Walsh discusses Boston's sanctuary city status.
2,900February 8Tracee Ellis RossBlack-ish0.989[24]
Nordstrom drops Ivanka Trump's brand, Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders debate health care on CNN, Elizabeth Warren reacts to being silenced on the floor of the Senate, and Tracee Ellis Ross discusses Black-ish.
2,901February 9Laura Jane GraceTranny: Confessions of Punk Rock's Most Infamous Anarchist Sellout. ISBN 978-0316387958. 0.973[25]
A fight breaks out in South Africa's parliament during President Zuma's 'State of the Nation Address', the Trump family is accused of using the White House for financial gain, Roy Wood Jr. prepares for Fashion Week and the Grammys, and Laura Jane Grace discusses Tranny.
2,902February 13Elaine Welteroth & Phillip PicardiTeen Vogue0.942[26]
Beyoncé has a holy Grammy performance, Donald Trump and Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe confront a military threat from North Korea, Trevor profiles senior adviser Stephen Miller, and Elaine Welteroth and Phillip Picardi discuss Teen Vogue.
2,903February 14Laverne CoxDoubt1.027[27]
Ivanka Trump attends a meeting with Donald Trump & Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, National Security Adviser Michael Flynn resigns and Republicans don't know how to handle questions about it, and Laverne Cox discusses her show Doubt.
2,904February 15Mark MazzettiThe New York Times0.977[28]
Kim Jong-un's brother Kim Jong-nam is killed, Trevor realises that Trump is America's grandpa (Cameo by Brian Doyle-Murray), President Trump bumbles through a news conference with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and Mark Mazzetti discusses Russia's election hacking.
2,905February 16Ezra EdelmanO.J.: Made in America1.040[29]
President Trump holds a turbulent press conference, Jordan Klepper talks to New Jersey residents living on Dick Street, and Ezra Edelman discusses O.J.: Made in America.
SpecialFebruary 20N/AN/AN/A
"Barack Obama: UN-Presidented"
Clip show reviewing President Barack Obama's tenure in the White House.
SpecialFebruary 21N/AN/AN/A
"The Celebrity Appresident"
Clip show reviewing President Donald Trump's first month in office.
SpecialFebruary 22N/AN/AN/A
"The Inauguration of Donald J. Trump - So Help Us God"
Clip show reviewing the transition from Obama to Trump and Trump's Inauguration period
SpecialFebruary 23N/AN/AN/A
"This Land Is HIS LAND"
Clip show reviewing President Donald J. Trump
2,906February 27John OliverLast Week Tonight with John Oliver0.949[30]
The Trump administration tries to crack down on news leaks, Roy Wood Jr. celebrates black excellence at the Oscars, and John Oliver discusses Last Week Tonight.
2,907February 28Run the JewelsRun the Jewels 30.879[31]
Twitter slams Kellyanne Conway for kneeling on a White House sofa, Desi Lydic finds out if paid protesters are invading town halls, and Run the Jewels talk Run the Jewels 3.

March[edit]

No.Original air dateGuest(s)PromotionUS viewers
(millions)
2,908March 1Jake TapperThe Lead with Jake Tapper0.907[32]
Trevor calls out the media for praising President Donald Trump's first congressional address, and The Lead host Jake Tapper talks about upholding freedom of the press.
2,909March 2Evan OsnosThe New Yorker1.016[33]
Jordan Klepper looks at Jeff Sessions's scandalous talks with Russia, Adam Lowitt examines recent anti-Semitic attacks, and Evan Osnos discusses his New Yorker cover story.
2,910March 6Jennifer LopezShades of Blue0.860[34]
President Donald Trump makes a baseless claim that former President Obama wiretapped him, Neal Brennan examines the GOP's hypocrisy, and Jennifer Lopez discusses Shades of Blue.
2,911March 7Judd ApatowLove0.921[35]
HUD Secretary Ben Carson refers to slaves as "immigrants", Lewis Black breaks down Uber's many scandals, and Judd Apatow discusses his Netflix series Love.
2,912March 8Tressie McMillan CottomLower Ed: The Troubling Rise of For-Profit Colleges in the New Economy. ISBN 978-1620970607. 0.911[36]
The GOP unveils a disastrous replacement for Obamacare, Michelle Wolf details Ivanka Trump's problematic brand of feminism, and Tressie McMillan Cottom discusses Lower Ed.
2,913March 9Alynda SegarraThe Navigator0.900[37]
Trevor and Jordan Klepper sing to "forgotten" Americans, Team Trump threatens to erase climate data, and Alynda Segarra discusses Hurray for the Riff Raff's The Navigator.
2,914March 13Lee DanielsStar1.106[38]
President Donald Trump fails to provide evidence that Barack Obama wiretapped him, Hasan Minhaj and Roy Wood Jr. announce Third Month Mania, and Lee Daniels discusses Star.
2,915March 15Jesse WilliamsGrey's Anatomy0.936[39]
Trevor breaks down Paul Ryan and President Donald Trump's health care bill, Ronny Chieng looks at the downside of smart technology, and Jesse Williams discusses Grey's Anatomy.
2,916March 16Donna BrazileN/A0.926[40]
Dutch voters reject far-right prime minister candidate Geert Wilders, Gina Yashere examines how the U.K. is faring post-Brexit, and Donna Brazile discusses Democratic policy.
2,917March 20Bassem YoussefRevolution for Dummies: Laughing Through the Arab Spring. ISBN 978-0062446893. 0.924[41]
Trevor looks at Fox News's influence in the White House, the FBI and NSA dispute President Trump's wiretapping claims, and Bassem Youssef discusses Revolution for Dummies.
2,918March 21Dahlia LithwickN/A0.884[42]
Trevor runs through the busy news day, Jordan Klepper looks into President Trump's 2020 bid, and Dahlia Lithwick discusses Neil Gorsuch's SCOTUS confirmation hearing.
2,919March 22Michael PeñaCHiPs0.918[43]
SCOTUS nominee Neil Gorsuch faces his Senate confirmation hearing, Hasan Minhaj and Roy Wood Jr. enter another round of Third Month Mania, and Michael Pena discusses CHIPS.
2,920March 23Zara LarssonSo Good0.986[44]
The GOP halts the vote on its Obamacare replacement bill, Ronny Chieng researches the dangers of dating in Australia, and Zara Larsson discusses her album So Good.
2,921March 27John SingletonRebel0.873[45]
The Best F#@king News Team figures out who's to blame for the GOP's failed health care bill, President Donald Trump lies about going golfing, and John Singleton discusses Rebel.
2,922March 28Helene CooperMadame President: The Extraordinary Journey of Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. ISBN 978-1451697353. 0.972[46]
Roy Wood Jr. militarizes Meals on Wheels, Devin Nunes shares classified information in an investigation on President Donald Trump, and Helene Cooper discusses Madame President.
2,923March 29ResidenteResidente0.822[47]
President Donald Trump rolls back coal industry regulations, Hasan Minhaj and Roy Wood Jr. update their Third Month Mania brackets, and Residente discusses his eponymous documentary.
2,924March 30Chris HayesA Colony in a Nation. ISBN 978-0393254228. 0.873[48]
Paul Ryan laughs off an attack from President Donald Trump, Michelle Wolf explains why Rachel Dolezal shouldn't try to pass as black, and Chris Hayes discusses A Colony in a Nation.

April[edit]

No.Original air dateGuest(s)PromotionUS viewers
(millions)
2,925April 3Dr. Willie ParkerLife's Work: A Moral Argument for Choice. ISBN 978-1501151125. 0.737[49]
President Trump honors Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Roy Wood Jr. explains Black Twitter, and Dr. Willie Parker discusses his book Life's Work.
2,926April 4Chelsea HandlerChelsea0.892[50]
Trevor examines Jared Kushner's extensive White House responsibilities, Turkey votes on whether to become a dictatorship, and Chelsea Handler discusses Chelsea.
2,927April 5Michelle RodriguezThe Fate of the Furious0.888[51]
Pepsi pulls its tone-deaf ad featuring Kendall Jenner, Roy Wood Jr. and Hasan Minhaj reveal Donald Trump's best tweet, and Michelle Rodriguez talks The Fate of the Furious.
SpecialApril 6N/AN/AN/A
"Your Moment of Them: The Best of Jordan Klepper"
The Daily Show highlights some of correspondent Jordan Klepper's best reporting on gun safety, Trump supporters and more.
SpecialApril 10N/AN/AN/A
"Your Moment of Them: The Best of Roy Wood Jr."
The Daily Show looks back at correspondent Roy Wood Jr.'s coverage of Meals on Wheels, dildo-brandishing protesters and blackness at the Oscars.
SpecialApril 11N/AN/AN/A
"Your Moment of Them: The Best of Ronny Chieng"
The Daily Show salutes correspondent Ronny Chieng's reporting as he covers Fox News's racism, an interfaith initiative and Donald Trump's China policy.
SpecialApril 12N/AN/AN/A
"Your Moment of Them: The Best of Desi Lydic"
The Daily Show looks back at correspondent Desi Lydic's finest segments so far, including a profile of the Trumpettes, What the Actual Fact? and taking on mommy-shaming.
SpecialApril 13N/AN/AN/A
"Your Moment of Them: The Best of Hasan Minhaj"
The Daily Show highlights correspondent Hasan Minhaj's coverage of Canada's refugee program, the wage gap in soccer and President Trump's Muslim ban.
2,928April 17Austan GoolsbeeN/A0.942[52]
Trevor wonders where World War III will begin, the White House fumbles through the Easter Egg Roll, and economist Austan Goolsbee discusses President Trump's budget.
2,929April 18Adam SchiffN/A0.861[53]
Far-right firebrand Alex Jones claims to be a performance artist, Roy Wood Jr. predicts the future of the Trump presidency, and Adam Schiff discusses Russian election hacking.
2,930April 19Marc EdwardsN/A0.851[54]
Fox News fires Bill O'Reilly, Hasan Minhaj investigates a small Texas town's contaminated water, and Marc Edwards talks about the ongoing lead crisis in Flint, MI.
2,931April 20Rashida JonesHot Girls Wanted0.846[55]
Trevor examines the Trump administration's stance on marijuana, Roy Wood Jr. responds to deregulations in internet privacy, and Rashida Jones discusses Hot Girls Wanted.
2,932April 24John KasichTwo Paths: America Divided or United. ISBN 978-1250138460. 0.943[56]
President Trump approaches his first 100 days benchmark, Desi Lydic learns about Christian culture in Alabama, and Ohio Governor John Kasich discusses Two Paths.
2,933April 25Charlamagne tha GodBlack Privilege: Opportunity Comes to Those Who Create It. ISBN 978-1501145308. 0.929[57]
"Donald Trump" of The President Show defends his first 100 days in office, Hasan Minhaj investigates Alabama's prison reform, and Charlamagne Tha God talks Black Privilege.
2,934April 26Kevin CovalA People's History of Chicago. ISBN 978-1608466719. 0.973[58]
Trevor finds out how the South honors Confederate Memorial Day, Jordan Klepper examines Alabama's conflicting past, and Kevin Coval discusses A People's History of Chicago.
2,935April 27Katy TurN/A0.986[59]
Trevor recaps the day's top headlines, Roy Wood Jr. finds out how Big Foot could save Alabama's forest, and Katy Tur talks about covering Donald Trump's presidential campaign.

May[edit]

No.Original air dateGuest(s)PromotionUS viewers
(millions)
2,936May 1Jon Favreau, Jon Lovett & Tommy VietorPod Save America0.922[60]
The Fyre Festival implodes, Hasan Minhaj celebrates his gig at the White House Correspondents' Dinner, and Jon Favreau, Jon Lovett and Tommy Vietor discuss Pod Save America.
2,937May 2W. Kamau BellThe Awkward Thoughts of W. Kamau Bell. ISBN 978-1101985878. 0.930[61]
Hillary Clinton gives a post-election interview, Ronny Chieng examines the horrors of air travel, and W. Kamau Bell discusses The Awkward Thoughts of W. Kamau Bell.
2,938May 3Michael Bloomberg & Carl PopeSanaa LathanClimate of Hope: How Cities, Businesses, and Citizens Can Save the Planet. ISBN 978-1250142078. Shots Fired0.834[62]
Protesters march against President Trump's anti-environmentalist agenda, Michael Bloomberg and Carl Pope discuss Climate of Hope, and Sanaa Lathan talks about Shots Fired.
2,939May 4Robert SapolskyBehave: The Biology of Humans at Our Best and Worst. ISBN 978-1594205071. 0.823[63]
House Republicans pass an Obamacare replacement bill, Roy Wood Jr. uses an airline scandal to make Congress care about black people, and Robert Sapolsky discusses Behave.
2,940May 8Wanda SykesSnatched0.856[64]
Michelle Wolf weighs in on women's health care under the GOP, Roy Wood Jr. reacts to France electing Emmanuel Macron president, and Wanda Sykes chats about Snatched.
2,941May 9Djimon HounsouKing Arthur: Legend of the Sword0.991[65]
Sally Yates testifies about Michael Flynn in an open Senate hearing, Hasan Minhaj gives the media advice for the Trump era, and Djimon Hounsou discusses King Arthur.
2,942May 10Valerie JarrettN/A0.977[66]
Trevor tackles the fallout from Donald Trump's firing of FBI head James Comey, and former presidential adviser Valerie Jarrett discusses the Obamas' post-White House activism.
2,943May 11D.L. HughleyThe D.L. Hughley Show1.079[67]
President Trump's rationale for firing FBI Director James Comey begins to unravel, Russian officials visit the White House, and D.L. Hughley discusses The D.L. Hughley Show.
2,944May 15Timothy SnyderOn Tyranny: Twenty Lessons from the Twentieth Century. ISBN 978-0804190114. 1.064[68]
President Trump allegedly shares classified information with Russian officials, Confederate monuments get dismantled in the South, and Timothy Snyder discusses On Tyranny.
2,945May 16Gabourey SidibeThis Is Just My Face: Try Not to Stare. ISBN 978-0544786905. 1.024[69]
Jordan Klepper explains why Donald Trump gave classified intel to Russian officials, Ronny Chieng talks flying cars, and Gabourey Sidibe discusses This Is Just My Face.
2,946May 17Susan BurtonBecoming Ms. Burton: From Prison to Recovery to Leading the Fight for Incarcerated Women. ISBN 978-1620972137. 1.072[70]
President Trump allegedly asked James Comey to end the Russia investigation, Vladimir Putin comes to the White House's aid, and Susan Burton discusses Becoming Ms. Burton.
2,947May 18Kerry WashingtonScandal1.018[71]
Trevor reviews the ongoing turmoil within the Trump administration, Desi Lydic interviews an excessively honest politician, and Kerry Washington discusses Scandal.
2,948May 30Dr. Elizabeth FordSometimes Amazing Things Happen: Heartbreak and Hope on the Bellevue Hospital Psychiatric Prison Ward. ISBN 978-1942872306. 1.039[72]
President Trump goes on his first international trip, Jordan Klepper breaks down the Brussels NATO summit, and Elizabeth Ford discusses Sometimes Amazing Things Happen.
2,949May 31Logan BrowningDear White People1.090[73]
The White House defends President Trump's disastrous foreign trip, Michelle Wolf unpacks the pressure Wonder Woman faces, and Logan Browning discusses Dear White People.

June[edit]

No.Original air dateGuest(s)PromotionUS viewers
(millions)
2,950June 1Al FrankenAl Franken, Giant of the Senate. ISBN 978-1478912569. 0.953[74]
President Trump withdraws the U.S. from the Paris climate deal, Jim Jefferies weighs in on the White House's woes, and Al Franken discusses Giant of the Senate.
2,951June 5William Barber IIN/A0.984[75]
World leaders react to President Trump pulling out of the Paris climate deal, Michelle Wolf recaps Megyn Kelly's NBC debut, and William J. Barber II discusses systemic racism.
2,952June 6John AvlonWashington's Farewell: The Founding Father’s Warning to Future Generations. ISBN 978-1476746463. 0.966[76]
Trevor examines President Trump's penchant for touting phony accomplishments, Gina Yashere weighs in on the U.K. election, and John Avlon discusses Washington's Farewell.
2,953June 7Sebastian Junger & Nick QuestedHell on Earth: The Fall of Syria and the Rise of ISIS0.914[77]
Attorney General Jeff Sessions offers to resign, Eric Trump reportedly shifted charity funds into Trump firms, and Sebastian Junger and Nick Quested discuss Hell on Earth.
2,954June 8Salma HayekBeatriz at Dinner1.062[78]
James Comey details his meetings with President Trump in an open Senate hearing, Jordan Klepper weighs in on gun control, and Salma Hayek discusses Beatriz at Dinner.
2,955June 12Roxane GayHunger: A Memoir of (My) Body. ISBN 978-0062362599. 0.892[79]
President Trump's shills demonstrate their loyalty, Trevor invites viewers to visit the Donald J. Trump Presidential Twitter Library, and author Roxane Gay discusses Hunger.
2,956June 13Selenis LeyvaOrange is the New Black0.955[80]
Attorney General Jeff Sessions gets fired up during his Senate hearing, Roy Wood Jr. weighs in on Russian hackers, and Selenis Layva discusses Orange Is the New Black.
2,957June 14Vince StaplesBig Fish Theory Album1.105[81]
Michelle Wolf weighs in on sexism at Uber, Congressional Democrats sue President Trump, and hip-hop artist Vince Staples chats about his album Big Fish Theory.
2,958June 15Whoopi GoldbergN/A1.036[82]
Robert Mueller investigates Donald Trump for obstruction of justice, Hasan Minhaj examines U.S. military action, and Whoopi Goldberg discusses American political discourse.
2,959June 19Janet MockSurpassing Certainty: What My Twenties Taught Me. ISBN 978-1501145797. 1.007[83]
Beyonce gives birth to twins, Trevor runs through the news, Democrat Jon Ossoff battles for a red House district in Georgia, and Janet Mock discusses Surpassing Certainty.
2,960June 20John HarrisPolitico0.907[84]
GOP senators draft their health care bill in secret, Ronny Chieng finds out how a band won the right to use a racist name, and John Harris discusses Politico in the Trump era.
2,961June 21Jason IsbellThe Nashville Sound0.961[85]
Dashcam footage of Philando Castile's police shooting is released, DJ Khaled teaches Trevor how to be positive, and Jason Isbell talks about his album The Nashville Sound.
2,962June 22Jerrod CarmichaelTransformers: The Last Knight0.963[86]
Senate Republicans unveil their Affordable Care Act replacement, Hasan Minhaj talks to fired federal prosecutor Preet Bharara, and Jerrod Carmichael discusses Transformers.

July[edit]

No.Original air dateGuest(s)PromotionUS viewers
(millions)
2,963July 10Kumail NanjianiThe Big Sick0.912[87]
President Trump attends a G20 summit in Germany, Donald Trump Jr. defends meeting with a Russian lawyer during the 2016 election, and Kumail Nanjiani discusses The Big Sick.
2,964July 11David O. BrownCalled to Rise: A Life in Faithful Service to the Community That Made Me. ISBN 978-1524796549. 0.928[88]
Donald Trump Jr. releases emails linking him to a Russian lawyer, Michael Kosta compares liberal and conservative consumers, and David O. Brown discusses Called to Rise.
2,965July 12James DavisHood Adjacent1.001[89]
Fox News defends Donald Trump Jr.'s Russian meeting, Neal Brennan claims the GOP is leading the resistance, and James Davis discusses his Comedy Central show Hood Adjacent.
2,966July 13Ilhan OmarN/A0.944[90]
Translators struggle to interpret President Trump, Roy Wood Jr. addresses Nevada's shortage of legal marijuana, and Trevor chats with Minnesota State Representative Ilhan Omar.
2,967July 17Regina HallGirls Trip0.867[91]
Senate Republicans delay the vote on their health care bill, Roy Wood Jr. examines Ann Coulter's Twitter feud with Delta Air Lines, and Regina Hall discusses Girls Trip.
2,968July 1850 CentPower0.835[92]
The GOP health care bill collapses in the Senate, new details surface about Donald Trump Jr.'s meeting with a Russian lawyer, and Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson discusses Power.
2,969July 19Terry McAuliffeN/A0.834[93]
Jordan Klepper discusses the Trump-Russia scandal with a KGB agent, Michelle Wolf calls for redhead emojis, and Terry McAuliffe talks about his role as governor of Virginia.
2,970July 20Issa RaeInsecure0.856[94]
President Trump claims he regrets picking Jeff Sessions as attorney general, Roy Wood Jr. examines the alternate history show Confederate, and Issa Rae discusses Insecure.
2,971July 24French MontanaJungle Rules0.914[95]
Anthony Scaramucci joins the Trump administration, Trevor bids farewell to former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, and French Montana discusses Jungle Rules.
2,972July 25Rola HallamCanDo0.881[96]
The Senate votes to begin a debate on health care, Democrats unveil a new slogan aimed at working-class voters, and Rola Hallam explains how her company CanDo is aiding Syria.
2,973July 26Charlize TheronAtomic Blonde0.888[97]
The GOP makes another push to repeal Obamacare, trans veterans react to President Trump's ban on trans people in the military, and Charlize Theron discusses Atomic Blonde.
2,974July 27Masha GessenThe Future Is History: How Totalitarianism Reclaimed Russia. ISBN 978-1594634536. 0.980[98]
President Trump continues bashing Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Lewis Black examines America's crumbling infrastructure, and Masha Gessen discusses The Future Is History.
2,975July 31Kathryn BigelowDetroit1.122[99]
Anthony Scaramucci and Reince Priebus leave the White House amid staff shake-ups, President Trump calls for more police violence, and Kathryn Bigelow discusses Detroit.

August[edit]

No.Original air dateGuest(s)PromotionUS viewers
(millions)
2,976August 1Al GoreAn Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power0.960[100]
Russia and North Korea put President Trump's diplomacy to the test, Ronny Chieng examines the everyday impact of global warming, and Al Gore discusses An Inconvenient Sequel.
2,977August 2Joe Kennedy IIIN/A1.038[101]
Jordan Klepper and Roy Wood Jr. examine Jeff Sessions's affirmative action crackdown, Hasan Minhaj visits coal country, and Joe Kennedy III discusses the Democratic platform.
2,978August 3Kate FaganWhat Made Maddy Run: The Secret Struggles and Tragic Death of an All-American Teen. ISBN 978-0316356541. 0.990[102]
Trevor examines systemic racism within law enforcement and looks back at the Trump administration's themed week fails, and Kate Fagan discusses What Made Maddy Run.
SpecialAugust 7N/AN/AN/A
"The Second 100 Days"
Trevor recaps President Trump's biggest accomplishments (and non-accomplishments) during his second 100 days in office, from foreign policy to health care to the environment.
SpecialAugust 8N/AN/AN/A
"The Russian scandal: The Creme de la Kremlin"
Trevor looks at the many ways Donald Trump and his staff have gotten wrapped up in Russia-related scandals since he began his run for the U.S. presidency.
SpecialAugust 9N/AN/AN/A
"Trump's best, smartest people. Such great people."
Trevor runs through the slew of dubiously qualified people President Trump has hired to run his administration and examines their most egregious gaffes and blunders.
SpecialAugust 10N/AN/AN/A
"Start dreading the news"
Trevor analyzes the state of news media with a look at the recent shakeups at Fox News, the effect President Trump has had on punditry and the rise of Alex Jones.
2,979August 21Joshua GreenDevil's Bargain: Steve Bannon, Donald Trump, and the Storming of the Presidency. ISBN 978-0735225022. 0.995[103]
President Trump defends a racially charged rally in Virginia, Roy Wood Jr. gives advice to white supremacists, and Joshua Green discusses Steve Bannon in Devil's Bargain.
2,980August 22Amy KlobucharN/A0.930[104]
Desi Lydic and Ronny Chieng weigh in on President Trump's Afghanistan War strategy, the Secret Service runs low on funds, and Amy Klobuchar discusses her work in the Senate.
2,981August 23Bryan Stevenson & Andra DayLynching in America0.912[105]
President Trump holds a divisive rally in Phoenix, Roy Wood Jr. profiles "Michael the Black Man", and Andra Day and Bryan Stevenson discuss the Lynching in America project.
2,982August 24Nnamdi Asomugha & Colin WarnerCrown Heights0.953[106]
Trevor examines President Trump's personas, Jordan Klepper introduces his show The Opposition with Jordan Klepper, and Nnamdi Asomugha and Colin Warner discuss Crown Heights.
2,983August 28Neil deGrasse TysonAstrophysics for People in a Hurry. ISBN 978-0393609394. 1.203[107]
Donald Trump pardons controversial Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Michael Kosta explains presidential clemency, and Neil deGrasse Tyson discusses Astrophysics for People in a Hurry.
2,984August 29Joy ReidN/A1.056[108]
An email to a Trump business aide reveals a possible Kremlin connection, Roy Wood Jr. weighs in on NFL head injuries, and Joy Reid explains how Democrats can win elections.
2,985August 30James BlakeWays of Grace: Stories of Activism, Adversity, and How Sports Can Bring Us Together. ISBN 978-0062354549. 0.996[109]
Roy Wood Jr. and Hasan Minhaj talk about the removal of Confederate statues, Michelle Wolf examines Ivanka Trump's liberal agenda, and James Blake discusses Ways of Grace.
2,986August 31Reid HoffmanN/A0.905[110]
Trevor examines the anti-fascist group "antifa", Ronny Chieng finds out how scientists are fighting medical price hikes, and Reid Hoffman discusses artificial intelligence.

September[edit]

No.Original air dateGuest(s)PromotionUS viewers
(millions)
2,987September 5Xiuhtezcatl MartinezWe Rise: The Earth Guardians Guide to Building a Movement that Restores the Planet. ISBN 978-1635650679. 0.890[111]
President Trump puts the future of DACA into the hands of Congress, North Korea continues testing nuclear missiles, and Xiuhtezcatl Martinez discusses his book We Rise.
2,988September 6Christopher Hill, Lake BellI Do...Until I Don't0.922[112]
President Trump strikes a deal to fund Hurricane Harvey relief, Christopher Hill examines North Korea's nuclear capabilities, and Lake Bell discusses I Do... Until I Don't.
2,989September 7Zac PosenHouse of Z0.779[113]
President Trump angers the GOP by cutting a budget deal with Democrats, Dulcé Sloan examines New York Fashion Week's cultural appropriation, and Zac Posen talks House of Z.
2,990September 11Idris ElbaThe Mountain Between Us0.957[114]
The Best F#@king News Team tries to one-up reporters covering Florida's Hurricane Irma, 60 Minutes profiles Steve Bannon, and Idris Elba discusses The Mountain Between Us.
2,991September 12Maria SharapovaUnstoppable: my life so far. ISBN 978-0374279790. 0.972[115]
Ted Cruz gets mired in a Twitter porn scandal, Michelle Wolf compares Miss America contestants to President Trump, and Maria Sharapova discusses her book Unstoppable.
2,992September 13Tom Morello & Chuck DProphets of Rage1.073[116]
Michael Kosta polls the public on problematic statues, Muslims in Myanmar face violence from the Buddhist-majority military, and Tom Morello & Chuck D talk Prophets of Rage.
2,993September 14Jill SolowayTransparent0.803[117]
President Trump's bipartisan DACA deal leaves supporters sour, Roy Wood Jr. reacts to a controversial tweet from ESPN's Jemele Hill, and Jill Soloway discusses Transparent.
2,994September 18Gucci ManeThe autobiography of Gucci Mane. ISBN 978-1501165320. 0.879[118]
Donald Trump attacks Kim Jong-un and Hillary Clinton on Twitter, Trevor profiles Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, and Gucci Mane discusses The Autobiography of Gucci Mane.
2,995September 19Olivia MunnThe Lego Ninjago Movie0.900[119]
President Trump addresses the U.N. General Assembly, Desi Lydic finds out how the U.S. border wall could affect businesses, and Olivia Munn discusses The Lego Ninjago Movie.
2,996September 20Ellen PaoReset: my fight for inclusion and lasting change, ISBN 978-1524774875 1.031[120]
Sean Spicer struggles to find a new job, Lewis Black weighs in on another Republican effort to repeal ObamaCare, and Ellen Pao discusses her memoir Reset.
2,997September 21Bill GatesN/A0.799[121]
Robert Mueller targets Paul Manafort, Roy Wood Jr. addresses the bankruptcy of Toys "R" Us, and Bill Gates discusses his foundation's efforts to fight poverty and disease.
2,998September 25Katy TurUnbelievable: My Front-row Seat to the Craziest Campaign in American History. ISBN 978-0062684929. 0.995[122]
NFL players take a knee in solidarity against President Trump, Trevor questions the White House's response to black people who protest, and Katy Tur discusses Unbelievable.
2,999September 26Kathryn MilesQuakeland: On the Road to America's Next Devastating Earthquake. ISBN 978-0525955184. 0.950[123]
White House officials are accused of using private email accounts, Roy Wood Jr. finds out how a subscription service is ending racism, and Kathryn Miles discusses Quakeland.
3,000September 27America FerreraSuperstore1.068[124]
Alabama votes against President Trump's endorsee in the GOP Senate primary, Michelle Wolf examines an NCAA bribery scandal, and America Ferrera discusses Superstore.
3,001September 28Craig RobinsonGhosted0.808[125]
The government struggles to provide Hurricane Maria relief aid to Puerto Rico, President Trump unveils his plan to reform the tax code, and Craig Robinson discusses Ghosted.

October[edit]

No.Original air dateGuest(s)PromotionUS viewers
(millions)
3,002October 2Robin ThedeThe Rundown with Robin Thede0.883[126]
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.
3,003October 3Jim HimesN/A0.945[127]
Fox News struggles to find a narrative in the Las Vegas mass shooting, O.J. Simpson is released from prison, and Representative Jim Himes weighs in on U.S. gun control.
3,004October 4John HodgmanVacationland: True Stories from Painful Beaches. ISBN 978-0735224803. 0.886[128]
Michael Kosta weighs in on how Russia spreads fake news across social media, Neal Brennan examines the gun control debate, and John Hodgman discusses Vacationland.
3,005October 5Kenya BarrisBlack-ish0.753[129]
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.
3,006October 16CommonMarshall0.847[130]

"The Daily Show Undesked", 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.
3,007October 17Arne Duncan & Curtis TolerChicago CRED0.735[131]

"The Daily Show Undesked", from Chicago.

President Trump buddies up to Mitch McConnell at a surprise presser, Ronny Chieng learns about Chicago's prison pizza program, Arne Duncan and Curtis Toler discuss CRED.
3,008October 18Lena WaitheThe Chi0.730[132]

"The Daily Show Undesked", from Chicago.

From Chicago, Michelle Wolf weighs in on Harvey Weinstein's alleged sexual assaults, Dulcé Sloan learns about Young Chicago Authors, and Lena Waithe discusses The Chi.
3,009October 19Vic MensaThe Autobiography0.609[133]

"The Daily Show Undesked", from Chicago.

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.
3,010October 23Khizr KhanAn American Family: A Memoir of Hope and Sacrifice. ISBN 978-0525523987. 0.848[134]
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.
3,011October 24Margo PriceAll American Made Album0.837[135]
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.
3,012October 25Maggie GyllenhaalThe Deuce0.880[136]
Senators Bob Corker and Jeff Flake stand against President Trump, Ronny Chieng examines the automation of fast food, and Maggie Gyllenhaal discusses The Deuce.
3,013October 26Miles Teller & Jason HallThank You For Your Service0.771[137]
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.
3,014October 30Ta-Nehisi CoatesWe were Eight Years in Power : An American Tragedy. ISBN 978-0399590566. 0.868[138]
Paul Manafort is indicted in the Trump-Russia probe, Trevor breaks down the biggest headlines of the weekend, and Ta-Nehisi Coates discusses We Were Eight Years in Power.
3,015October 31Gretchen CarlsonBe Fierce: Stop Harassment and Take Your Power Back. ISBN 978-1478992738. 0.748[139]
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.

November[edit]

No.Original air dateGuest(s)PromotionUS viewers
(millions)
3,016November 1Hillary ClintonWhat Happened. ISBN 978-1501175565. 0.809[140]
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.
3,017November 2Gabrielle UnionWe’re Going to Need More Wine. ISBN 978-0062693983. 0.823[141]
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.
3,018November 6Jeff Flake, Tig NotaroConscience of a Conservative: A Rejection of Destructive Politics and a Return to Principle. ISBN 978-0399592911. , One Mississippi0.726[142]
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.
3,019November 7Jeff RossJeff Ross Roasts the Border0.807[143]
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.
3,020November 8Kenneth BranaghMurder on the Orient Express0.907[144]
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.
3,021November 9Van JonesBeyond the Messy Truth: How We Came Apart, How We Come Together. ISBN 978-0525524762. 0.770[145]
President Trump visits China, Lewis Black calls for lawmakers to stop politicizing veterans, and Van Jones discusses his book Beyond the Messy Truth.
3,022November 13Hari KondaboluThe Problem With Apu0.864[146]
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.
3,023November 142 ChainzMost Expensivest0.778[147]
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.
3,024November 15Elaine McMillion SheldonHeroin(e)0.907[148]
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).
3,025November 16Jordan PeeleGet Out0.897[149]
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.
3,026November 27Esther PerelThe State of Affairs: Rethinking Infidelity. ISBN 978-0062322586. 0.762[150]
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.
3,027November 28Greta GerwigLady Bird0.941[151]
Trevor explains why Donald Trump calls Elizabeth Warren "Pocahontas," Project Veritas tries to delegitimize The Washington Post, and Greta Gerwig discusses Lady Bird.
3,028November 29Talib KweliRadio Silence Album0.888[152]
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.
3,029November 30Henry Louis Gates Jr.Finding Your Roots0.872[153]
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.

December[edit]

No.Original air dateGuest(s)PromotionUS viewers
(millions)
3,030December 4Frankie ShawSMILF0.837[154]
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.
3,031December 5Julia IoffeThe Atlantic Jan/Feb 2018 issue0.909[155]
The RNC resumes funding for Roy Moore's Senate bid, Desi Lydic profiles a liberal survivalist, and Julia Ioffe discusses her Atlantic cover story, "What Putin Really Wants".
3,032December 6St. VincentMasseduction0.856[156]
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.
3,033December 7Tiffany HaddishThe Last Black Unicorn. ISBN 978-1501181825. 0.803[157]
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.
3,034December 11Pete SouzaObama: An Intimate Portrait. ISBN 978-0316512589. 0.802[158]
Trevor questions the GOP's response to sexual assault, Ronny Chieng examines crime-fighting technology, and Pete Souza discusses Obama: An Intimate Portrait.
3,035December 12Bob OdenkirkThe Post0.662[159]
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.
3,036December 13Satya NadellaHit Refresh: The Quest to Rediscover Microsoft's Soul and Imagine a Better Future for Everyone. ISBN 978-0008247669. 0.915[160]
Roy Wood Jr. reacts to Democrat Doug Jones being elected senator of Alabama, Dulce Sloan weighs in on black female voters, and Satya Nadella discusses Hit Refresh.
3,037December 14Niecy NashDownsizing0.796[161]
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.
SpecialDecember 18N/AN/A0.680[162]
"The Daily Show's The Yearly Show 2017"
Trevor and the Best F#@king News Team hit the Gramercy Theatre to look back at the biggest events of 2017 in news, sports and pop culture.
SpecialDecember 19N/AN/AN/A
""You're Fired" In Memoriam"
The Daily Show looks back on the government employees who didn't make it through President Trump's first year in office, from Sean Spicer to Preet Bharara.
SpecialDecember 20N/AN/AN/A
"It's The End Of The Year As We Know It"
The Daily Show reflects on some of the year's most disastrous events, including a record-breaking hurricane season and escalating tensions with North Korea.
SpecialDecember 21N/AN/AN/A
"Out of Office 2017"
The Daily Show highlights some of its best field pieces from the past year, including a look at how Donald Trump’s words get translated into other languages and an investigation into a jobs program in coal country.

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