The Daily Show: Osmond's Christmas, and archives
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Asked by: crazymonk-ga
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17 Jul 2006 23:30 PDT
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When did The Daily Show (with Craig Kilborn) episode air when they did a story on the Osmonds' Christmas, featuring a "funky Santa"? (My guess is that it was around late 1997.) Also, how can old episodes of The Daily Show be legally acquired?
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Re: The Daily Show: Osmond's Christmas, and archives
From: jsham9-ga on 16 Aug 2006 22:01 PDT
Well, Donny Osmond was the special guest for the "Holiday Spectacular" on December 19, 1996 and returned the next year for "The Daily Show Andy Williams Christmas Special" which aired on December 17, 1997. Craig Kilborn was on suspension for the latter show and A. Whitney Brown filled in for him. I don't remember the segment you mention specifically, but it seems to me that a story on the Osmonds' Christmas would have more likely to air on that special than any other episode. Unfortunately, other than the Indecision 2004 DVD, I'm pretty sure it's impossible to obtain old Daily Shows legally.
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