Quick look back at 2011 through the eyes of the Daily Show with Jon Stewart
January 2011: Seniors are having an alarming amount of unprotected sex, Egyptians are rioting for a new leader, and America shows China our military might..
February 2011: Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's proposed education cuts elicit protests from teachers' unions, and no Republicans are interested in being president.
March 2011: A missing snake has a day on the town in New York, and Jon talks about Mormons with Matt Stone and Trey Parker.
April 2011: Jon does one last impression of Glenn Beck as he bids him farewell, Olivia Munn explores tiger moms, and John Oliver reports on the Royal Wedding.
May 2011: Jon hails the death of Osama bin Laden and explains the Anthony Weiner Twitter scandal, and Jason Jones visits the gayest city in America.
June 2011: Jon apologizes for his Weiner coverage, Kristen Schaal reacts to the rash of penis photos, and puppet John McCain accuses Mexicans of starting fires.
July 2011: Republicans don't want to raise taxes, Jerry Seinfeld gives advice on covering Marcus Bachmann, and Jon's interview with former President Pervez Musharraf gets awkward.
August 2011: Samantha Bee explores congressional approval ratings, Fox News is outraged at free birth control, and The Best F#@king News Team Ever covers the Ames straw poll.
September 2011: Kristen Schaal promotes her Michele Bachmann condoms, Jason Jones reports on the repeal of Don't Ask Don't Tell, and Tony Bologna goes rogue.
October 2011: Jason Jones reports on the crisis in Mexico, Hugh Jackman talks robot boxing, and Herman Cain doesn't have facts to back anything up.
November 2011: Rick Perry says the oops heard 'round the world, and The Best F#@king News Team Ever discusses Herman Cain's blackness.
December 2011: Jon Hodgman edits "It's a Wonderful Life," Wyatt Cenac launches a campaign to save the post office, and Jon reminisces with Matt Damon about his beard.