A Look Back at 2021: The Least Bad Year of the Last 2 Years | The Daily Show

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2021: The year in power couples, exits, scams, cancellations, and Texas. #DailyShow #2021

0:00 – THE YEAR IN POWER COUPLES

7:25 – THE YEAR IN TEXAS

12:56 – THE YEAR IN EXITS

18:35 – THE YEAR IN CANCELLATIONS

23:24 – THE YEAR IN SCAMS

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