As anyone who watches "The Daily Show" will know, Jon Stewart has been pretty outspoken in his criticism of Fox News over the years. From time to time though, the pundits and analysts on the network visit the show to square off with Stewart face-to-face. You'd expect these interviews to be fiery and intense, but despite their disagreements, the discussions are generally very cordial and respectful, which is pretty refreshing to see. Moreover, they prove that even those who are very staunch in their viewpoints can still have a good sense of humor about themselves.
Check out Stewart debating some of the very same Fox hosts he criticizes on "The Daily Show," including the likes of Bill O'Reilly, Chris Wallace and Lou Dobbs (Dobbs is technically on the Fox Business Network, but we'll still count him). As passionate as the discussions can get, Stewart is incredibly adept at keeping things from boiling over, but when a Fox pundit is in his interview chair, you know things will get interesting. Don't forget to vote for your favorite interview, and if you want to see more, check out "The Daily Show" website for the extended interviews.
The host of "The O'Reilly Factor" debates federal spending inefficiencies and increased tax rates.
The Fox Business pundit discusses the Republican primaries and campaign spending.
The host of "Special Report With Bret Baier" defends the journalistic objectivity at Fox News.
O'Reilly refuses to attend The Rally To Restore Sanity in Washington D.C.
The former Fox News political analyst discusses honest discourse in America and addresses his firing from NPR.
The host of "Fox News Sunday" defends the Republican contributors on his network.
Bill O'Reilly addresses the growing menace of Stephen Colbert.
Judge Andrew Napolitano, the political and legal analyst on Fox, discusses the government's responsibility in providing safety nets and bail-outs.
Wallace breaks down Super Tuesday and discusses Fox's coverage of the primaries.
O'Reilly discusses the freedom he has at Fox News ahead of the 2004 presidential election between George W. Bush and John Kerry. (Watch <a href="http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/thu-october-7-2004/bill-o-reilly-pt--2" target="_hplink">part two here</a>)
O'Reilly explains how he debates guests on his show, as well as partisan discussion on news programs.