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"The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" Kelli Williams (2000)"The Daily Show" Kelli Williams (original title)

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Director:
Writers:
Stephen Colbert (writer)
Jim Earl (writer)
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Original Air Date:
6 June 2000 (Season 4, Episode 149)
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Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Jon Stewart ... Himself - Host
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Frank DeCaro ... Himself - Contributor 'Out at the Movies'
Vance DeGeneres ... Himself - Correspondent
Pete Ondrus ... Himself

Mo Rocca ... Himself - Correspondent

Kelli Williams ... Herself

Episode Crew
Directed by
Chuck O'Neil 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Stephen Colbert  writer
Jim Earl  writer
Daniel J. Goor  writer
Charlie Grandy  writer
J.R. Havlan  writer
Tom Johnson  writer
Kent Jones  writer
Paul Mecurio  (as Paul Michael Mercurio)
Jon Stewart  writer

Produced by
Stewart Bailey .... senior producer
Kahane Cooperman .... senior producer (as Kahane Corn)
Gideon Evans .... field producer
Ari Fishman .... producer
Hank Gallo .... studio producer
Ben Karlin .... senior producer
Justin Melkmann .... segment producer
Chris Pace .... field producer
Madeleine Smithberg .... executive producer
Jon Stewart .... co-executive producer
 
Film Editing by
Mark Paone 
Einar Westerlund 
 
Production Management
Pamela DePace .... production manager
Georgia Pappas .... executive in charge of production
 
Other crew
Jamie Slomski .... main title design
 

Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Madeleine Smithberg  creator
Lizz Winstead  creator

Produced by
Joanne Baratta Hankey .... coordinating producer
Matt O'Brien .... associate producer
Campbell Smith .... associate producer
Jennifer Usdan .... associate news producer
 
Cinematography by
Matt Sohn 
 
Production Management
Laura Gherardi .... production manager (1996)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Christian Santiago .... second unit director
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Lauren Brower .... wardrobe stylist
 
Music Department
Bob Mould .... composer: main theme
 
Other crew
Steve Albani .... publicist (2003)
Jarret Berg .... intern (as J. Berg)
Barbara Bevan .... audience coordinator
Holli Bonito .... assistant to studio producer
Tom Ceraulo .... production assistant
Billy Clarey .... intern (as Bill Clarey)
Meredith Dixon .... production assistant
Alicia Dominguez .... assistant audience coordinator
Michael Higgins .... production assistant
Thom Hinkle .... research assistant
Elliott Kalan .... production assistant (2003-)
Phil Knittel .... intern (2005)
Rachel Knobelman .... production assistant
Eric Leiderman .... production assistant
Michael Levin .... intern
Steve Marks .... assistant to writer
Victor Mastroianni .... research assistant (1996-1997)
Tim McDonnell .... production assistant
Raine Mimms .... intern (1996-1998)
Kristen Parham .... pre-production coordinator
Paul A.J. Pennolino .... associate director
Billy Pittard .... title designer
Jonah Platt .... intern
Kate Post Spitser .... associate talent booker (as Kate Post)
Campbell Smith .... production assistant
Craig Spinney .... stage manager
Jennifer Usdan .... production assistant
Angela Visca .... associate director
Keri Vosler .... production coordinator
Mark Weinberg .... production assistant
 
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"The Daily Show: Kelli Williams (#4.149)" - USA (original title)
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