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Jon Stewart highlighted the ongoing struggles of the California drought, and their efforts to conserve water — from the reprocessing of toilet water, to Governor Jerry Brown’s bad poetry, or good old-fashioned citizen snitching.

And California-based Daily Show correspondent Al Madrigal was flown in to the show to talk about the water shortage. But what happens when a Californian is finally able to enjoy all that freely available New York water?

Larry Wilmore and The Nightly Show contributor Mike Yard looked at the latest round of media victim-blaming over the McKinney pool party raid. And it turns out that Mike Yard has a solution: He will literally become a saint.

In his monologue, Conan O’Brien reviewed the latest hijinks from the presidential candidates: Hillary Clinton’s fundraising, Jeb Bush’s visit to Europe, and Lindsey Graham’s plan for a “rotating First Lady.”

Police confront George Floyd protesters

Photo Credit: Geoff Livingston

With a deranged narcissist in the Oval Office and his lackey controlling the Department of Justice, there is no point in looking to the federal government to curb police violence. Instead, President Donald J. Trump will do everything in his power to encourage it. In the wake of protests over the murder of George Floyd, he has demanded that governors crack down on protestors: "You have to dominate. ... If you don't dominate, you're wasting your time," he told them.

Moreover, most local police authorities are under local control -- mayors, city councils, district attorneys, police chiefs, sheriffs. That's where the accountability for police misconduct begins.

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