The comedians describe the parting gifts that wedding guests were given at A-list ceremonies.
The comics list squad names for a set of Winnie the Pooh characters and a very coordinated family.
Jordan Klepper builds a robot and helps it explore its spirituality.
Tags: jordan klepper, on location, religion, christian, jewish, fashion, video games, hipsters, rock n' roll, technology, phones, internet, robots, insults, jesus, future, nerd alert, inventions, slavery, bible, islamic, scientology, man on the street, circumcision, costumes
Chris asks the panelists to help out some bizarre Kickstarter campaigns with new slogans.
Stephen learns about Scientology and comments on Americans' right to stupidity.
Tags: year in review, exclusives, mashups, barack obama, media, kids, religion, state of the union, marco rubio, john kerry, constitution, scientology, sonia sotomayor, year in review 2013, super bowl
Stephen thinks TomKat's marriage had everything: fame, glamour, and a publicist.
Former Scientology executives accuse President David Miscavige of beating up staff members.
The author examines Scientology's tax history, the Sea Org and clergy abuse.
GOP messaging guru Frank Luntz suggests ways Republicans can improve their political lexicon.
Tags: frank luntz, elections, voting, republicans, fox news, media, 24-hour news, conservative, government, ethics, barack obama, mitt romney, indecision 2012, health, insurance, impressions, facial hair, advertising, scientology
During the Super Bowl, companies compete for an estimated global audience of everyone.
Memoto makes tiny wearable cameras, and Mitt Romney changes Billy Graham's cult views on Mormonism.
Tags: tip/wag, iphone, technology, apple, tim pawlenty, campaigns, candidates, inventions, sweden, business, international affairs, mitt romney, mormon, religion, televangelism, christian, cults, billy graham, barack obama, ron paul, scientology, michele bachmann, audience interaction, books, elections, indecision 2012
Lucky for Tom Cruise and the Church of Scientology, Jesus never made it to Hollywood.
An April Fool's prankster learns the key to a good prank: keep it simple.
Katie Holmes ends her marriage with Tom Cruise, and CNN's Anderson Cooper confirms that he is gay.
Tags: tom cruise, katie holmes, divorce, anderson cooper, liberal, scientology, religion, kids, media, celebrities, hurricane katrina, ethnic, lookin' good, vacations, bud light lime, audience interaction, lgbt
Parmy Olson disputes the popular idea that Anonymous is comprised entirely of hackers.
Environmentalists call for costume swapping, and Texas Christians create a Halloween alternative.
Tags: halloween, holidays, costumes, kids, jesus, christian, religion, texas, bible, young stephen, photos, health, huggers, colbertisms, scientology, zombies, death, environment, shopping, capitalism, poop & pee, growing up, pranks
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