The Colbert Report
The Word - Dressed to Kill
Season 8 • 03/26/2012
In light of the Trayvon Martin shooting, Congress should pass anti-hoodie legislation.
The Colbert ReportS8 Ireland's Imported Sperm & Ethnically Accurate Headgear
Stephen offers to solve Ireland's overpriced sperm problem, and presents some authentic cultural garments.
The Colbert ReportS8 Rick Santorum Visits Puerto Rico and Speaks from His Heart
Mitt Romney wins Hawaii and American Samoa primaries, and Rick Santorum visits Puerto Rico.
The Colbert ReportS8 Airport Security for Senior Citizens
Stephen doesn't think TSA should give special treatment to elderly powder kegs.
The Colbert ReportS8 Dexter Filkins
Combat journalist Dexter Filkins discusses the disconnect between preconceived notions about other countries and the realities on the ground.
The Colbert ReportS8 David Page
Dr. David Page, director of the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research, defends the Y chromosome in the face of enumerable challenges and insults to its character.
The Colbert ReportS8 Intro - 3/26/12
Florida's gun laws come under scrutiny, the Romney campaign hits a speed bump, and Dr. David Page has new insights on the future of DNA.
The Colbert ReportS8 Mitt Romney-Etch A Sketch Comparison
While political pundits and the other Republican candidates attack Mitt Romney for being "like an Etch A Sketch," toy sales are booming.
The Colbert ReportS8 Stephen's Spring Break
Stephen enjoyed 84 degrees on the islands while New Yorker suckers were stuck shivering in 82 degrees.
The Colbert ReportS8 The Word - Dressed to Kill
Florida's Stand Your Ground law leads to the shooting death of teen Trayvon Martin, but top legal minds have other ideas about where to place blame.
The Colbert ReportS8 Tip/Wag - Anti-Prejudice Drug & Dick Cheney's Heart
Popping pills reduces racial prejudice, and Stephen reveals the identity of Dick Cheney's anonymous heart donor.
The Colbert ReportS8 Intro - 3/27/12
A new pill can cure prejudice, there's an innovation in food delivery, and Charles Murray has written a book about the state of white America.
The Colbert ReportS8 Charles Murray
Charles Murray talks about his book, "Coming Apart: The State of White America, 1960 to 2010," and suggests a way to address the growing division between the classes.
The Colbert ReportS8 Barack Obama-Gun Control Conspiracy
The fear of not being able to buy guns during a second Obama term leads to Americans buying so many guns that now they can't buy any guns, just like they feared.
The Colbert ReportS8 Thought for Food - Tacocopter
Tacocopter's drone helicopter taco delivery is the first step to achieving intercontinental ballistic munchies, but there are some safety concerns.
The Colbert ReportS8 The Conservative Teen
Finally there's a publication for kids who are sick of doing their own thing and just want to conform to conservative ideals.
The Colbert ReportS8 The Supreme Court Weighs In on Obamacare - Emily Bazelon
Luckily, Emily Bazelon wasn't arguing for Obamacare's individual mandate in the Supreme Court, because she might have won.
The Colbert ReportS8 The Supreme Court Weighs In on Obamacare
The solicitor general's defense of Obamacare was a train wreck that slammed into the Hindenberg, landed on the deck of the Titanic, and then sailed in to see "John Carter."
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