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Season 11 • 12/09/2014
Stephen uses his prized Elvish sword to trim his nails.
The Colbert ReportS11 Mr. Colbert Goes to Washington
Stephen kicks off an electric night at George Washington University in Washington, D.C.
The Colbert ReportS11 President Barack Obama Pt. 2
President Obama describes what it feels like to be the leader of the free world, the pros and cons of checks and balances and how his family is able to keep him humble.
The Colbert ReportS11 President Barack Obama Pt. 1
President Barack Obama talks about voter turnout in the 2014 midterm elections and the environmental implications of the Keystone XL pipeline.
The Colbert ReportS11 Better Know a America - The Fightin' Us
In part one of his one-part series, Stephen gives a primer on American history, the nation's traditional cuisine and President Obama's renegade methods.
The Colbert ReportS11 The Word - President Barack Obama - To Health in a Handbasket
President Barack Obama delivers a special edition of The Word, proving that he is perfectly capable of doing Stephen's job.
The Colbert ReportS11 Exclusive - President Barack Obama Extended Interview
President Barack Obama explains why he thinks legal immigration is good for the economy and for America.
The Colbert ReportS11 Sign Off - See Ya
Stephen wraps up the Mr. Colbert Goes to Washington special and says goodnight.
The Colbert ReportS11 "Eaten Alive" Outrage
The Discovery Channel's Paul Rosolie draws backlash for failing to deliver on his promise to be consumed by a snake.
The Colbert ReportS11 Who's Honoring Me Now? - Entertainment Weekly
Stephen gets into costume for Entertainment Weekly's photo shoot celebrating the release of the film "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies."
The Colbert ReportS11 James Corden
"Into the Woods" star James Corden talks about becoming the host of "The Late Late Show" and sings a Christmas duet with Stephen.
The Colbert ReportS11 Sign Off - Sting
Stephen gives himself a manicure with the help of his trusty Elvish blade.
The Colbert ReportS11 CIA Torture Report - Tom Blanton
National Security Archive Director Tom Blanton discusses how the CIA paid two psychologists $81 million to develop the agency's enhanced interrogation program.
The Colbert ReportS11 CIA Torture Report - Pundits Defend America
After the Senate releases a report on the CIA's use of torture, Wolf Blitzer questions Senator Dianne Feinstein and elicits a scolding response.
The Colbert ReportS11 CIA Torture Report
The Senate releases a report filled with shocking revelations about the CIA's brutal interrogation methods.
The Colbert ReportS11 Sign Off - Headphones
Stephen says goodnight and puts on his tragedy-cancelling headphones.
The Colbert ReportS11 Sarah Koenig
Journalist Sarah Koenig talks about "Serial," her true-crime show that has emerged as the most popular podcast in history.
The Colbert ReportS11 Announcing The Colbert Report Raffle
Stephen marks the end of U.S. combat operations in Afghanistan by kicking off a raffle to benefit the Yellow Ribbon Fund and Donors Choose.
The Colbert ReportS11 Sign Off - Aftermath of Smaug
Stephen puts out some fires and gives a shout-out to the people who brought Smaug to life on The Report.
The Colbert ReportS11 Scott Walker's Hanukkah Gaffe
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker confuses "mazel tov" and "Molotov" in a letter to a Jewish constituent.
The Colbert ReportS11 Smaug
The fearsome Smaug discusses Hollywood's liberal bias and shares a clip from "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies."
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