The Colbert Report
I's on Edjukashun - Study Drugs
Season 8 • 06/25/2012
High school students abuse "study drugs" such as Adderall and Ritalin to help them pass tests.
Sign Off - "A Universe from Nothing"The Colbert ReportS8
Stephen touts Lawrence Krauss' book, "A Universe from Nothing."
Lawrence KraussThe Colbert ReportS8
Cosmologist Lawrence Krauss discusses his book "A Universe from Nothing: Why There Is Something Rather than Nothing."
Egypt's Presidential Election & Hosni Mubarak's HealthThe Colbert ReportS8
No one knows who's in charge of Egypt, even after checking the Nile for babies in baskets.
Operation Artificial Swedener - C'mon Sweden, Take a Chance on StephenThe Colbert ReportS8
Only one obstacle stands between Stephen and the Swedish tweeting supremacy, so Stephen makes a poetic last appeal.
Intro - 6/25/12The Colbert ReportS8
The Romney campaign hopes for bad news, the latest on education comes out, and Frank Deford details his life in sports journalism.
Sign Off - Five Finger FilletThe Colbert ReportS8
Stephen stabs a dagger back and forth between his fingers.
Colbert News Alert - Obamacare Supreme Court Ruling - Richard Mourdock's ResponsesThe Colbert ReportS8
Indiana GOP Senate candidate Richard Mourdock puts his balls on the felt and enjoys one of the briefest moments of celebration ever seen.
Colbert News Alert - Obamacare Supreme Court RulingThe Colbert ReportS8
Fox Business anchor Stuart Varney reports zero information on the Obamacare legal battle.
Frank DefordThe Colbert ReportS8
Frank Deford talks about his long sports writing career, his face-off with the Harlem Globetrotters, and the establishment of Title IX.
The Word - Silver MaligningThe Colbert ReportS8
Bad economic news is great news for Mitt Romney, so conservatives must drag everyone down in the dumps to get America back on track.
I's on Edjukashun - Study DrugsThe Colbert ReportS8
Everyone is looking for that edge to help them spend a quarter of a million dollars on a worthless philosophy degree.
Richard FordThe Colbert ReportS8
Award-winning American novelist Richard Ford shares his inspiration for "Canada," aversion to criticism, and logic behind storing manuscripts in the freezer.
Dish Network's AutoHop ServiceThe Colbert ReportS8
Dish Network could force hardworking TV folk to do more integrated product placement just to put food on the table -- and not just any food.
Intro - 6/26/12The Colbert ReportS8
A Pixar movie sparks controversy, advertising forges new frontiers, and writer Richard Ford discusses his book "Canada."
Supreme Court Ruling on Arizona Immigration PolicyThe Colbert ReportS8
America must return to the founders' dream of every state deciding who it could turn away at its border.
Tip/Wag - Pixar's Gay Agenda, America's Obesity & Adidas Shackle SneakersThe Colbert ReportS8
Any 15-year-old girl who resists an arranged marriage must be gay, America has 41 pounds on skinny countries, and civil rights leaders knock athletic shackles.
Blood in the Water - Mike Turzai's Voter ID RemarksThe Colbert ReportS8
Republican state legislatures fight nonexistent fraud with voter ID laws, but the lamestream media calls it a scheme to disenfranchise low-income and elderly voters.
National Geographic Poll on Alien Invasion ManagementThe Colbert ReportS8
The Obama campaign invites wedding registry donations, and America finds out what its presidential candidates would never have to do in situations that will never occur.
Mitt Romney's Victory Retreat & Democrats' Convention DeficitThe Colbert ReportS8
While things are sunny with a chance of cash for the GOP, Democrats' financial forecast is partly cloudy with a chance of fighting a seagull for half a hotdog bun.
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