The Colbert Report
Al Qaeda's Overly Public Pep Rally
Season 10 • 04/21/2014
Al Qaeda militants discover the perils of oversharing after posting a propaganda video online.
StingThe Colbert ReportS10
Sting chats about the origins of his Broadway-bound musical, "The Last Ship," and explains his passion for rainforest preservation.
Cheating Death - Depression EditionThe Colbert ReportS10
Nearly 20% of Americans suffer from extended periods of depression, but a study finds that Botox could be a viable cure.
David Letterman's RetirementThe Colbert ReportS10
David Letterman announces his retirement from "Late Show," and Stephen marvels at the challenge of filling his shoes.
Bill O'Reilly on America's "Grievance Industry"The Colbert ReportS10
Bill O'Reilly blames America's woes on a culture of complaining and reaffirms his opposition to government-imposed equality.
Ken BurnsThe Colbert ReportS10
Filmmaker Ken Burns discusses his documentary "The Address" and expands on the historical significance of Lincoln's Gettysburg Address.
Extreme Measures for Boosting Church AttendanceThe Colbert ReportS10
Churches attempt to increase membership by offering giveaways, prizes and mixed martial arts.
Stephen Colbert's Bats**t Serious - Hillary Clinton Shoe-spiracy TheoryThe Colbert ReportS10
A shoe-throwing incident during a speech by Hillary Clinton gives rise to conservative conspiracy theories.
Intro - 4/21/14The Colbert ReportS10
Rumors surface about Hillary Clinton, churches look for ways to attract new members, and Ken Burns chats about his historical documentary "The Address."
Hillary Clinton's Grandmother StatusThe Colbert ReportS10
Conservatives question Hillary Clinton's political motives when she announces that she's about to become a grandmother.
Al Qaeda's Overly Public Pep RallyThe Colbert ReportS10
Al Qaeda militants are located and killed after a video of their massive gathering goes viral.
George WillThe Colbert ReportS10
George Will shares insights from "A Nice Little Place on the North Side," his book exploring the 100-year history of Wrigley Field.
Intro - 4/22/14The Colbert ReportS10
Stephen gets to know a congressional district in Los Angeles, Earth Day draws to a close, and George Will celebrates the 100th birthday of Wrigley Field.
Bad News for Ethanol on Earth DayThe Colbert ReportS10
Fox News pundits gleefully cite a study finding that ethanol fuel may actually be bad for the environment.
Postage Stamp for Harvey MilkThe Colbert ReportS10
The U.S. Postal Service rubs America's nose in the gay lifestyle with a stamp dedicated to activist and politician Harvey Milk.
Better Know a District - California's 29thThe Colbert ReportS10
Congressman Tony Cardenas shares his views on undocumented immigrants and his opposition to Chinese chickens.
Intro - 4/23/14The Colbert ReportS10
College athletes receive new benefits, one of America's favorite foods runs scarce, and guest John Calipari talks basketball.
Sport Report - Snacks for Students & CockfightingThe Colbert ReportS10
Student athletes win the right to eat unlimited snacks, and a senator becomes a vocal advocate for chicken boxing.
America's Lime CrisisThe Colbert ReportS10
Violence between Mexican drug cartels creates a major lime shortage in the U.S.
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