The Colbert Report
Stephen Saves the Space Program
Season 6 • 04/15/2010
NASA thanks Stephen for saving the space program by inviting him to Houston for astronaut training.
Sunday Morning Fact-Checking - Jake Tapper & Bill AdairThe Colbert ReportS6
Jake Tapper explains why he hired PolitiFact's Bill Adair to fact-check his Sunday morning talk show, "This Week."
David ShieldsThe Colbert ReportS6
David Shields wants writers to ignore the laws regarding appropriation and create new forms for the 21st century.
Sign Off - China's Central Finance MinistryThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen works on his tax return to send to the People's Glorious Central Finance Ministry.
President Obama Bows AgainThe Colbert ReportS6
On his latest international apology tour, President Obama hands America's sovereignty to China with a bow.
Ryanair Charges for ToiletsThe Colbert ReportS6
Airlines enter a golden age of wallet sodomy as Ryanair charges passengers to use the toilet.
Sign Off - Tax DeadlineThe Colbert ReportS6
For those of you scrambling to finish your taxes -- 4, 38, 512, 65.
Aimee MullinsThe Colbert ReportS6
Aimee Mullins, who has two prosthetic legs, says the average pinup model has more prosthetics in her breasts than she has on her body.
Intro - 4/15/10The Colbert ReportS6
Stephen finds out who's not filling out their census forms, and Aimee Mullins explains what she did with the rest of the carbon-fiber cheetah.
Formula 01 Liquid Genetic MaterialThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen announces his own bargain-priced generic daddy butter, Formula 01 Liquid Genetic Material.
Tip/Wag - Forbes & HipstersThe Colbert ReportS6
Forbes Magazine forgets to add Richard Branson to its list of fictional rich people, and hipsters don't fill out Obama's census.
Stephen Saves the Space ProgramThe Colbert ReportS6
NASA shows its appreciation for Stephen's heroism by inviting him to go to Houston for astronaut training.
Marilyn Monroe's X-RaysThe Colbert ReportS6
Good for you, whoever is making money selling a dead woman's private gynecological X-rays.
Volcano EyjafjallajokullThe Colbert ReportS6
If Iceland's volcanic eruption doesn't let up before summer, thousands of college students will have to backpack around the U.S.
George WillThe Colbert ReportS6
George Will talks about the history of baseball, debates health care reform and criticizes Ronald Reagan.
Sign Off - Too Big to FailThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen takes a break from reading Andrew Ross Sorkin's book, "Too Big to Fail," to say goodnight.
Goldman Sachs' Fraud Case - Andrew Ross SorkinThe Colbert ReportS6
Andrew Ross Sorkin discusses the importance of the SEC case against Goldman Sachs, which questions whether Wall Street is a casino.
Robotic Voice Simulator & Foreign Accent SyndromeThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen practices his Japanese with a robotic voice simulator, and a woman suffers from foreign accent syndrome.
Jeffrey KatzenbergThe Colbert ReportS6
Jeffrey Katzenberg listens to Stephen's movie script idea and presents the newest 3-D glasses.
Sign Off - As They Say in JapanThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen says goodnight in Japanese.
P.K. Winsome - Tea Party ConsultingThe Colbert ReportS6
Tea Partiers will seem less racist if they hire P.K. Winsome to attend their rallies and donate to his United Negro Collage Fund.
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