The Colbert Report
PRISM Surveillance Program
Season 9 • 06/11/2013
The NSA monitors technology firms like Google, and Obama earns high praise from conservatives.
The Imploding Muslim Country of the Week - Turkey - Omer TaspinarThe Colbert ReportS9
Professor Omer Taspinar predicts further polarization between Turkey's conservative religious masses and its liberal upper class.
Edward Snowden's NSA LeaksThe Colbert ReportS9
The NSA says it cannot intentionally target U.S. citizens -- just like how a handheld massager is for neck cramps and cannot be used to intentionally target anywhere else.
Sign Off - The Imploding Muslim Country of the Week BoothThe Colbert ReportS9
Stephen signs off in the Sabra hummus booth.
The Imploding Muslim Country of the Week - TurkeyThe Colbert ReportS9
Stephen practices a time-honored editorial process, and Turkish protestors target Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Cold War Update - Nuclear Launch CareersThe Colbert ReportS9
Instead of feeling honored by their monumental duty, nuclear launch crews complain about being stuck in dead-end careers.
Chewbacca's TSA EncounterThe Colbert ReportS9
The TSA finally joins the Empire in their fight against the Rebel Alliance by detaining Star Wars actor Peter Mayhew.
Daniel BergnerThe Colbert ReportS9
"What Do Women Want?" author Daniel Bergner explains that women may be just as promiscuous as men.
PRISM Surveillance Program - Jeffrey RosenThe Colbert ReportS9
The National Constitution Center's Jeffrey Rosen stands by the Fourth Amendment, which says the government cannot perform general data searches on an ongoing basis.
Intro - 6/11/13The Colbert ReportS9
The NSA spies on Americans, the TSA cracks down during travel season, and Daniel Bergner claims women's sexual desire matches men's.
PRISM Surveillance ProgramThe Colbert ReportS9
Conservatives applaud Obama for imitating George W. Bush, and The Guardian wants a Pulitzer for printing Edward Snowden's NSA revelations.
Stephen Colbert's Tribute to Having Paul McCartney on His ShowThe Colbert ReportS9
The most successful songwriter of all time, Sir Paul McCartney, agrees to do an hour-long show with six performances.
NSA Scandal DevelopmentsThe Colbert ReportS9
Edward Snowden gets fired, the government picks through yottabytes of data, and PRISM officials calculate a target's "foreignness."
Paul McCartneyThe Colbert ReportS9
Paul McCartney discusses the reissue of "Wings Over America," recalls recording "Band on the Run" in Nigeria and debates the pronunciation of "schedule."
NYC Bike ShareThe Colbert ReportS9
The Wall Street Journal's Dorothy Rabinowitz speaks out against Michael Bloomberg's pedal-powered plague.
Remembering Lorna ColbertThe Colbert ReportS9
Stephen tells the Colbert Nation a little bit about his mother, Lorna Colbert, who died at age 92.
The Postal ServiceThe Colbert ReportS9
Jimmy Tamborello, Ben Gibbard and Jenny Lewis celebrate the 10th anniversary of their album, "Give Up."
Tip/Wag - Wall Street & North CarolinaThe Colbert ReportS9
Wall Street invests in house flipping to create America's second massive housing bubble, and North Carolina goes after public road freeloaders.
Cap'n Crunch ScandalThe Colbert ReportS9
If Cap'n Horatio Magellan Crunch is lying about his U.S. naval rank, what else is he lying about?
Sign Off - Stage FallThe Colbert ReportS9
Stephen fake faints like his late mother taught him.
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