The Colbert Report
Jennifer Hooper McCarty
Season 4 • 05/13/2008
Jennifer Hooper McCarty assures Stephen that God didn't sink the Titanic.
Garrett ReismanThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen goes intergalactic when he makes contact with a Hero floating in space.
Big RussThe Colbert ReportS4
Terry McAuliffe talks about Tim Russert's dead father, but it wasn't a slip of the tongue.
Cold War Update - RussiaThe Colbert ReportS4
Belarus expels our diplomats, China surpasses us in pollution, and Vladimir Putin relinquishes power.
ThreatDown - Cute BearsThe Colbert ReportS4
America's biggest threats are airlines, women's softball, dirty keyboards, Isabella Rossellini and adorable bears.
Intro - 5/12/08The Colbert ReportS4
Vladimir Putin relinquishes power, airlines save gas by flying slower, and Dr. Mehmet Oz talks about his new book, "You: The Owner's Manual."
Dr. Mehmet OzThe Colbert ReportS4
Dr. Mehmet Oz explains the more sex you have, the longer your life expectancy.
Bill O'Reilly on "Inside Edition"The Colbert ReportS4
As far as Stephen is concerned, Bill O'Reilly did nothing wrong in a confusing "Inside Edition" clip.
Better Know a Lobby - Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun ViolenceThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen wants Brady Campaign President Paul Helmke to name one situation where you don't need a gun.
Hillary Drop OutThe Colbert ReportS4
Hillary Clinton will not catch Barack Obama in the popular vote, and Obama now leads in superdelegates, but the contest will continue.
Intro - 5/13/08The Colbert ReportS4
Stephen profiles an anti-gun lobbyist, and Jennifer Hooper McCarty explains what really sank the Titanic.
Jennifer Hooper McCartyThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen asks Jennifer Hooper McCarty if having too many poor people on the lower deck sank the Titanic.
The Show Comes to an EndThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen's stage manager tells him that's it for the show.
The Word - Declaration of WarmingThe Colbert ReportS4
John McCain believes global warming isn't just about greenhouse gases, it's a national security issue.
Intro - 5/14/08The Colbert ReportS4
John McCain acknowledges the environment exists, and Grover Norquist wants to make government so small he can drown it in his bathtub.
Who's Not Honoring Me Now? - ScienceThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen wants an animal named after him, preferably a giant ant or a laser lion.
Laura DernThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen asks Laura Dern what it was like to play America's sweetheart, Katherine Harris.
Edwards Supports ObamaThe Colbert ReportS4
With John Edwards' endorsement, the Obama camp wins the support of its first white male.
Grover NorquistThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen praises Grover Norquist for using some of the rhetoric from the 19th century South in his new book.
Edwards Endorses ObamaThe Colbert ReportS4
John Edwards endorses Barack Obama, but he hasn't received the jet ski he was promised.
The Word - Jail Sweet JailThe Colbert ReportS4
If you have an extra bedroom, you could be the proud owner/operator of a charming private prison.
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