The Colbert Report
Season 7 • 04/12/2011
Ray Kurzweil says people will soon become a billion times smarter by merging with technology.
Sign Off - Champagne Flute of Lead PaintThe Colbert ReportS7
Stephen signs off with a champagne flute of lead paint.
Countdown to Government ShutdownThe Colbert ReportS7
Stephen prepares for the government shutdown with a champagne flute of lead paint and gets up early to listen to the government closings.
Thought for Food - Chocolate Air, Denny's & Bacon CologneThe Colbert ReportS7
Candy makers put air in their chocolate bars, Denny's celebrates fried pork, and a new fragrance combines essential oils with the essence of bacon.
Jamie Hyneman & Adam SavageThe Colbert ReportS7
Stephen wants Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage to bust the myths of evolution and throwing the baby out with the bathwater.
Mitt HappensThe Colbert ReportS7
Mitt Romney competes with Mike Huckabee, Donald Trump and a long list of dark horses for the Republican nomination.
Threat Level: RainbowThe Colbert ReportS7
The Family Leader's Bob Vander Plaats believes same-sex marriage is just as dangerous as second-hand smoke.
Mitt Happens - Rick BrookhiserThe Colbert ReportS7
Rick Brookhiser says Mitt Romney won't win the Republican nomination because he looks like the secret grandfather of Obamacare.
Intro - 4/12/11The Colbert ReportS7
Mitt Romney throws his hat in the presidential ring, and Ray Kurzweil believes man and machine are becoming one.
Jon Kyl Tweets Not Intended to Be Factual StatementsThe Colbert ReportS7
Stephen celebrates Jon Kyl's groundbreaking excuse-planation by tweeting round-the-clock non-facts about him.
Ray KurzweilThe Colbert ReportS7
Ray Kurzweil predicts that people will merge with technology and become a billion times smarter by 2045.
Tim Pawlenty Declares Candidacy Before He's ReadyThe Colbert ReportS7
Tim Pawlenty tries to reclaim his non-candidacy, but no one's going to want Piers Morgan's sloppy seconds.
Morgan SpurlockThe Colbert ReportS7
Morgan Spurlock pulls the curtain back on product placement and advertising in "The Greatest Movie Ever Sold."
Sign Off - Doritos SuitThe Colbert ReportS7
Stephen wears a Doritos suit and enjoys Americone Dream.
The Enemy Within - UnicyclistsThe Colbert ReportS7
Riding unicycles used to be a shameful pastime for circus animals and secretaries of defense, but this one-wheel lifestyle is seeping into the mainstream.
The Word - Buy and CelluliteThe Colbert ReportS7
Unilever creates armpit insecurity among women so it can make money selling the solution.
Colbert Super PAC - Trevor PotterThe Colbert ReportS7
Jay the Intern's pony is rested, watered and ready to take Stephen's super PAC forms to Washington, D.C.
Viacom Ruins Stephen's PAC DreamThe Colbert ReportS7
Stephen says goodbye to his dream of starting a Colbert PAC after receiving a letter from Viacom.
Easter Under Attack - Egg EditionThe Colbert ReportS7
A government-sponsored egg hunt in Ohio takes out the word "Easter," and the White House offers environmentally friendly eggs.
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