The Colbert Report
Prophet Glenn Beck - Father Guido Sarducci
Season 6 • 06/23/2010
Father Guido Sarducci admits to being the unnamed individual who spoke to Glenn Beck at the Vatican.
Stanley McChrystal Talks to Rolling StoneThe Colbert ReportS6
General Stanley McChrystal must have been high on Afghani heroin when he criticized the commander-in-chief in front of a Rolling Stone reporter.
USA Board of Ophthalmological FreedomThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen becomes a certified ophthalmologist, and Professor Buttons performs Lasik surgery on Jay.
Gloria SteinemThe Colbert ReportS6
Gloria Steinem says men who raise the kids and take care of the house have better marriages, live longer and have better sex.
Fallback Position - Astronaut Pt. 2The Colbert ReportS6
Stephen begins his astronaut training by working in zero gravity, running on his space treadmill and test-driving moon wheels.
US Defeats AlgeriaThe Colbert ReportS6
Under General Petraeus's command, America defeats its longtime deadly enemy, Algeria, at the World Cup.
Tim WestergrenThe Colbert ReportS6
Tim Westergren describes how Pandora creates a personalized list of songs by analyzing musical attributes.
Sign Off - Tomorrow's Fallback PositionThe Colbert ReportS6
Tune in for the dramatic conclusion of Fallback Position as Stephen completes his astronaut training.
Yahweh or No Way - The Blues Brothers & Glenn BeckThe Colbert ReportS6
The Vatican newspaper endorses "The Blues Brothers," and Glenn Beck plans to hold a rally on the anniversary of MLK's "I Have a Dream" speech.
Intro - 6/23/10The Colbert ReportS6
Stephen finds out if Glenn Beck is a civil rights hero and talks to Pandora founder Tim Westergren about radio on the Internet.
Prophet Glenn Beck - Father Guido SarducciThe Colbert ReportS6
Father Guido Sarducci told Glenn Beck his work was wildly important at the Vatican, but he thought he was talking to Jeff Beck.
Intro - 6/24/10The Colbert ReportS6
Stephen completes his astronaut training, and Michael Specter talks about the dangers of denying science.
Put the Cursed Monkey Paw DownThe Colbert ReportS6
Whoever has the cursed monkey paw, stop wishing you could do something to help the people in the Gulf.
Sign Off - General's CapThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen wears his general's cap and flings a WristStrong bracelet into the audience.
Fallback Position - Astronaut Pt. 3The Colbert ReportS6
Before Stephen can land the space shuttle, he needs to know how to fly it in five words or less.
The Word - Weapon of Mass ConstructionThe Colbert ReportS6
If Muslims really need to get together, they can meet at a camp or a compound out in the wilderness.
Michael SpecterThe Colbert ReportS6
Michael Specter says everyone gets upset about Big Science and Big Pharma, but they love Big Placebo.
Rolling Stone Article on McChrystal - Michael HastingsThe Colbert ReportS6
Michael Hastings explains why he wrote the Rolling Stone article that eventually got General Stanley McChrystal fired.
Doomsday BunkersThe Colbert ReportS6
Prescott Group spares you the bunker chaos above while providing amenities like corridors, handguns and an attentive zombie staff.
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