The Colbert Report
The Word - Change We Can Believe In
Season 8 • 02/29/2012
To help the working poor earn bigger tips, America should cut rich people's taxes completely.
The Colbert ReportS8 Rising Oil Prices - John Kilduff
With the economy on the upswing, Barack Obama's approval rating soars, but one thing could put the breaks on his momentum.
The Colbert ReportS8 Mr. Smith Goes to the State Legislature, Then Later Possibly Washington - Bob Morris & Kyle Jones
Indiana Representative Bob Morris comes down on Girl Scouts' radical agenda, and New Hampshire Representative Kyle Jones repeals labor lunch break laws.
The Colbert ReportS8 The Colbert Report's 1000th Show
Think of all that Stephen has accomplished in 1,000 Colbert Report episodes.
The Colbert ReportS8 Stephen's 1000th Ticket
Stephen turns in his 1,000 skee-ball tickets for a prize.
The Colbert ReportS8 Ross Eisenbrey
Ross Eisenbrey believes that everyone -- from interns to college athletes --should be paid for working for someone else's financial benefit.
The Colbert ReportS8 Countdown to Loving Mitt
Mitt Romney wins his home state of Michigan by a whopping 3.2%, causing Republicans to be even more Mittbivalent.
The Colbert ReportS8 Intro - 2/29/12
A new way to help the poor emerges, the contraceptive debate heats up, and William Shatner eradicates the Colbert Report's tribbles.
The Colbert ReportS8 William Shatner
William Shatner discusses love, life, horses and his Broadway show "Shatner's World."
The Colbert ReportS8 Tip/Wag - Kansas' Male Birth Control Pill & New York's Babyccino
The spermicidal maniacs at the University of Kansas develop a male birth control pill, and Brooklyn coffee shops hook babies on the foam dragon.
The Colbert ReportS8 The Word - Change We Can Believe In
Barack Obama's plan to eliminate the Bush tax cuts for the wealthy pits rich against poor, but luckily, the poor aren't buying it.
The Colbert ReportS8 Claire Danes
Claire Danes talks about her role as a bipolar CIA agent in her TV show "Homeland."
The Colbert ReportS8 Mysteries of the Ancient Unknown - Yo Mama Jokes
Researchers discover a Babylonian gut-buster thought to predate even the earliest biblical "Yo Mama" joke.
The Colbert ReportS8 Countdown to Loving Mitt - Jeb Bush
As the countdown to Super Tuesday continues, Republicans consider Jeb Bush a possible last-ditch candidate.
The Colbert ReportS8 People Who Are Destroying America - Teachers
Dawn Quarles, a Florida high school teacher, faces voter fraud fines for registering her students to vote.
The Colbert ReportS8 Sign Off - Jeb Bush's Portrait
Stephen lovingly admires a portrait of Jeb Bush.
The Colbert ReportS8 Countdown to Loving Mitt - Super Tuesday
From a purely mathematical standpoint, conservatives will eventually yield to the inevitability of Mitt Romney after Super Tuesday.
The Colbert ReportS8 Sport Report - Pete Weber, Danica Patrick & the New Orleans Saints
Professional bowler Pete Weber wins the U.S. Open, Fox 5's Ross Shimabuku insults Danica Patrick, and the New Orleans Saints allegedly paid players to injure competitors.
The Colbert ReportS8 Audra McDonald
Audra McDonald gives some historical background on "Porgy and Bess" and explains why it's not a musical about Stephen.
The Colbert ReportS8 Rush Limbaugh Apologizes to Sandra Fluke
The lamestream media jumps down Rush Limbaugh's throat for calling one woman he never met a "slut" and a "prostitute," and 12 advertisers pull support from his show.
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