The Colbert Report
Season 2 • 12/19/2006
Stephen gives us something to hold us over until the shredding contest begins.
The Colbert ReportS2 Jack Welch
Stephen asks Jack Welch how he's making it on a fixed income and has him sign a copy of his book, "Winning," for his father-in-law.
The Colbert ReportS2 Profiles in Balls
Dick Cheney had balls, but Nancy Pelosi doesn't -- although, she could.
The Colbert ReportS2 The Word - The Draft
Stephen feels the draft should be reinstated so that America can go back to the days of Vietnam when they hated protesters more than the war.
The Colbert ReportS2 DIY Cold Medicine
Stephen was sick all weekend and cold medicine wasn't doing the trick, so he reverse-engineered some crank and made some Sudafed which he snorted.
The Colbert ReportS2 Tip/Wag - Art Edition
Stephen tips his hat to the exhibition "Bodies" and wags his finger at Picasso, Rodin and Nazi gingerbread men.
The Colbert ReportS2 Deepak Chopra
Deepak Chopra talks to Stephen about life after death, maintaining a youthful biology and his book, which costs 24 dollars.
The Colbert ReportS2 Stephen Goes to Harvard
The election on his mind, Stephen takes a trip to Harvard University, where he sets the students of the John F. Kennedy School of Government straight.
The Colbert ReportS2 Person of the Year
With the power of the Internet in their hands, the Colbert Nation has become Time Magazine's Person of the Year.
The Colbert ReportS2 The Word - Tit for Tat
An outraged Stephen speaks out against beauty queen Tara Conner for publicly exhibiting her sexuality, and proposes a change in the pageant scoring system.
The Colbert ReportS2 Intro - 12/19/06
Miss USA gets in trouble for drinking, Stephen tries to live in the basement of Harvard and new age guru Deepak Chopra stops by.
The Colbert ReportS2 Face-Off Preview
With the upcoming challenge against the Decemberists' guitarist, Chris Funk, Stephen does a little tapping on his electric guitar to hold us over.
The Colbert ReportS2 Intro - 12/20/06
Morley Safer gets us revved up for tonight's guitar solo challenge, when The Decemberists and Stephen face off to determine who is the Socrates of Shred.
The Colbert ReportS2 ShredDown - The Judgment
The results are in. The judges and audience cast their votes and Henry Kissinger announces the winner.
The Colbert ReportS2 ShredDown
Stephen introduces a tough panel of ShredDown dispute judges: Eliot Spitzer, Anthony DeCurtis and Jim Anderson.
The Colbert ReportS2 Chris Funk
Henry Kissinger provides the "starting gun" of the competition by declaring that "it is time to rock," and then Chris Funk offers his shredding solo.
The Colbert ReportS2 Rock and Awe: Countdown to Guitarmageddon
Stephen previews his guitar solo challenge against The Decemberists' Chris Funk.
The Colbert ReportS2 Peter Frampton
Just before his guitar solo Stephen injures himself, prays to Father Christmas and is presented with a guitar hero to fill in for him.
The Colbert ReportS3 Who's Honoring Me Now? - Gay.com
Though Stephen does not approve of the gayness, he's not one to turn down any honor.
The Colbert ReportS3 Who's Attacking Me Now? - Lake Superior State University
Lake Superior State University has added "truthiness" to its list of banned words.
The Colbert ReportS3 Stephen's Sound Advice - Surviving the Winter Blues
Stephen suggests one way to get over Seasonal Affective Disorder is to take a trip to the warm weather of Iraq.
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