The Colbert Report
Tip/Wag - FDA, Toy Manufacturers & Logo Party
Season 10 • 01/06/2014
The FDA targets animal antibiotics, and a board game lets families revel in corporate marketing.
Fox News's "12 Scams of Christmas"The Colbert ReportS10
Fox News's Peter Johnson Jr. reminds viewers that Christmas is a time to be scared and angry.
Jamie Dimon's Christmas CardThe Colbert ReportS10
JP Morgan's Jamie Dimon comes under fire for sending an excessively decadent Christmas card.
Phil Robertson's "Duck Dynasty" SuspensionThe Colbert ReportS10
"Duck Dynasty" star Phil Robertson makes disparaging comments about gays and waxes nostalgic for the Jim Crow era.
Ben StillerThe Colbert ReportS10
Ben Stiller discusses the power of imagination, celebrating the holidays and his movie, "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty."
Polar VortexThe Colbert ReportS10
A rare weather phenomenon threatens America with brutal cold and a chance of thundersnow.
Intro - 1/6/14The Colbert ReportS10
Stephen struggles against the elements as winter comes to The Report.
Recreational Pot Sales in ColoradoThe Colbert ReportS10
As Colorado embraces recreational marijuana, columnists David Brooks and Ruth Marcus take a confusing stand against it.
Sign Off - Polar VortexThe Colbert ReportS10
Stephen ends the night with a frigid farewell.
Ken RothThe Colbert ReportS10
Human Rights Watch's Ken Roth discusses his organization's mission to end human rights violations around the world.
Tip/Wag - FDA, Toy Manufacturers & Logo PartyThe Colbert ReportS10
The FDA cracks down on antibiotics in food animals, and the iPotty allows babies to peruse an iPad while toilet training.
Income Inequality Debate - Jim MartinThe Colbert ReportS10
"A Big Heart Open to God" author Father Jim Martin talks about the pope's emphasis on economic justice and the importance of caring for the poor.
Income Inequality DebateThe Colbert ReportS10
Democrats target wealth disparity, and Pope Francis angers the rich by criticizing capitalism.
John SeigenthalerThe Colbert ReportS10
Veteran news anchor John Seigenthaler talks about his move to Al Jazeera America and the network's emphasis on serious news.
Time Travel Research in CyberspaceThe Colbert ReportS10
Michigan Tech researchers scour the Internet in the hopes of finding time travelers.
Sign Off - "A Big Heart Open to God"The Colbert ReportS10
Stephen ends the night with Father Jim Martin's book.
Donald Trump and Fox & Friends vs. Global WarmingThe Colbert ReportS10
Noted climatologist Donald Trump weighs in on global warming, and a Fox & Friends report targets Al Gore's book, "An Inconvenient Truth."
Sign Off - Cold Weather Fruit HammerThe Colbert ReportS10
Stephen demonstrates an alternative use for a cantaloupe.
Ishmael BeahThe Colbert ReportS10
Author and former child soldier Ishmael Beah explains how he was recruited into the Sierra Leone military at 13 years of age.
The Polar Vortex & Fruit ToolsThe Colbert ReportS10
Cable news knows that Americans can't comprehend that it's cold outside from abstract concepts like temperatures and seasons.
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