The Colbert Report
Season 4 • 03/31/2008
Michael Reynolds explains why we should consume our own garbage.
Aqua ColbertThe Colbert ReportS4 E39
Thirst locally and drink globally with Stephen's new line of bottled water, Aqua Colbert.
Watershift Down: Getting the Sea Monkey Off America's Aqua-BackThe Colbert ReportS4 E39
Stephen dedicates the whole show to water and pledges not to drink a single drop.
Water Is LifeThe Colbert ReportS4 E39
Stephen visits the American Museum of Natural History to learn more about the power of water.
Setting Water on FireThe Colbert ReportS4 E39
Stephen thinks it's great that someone has finally found a use for water.
Dean KamenThe Colbert ReportS4 E39
Stephen puts inventor Dean Kamen's vapor compression distiller to the test.
Intro - 3/31/08The Colbert ReportS4
Stephen doesn't report on the crushing of dissidents in Tibet. Sorry, monks -- next time, get reincarnated in America.
Tek Jansen - Beginning's First Dawn: Episode One RevisitedThe Colbert ReportS4
This is where it began - a teenage Tek Jansen stumbles into his first intergalactic adventure!
Opening DayThe Colbert ReportS4
One hundred years and the Cubs are still sticking in there. That's all McCain is asking for in Iraq.
Eric AltermanThe Colbert ReportS4
Eric Alterman explains that liberalism is about truth, and truth is complicated.
Bowling in PAThe Colbert ReportS4
Obama wooed Pennsylvania's blue collar bowling vote by hitting the lanes -- which was followed by a response from Hillary's campaign.
Michael ReynoldsThe Colbert ReportS4
Michael Reynolds builds energy-efficient homes out of a natural resource: our garbage.
Portrait DisplayedThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen's portrait earns an extended stay at the Smithsonian's National Treasures of American History Exhibit.
Portrait UpdateThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen gets a surprise call from Brent Glass, director of the Smithsonian's National Treasure Exhibit.
The Word - Pick SicksThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen tries his hand at Oregon's new health care lottery.
Bears & Balls - Rat RakesThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen urges us to heavily invest in Stephen Colbert's Rat Rakes -- rakes for rats.
Intro - 4/1/08The Colbert ReportS4
Stephen hopes the future of health care is sexy robot nurses.
Van JonesThe Colbert ReportS4
Van Jones tells Stephen about green collar jobs that are good for the Earth as well as the economy.
Stephen Wins a PeabodyThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen wins the Turducken of awards -- the Peabody.
R.E.M.The Colbert ReportS4
During the interview, Stephen uses the new R.E.M. album to cover his area.
Intro - 4/2/08The Colbert ReportS4
Stephen's advice on traveling this summer: Hint one -- you'll save a lot of money by not tipping.
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