The Colbert Report
Cheating Death - Swimming Safety
Season 4 • 07/31/2008
Stephen wants to know who is pooping in our pools.
Crosby, Stills & Nash Pt. 1The Colbert ReportS4
Stephen asks Crosby, Stills & Nash if it's hard to redo the stationery every time Neil Young drops out of the band.
Intro - 7/30/08The Colbert ReportS4
America's state fairs are in trouble. Where will we step on strangers' vomit now?
Canton ApologyThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen didn't mean to call Canton, Georgia crappy. He actually meant Canton, Kansas.
Spiders for Stephen!The Colbert ReportS4
Jason Bond is naming a spider after Stephen and all he had to do was shamelessly beg on national television.
Fat CatThe Colbert ReportS4
Instead of focusing on Ted Stevens' indictment, the New York Post dedicates their cover to the breaking story of a 44-pound cat from New Jersey.
Thanks to the GuestsThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen thanks his guests Brendan Koerner and Buzz Aldrin.
Buzz AldrinThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen asks Buzz Aldrin if "Fly Me to the Moon" -- his new animated film about flies on the Apollo mission -- is based on a true story.
Brendan KoernerThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen wants Brendan Koerner to tell him why they make fluorescent light bulbs look like soft serve ice cream if you're not supposed to lick them.
Starbucks Cuts JobsThe Colbert ReportS4
The economic downturn is hitting Starbucks right in the Fresh Roast beans.
Intro - 7/31/08The Colbert ReportS4
How to be environmentally correct -- step one: don't tell the environment it has a nice rack.
Cheating Death - Swimming SafetyThe Colbert ReportS4
Who is pooping in our pools? Stephen's guess is the elusive Poopacabra.
Intro - 8/4/08The Colbert ReportS4
Stephen examines John McCain's latest campaign commercial. Good news: it's a talkie.
The Word - We the PeopleThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen already knew he'd never vote for Obama, but he didn't realize how much he'd love to vote for Britney Spears.
Democrats' Five-Week RecessThe Colbert ReportS4
The do-nothing Democrats in Congress begin a five-week recess. If they're not passing bills, what is the president supposed to veto?
Lucas ConleyThe Colbert ReportS4
Lucas Conley tells Stephen about America's obsession with branding in his Dr. Pepper interview.
Ryan Seacrest's Shark AttackThe Colbert ReportS4
Now that the shark has had a taste of Ryan Seacrest, it's only a matter of time before they come looking for Stephen.
Obsessive Compulsive ChecklistThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen wants you to make sure you turned off the stove, closed the refrigerator door, and locked the doors before bed.
Canton, Kansas ApologyThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen hopes Canton, Kansas accepts his apology because America's real assberg is Canton, South Dakota.
Obama's Energy Plan - Tire GaugesThe Colbert ReportS4
To highlight what a charade proper air pressure is, the McCain campaign hands out "Obama Energy Plan" tire gauges.
David CarrThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen asks David Carr which is more damaging to society -- crack addiction or the New York Times.
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