The Colbert Report
Season 4 • 05/29/2008
David Sirota believes America may be on the verge of a revolution.
Intro - 5/28/08The Colbert ReportS4
Little League Baseball players are under attack, something is in our water, and Senator Claire McCaskill will never inspire young women because she supports Barack Obama.
Claire McCaskillThe Colbert ReportS4
Senator Claire McCaskill explains why Barack Obama is the best man or woman to be the next president of the United States.
Cheating Death - Liquid LaunchThe Colbert ReportS4
Liquid Launch is a new energy drink that doesn't have one of the ingredients in rocket fuel -- it has every ingredient in rocket fuel.
Microbe Beat!The Colbert ReportS4
The number one threat to microbes is penicillin -- a godless healing machine.
Tad DevineThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen asks Tad Devine if we can add a third candidate to the Democratic race, like a rabid monkey or an underfed tiger.
Tip/Wag - Monetary DiscriminationThe Colbert ReportS4
Money should have different smells so blind people can tell the bills apart.
Sneak PreviewThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen gives a sneak preview of Monday night's show.
Shout Out! - Broken Space ToiletThe Colbert ReportS4
The astronauts are not pooping in a bag -- they're pooping in a bag-like collection system.
Intro - 5/29/08The Colbert ReportS4
Scott McClellan's new book accuses Bush of lying to get us into Iraq. That took balls, Scott -- five years ago.
Democralypse Now - Florida and MichiganThe Colbert ReportS4
To deny the votes of Michigan and Florida is to say that Kurt Cobain died in vain.
David SirotaThe Colbert ReportS4
David Sirota explains the presidential campaign isn't the only place where change happens.
Final ThoughtThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen gives America the final thought on what should have been done with Michigan and Florida.
Jon PaskowitzThe Colbert ReportS4
Jon Paskowitz tells Stephen what it was like to travel around with a large family and a father who decided his children were going to surf instead of go to school.
The Word - Media CulpaThe Colbert ReportS4
Media, if you want to prove you did your job well in the lead-up to the Iraq war, use the same techniques that McClellan used to sell the war to you in the first place.
Intro - 6/2/08The Colbert ReportS4
Scott McClellan says the press didn't do its job in the run-up to the war. Why is he complaining? They did his job.
Obama's ChurchThe Colbert ReportS4
Unfortunately, America can't vote for a man who doesn't even belong to a church. So Hillary it is.
Colbert Platinum - Private JetsThe Colbert ReportS4
Platinum members can now get servants' quarters on their private jets, a $175 hamburger, and Stephen's own iPod Nano postage stamp.
Fire at UniversalThe Colbert ReportS4
God must have been listening to Stephen's prayers because Universal Studios went up in flames.
George WillThe Colbert ReportS4
George Will explains conservatives understand that the government's job is to deliver the mail, defend the shores, and get out of the way.
The Word - Unhealthy CompetitionThe Colbert ReportS4
The great thing about the war on terror is that if we fight it right, it can go on forever.
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