The Colbert Report
Season 2 • 07/13/2006
Stephen explains the problem of evidence to author Ron Suskind.
Intro - 7/12/06The Colbert ReportS2
Stephen reports on the Supreme Court enforcing the Geneva Conventions, questions Washington State Congressman Rick Larsen, and interviews publisher Mort Zuckerman.
Massachusetts - GaysraelThe Colbert ReportS2
The best way to protect marriage is to ban gay marriage in all states, but Massachusetts -- creating a Gaysrael.
The Word - The America ConventionsThe Colbert ReportS2
If the Swiss had their way, every war would be fought with a tiny knife, a nail file, a magnifying glass and a toothpick.
Mort ZuckermanThe Colbert ReportS2
Mort Zuckerman believes that George W. Bush is an awful president but feels that John Kerry would have been worse.
Sign Off - Space OpenThe Colbert ReportS2
Mort Zuckerman is removed from the on notice board, but there is now room for enemies of freedom.
Better Know a District - Washington's 2nd - Rick LarsenThe Colbert ReportS2
Congressman Rick Larsen doesn't support the proposed wall to separate the United States from Canada.
Intro - 7/13/06The Colbert ReportS2
Joe Lieberman faces a tough challenge in the Democratic primary, the Senate eases a ban on prescription drugs from Canada, and Stephen interviews author Ron Suskind.
ThreatDown - Gay ClonesThe Colbert ReportS2
The guy who played Anakin Beefstroker in "Sperm Wars II: Attack of the Bones" was actually better than Hayden Christensen.
The Word - InquisitionThe Colbert ReportS2
Connecticut, you chose Joe Lieberman in 1988; you can't just say 'oops, I made a mistake' and elect another Democrat.
TV's New LowThe Colbert ReportS2
If you aren't watching The Colbert Report because you're busy guarding our borders, you can buy 16 episodes on iTunes for $9.99.
Ron SuskindThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen explains to author Ron Suskind that if we didn't invade someone, we would have tripped over our preparedness.
Sign Off - LemonsThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen reminds everyone that if God gives you lemons, you must be a bad person.
Lee SilverThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen makes sure Princeton professor Lee Silver knows that he doesn't know more than Stephen does about genetic engineering.
Intro - 7/17/06The Colbert ReportS2
Stephen talks about the crisis in the Middle East, reports on Arizona's new voting proposal, and interviews author Lee Silver.
The Word - T & AThe Colbert ReportS2
There's only one thing that truly unites mankind -- the objectification of womankind.
Tip/Wag - ArizonaThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen tips his hat to Iraqi television, Wal-Mart and aliens, and wags his finger at the state of Arizona and Wal-Mart.
One American DollarThe Colbert ReportS2
Don't send Stephen Colbert $50, because that won't get you a durable, sporty Colbert Report tote bag -- which also doesn't come in red.
Microphone OnThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen didn't realize his microphone was on, and now his comments have been misinterpreted.
Column WidthThe Colbert ReportS2
The New York Times announces they're reducing the width of their newspaper by an inch and a half -- that's an inch and a half less of state secrets revealed everyday.
The Word - SolidarityThe Colbert ReportS2
It's time for management and labor to come together as management to exploit labor.
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