The Colbert Report
President Obama's Expensive Trip to India
Season 6 • 11/08/2010
Instead of spending $200 million a day on a trip to India, Obama can use Cisco's TelePresence system.
We Hardly Better Knew YeThe Colbert ReportS6
CNN picks up an unprecedented amount of opinions, the Sharron Angle Mystery Policy Box remains a secret, and Stephen says goodbye to some fallen friends.
Sign Off - Smiley Face BalloonThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen draws a smiley face on a balloon.
Intro - 11/4/10The Colbert ReportS6
Alaska still doesn't know which Republican will win, a children's TV character is outed, and Elvis Costello threatens to cut off Stephen's thumbs.
Elvis CostelloThe Colbert ReportS6
Elvis Costello is ready for the Colbert Bump because his albums don't sell like hotcakes.
Spider-Man Is Alaska's Write-In CandidateThe Colbert ReportS6
Since no one knows Spider-Man's identity, Alaska's write-in votes could actually be for Joe Miller.
Tip/Wag - TSA, Bert & DogsThe Colbert ReportS6
The TSA offers friendly skies with benefits, Bert moves from PBS to LGBT, and Stephen appeals to an unexpected demographic.
The Word - NothingnessThe Colbert ReportS6
In the unity of the free market, we are all just different parts of the same billionaire.
Reza AslanThe Colbert ReportS6
According to Reza Aslan, Muslims have decided, in their secret gatherings, to bring down democracy through art.
One Hour in the FutureThe Colbert ReportS6
Jay the Intern will earn a college credit by shooting Past Stephen when he shows up one hour from now.
President Obama's Expensive Trip to IndiaThe Colbert ReportS6
Barack Obama doesn't have to spend $200 million a day on a trip to India when he can use Cisco's new TelePresence system.
Cee Lo GreenThe Colbert ReportS6
Cee Lo Green's "F**k You" is so infectious that Stephen feels like he needs to go on a course of Zithromax after he listens to it.
House Oversight Committee Hearings - Abbe LowellThe Colbert ReportS6
Abbe Lowell prints more business cards as the Republican leadership prepares to move America forward to the 90s.
Decision PointsThe Colbert ReportS6
George W. Bush's writing is so evocative, Stephen feels like he's right there holding that steaming pile of dog crap in his hand.
Craziest F#?king Thing I've Ever Heard - Crab Vending MachinesThe Colbert ReportS6
A businessman in China comes up with the crustacean innovation to soft sell his soft shells nowhere near the seashore.
Michelle Obama's Embarrassing HandshakeThe Colbert ReportS6
Michelle Obama forces her arm between an Indonesian minister's reluctantly outstretched hands, as the corners of his mouth turn upward in the traditional sign of revulsion.
Statue of JesusThe Colbert ReportS6
America needs a bigger Jesus because God is looking down from space, trying to figure out who loves him the most.
America's Job Loss - Beri FoxThe Colbert ReportS6
Instead of extending tax cuts to help small business, Marble King President Beri Fox wants the government to level the playing field.
Sign Off - Saltine Hors D'oeuvresThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen spreads his mayonnaise and mustard dip over saltines, then sprinkles them with paprika.
Martha StewartThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen teaches Martha Stewart how to spread mayonnaise on Wonder Bread and sprinkle the slices with pre-sweetened Kool-Aid mix.
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