The Colbert Report
Intro - 5/15/07
Season 3 • 05/15/2007
College students should sync up "An Inconvenient Truth" with Dark Side of the Moon.
Tip/Wag - Mitt RomneyThe Colbert ReportS3
Mitt Romney gets a wag of the finger for speaking out against polygamy while the Boston Pops get a tip of the hat for having audience members who rumble.
William LangewiescheThe Colbert ReportS3
William Langewiesche explains to Stephen why America shouldn't spend too much time worrying about other nations getting the nuclear bomb.
Ferrari ListThe Colbert ReportS3
As Stephen was getting ready to buy a new Ferrari, he learned that there's a shortage and a waiting list. Luckily, he's next in line on a kidney list and willing to trade.
Alpha Dog of the Week - Michael WileyThe Colbert ReportS3
Triple amputee Michael Wiley tore down the wall of stereotype, showing that disabled people are not always nice, sweet and innocent, but mean and great at driving.
Walter IsaacsonThe Colbert ReportS3
Walter Isaacson speaks to Stephen about Albert Einstein's rebellious childhood and how he used the Nobel Prize to get his wife to divorce him.
The Word - Heated DebateThe Colbert ReportS3
Barry Lucier shouldn't be forced to watch movies he doesn't agree with -- college is not a place to learn new ideas.
Pasadena, IndiaThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen reports on the demise of the mainstream media with a story about two reporters in India who are covering local Pasadena news.
Bonus Wag - Bush GraphicThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen gives a bonus wag to CNN International for airing a "Bush Resigns" graphic when they meant Tony Blair. He then shows us exactly how much time Bush has left in office.
R.I.P. Ted MaimanThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen pays tribute to Dr. Ted Maiman, the inventor of the first working laser. He honors him by letting him know that his ray of light was a true ray of light.
McNulty GuiltyThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen is so excited to announce that Deputy Attorney General Paul J. McNulty has resigned, he draws a Fu Manchu on his face.
Intro - 5/15/07The Colbert ReportS3
A college student objects to watching "An Inconvenient Truth," Stephen sees things in Wolf Blitzer's beard and Walter Isaacson joins Stephen to talk Einstein.
Sign Off - Name of City HereThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen says goodnight to name of city here.
Howard DeanThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen asks Howard Dean, hypothetically, which candidate would he support: Arack Bobama or Mallory Vinton?
Formidable Opponent - PeanutsThe Colbert ReportS3
President Bush is the Lucy in Chief and we have to trust his handling of the Iraq ball. Don't do it, Charlie Brown!
The Word - Level Playing FieldThe Colbert ReportS3
Like Rudy Giuliani, Paralympic sprinter Oscar Pistorius is simply turning a misfortune into an advantage.
Intro - 5/16/07The Colbert ReportS3
Stephen asks if athletes with prosthetics should compete in the Olympics, how much time we should give the surge in Iraq, and how Howard Dean rigged the midterm elections.
Second Republican DebateThe Colbert ReportS3
Republican presidential candidates --you can say you're pro-torture all you want, but actions scream louder than words.
The Hammer Is Here!The Colbert ReportS3
Stephen gets fired up for his interview with Tom DeLay, and Greenpeace rebuilds Noah's ark.
Tom DeLayThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen asks Tom DeLay, author of "No Retreat, No Surrender," how to get rid of this country's Democrat infestation.
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