The Colbert Report
Season 4 • 07/29/2008
Eric Roston tries to make Stephen care about carbon.
The Colbert ReportS4 Intro - 7/24/08
The Anglican church is split over gay priests. It's the biggest religious controversy since Scientologists decided to admit gay thetans.
The Colbert ReportS4 Trigger Happy - D.C. v. Heller
Allowing former convicts to have guns will give them the confidence to go out and make new friends and/or hostages.
The Colbert ReportS4 Heroic Refusal to Discuss Robert Novak
Stephen takes some calls to hear what his viewers think about his difficult decision to not talk about Robert Novak.
The Colbert ReportS4 Obama Returns
John McCain warns the media that Barack Obama is not the man he appears to be, because he appears to be president.
The Colbert ReportS4 Intro - 7/28/08
Barack Obama returns from his trip overseas. Stephen hopes he brought back the present he asked for: a concession speech.
The Colbert ReportS4 Toby Keith
With "Beer for My Horses," Stephen worries that Toby Keith will start hanging out with Sean Penn and chaining himself to whales.
The Colbert ReportS4 The Word - Honest Belief
The torture memo ends torture by helping people believe they've never done it.
The Colbert ReportS4 McCain's Mustache
The right mustache will help John McCain reach key demographics, like truck drivers, porn stars and gay porn stars.
The Colbert ReportS4 Intro - 7/29/08
There are new guidelines for CIA interrogators, but you'll never get them out of Stephen.
The Colbert ReportS4 Better Know a District - New York's 14th - Carolyn Maloney
Stephen wants to know if his breast pump is distracting Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney.
The Colbert ReportS4 Eric Roston
Stephen asks Eric Roston if he believes carbon is the Al Qaeda of elements.
The Colbert ReportS4 The Word - Save Ferris
Our nation's Tilt-A-Whirl operators are feeling the crunch, and not just when the Tilt-A-Whirl collapses on them.
The Colbert ReportS4 Crosby, Stills & Nash Pt. 1
Stephen asks Crosby, Stills & Nash if it's hard to redo the stationery every time Neil Young drops out of the band.
The Colbert ReportS4 Intro - 7/30/08
America's state fairs are in trouble. Where will we step on strangers' vomit now?
The Colbert ReportS4 Canton Apology
Stephen didn't mean to call Canton, Georgia crappy. He actually meant Canton, Kansas.
The Colbert ReportS4 Spiders for Stephen!
Jason Bond is naming a spider after Stephen and all he had to do was shamelessly beg on national television.
The Colbert ReportS4 Fat Cat
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.
The Colbert ReportS4 Thanks to the Guests
Stephen thanks his guests Brendan Koerner and Buzz Aldrin.
The Colbert ReportS4 Buzz Aldrin
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.
The Colbert ReportS4 Brendan Koerner
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.
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