The Colbert Report
Season 5 • 06/01/2009
Byron Dorgan speaks out against banking deregulation and dark money.
47-Million-Year-Old FossilThe Colbert ReportS5
A newly discovered 47-million-year-old fossil doesn't look anything like Stephen's Aunt Ida.
Green DayThe Colbert ReportS5
Green Day discusses Wal-Mart's censorship and considers covering one of Stephen's patriotic songs.
Naan-PartisanThe Colbert ReportS5
Stephen calls Shashi Tharoor to congratulate him on getting the Colbert Bump.
Formidable Opponent - Pragmatism or IdealismThe Colbert ReportS5
Idealist Stephen and the pragmatist Stephen attempt a compromise on how best to deal with cats and dogs.
Dance for StephenThe Colbert ReportS5
Stephen entertained you for half an hour, now it's your turn to dance for him.
Intro - 6/01/09The Colbert ReportS5
Republicans could lose their Latino voter, and you can see Stephen's Persian Gulf destination from Sarah Palin's house.
Sonia Sotomayor's Nomination - Jeffrey ToobinThe Colbert ReportS5
After 106 white male Supreme Court justices, Jeffrey Toobin thinks it might be time to change the court dynamics.
Guns in National ParksThe Colbert ReportS5
Thanks to Tom Coburn and the NRA, campers need no longer live in fear of being carjacked by a bison.
Supreme Court PressThe Colbert ReportS5
Sonia Sotomayor's nomination sends a terrible message to all the white boys out there who dream of having their judicial reputations destroyed by the media.
Where and When Is Stephen Going to the Persian Gulf? - United Arab EmiratesThe Colbert ReportS5
When in the Persian Gulf, do as the Persians do, so Stephen's packing a box of their official Sheik condoms.
Byron DorganThe Colbert ReportS5
Byron Dorgan doesn't believe in the kind of banking modernization that caused the Great Depression.
Saudi Arabia Press RestrictionsThe Colbert ReportS5
Saudi Arabia needlessly warns American journalists traveling with President Obama against reporting on anything other than Obama.
Cheating Death - Cheerios, Soda Paralysis & Oprah's Crazy TalkThe Colbert ReportS5
Cheerios marketing receives FDA scrutiny, soda drinkers face paralysis, and Oprah endorses dubious health advice.
Intro - 6/2/09The Colbert ReportS5
The FDA challenges medical claims made by Cheerios, and Jim Moran protects kids from erectile dysfunction advertising.
Jim Moran vs. ViagraThe Colbert ReportS5
Jim Moran introduces a bill that will ban erectile dysfunction ads from running during the day.
Katty KayThe Colbert ReportS5
Katty Kay explains the significant value of women in the workplace, even though they work in different ways than men.
Best Audience of the NightThe Colbert ReportS5
This was Stephen's best audience of the night.
Eric Schlosser - "Food, Inc."The Colbert ReportS5
Eric Schlosser, co-producer of the documentary film "Food, Inc.," talks about the link between the rise of factory farms in the U.S. and the heightened risk of foodborne illnesses.
The Word - I Do, You Don'tThe Colbert ReportS5
All marriages shouldn't be equal, but there should be so many separate kinds of marriage that the gays don't feel singled out.
Intro - 6/3/09The Colbert ReportS5
California allows some gay couples to stay married, and Obama invites Iran to celebrate 4th of July.
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