The Colbert Report
ThreatDown - Radical Muslim Snacks, Flying Robot Drones & Coked Up Vacuums
Season 7 • 01/25/2011
Roombas can clean a house for 10 hours because they're tweaking on the high-speed chicken feed.
The Colbert ReportS7 Sign Off - Keith Olbermug
Stephen puts Keith Olbermug inside Bill O'Reilly's microwave oven so they can fight it out.
The Colbert ReportS7 Stephen Rejects Keith Olbermann's Power
Keith Olbermann's essence is deflected into a coffee cup after Stephen's body rejects his power like a pompous kidney.
The Colbert ReportS7 Charlie Rose
Charlie Rose admits that he rarely sits down for interviews himself because he has nothing to say.
The Colbert ReportS7 Art Stephen Up Challenge - Banksy
Stephen announces the secret identity of Banksy, admits to posing nude in college and reveals another portrait above his mantel.
The Colbert ReportS7 The Word - Coverage of Denial
The House Republicans' vote to repeal Obamacare is a symbolic gesture, but they don't let reality push them around.
The Colbert ReportS7 Nazi-ometer
For anyone else who wants to demonize a political opponent, Stephen has a chart of Nazis in descending order of Naziness.
The Colbert ReportS7 The "Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother" Controversy
Amy Chua points out where Western mothers have it all wrong in "Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother."
The Colbert ReportS7 Sign Off - Stephen Welcomes Cody Price
Stephen delivers a special message to the newest member of the Colbert Nation, Cody Price.
The Colbert ReportS7 Amy Chua
Amy Chua explains how she tried to raise her two daughters the same way her strict Chinese immigrant parents raised her.
The Colbert ReportS7 Intro - 1/25/11
Stephen looks at Congressional name-calling, and Amy Chua says Chinese mothers are better than American mothers -- in bed.
The Colbert ReportS7 ThreatDown - Radical Muslim Snacks, Flying Robot Drones & Coked Up Vacuums
Sharia law creeps into America, flying robots build dorm room shelves, and a woman finds crystal meth hidden in her vacuum cleaner.
The Colbert ReportS7 Mr. Smith Goes to the State Legislature, Then Later Possibly Washington - Curtis Oda
Curtis Oda's bill to allow the humane killing of feral animals will let city folk experience the joys of hunting.
The Colbert ReportS7 Christine Yvette Lewis
Christine Yvette Lewis is a working nanny who advocates for fair labor standards for domestic workers.
The Colbert ReportS7 Obama's State of the Union Address - Michael Waldman
Stephen answers Obama's call to entrepreneurs and reviews the State of the Union address with Michael Waldman.
The Colbert ReportS7 Anonymous Insider Author Speculation
It's possible Stephen is the author of "O" since he does have frequent episodes where he blacks out.
The Colbert ReportS7 Sign Off - Man Handler & Fork Phone
Stephen plays with his new Man Handler and Fork Phone inventions.
The Colbert ReportS7 Brian Greene
Brian Greene says math is the gateway to reality and calls Stephen a bag of particles governed by the laws of physics.
The Colbert ReportS7 Gordita Supreme Court
Taco Bell's meat mixture doesn't satisfy the USDA's minimum requirements to be called beef.
The Colbert ReportS7 Intro - 1/27/11
Stephen wonders if ESP exists, covers Taco Bell's broiled controversy and asks Brian Greene if there's a parallel universe where people still buy books.
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