The Colbert Report
Big Loud Flag
Season 3 • 05/24/2007
America is a brand and the flag is our logo.
Bush is Back!The Colbert ReportS3
The Democrats backed down on the Iraq timetable. President Bush is back!
Illegal Immigration - Bay BuchananThe Colbert ReportS3
Bay Buchanan explains why Stephen's idea for a crocodile moat border is too messy.
Sign Off - Hi-DefThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen wants his viewers watching him in hi-def to know that The Colbert Report does not broadcast in hi-def.
Bob DeansThe Colbert ReportS3
Author Bob Deans explains there were slaves in America before there were pilgrims.
Speaking FeeThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen will see you in a week, unless you have a million dollars for his speaking fee.
Jimmy WalesThe Colbert ReportS3
Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales says that his staff is scrambling to protect Wikipedia from Stephen.
Up in SmokeThe Colbert ReportS3
There are some Memorial Day weekend dangers you might never have thought of if it weren't for Stephen thinking them up at you.
Fleet WeekThe Colbert ReportS3
The Fleet Week servicemen are just innocent, small town kids wandering a big city rife with temptations like liquor, gambling and museums.
Intro - 5/24/07The Colbert ReportS3
Since it's Memorial Day weekend, Stephen wants to remind everyone to turn their clocks back.
Better Know a District - Arizona's 7th - Raul GrijalvaThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen believes Representative Raul Grijalva's Interethnic Racial Harmony Award would make one hell of a weapon.
Big Loud FlagThe Colbert ReportS3
Some people have complained about Stephen's big, loud flag.
Better Know a District - Illinois' 9th - Jan SchakowskyThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen visits the district on the North Shore of Chicago, home of Northwestern University, Wrigley Field and Mayor McCheese.
Uneventful VacationThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen recalls the uneventful events from his week off that only included performing medical experiments on himself and traveling the world behind a mask.
Leon BotsteinThe Colbert ReportS3
Bard College president Leon Botstein explains how educating prisoners is an effective way to reintroduce them to society.
Sign Off - Mardi Gras MaskThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen wears his Mardi Gras mask to say good night.
Democratic Presidential Debate - VenueThe Colbert ReportS3
Though Stephen did not watch the Democratic presidential debate, he can assume he knows what the candidates said anyway.
Jan SchakowskyThe Colbert ReportS3
Now that America has won back the hot dog eating crown, Stephen discusses Hunger Awareness Day and the rising prices of food.
Intro - 6/4/07The Colbert ReportS3
In this episode, America reclaims the hot dog eating crown, Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky spends a week living off food stamps and Stephen interviews Bard College president Leon Botstein.
Jessica ValentiThe Colbert ReportS3
Jessica Valenti has a hard time believing that the girls in the "Girls Gone Wild" videos are flashing their breasts for their own pleasure.
The God Machine?The Colbert ReportS3
The disturbing news about the new iPhone is that Stephen doesn't have one yet.
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