The Colbert Report
The New York Times' Hit Job on Mitt Romney
Season 8 • 06/07/2012
Mitt Romney's renovations keep a cranky, old neighbor from plowing into farmers' markets.
Wisconsin's Recall ResultsThe Colbert ReportS8
Governor Scott Walker wins the Wisconsin recall election, so Stephen celebrates the end of America's unions.
Transit of Venus & Mars Reality Show PitchThe Colbert ReportS8
Stephen's sun-gazing pays off, and the private sector offers Americans the chance to pick up and move to Mars.
Neil Patrick HarrisThe Colbert ReportS8
Actor Neil Patrick Harris discusses hosting the Tony Awards, performing on Broadway and playing a convincing straight guy on "How I Met Your Mother."
Sign Off - Ray Bradbury TributeThe Colbert ReportS8
Stephen pays a fireside tribute to sci-fi legend Ray Bradbury, author of "Fahrenheit 451" and "The Illustrated Man."
Difference Makers - Larry JohnsonThe Colbert ReportS8
Bald Knob's Pastor Larry Johnson takes action to eliminate local bingo junkies at the senior center.
Corruption on Pakistan's "Sesame Street"The Colbert ReportS8
The U.S. pulls funding from Pakistan's "Sesame Street," even though its Pakistani puppet program is crucial for national security.
A Teacup Pig & Partisan PoliticsThe Colbert ReportS8
Americans are more polarized along partisan lines than at any point in the last 25 years, but one little piglet named Hamlet could mend the divide.
Regina SpektorThe Colbert ReportS8
Singer-songwriter Regina Spektor explains her appreciation for her childhood immigration experience and her love of Russian culture.
Colbert Super PAC - Super Fun Pack Treasure Hunt ClueThe Colbert ReportS8
Colbert Super PAC Super Fun Pack treasure hunters will get a special hint to help them solve the puzzle and win a personal appearance by Stephen.
Intro - 6/7/12The Colbert ReportS8
Partisanship intensifies, a rocky relationship with Pakistan evolves, and singer Regina Spektor talks about her album "What We Saw from the Cheap Seats."
The New York Times' Hit Job on Mitt RomneyThe Colbert ReportS8
The New York Times slams Mitt Romney for his mansion and car elevator add-on, but one interview reveals the laidback side of Mitt.
Radical Feminist Nuns - Simone CampbellThe Colbert ReportS8
NETWORK's Executive Director Sister Simone Campbell responds to the Vatican's "radical feminist" charges, and Stephen learns how to get into heaven.
Sign Off - Wooden RulerThe Colbert ReportS8
Stephen points his wooden ruler and says a stern goodnight.
"Banana Bunker" TutorialThe Colbert ReportS8
The easy-to-use Banana Bunker spares consumers the humiliation of cutting off bruised parts, or buying another banana for 25 cents.
Neil deGrasse Tyson on "Prometheus" GaffeThe Colbert ReportS8
First, Neil deGrasse Tyson spoiled Jack and Rose's final goodbye in "Titanic," and now he accuses Charlize Theron of making a space travel gaffe.
Radical Feminist NunsThe Colbert ReportS8
America's nuns clearly support the gay agenda, but one nun really has the Vatican's chasubles in a bunch.
Martin SheenThe Colbert ReportS8
Actor Martin Sheen discusses "The Amazing Spider-Man," lefty-liberalism and his given Latino name.
Sign Off - Stephen's Equestrian DisplayThe Colbert ReportS8
Stephen imitates a dressage competitor.
Intro - 6/12/12The Colbert ReportS8
The common man considers Mitt Romney, countries think about social media, and Will Allen promotes inner-city farming.
Barack Obama's Anti-Terror LeaksThe Colbert ReportS8
An Obama administration leak releases information about anti-terror operations, but some pundits contend that it's all for Barack Obama's political gain.
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