The Colbert Report
Season 2 • 06/12/2006
Stephen uses the Tony Awards to observe dangerous homosexual culture.
Steve JohnsonThe Colbert ReportS2
Author Steve Johnson talks about how kids today are recreating history in video games instead of stealing their dads' beer.
Honorary DoctorThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen received an honorary doctorate from Knox College after performing a commencement speech there.
The Word - Goooooaaaaaal!The Colbert ReportS2
Stephen explains why it would be in America's best interest to ignore the World Cup.
Good News About TerrorThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen announces that women over 40 are now more likely to get married than get killed in a terrorist attack.
A Tip From Stephen Colbert's Gardening AlmanacThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen offers a tip from his very own gardening almanac.
On Notice - Mort ZuckermanThe Colbert ReportS2
Following a poorly researched fax transmission, Stephen Colbert puts U.S. News & World Report editor Mort Zuckerman On Notice.
Intro - 6/12/06The Colbert ReportS2
Tonight's episode features images of Tom DeLay, the Tony Awards and Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
The Word - Tom DeLay's Farewell AddressThe Colbert ReportS2
Rather than take away from his eloquent speech, Stephen gives you Tom DeLay's speech as The Word.
Tip/Wag - College StudentsThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen tips his hat to and wags his finger at the people, animals and weather patterns involved in current events, from college students to rain.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr.The Colbert ReportS2
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. supports his article in Rolling Stone Magazine claiming President Bush stole the 2004 presidential election.
Tony AwardsThe Colbert ReportS2
The Tony Awards provide an easy way for Stephen to examine the homosexual threat.
The Word - Great F***ing IdeaThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen loves the idea of raising fines for broadcast indecency so much that he wants to be the first one to pay.
Stephen Jr. UpdateThe Colbert ReportS2
With video footage provided by the San Francisco Zoo, Stephen watches his young eagle son grow up.
NSA WiretappingThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen invites anyone to call him for just 50 cents a minute to show they're in good, patriotic company.
Tim FlanneryThe Colbert ReportS2
Author and climatologist Tim Flannery attempts to convince Stephen that humans are causing a global climate change.
Feline BraveryThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen salutes a New Jersey tabby cat that chased a bear up a tree.
Intro - 6/13/06The Colbert ReportS2
Tonight, Stephen reports on the FCC crackdown and interviews climatologist Tim Flannery.
Better Know a District - Georgia's 8th - Lynn WestmorelandThe Colbert ReportS2
Representative Westmoreland wants the Ten Commandments displayed in the houses of Congress; Stephen wants Representative Westmoreland to name them.
The Word - License RenewalThe Colbert ReportS2
The President and his war cabinet are getting down to the tough business of planning the war they started four years ago, and Stephen's removing his tie in a show of support.
Sign Off - Disappearing ActThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen's due on "Late Show with David Letterman" any second, and has to get there in a snap.
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