Intro - 4/22/14The Colbert ReportS10
Stephen gets to know a congressional district in Los Angeles, Earth Day draws to a close, and George Will celebrates the 100th birthday of Wrigley Field.
Bad News for Ethanol on Earth DayThe Colbert ReportS10
Fox News pundits gleefully cite a study finding that ethanol fuel may actually be bad for the environment.
Postage Stamp for Harvey MilkThe Colbert ReportS10
The U.S. Postal Service rubs America's nose in the gay lifestyle with a stamp dedicated to activist and politician Harvey Milk.
Better Know a District - California's 29thThe Colbert ReportS10
Congressman Tony Cardenas shares his views on undocumented immigrants and his opposition to Chinese chickens.
Intro - 4/23/14The Colbert ReportS10
College athletes receive new benefits, one of America's favorite foods runs scarce, and guest John Calipari talks basketball.
Sport Report - Snacks for Students & CockfightingThe Colbert ReportS10
Student athletes win the right to eat unlimited snacks, and a senator becomes a vocal advocate for chicken boxing.
America's Lime CrisisThe Colbert ReportS10
Violence between Mexican drug cartels creates a major lime shortage in the U.S.
John CalipariThe Colbert ReportS10
University of Kentucky Coach John Calipari shares insights from his book "Players First" and weighs in on whether college athletes should be paid.
Canada's Booming Middle ClassThe Colbert ReportS10
After years of stagnant wages in the U.S., Canada's middle class becomes the wealthiest in the world.
Sign Off - Country BoyThe Colbert ReportS10
Stephen kicks back and strums his guitar.
George SaundersThe Colbert ReportS10
George Saunders chats about the often-overlooked power of kindness and his book, "Congratulations, by the way."
The Ballad of Cliven BundyThe Colbert ReportS10
Rogue rancher Cliven Bundy becomes a conservative folk hero by bravely standing against paying his bills.
Phyllis Schlafly vs. Equal Pay for WomenThe Colbert ReportS10
Conservative icon Phyllis Schlafly defends the wage gap between men and women by arguing that equal pay poses a threat to romance.
Supreme Court Affirmative Action RulingThe Colbert ReportS10
The Supreme Court strikes a blow to affirmative action on college campuses, leading white pundits to rejoice in the end of racism.
Preventable Diseases on the RiseThe Colbert ReportS10
Cases of mumps and measles increase in the U.S. as more parents choose not to vaccinate their children.
Preventable Diseases on the Rise - Paul OffitThe Colbert ReportS10
"Deadly Choices" author Dr. Paul Offit argues that parents who don't vaccinate their children are putting the entire population at risk.
Michael McFaulThe Colbert ReportS10
Former U.S. ambassador Michael McFaul discusses Vladimir Putin and the challenge of rebuilding a working relationship with Russia.
Sign Off - "Deadly Choices"The Colbert ReportS10
Stephen peruses Dr. Paul Offit's book, "Deadly Choices."
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