The Colbert Report
Colbert Super PAC - "Corporations Are People" - Frank Luntz
Season 8 • 10/24/2011
Frank Luntz uses dial technology to rate Stephen's message.
The Colbert ReportS8 Bill O'Reilly's "Pinheads & Patriots"
Bill O'Reilly supports America's troops by sending them what they need most on the battlefield: his book.
The Colbert ReportS8 Intro - 10/20/11
The airline industry creates a new source of revenue, shocking reports emerge from Afghanistan, and Coldplay perform music from their album "Mylo Xyloto."
The Colbert ReportS8 Tip/Wag - Tea Party Nation Pledge & Spirit Airlines' Ad Revenue
The Tea Party Nation asks its members to pledge not to hire employees, and Spirit Airlines turns jets into flying billboards.
The Colbert ReportS8 Goodbye, Muammar al-Gaddafi
Rebels pull Muammar al-Gaddafi out of a hole and kill him, ending his brutal 42-year reign.
The Colbert ReportS8 Exclusive - Colbert Super PAC - Frank Luntz - Stephen Knows His Classic Rock
Frank Luntz and Stephen debate Colbert Super PAC messaging and classic rock.
The Colbert ReportS8 America's Top Mormons - Jon Huntsman
A poll places Jon Huntsman among the top two Mormons in the Republican presidential race.
The Colbert ReportS8 Colbert Super PAC - "Corporations Are People" - Frank Luntz's Focus Group
Frank Luntz convenes a focus group to develop the perfect Colbert Super PAC ad while Stephen watches behind a two-way mirror.
The Colbert ReportS8 Jon Huntsman
Jon Huntsman addresses the controversy surrounding his faith and talks about serving as the U.S. Ambassador to China during Barack Obama's presidency.
The Colbert ReportS8 Colbert Super PAC - "Corporations Are People"
Little Charlie and Grace can start their Colbert Super PAC lemonade stand now that Stephen knows what his super PAC stands for.
The Colbert ReportS8 Colbert Super PAC - "Corporations Are People" - Frank Luntz
Frank Luntz helps Stephen make the idea that corporations are people appealing to Americans.
The Colbert ReportS8 Susan Saladoff
Documentarian Susan Saladoff explores how the media and corporate America manipulated the public into believing the civil justice system is broken.
The Colbert ReportS8 Intro - 10/25/11
A new Herman Cain ad goes viral, Occupy Wall Street gets a corporate backer, and Susan Saladoff discusses her documentary on frivolous lawsuits.
The Colbert ReportS8 Flogging the Americone Dream
Ben & Jerry's endorses Occupy Wall Street, and Stephen calls on Colbert Nation to reclaim its place atop Ice Cream Mountain.
The Colbert ReportS8 Steve Jobs' Biography
As with the iPhone and iPad, Stephen was the first in line to buy Steve Jobs' biography.
The Colbert ReportS8 Sign Off - Enjoying Americone Dream
Stephen savors spoonfuls of Americone Dream and says goodnight.
The Colbert ReportS8 Herman Cain's Campaign Ad
Herman Cain's ad sends the message that he doesn't just want to be the president of the United States, he wants to be the president of flavor country.
The Colbert ReportS8 Whales Aren't People
PETA files a lawsuit claiming that whale performers have Constitutional rights.
The Colbert ReportS8 Exclusive - Hey! Remember This, Alabama?
In this web-only exclusive, Stephen shares with Congress his vast experience spending one day as a migrant farm worker.
The Colbert ReportS8 Taylor Branch
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Taylor Branch describes the NCAA as a cartel that hoards the billions of dollars generated by unpaid college athletes.
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