The Colbert Report
Roxxxy the Sex Robot
Season 6 • 01/12/2010
Douglas Hines invents a sex robot inspired by the 9/11 terror attacks.
Failure to Connect the DotsThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen shows how easy it is to connect the dots to the underwear bomber on his T.G.I. Jihad's placemat.
James FowlerThe Colbert ReportS6
James Fowler talks about the strong influence of social networks and how they affect our lives.
Colbert Platinum - Estate Tax & Skull Ballot BoxThe Colbert ReportS6
Congress lets the estate tax expire, and a member of Yale's Skull and Bones secret society auctions off a human skull ballot box.
Harry Reid's Racial PraiseThe Colbert ReportS6
With his faint praise of Barack Obama, Harry Reid ushers the word "negro" back into the common parlance.
Sign Off - Stephen Will Be Right BackThe Colbert ReportS6
If you're just tuning in, Stephen will be right back after this long break.
Morgan FreemanThe Colbert ReportS6
Morgan Freeman, the most trusted voice in America, reads a list of untrustworthy things.
Move Your Money - Eugene JareckiThe Colbert ReportS6
Eugene Jarecki uses "It's a Wonderful Life" to inspire Americans to pull their money out of large banks, while Stephen offers an alternate interpretation of the film.
Intro - 1/12/10The Colbert ReportS6
President Obama won't admit we're in the middle of a war, and Raj Patel talks about his book, "The Value of Nothing."
Cheating Death - Alzheimer's, Jet Lag & Female LibidoThe Colbert ReportS6
Cell phones may prevent Alzheimer's, the FDA approves a jet lag remedy, and a new drug boosts the female libido.
Raj PatelThe Colbert ReportS6
Raj Patel says the hidden cost of our consumption causes a great deal of environmental harm and social destruction.
Roxxxy the Sex RobotThe Colbert ReportS6
A man inspired by 9/11 invents a sex robot with touch sensors and different downloadable personalities.
Intro - 1/13/10The Colbert ReportS6
Stephen looks at the controversy surrounding "Avatar" and talks to John Heilemann about his book, "Game Change."
Movies That Are Destroying America - Avatar EditionThe Colbert ReportS6
James Cameron's science-fiction epic sends our children a disturbing message: guys with ponytails have a chance of getting laid.
Sport Report - Gilbert Arenas & Mark McGwireThe Colbert ReportS6
Washington Wizards star Gilbert Arenas pulls out a gun in the team locker room, and Mark McGwire publicly admits to using steroids.
Sign Off - Mark McGwire Action FigureThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen says goodnight with his Mark McGwire action figure.
Game Change GossipThe Colbert ReportS6
What really makes "Game Change" a page-turner is the authors don't bog it down with dead weight like sources or attribution.
John HeilemannThe Colbert ReportS6
John Heilemann is confident his book about the 2008 presidential campaign, "Game Change," is as factually accurate as you can imagine.
Intro - 1/14/10The Colbert ReportS6
Americans walk away from their mortgages, and there's a copay to interview Kathleen Sebelius.
Kathleen SebeliusThe Colbert ReportS6
Kathleen Sebelius discusses her role in the reconciliation of the health care bill between the House and Senate.
The Word - Honor BoundThe Colbert ReportS6
Your honor was so precious to the banks that they bundled it with other people's honor and sold it to Wall Street honor speculators.
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