The Colbert Report
Vince Gilligan Pt. 1
Season 8 • 09/27/2012
Series creator Vince Gilligan discusses his AMC hit, "Breaking Bad."
The Colbert ReportS8 Jim Holt
Philosopher Jim Holt tries to solve the mystery of the universe without involving God or scientific laws.
The Colbert ReportS8 40 Days to Save America
Pastor Rick Scarborough's prayer projects seem to work on natural disasters, which is a perfect match for the Romney campaign.
The Colbert ReportS8 Sign Off - Turkish Delight
Tender rosewater candies entice Stephen.
The Colbert ReportS8 Yom Kippur & Aporkalypse
Yom Kippur comes to a close, and bacon lovers will die much later than they thought thanks to reduced salt and nitrates in their diets.
The Colbert ReportS8 Intro - 9/26/12
The presidential race hinges on prayer, Barack Obama makes America less safe, and author Jim Holt asks why the world exists.
The Colbert ReportS8 "Skewed" Presidential Polls
One conservative blogger reaches the scientific conclusion that President Obama's poll leads just don't look right.
The Colbert ReportS8 Sign Off - "America Again"
Stephen browses his book, "America Again: Re-Becoming the Greatness We Never Weren't."
The Colbert ReportS8 Mitt Romney's Sliding Poll Numbers
Mitt Romney shouldn't worry about the election because Obama could still make a gaffe, Mitt could win the debates or God could send a flood to destroy all mankind.
The Colbert ReportS8 Vince Gilligan Pt. 2
"Breaking Bad" mastermind Vince Gilligan spends all of his time making the wrong moral choices for Bryan Cranston's character.
The Colbert ReportS8 "America Again: Re-Becoming the Greatness We Never Weren't"
Stephen publicizes his latest book, which contains the red, white and blueprint to rebuild America's greatness.
The Colbert ReportS8 Vince Gilligan Pt. 1
"Breaking Bad" executive producer Vince Gilligan talks about meth street names and human nature.
The Colbert ReportS9 The Word - Supply Chained
Cheap prison labor leaves small manufacturers and unemployed Americans in the dust, but who else can make a toothbrush and a lunch tray into a crossbow?
The Colbert ReportS9 Ben Folds Five
Alternative rock trio Ben Folds Five says that their band name was supposed to be comical, but even their manager didn't think it wasn't funny.
The Colbert ReportS9 Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's UN Entourage
America will never cripple Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's regime now that Costco has given his associates unfettered access to Family Pack technology.
The Colbert ReportS9 Mitt Romney's Tax Plan Math
The math behind how Romney can give everyone a 20% tax cut without bankrupting the government is way too advanced for regular folks to grasp.
The Colbert ReportS9 "America Again" Release
"America Again" lays out bold action steps that average Americans can take to reclaim the country's greatness, starting with "buy this book."
The Colbert ReportS9 Pulpit Freedom Sunday - Jim Garlow
Dr. Jim Garlow prepares for the fifth Pulpit Freedom Sunday and hopes the IRS will finally take him to court over it.
The Colbert ReportS9 Debate Hype & Mitt's Strategy
Reporters exaggerate the importance of the first debate, and Mitt prepares one-liners for his silver-tongued opponent.
The Colbert ReportS9 Sign Off - "America Again" Release
Stephen always has his nose and 3D glasses in a book.
The Colbert ReportS9 Pulpit Freedom Sunday
Pulpit Freedom Sunday brings together the thrill of lengthy sermons and the excitement of IRS tax policy.
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