The Colbert Report
Sign Off - Jon Batiste and Stay Human
Season 10 • 07/29/2014
Jon Batiste and Stay Human take The Report to the streets.
Tip/Wag - "True Blood" & Washington, D.C., Court of AppealsThe Colbert ReportS10
HBO's "True Blood" bashes conservatives, and a typo jeopardizes Obamacare coverage for millions of Americans.
Darth Vader for PresidentThe Colbert ReportS10
Using a poll done by statistician Nate Silver, The Washington Post crunches the numbers to find that Darth Vader polls higher than all potential 2016 presidential candidates.
The Word - See No EqualThe Colbert ReportS10
A New York City apartment complex shields the haves from the have-nots with separate wealth-based entrances.
BeckThe Colbert ReportS10
Beck talks about his album "Morning Phase" and offers an impromptu description of his eclectic musical style.
"Kim Kardashian: Hollywood" GameThe Colbert ReportS10
Kim Kardashian's mobile game provides fans with virtual fame and friendship in exchange for actual money.
Magical Afternoon at Comic-ConThe Colbert ReportS10
Stephen hosts "The Hobbit" panel at San Diego Comic-Con, and Americone Dream gets a provocative endorsement from Daniel Radcliffe.
The Sarah Palin ChannelThe Colbert ReportS10
Sarah Palin announces the launch of her own online news channel as part of a continuing quest to remind America of her existence.
Jon Batiste and Stay HumanThe Colbert ReportS10
Jon Batiste talks about his album "Social Music" and provokes Stephen into demonstrating his improvisation skills.
Stephen Colbert's I Need a DrinkThe Colbert ReportS10
Stephen struggles to report the news after a week marked by horrible events around the globe.
Sign Off - Jon Batiste and Stay HumanThe Colbert ReportS10
Stephen signs off and enjoys the street party with Jon Batiste and Stay Human.
Orlando Bloom's Altercation with Justin BieberThe Colbert ReportS10
In a shocking international incident, Orlando Bloom takes a swing at Justin Bieber while at a restaurant in Spain.
Naked TVThe Colbert ReportS10
From Discovery Channel's "Naked and Afraid" to TLC's "Buying Naked," nudity has emerged as the hottest trend in reality TV.
Corporate InversionsThe Colbert ReportS10
A growing number of U.S. corporations effectively renounce their citizenship in order to escape America's tax rate.
James FrancoThe Colbert ReportS10
James Franco discusses the themes of his movie "Child of God" and chats about his preference for staying busy.
Corporate Inversions - Allan SloanThe Colbert ReportS10
"Positively Un-American Tax Dodges" author Allan Sloan makes the case for congressional action to stop corporate inversions.
Women on American CurrencyThe Colbert ReportS10
President Obama embraces a young girl's dangerous proposal to include the faces of women on U.S. currency.
Tip/Wag - Beelzebub & NASAThe Colbert ReportS10
A Polish priest claims to be receiving text messages from Satan, and NASA's space rover sets a record on Mars.
The Conflict Over Covering the Conflict in GazaThe Colbert ReportS10
Members of the media face accusations of bias from both sides of the Israel-Palestine debate, prompting a group to create a glossary of words for reporters to avoid.
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