The Colbert Report
Season 2 E 110 • 08/24/2006
President Bush can't get enough of fart jokes.
American Pop Culture: It's Crumbelievable! - Stephen Steps UpThe Colbert ReportS2
The division ends now -- America needs a cultural focal point, and Stephen volunteers himself.
Gideon YagoThe Colbert ReportS2
Gideon Yago thinks it's partially the viewer's fault that music videos are contributing to the fragmentation of American culture. Stephen thinks he's blaming America first.
American Pop Culture: It's Crumbelievable! - Pop Culture IconsThe Colbert ReportS2
"Crumbelievable" isn't just an ad campaign, it's a perfect metaphor for the state of American pop culture -- crumbled into little pieces.
American Pop Culture: It's Crumbelievable! - Cable TV vs. The American FamilyThe Colbert ReportS2
Because of the specialization of cable TV, everyone in the American family has their own channel to be watching -- even Lieutenant Barkers.
30 Days with The Colbert ReportThe Colbert ReportS2 E110
After 30 days in The Colbert Report audience, Carl discovers his true calling.
National Peach MonthThe Colbert ReportS2 E110
For Stephen, National Peach Month is just 30 days of simmering resentment.
The Word - Bad BoysThe Colbert ReportS2 E110
If your guy's talking about killing another woman's husband, he's just not that fanatical about you.
Janna LevinThe Colbert ReportS2 E110
Stephen stumps Janna Levin -- a theoretical physicist -- by asking her the hardest question in the world.
Green Screen Challenge - Socialized MedicineThe Colbert ReportS2 E110
In the latest Green Screen Challenge entry, Stephen fights a space monster that clearly represents socialized medicine.
Intro - 8/24/06The Colbert ReportS2 E110
A tell-all from Osama bin 'Laden's former mistress, more Green Screen Challenge and novelist Janna Levin in the studio tonight.
Fart JokesThe Colbert ReportS2 E110
Everybody laughs at fart jokes, brilliant people included.
The Word - ShallThe Colbert ReportS2 E111
Stephen explains that "will" is a week, Democratic term, while "shall" is a stronger, godlier and more Republican term.
Manilow's EmmyThe Colbert ReportS2 E111
Upon reflection over vacation, Stephen is glad he didn't win an Emmy award since his balloons would pop on its wings.
The Path to 9/11The Colbert ReportS2 E111
The fifth anniversary of 9/11 is a time for the nation to reflect, come together and watch TV.
Intro - 9/11/06The Colbert ReportS2 E111
In this episode, Stephen discusses George Allen's possible plagiarism of an amendment, the new ABC miniseries based on 9/11 and interviews comedian Martin Short.
Martin ShortThe Colbert ReportS2 E111
Stephen asks Martin Short what it's like to interview guests in character.
Sign Off - Lullaby ClapThe Colbert ReportS2 E111
As not to infringe on any copywritten lullabies, Stephen claps one instead of singing it.
Toby KeithThe Colbert ReportS2 E112
American hero Toby Keith talks about his new movie and smoking weed with Willie Nelson.
Green Screen Challenge - EntryThe Colbert ReportS2 E112
Stephen talks about a recent entry to the green screen challenge and explains how you can enter, too.
Sign Off - Special EpisodeThe Colbert ReportS2 E112
Tomorrow will be a special Colbert Report -- just like all of them.
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