The Colbert Report
Season 9 • 04/29/2013
The Godfather of Punk talks about Egyptian pharaohs and his musical mentor, Link Wray.
AP Twitter HackThe Colbert ReportS9
A group called the Syrian Electronic Army sends a fake tweet about explosions at the White House, triggering a mini flash crash.
Better Know a District - Pennsylvania's 17th - Matt CartwrightThe Colbert ReportS9
Representative Matt Cartwright does not think that Crayola should rename its white crayon "Republican" but does think that everyone should have the right to marry.
Miranda Rights for Boston BomberThe Colbert ReportS9
The Boston police catch Dzhokar Tsarnaev in a landlocked boat, and Fox & Friends pundits emphasize that he was "singing like a canary" until the judge arrived.
Gene RobinsonThe Colbert ReportS9
Bishop Gene Robinson discusses how the church got it wrong about gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people.
cOlbert's Book ClubThe Colbert ReportS9
"The Great Gatsby" is already considered an American classic, but nothing is an American classic until Stephen says it is.
Yelp Prison ReviewsThe Colbert ReportS9
One inmate praises the Arlington County Detention Facility while another gives a scathing review of the Queens Central Booking Unit.
The Word - We Shall UndermineThe Colbert ReportS9
If conservatives like Pat Buchanan are going to refuse to accept gay marriage, they must protest as if they were a marginalized and condemned minority.
Stephen's Worst Sports NightmareThe Colbert ReportS9
NBA center Jason Collins comes out as black and gay, but it's even more shocking that he came out as a player for the Washington Wizards.
The Final Days of Straight AmericaThe Colbert ReportS9
As the gay rights bandwagon sweeps the globe, some conservative Christians are speaking out against "homo-fascists."
Intro - 4/29/13The Colbert ReportS9
A new minority emerges, the prison system looks more fun on TV, and punk pioneer Iggy Pop performs with The Stooges.
Iggy PopThe Colbert ReportS9
An almost-shirtless Iggy Pop recalls driving into a Christmas tree orchard after falling asleep at the wheel.
Evan Spiegel & Bobby MurphyThe Colbert ReportS9
The founders of Snapchat discuss how their smart phone app promotes more natural and expressive human communication when two people are apart.
The Word - Medical LeaveThe Colbert ReportS9
Medical repatriation -- the unregulated ability to ship patients back to their hometown -- provides the perfect answer to America's immigration and budget crisis.
Intro - 4/30/13The Colbert ReportS9
America finds a solution for immigration issues, beer makes big strides, and Snapchat makers Evan Spiegel and Bobby Murphy share their photo messaging app.
Forced Tank SpendingThe Colbert ReportS9
Congress allocates millions of tax dollars to upgrade the Abrams tank, but General Raymond Odierno says the Army doesn't need or want it.
Thought for Food - Spreadable Sharia & Buddy CupThe Colbert ReportS9
A delicious Middle Eastern appetizer creeps onto American plates, and Budweiser develops a beer cup that integrates Facebook.
Sign Off - "The Heist"The Colbert ReportS9
Stephen reads about Macklemore and Ryan Lewis's debut album.
The Word - N.R.A.-vanaThe Colbert ReportS9
As grieving families start to win the emotional argument on gun control, Senator Rand Paul reminds America that gun owners have been the real victims.
Macklemore & Ryan LewisThe Colbert ReportS9
The independent artists give advice to major music labels and talk about hip-hop's homophobic and misogynistic past.
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