The Colbert Report
Season 7 • 06/02/2011
Salman Khan teaches people on the Internet by putting 10-minute lessons on YouTube.
Sarah Palin Visits the Times Square Applebee'sThe Colbert ReportS7
Sarah Palin joins Donald Trump at one of New York's historic monuments, the Times Square Applebee's.
Harmful Cell PhonesThe Colbert ReportS7
Stephen finds a way to talk to Nana on his cell phone without absorbing harmful cancer rays.
Who's Riding My Coattails Now? - Jimmy FallonThe Colbert ReportS7
Stephen writes Jimmy Fallon a thank you note for appropriating his face to win an Emmy.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr.The Colbert ReportS7
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. says mountaintop mining is not a good thing for American democracy.
Dancing on the CeilingThe Colbert ReportS7
Republicans show their Tea Party base that they're against raising the debt ceiling, while reassuring Wall Street that it's political theater.
Tip/Wag - Osama bin Laden & Hugh HefnerThe Colbert ReportS7
Documents reveal Osama bin Laden's immaculate financial records, and Hugh Hefner gets his pipe cleaned while he watches Stephen.
Intro - 6/2/11The Colbert ReportS7
Congress rejects raising the debt ceiling, and Salman Khan teaches over 53 million students.
Anthony Weiner Addresses Twitter ScandalThe Colbert ReportS7
Stephen admires the fiscal discipline it takes to resist launching a federal investigation of Anthony Weiner's groin.
Salman KhanThe Colbert ReportS7
Salman Khan hopes that anyone with an Internet connection will use his YouTube lessons to learn.
Stephen's Twitter ScandalThe Colbert ReportS7
In light of Congressman Anthony Weiner's admission, Stephen confesses the origins of a provocative photo.
Paul Revere's Famous RideThe Colbert ReportS7
Stephen proves that Paul Revere could have ridden a horse while ringing a bell and firing multiple warning shots from a front-loading musket.
Obama Administration Replaces Food PyramidThe Colbert ReportS7
The Obama administration plans to replace Stephen's favorite Egyptian mortuary-based nutritional diagram.
Werner HerzogThe Colbert ReportS7
Werner Herzog explains why he added radioactive albino crocodiles to his documentary about cave paintings.
Stephen's Midnight RideThe Colbert ReportS7
Stephen reenacts Paul Revere's midnight ride with a horse, bells and a musket.
Anthony Weiner's Emergency Press ConferenceThe Colbert ReportS7
Anthony Weiner's sadly delicious, sordid saga proves that Democrats don't share Republican values.
Scott Pelley's First CBS BroadcastThe Colbert ReportS7
Just two hours after Anthony Weiner's joint press conference, Scott Pelley starts his first broadcast with the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Sugar Ray LeonardThe Colbert ReportS7
Sugar Ray Leonard describes what he thinks of boxing today and thumb wrestles Stephen.
Apologies to ShimshamistanThe Colbert ReportS7
Stephen apologizes to the viewers in Shimshamistan for broadcasting an expose of atrocities.
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