The Colbert Report
Season 4 E 2 • 01/08/2008
How much longer till a self-writing television show?
2008 ElectionThe Colbert ReportS4 E1
Stephen wraps up the Iowa Caucus and reveals that he's the one who can stop Barack Obama.
The Word - (...)The Colbert ReportS4 E1
Stephen looks back on his strong anti-union history.
First Wrap-UpThe Colbert ReportS4 E1
Stephen wraps up his first show back with a message for the writers.
Intro - 1/7/08The Colbert ReportS4 E1
Stephen gives as much information as he can about tonight's show.
Gary RosenThe Colbert ReportS4 E2
Stephen suggests that Gary Rosen surf the web for cheap uranium.
Note to StrikersThe Colbert ReportS4 E2
Stephen gives some helpful advice to the people striking outside his studio.
Chris BeamThe Colbert ReportS4 E2
Stephen finds out if Chris Beam from Slate magazine made Hillary cry.
Meteorite MarketThe Colbert ReportS4 E2
Stephen takes a look at the celestial financial market.
Bush Absolutely OptimisticThe Colbert ReportS4 E2
Stephen dusts off a script written before the strike.
Self-Driving CarThe Colbert ReportS4 E2
Now that GM introduced the self-driving car, Stephen wonders about a self-writing television show.
Mike HuckabeeThe Colbert ReportS4 E3
Stephen talks about religion, immigration and guns with his running mate Mike Huckabee.
Studio on FireThe Colbert ReportS4 E3
Nobody leaves until Stephen finds out who set this fire.
New Hampshire Wrap-UpThe Colbert ReportS4 E3
Stephen reviews the ups and downs of the New Hampshire primary.
Matt TaibbiThe Colbert ReportS4 E3
After Hillary's success in New Hampshire, Matt Taibbi feels like he's been diagnosed with cancer.
She Won!The Colbert ReportS4 E3
Stephen talks about the excitement that's sweeping the nation.
National Treasure Pt. 1The Colbert ReportS4 E4
Stephen goes to Washington D.C. to contribute his portrait to the Smithsonian Institution.
Muhammad YunusThe Colbert ReportS4 E4
Stephen can't understand why Muhammad Yunus would lend money to poor women.
Norman OrnsteinThe Colbert ReportS4 E4
Norman Ornstein and Stephen talk about how the Bush administration slimmed down the Constitution.
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