The Colbert Report
The Word - Safety
Season 2 E 127 • 10/09/2006
The only way to keep guns out of the classroom is to put guns in the classroom.
The Colbert ReportS2 E126Intro - 10/5/06
Racial profiling continues in airports, a district is better known, and Amy Goodman decries corporate sponsorship of the media.
The Colbert ReportS2 E126Starbucks Price Hike
Starbucks' nickel-per-cup price hike doesn't seem like much, but spread over 161 shows it'll cost Stephen a whopping eight bucks.
The Colbert ReportS2 E126Amy Goodman
Stephen has heard that liberal radio and TV host Amy Goodman is a real firebrand, so he wants her to bring it.
The Colbert ReportS2 E126Better Know a District - Florida's 16th - Mark Foley
Stephen better knows Florida's 16th district: famous for hurricanes, jai alai, the Burt Reynolds museum and Representative Mark Foley.
The Colbert ReportS2 E126Maz Jobrani
After a security check, Stephen welcomes actor Maz Jobrani, who will no longer audition for the role of a terrorist.
The Colbert ReportS2 E126Behavioral Profiling
Security personnel have begun using behavioral profiling to identify suspicious individuals at airports. They won't say exactly what they're looking for, but Stephen will.
The Colbert ReportS2 E127Stephen Greets Kim Jong-il
Stephen greets Kim Jong-il in Korean, which he's been learning since around 1:36 a.m. Greenwich Mean Time.
The Colbert ReportS2 E127Intro - 10/9/06
Making schools safer, North Korea's nuclear bomb test, an interview with Randy Newman, and why Stephen is like Wonder Woman.
The Colbert ReportS2 E127Randy Newman
Randy Newman wonders whether he's at the McCarthy hearings -- and rolls over on George Clooney.
The Colbert ReportS2 E127Sport Report - Saginaw Spirit 3-0 with Steagle Colbeagle
Over the weekend, the Yankees were knocked out of the playoffs and T.O. returned to Philly, so let's start with Junior League Hockey.
The Colbert ReportS2 E127The Word - Safety
Stephen agrees with Wisconsin State Assemblyman Frank Lasse that the only way to keep guns out of the classroom is to put guns in the classroom.
The Colbert ReportS2 E128Ariel Levy
Ariel Levy thinks women who imitate porn stars are far from any sort of authentic sexual liberation. Stephen thinks she sounds like a Muslim fundamentalist.
The Colbert ReportS2 E128Jane Fonda and Gloria Steinem
The sparks fly when Stephen heads to the kitchen with Gloria Steinem and Jane Fonda in a "Kiss the Cook" apron, and the phrase "Ice cream three-way" is coined.
The Colbert ReportS2 E128A Salute to the American Lady
Stephen has been advised by counsel not to go into any of the details of the disturbing allegations against him -- which is a shame, because they're pretty arousing.
The Colbert ReportS2 E128Sign Off - Mrs. Colbert
In Stephen's book, every person in the country is Miss America. No, better -- Mrs. Colbert.
The Colbert ReportS2 E128Stephen R.A.P.S. - Gender Issues
Stephen heads out into the audience to take on a few tough questions about gender, which he doesn't see.
The Colbert ReportS2 E129Tek Jansen - Space Station Theta-Zeus-Aquarius
Tek Jansen is dispatched by Senator Depaaa to Space Station Theta-Zeus-Aquarius to rendezvous with the Hgbwian envoy, and now must park his space cruiser.
The Colbert ReportS2 E129Green Screen - George Lucas
Witness the groundbreaking meeting between Stephen and Jar Jar Binks!
The Colbert ReportS2 E129Green Screen Challenge - The Winner
Green Screen Challenge entries are graded according to 58 criteria including originality and poise. Can Bonnie R. post a perfect score to beat George L.'s near-perfect 39.9?
The Colbert ReportS2 E129Intro - 10/11/06
Google buys YouTube, a new Tek Jansen adventure is aired, and Stephen announces the winner of the Green Screen Challenge.
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