The Colbert Report
Intro - 12/15/10
Season 6 • 12/15/2010
There aren't enough lethal injection drugs to kill death row inmates. Can't we just feed them Arby's?
Goldman Sachs Lawyers Want Buckley T. Ratchford's Card BackThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen will send Buckley T. Ratchford his Goldman Sachs credit card back because he doesn't really need it anymore.
Prop 8 Challenge - David BoiesThe Colbert ReportS6
David Boies supports the Prop 8 challenge because marriage is one of the most important rights in America.
Stephen SondheimThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen asks Stephen Sondheim if there really is a place for an illegal immigrant like Maria and finishes "Send in the Clowns" with his own lyrics.
Sign Off - Closing CreditsThe Colbert ReportS6
Stay tuned for the long-running Colbert Report spin-off: Closing Credits.
Stephen Wins Twitter - Biz StoneThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen refuses to exploit his 1.9 million Twitter followers to plug Water.org for Matt Damon and receives the first-ever Golden Tweet Award from Biz Stone.
Tiny Triumphs - Lethal Drug ShortageThe Colbert ReportS6
Arizona lends California a rare lethal drug so it can carry out the state's first execution in five years.
Sign Off - Winter Fashion TipThe Colbert ReportS6
A scarf is a great way to add a little color to your ensemble.
World War 3.0 - Omar WasowThe Colbert ReportS6
While Stephen waits for his Prodigy account to open, Omar Wasow discusses what is at stake in the cyberwar.
Laird HamiltonThe Colbert ReportS6
Laird Hamilton discusses the most dangerous thing in the ocean and the plus side of global warming.
Scanner-Defying PancakesThe Colbert ReportS6
Pancakes will allow law-abiding citizens to hide their private parts from the hungry eyes of those TSA perverts.
Intro - 12/15/10The Colbert ReportS6
There aren't enough drugs to kill death row inmates, and Laird Hamilton shoots the curl of Stephen's rage.
Paul SimonThe Colbert ReportS6
Paul Simon talks about how he sampled a sermon from 1941 for his first Christmas song.
Amy SedarisThe Colbert ReportS6
Amy Sedaris shows how to save money by freezing cookie crumbs for the office holiday party.
Jesus Is a Liberal DemocratThe Colbert ReportS6
Jesus was always flapping his gums about the poor, but not once did he call for tax cuts for the wealthiest two percent of Romans.
Christmas Holy WeekThe Colbert ReportS6
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid threatens to make lawmakers work on the holy week after Christmas.
Ed RendellThe Colbert ReportS7
Ed Rendell explains that America is wussing out by not doing anything about China and canceling football games because of weather.
Snowpocalypse 2010The Colbert ReportS7
Because of a dusting of 30 inches of snow, the NFL postpones a Vikings-Eagles game from Sunday to Tuesday.
Sign Off - Home Improvement TipThe Colbert ReportS7
Fix a leaky roof by hammering the electrical box, moving into a neighbor's house and causing the end of their marriage.
Intro - 1/3/11The Colbert ReportS7
Stephen looks into charities' possible misuse of funds, uncovers a menace in Florida and asks Ed Rendell how it feels to be the only Democrat leaving office by choice.
Tip/Wag - Susan G. Komen Foundation & Spider-Man MusicalThe Colbert ReportS7
The Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation spends donor funds to sue other charities, and Spider-Man saves Broadway with violent disfigurement.
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