The Colbert Report
Intro - 12/6/05
Season 1 • 12/06/2005
Tonight, Representative Jim Moran and Anderson Cooper will talk to Stephen.
Colbert Nation Citizen AwardThe Colbert ReportS1
Lock your doors and windows, America. There's an escaped criminal on the loose.
Maureen DowdThe Colbert ReportS1
Maureen Dowd proves that when you send a woman to do a man's job, they wind up abolishing men.
ApologyThe Colbert ReportS1
Bobby breaks away from the pack in the horserace of shame.
The Word - XMasThe Colbert ReportS1
Wishing a non-believer "Merry Christmas" is no different than inviting a foreign exchange student to a Fourth of July barbeque
Intro - 12/5/05The Colbert ReportS1
Tonight, Stephen covers the Kennedy Center awards and asks Maureen Dowd if he's necessary.
Anderson CooperThe Colbert ReportS1
Stephen is getting tired of all the comparisons between himself and Anderson Cooper.
The Word - BacksiesThe Colbert ReportS1
The free ride is over now that corporations are adopting the beloved childhood ritual of backsies.
Season of GivingThe Colbert ReportS1
Stephen frowns on nameless acts of charity because they're the coward's way out.
Better Know a District - Virginia's 8th - Jim MoranThe Colbert ReportS1
There is nothing Stephen can do to get Jim Moran to take a swing at him.
Fract - The Star Spangled BannerThe Colbert ReportS1
It's a common misconception that Francis Scott Key wrote "The Star Spangled Banner."
Intro - 12/6/05The Colbert ReportS1
Stephen Colbert introduces tonight's topics, including Americans dying poor and ABC's new anchors. Plus, Representative Jim Moran and Anderson Cooper stop by.
Intro - 12/7/05The Colbert ReportS1
Tonight, Stephen sits down with Congressional Quarterly columnist Craig Crawford and previews the war on Christmas.
The Word - Hell, No!The Colbert ReportS1
Americans aren't willing to just give Hugo Chavez their hearts and minds, but they'll trade them for oil.
Burritos Happy HolidaysThe Colbert ReportS1
Stephen finds a blatant example of anti-Christmas secularism run amok.
ThreatDown - ThreatsThe Colbert ReportS1
Another terrorist attack is "inevitable" now that the 9/11 Commission has told the terrorists it is.
Craig CrawfordThe Colbert ReportS1
Stephen and Craig Crawford go way back to their youthful days at the alternative congressional paper, the Congressional Fortnightly.
The MallomarThe Colbert ReportS1
Stephen responds to an uplifting story in The New York Times about the Mallomar cookie.
Papa Bear Nailed HimThe Colbert ReportS1
After witnessing Bill "Papa Bear" O'Reilly nail journalist Joel Stein, Stephen makes an addition to the Nailed Hall of Fame.
Intro - 12/8/07The Colbert ReportS1
Papa Bear nails someone, Christmas movies that Jesus would pan and a visit from Peggy Noonan on this episode of The Colbert Report.
Nationwide Secret SantaThe Colbert ReportS1
An article about a town-wide Secret Santa program inspires Stephen to up the ante by starting one nationwide.
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