The Colbert Report
Season 8 • 06/27/2012
Melinda Gates shares her foundation's initiative to extend family planning in developing countries.
Richard FordThe Colbert ReportS8
Award-winning American novelist Richard Ford shares his inspiration for "Canada," aversion to criticism, and logic behind storing manuscripts in the freezer.
Dish Network's AutoHop ServiceThe Colbert ReportS8
Dish Network could force hardworking TV folk to do more integrated product placement just to put food on the table -- and not just any food.
Intro - 6/26/12The Colbert ReportS8
A Pixar movie sparks controversy, advertising forges new frontiers, and writer Richard Ford discusses his book "Canada."
Supreme Court Ruling on Arizona Immigration PolicyThe Colbert ReportS8
America must return to the founders' dream of every state deciding who it could turn away at its border.
Tip/Wag - Pixar's Gay Agenda, America's Obesity & Adidas Shackle SneakersThe Colbert ReportS8
Any 15-year-old girl who resists an arranged marriage must be gay, America has 41 pounds on skinny countries, and civil rights leaders knock athletic shackles.
Blood in the Water - Mike Turzai's Voter ID RemarksThe Colbert ReportS8
Republican state legislatures fight nonexistent fraud with voter ID laws, but the lamestream media calls it a scheme to disenfranchise low-income and elderly voters.
National Geographic Poll on Alien Invasion ManagementThe Colbert ReportS8
The Obama campaign invites wedding registry donations, and America finds out what its presidential candidates would never have to do in situations that will never occur.
Mitt Romney's Victory Retreat & Democrats' Convention DeficitThe Colbert ReportS8
While things are sunny with a chance of cash for the GOP, Democrats' financial forecast is partly cloudy with a chance of fighting a seagull for half a hotdog bun.
Sign Off - Oreo Cookie PlateThe Colbert ReportS8
Stephen rethinks licking an Oreo cookie.
Rainbow-Stuffed Gay Pride OreoThe Colbert ReportS8
No matter how innocent America's foodstuff may seem, every morsel should be fraught with divisive partisan meaning.
Melinda GatesThe Colbert ReportS8
Philanthropist Melinda Gates discusses foreign aid, her philosophy on contraception, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation's global family planning summit.
Obamacare & The Broccoli Argument - Emily BazelonThe Colbert ReportS8
By the time Mitt Romney becomes president and gets Congress to repeal Obamacare, it might be 2014 and people might like it.
John Roberts' Obamacare Swing VoteThe Colbert ReportS8
John Roberts' health care vote is the worst betrayal since Benedict Arnold teamed up with Judas to stab Caesar right in the croutons.
Obamacare & The Broccoli ArgumentThe Colbert ReportS8
There is nothing stopping Barack Obama from making Americans gay-marry an illegal immigrant wearing a condom, in a hydroponic pot farm powered by solar energy.
Colbert Super PAC - Super Fun Pack Treasure FinderThe Colbert ReportS8
Stephen honors Colbert Super PAC Super Fun Pack's treasure finder, Dan Stough, with an antique silver turtle bell.
Cable News Gaffe on Obamacare Supreme Court RulingThe Colbert ReportS8
The Supreme Court rules Obamacare constitutional, despite CNN and Fox's opposite breaking news.
Aaron SorkinThe Colbert ReportS8
Academy Award-winning screenwriter Aaron Sorkin talks about the golden age of news, "The West Wing" and what makes America the greatest country.
Mitt Romney's Retroactive Retirement from Bain CapitalThe Colbert ReportS8
If Barack Obama wins the presidential race, Mitt Romney can just say he retroactively retired from it in 2009.
Intro - 7/16/12The Colbert ReportS8
Mitt Romney faces questions about his resume, people get their coffee in new ways, and Anne-Marie Slaughter explains why women can't have it all.
TomKat's Divorce & Anderson Cooper's Sexual OrientationThe Colbert ReportS8
The thetan inhabiting Katie Holmes isn't getting any younger, and torso-American Anderson Cooper could have had perfect caramel-mocha babies.
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