The Colbert Report
Sign Off - Pause Your TVs
Season 2 • 02/23/2006
Saying goodbye is so hard, so let's not.
Michael Eric DysonThe Colbert ReportS2
Dr. Michael Eric Dyson discusses the nation's racial divide in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
Intro - 2/22/06The Colbert ReportS2
From the United Arab Emirates wanting to control a U.S. port to the Katrina debacle, Stephen introduces the major topics of this episode.
Speed Skating DebacleThe Colbert ReportS2
Without the rights to the footage, Stephen acts out the press conference between two American speed skaters.
The Word - Absolutely MaybeThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen questions if the U.A.E., which has supported both terrorists and the war on terror, should be in charge of U.S. ports.
Intro - 2/23/06The Colbert ReportS2
The White House releases its own report on Hurricane Katrina, while California can't find doctors to assist with lethal injections.
The Word - HippocraticalThe Colbert ReportS2
When your country calls on you to do your duty, don't hide behind your professional ethics.
David BrooksThe Colbert ReportS2
The New York Times columnist David Brooks talks about being the conservative that liberals can like.
ThreatDown - BearsThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen has said it before: bears are after our kids.
Pharmaceuticals: Prescription for ProgressThe Colbert ReportS2
Despite all they do to keep you healthy, some people still don't appreciate pharmaceutical companies.
Presidential VisionsThe Colbert ReportS2
The Bush administration admits that the response to Hurricane Katrina fell short of the coordinated effort envisioned by President Bush.
Sign Off - Pause Your TVsThe Colbert ReportS2
Instead of saying goodbye, Stephen wants you to pause your TV and leave him on your screen all weekend.
Intro - 2/27/06The Colbert ReportS2
Stephen addresses the so-called separation of church and state, and the biblical signs that the apocalypse is upon us.
Who Hates Whom in the Name of GodThe Colbert ReportS2
While people of all faiths believe that God is love, many religions have gotten some real mileage out of hate.
Tony CampoloThe Colbert ReportS2
Reverend Tony Campolo believes putting religion and politics together is like mixing ice cream with horse manure.
The De-Deification of the American FaithscapeThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen goes after the eight percent of Americans who don't believe in God.
Pick Your ApocalypseThe Colbert ReportS2
American consumers want choice, and nowhere is choice more important than how you and all of existence will be annihilated.
The Word - Trial SeparationThe Colbert ReportS2
America, God's not going to wait forever. He's got a lot of other attractive governments out there.
Confess Your Sins to StephenThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen knows he's not a religious leader, but he does have a TV show.
Brett O'DonnellThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen asks what Brett O'Donnell thinks of the debate between Job and God.
Who's Attacking Me Now? - Anderson CooperThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen thinks Anderson Cooper is attacking him, but he can't be sure, because he's not pointing and shouting in his direction.
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