The Colbert Report
Season 6 • 06/14/2010
Stephen Prothero says it doesn't help to pretend all the major religions are the same.
Sign Off - Chocolate SyrupThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen signs off with a bottle of chocolate syrup.
Sport Report - Soccer Debate - Marc Fisher & Mark StarrThe Colbert ReportS6
Michael Jordan tries to bring back the Hitler mustache, while Marc Fisher and Mark Starr debate the merits of soccer.
Simulated Mars MissionThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen competes with Russia by placing his intern, Jay, in a state-of-the-art gym locker for 519 days.
BP Stock SinksThe Colbert ReportS6
BP may be a soulless corporate giant that could kill all life on the East Coast, but why is its stock going down?
Alan BeanThe Colbert ReportS6
Alan Bean paints scenes from his time in space to leave behind stories that regular people don't know about.
Smokin' Pole - The Quest For Arctic Riches: Canada & ChinaThe Colbert ReportS6
Canada will soon become the foremost authority on caribou dung, and China purchases the world's largest icebreaker.
America's Strained Relationship With EnglandThe Colbert ReportS6
Until America re-establishes its relationship with Great Britain, English muffins will be called freedom muffins, and Brit Hume is Free Hume.
Sign Off - The New Oxford American DictionaryThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen says goodnight and reads from The New Oxford American Dictionary.
Who's Not Honoring Me Now? - Tonys & MTV Movie AwardsThe Colbert ReportS6
"Fela!" wins at the Tonys, Rain accepts MTV's badass award, and "truthiness" gets added to the dictionary.
Intro - 6/14/10The Colbert ReportS6
There's a new quest for Arctic riches, Stephen recaps the Tony Awards, and Stephen Prothero goes to Hell in seven religions.
Stephen ProtheroThe Colbert ReportS6
According to Stephen Prothero, pretending all religions are the same doesn't serve to understand the world.
Carl SafinaThe Colbert ReportS6
Carl Safina attributes the BP oil spill to the government protecting corporate greed instead of public interest.
Testoster-Ruin - Hanna RosinThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen demands that lesbians stop creating good examples for our kids, microwaves his boxers and asks Hanna Rosin if men are still needed.
Sign Off - Hot BoxersThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen takes his hot boxers out of the microwave.
Intro - 6/15/10The Colbert ReportS6
Men may be an endangered species, there's a threat to the Gulf Coast, and Carl Safina needs to change the color of his Blue Ocean Institute.
Tip/Wag - Marshall Islands & Disney World FateThe Colbert ReportS6
BP operates its oil rig under the Marshall Islands flag, and a couple believes fate brought them together.
Intro - 6/16/10The Colbert ReportS6
Stephen hopes the surprising find in Afghanistan is Carmen Sandiego, and Devo performs from an album based on market research.
The Word - $tay the Cour$eThe Colbert ReportS6
Afghanistan is like a slot machine that America has been warming up for nine years, and it's about to pay off.
Obama's BP Oil Spill SpeechThe Colbert ReportS6
Obama unites the country with his speech addressing the BP oil spill, and Stephen finds an alternative energy source in Devo's belongings.
DevoThe Colbert ReportS6
Mark Mothersbaugh and Gerald Casale employed focus groups to help them choose songs, blue hats and suits inspired by Kim Jong-il.
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