The Colbert Report
Season 6 • 10/12/2010
Brendan Steinhauser says the Tea Party movement is in the dead center of American politics.
The Colbert ReportS6 Robert Reich
Robert Reich believes America can't get out of the recession until the circle of prosperity is enlarged for the middle class.
The Colbert ReportS6 ThreatDown - Muslim Edition
Islamofascists tempt kids with Muslim holidays, Campbell's makes pro-Islam soups, and Kellogg's sells halal cereals.
The Colbert ReportS6 Formula 4 Your Eyes Only
Formula 4 Your Eyes Only Invisible Spy Ink comes in printer cartridges fully loaded with boner toner.
The Colbert ReportS6 Sign Off - Stephen Needs a Place to Hold His March
Stephen doesn't know where to hold his rally, so if anybody in D.C. has a place for a couple hundred thousand people to crash, that'd be cool
The Colbert ReportS6 Rich Iott Wears a Nazi Uniform
Up until Rich Iott wears a Nazi uniform, Tea Party candidates can do anything without rebuke from Republican leaders.
The Colbert ReportS6 Tip/Wag - Peabody Public Schools, Andy Rooney & Ground Zero Mosque Design
A school district sells ad space on permission slips, Andy Rooney plans to lose 20 pounds, and Philip Kennicott reviews the Ground Zero mosque design.
The Colbert ReportS6 101-Year-Old Woman Becomes a U.S. Citizen
Eulalia Garcia Maturey proves that, if you follow the rules, there is a legal path to citizenship, and it takes less than 102 years.
The Colbert ReportS6 Merch to Keep Fear Alive
Stephen announces official March to Keep Fear merchandise and forgets to apply for a permit.
The Colbert ReportS6 Intro - 10/12/10
Schools find a new way to raise money with marketable organs, and M. Night Shyamalan isn't really here.
The Colbert ReportS6 Sign Off - Apple Filled With Razor Blades
Stephen thinks about biting into an apple filled with razor blades.
The Colbert ReportS6 Brendan Steinhauser
Brendan Steinhauser believes that the Tea Party movement is winning because it's staying on the message of reducing national debt.
The Colbert ReportS6 Tax Shelter Skelter
The upcoming expiration of the Bush tax cuts force the super rich to go to boot camp to bond with their like-minded friends.
The Colbert ReportS6 Intro - 10/13/10
It's not fair to tax rich people until you've driven a mile in their limousine, and Austan Goolsbee gives Obama economic advice.
The Colbert ReportS6 Austan Goolsbee
Austan Goolsbee says that extending the Bush tax cuts for the wealthy won't pull the American economy out of recession.
The Colbert ReportS6 Sport Report - Steroids, Commonwealth Games & Brett Favre's Sexting
Brent Musburger endorses steroid use, athletes overcome the Commonwealth Games, and Brett Favre allegedly texted naked photos of himself.
The Colbert ReportS6 Sign Off - Tic-Tac-Toe With Austan Goolsbee
Stephen loses a game of Tic-Tac-Toe to Austan Goolsbee.
The Colbert ReportS6 America Helps Rescue Chilean Miners
Stephen doesn't want to miss out on the trapped Chilean miner craze, so he rescues his intern from a locker
The Colbert ReportS6 Bill Bryson
Bill Bryson tells the history of the world by questioning the common things we take for granted, in his book, "At Home."
The Colbert ReportS6 Exclusive - People Who Are Destroying America - Landscaping Goats Pt. 2
Rent-a-Ruminant owner Tammy Dunakin introduces Scout, Bert, Ernie and the rest of her employees.
The Colbert ReportS6 Sign Off - Oprah Is Wonderful
Stephen just wants to tell Oprah that he was kidding and she's wonderful.
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