The Colbert Report
Season 6 • 11/16/2010
John Legend believes protest songs from the 60s and 70s are still relevant today.
The Colbert ReportS6 Intro - 11/11/10
Wall Street prepares to trickle down on poor people, Nintendo goes to court, and Quincy Jones wants a Latin Grammy.
The Colbert ReportS6 Stephen Absorbs Gene Shalit's Opinions
Stephen restores Lou Dobbs' opinions before absorbing the power of Gene Shalit's puns.
The Colbert ReportS6 Finding Mr. Goodwrench
Stephen admits to murdering Mr. Goodwrench and putting the body in a place where no one would ever look.
The Colbert ReportS6 David Stern
NBA Commissioner David Stern discusses basketball's popularity around the world and the benefits of short shorts.
The Colbert ReportS6 Garfield and President Obama's Veterans Day Controversies
President Obama celebrates Veterans Day by giving a do-nothing speech to a base full of active duty American troops in South Korea.
The Colbert ReportS6 Sign Off - Garfield Loves Veterans
Garfield loves veterans even more than he loves lasagna.
The Colbert ReportS6 TSA Full-Body Scanners - Jeffrey Goldberg
Jeffrey Goldberg opposes useless airport security that needlessly humiliates American citizens.
The Colbert ReportS6 Prince William Proposes to Kate Middleton
Stephen informs the royal family that he has taken out a special post office box exclusively to receive Prince William's wedding invitation.
The Colbert ReportS6 Intro - 11/16/10
Stephen looks at the new trend in alcoholic energy drinks, Sarah Palin has a new reality show, and John Legend performs "Shine."
The Colbert ReportS6 Thought for Food - C-Zurrrre, Medal of Hunger Winner & Cheesercize
Several states consider banning alcoholic energy drinks, a hungry man eats his sandwich after getting shot, and the USDA wants to increase cheese consumption.
The Colbert ReportS6 John Legend
John Legend encourages people to stay involved and aware of what's going on in the world with his tribute to protest songs from the 60s and 70s.
The Colbert ReportS6 Ian Frazier
Ian Frazier describes being on a train for 52 hours and never leaving the Russian forest.
The Colbert ReportS6 Chair Apparent
Joe Barton is an expert on the wind industry, and John Shimkus knows that God will not destroy the Earth.
The Colbert ReportS6 Old People in Space
Sending senior citizens on an all-expense paid, one-way ticket to oblivion will reduce the deficit without raising taxes.
The Colbert ReportS6 Synchronize Watches to Colbert Time
It is once again time to synchronize your watches to Colbert time.
The Colbert ReportS6 Charlie Rangel, You Got Mailed
Charlie Rangel faces a formal congressional letter of reprimand after being convicted of ethics violations.
The Colbert ReportS6 Intro - 11/17/10
Stephen wonders if Americans can put the national debt in vertical stripes and asks Ian Frazier how much a Toblerone costs in the gulag minibar.
The Colbert ReportS6 Stephen Pardons Joseph Gobbles
By the power vested in him by basic cable, Stephen grants Joseph Gobbles a complete pardon for all crimes -- past, present and future.
The Colbert ReportS6 Joseph Gobbles Shoots Jay the Intern
Stephen makes a police sketch of Joseph Gobbles the turkey after he shoots Jay the Intern in a botched drug deal.
The Colbert ReportS6 Salvatore Giunta
Salvatore Giunta gives credit to all the unsung heroes who didn't receive a Medal of Honor for bravery in Afghanistan.
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