The Colbert Report
Season 9 • 03/25/2013
The Pulitzer Prize winner talks about Freedom University, a school for undocumented immigrants.
Thought for Food - Bloomberg & The Nacho Bliss PointThe Colbert ReportS9
Michael Bloomberg bans two-liter sodas from pizza deliveries, and the Nacho Industrial Complex discovers flavor combinations that create the greatest amount of crave.
Voting Rights ActThe Colbert ReportS9
Thanks to Alabama, the law that banned the silencing of African Americans is finally coming before the Supreme Court.
Brendan O'ConnellThe Colbert ReportS9
The contemporary artist explains why he paints Jif jars and classic American blondes shopping in Wal-Mart.
The BachelorThe Colbert ReportS9
What girl wouldn't want to be with an eligible hunk who has a successful career as a contestant from last season's "Bachelorette?"
Sign Off - Land of RomanceThe Colbert ReportS9
Stephen signs off with a glass of Chardonnay and a rose.
North Korea's Armistice Breach & "We Are the World" Propaganda VideoThe Colbert ReportS9
North Korea threatens to end its 60-year ceasefire with South Korea, and the world's most disturbing karaoke video foreshadows a nuclear attack on New York.
Sign Off - "The Bible"The Colbert ReportS9
Stephen reads through "A Story of God and All of Us: A Novel Based on the Epic TV Miniseries 'The Bible.'"
History Channel's "The Bible"The Colbert ReportS9
Former "Touched by an Angel" star Roma Downey plays the Virgin Mary in "The Bible" miniseries, which she produced with her husband Mark Burnett.
Colbert Super PAC - Ham Rove Memorial Conference RoomThe Colbert ReportS9
A nonprofit salutes Stephen's dearly digested friend, Ham Rove, and Stephen gives tips to avoid any confusion between Karl Rove and Ham Rove at Easter dinner.
Election of Pope FrancisThe Colbert ReportS9
There is no more thrilling TV than live footage of the Vatican chimney, and Argentina's Jorge Bergoglio becomes the first pope named after St. Francis of Assisi.
Junot DiazThe Colbert ReportS9
The MacArthur Fellow discusses path to citizenship, education for undocumented immigrants and the "Superman Question."
Eric TopolThe Colbert ReportS9
The cardiologist talks about his book, "The Creative Destruction of Medicine: How the Digital Revolution Will Create Better Health Care."
Stephen Colbert Is Watching Your Kids - Whale Bone PornThe Colbert ReportS9
Thanks to the Vancouver Maritime Museum, youngsters are going to head to the wharves for porn instead of the Internet.
The Word - NarcicitizenshipThe Colbert ReportS9
The Supreme Court considers same-sex marriage, but Georgia Senator Saxby Chambliss avoids the gay trap that snared Rob Portman and Dick Cheney.
GOP Growth & Opportunity ProjectThe Colbert ReportS9
RNC Chairman Reince Priebus reveals that Republicans need to do a better job of reaching out to black people, brown people, women people and young people.
Intro - 3/27/13The Colbert ReportS9
Facebook profiles contain secret data, people learn how to spot radical Muslims, and Carl Edgar Blake II wants to breed the perfect pig.
Facebook "Like" Button ScienceThe Colbert ReportS9
The University of Cambridge gives 60,000 Facebook users a series of psychological tests and finds that homosexual men tend to "like" musicals and Kathy Griffin.
Sharia MopsThe Colbert ReportS9
Despite Tennessee lawmakers' best efforts, Sharia law manages to work its way into the state building's men's room.
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