The Colbert Report
Intro - 1/11/12
Season 8 • 01/11/2012
Mitt Romney wins the New Hampshire primary, and Stephen plans to stump George Stephanopoulos.
The Colbert ReportS8 Malice in Blunderland
Conservative pundits criticize the Obama White House for throwing an extravagant Halloween party for the children of U.S. troops.
The Colbert ReportS8 Tip/Wag - Irresponsible Dead People & Insensitive Papa John's
Dead people disrespect the sanctity of life by choosing to be dead, and a Papa John's cashier identifies a customer with a racial slur.
The Colbert ReportS8 Bill Moyers
Bill Moyers believes that capitalism is out of control and there can be no people's democracy as long as corporations are considered people.
The Colbert ReportS8 New Hampshire Primary & Mitt Romney's Gaffe
Mitt Romney and Jon Huntsman tie in Dixville Notch, and Romney declares that he likes being able to fire people.
The Colbert ReportS8 George Stephanopoulos
George Stephanopoulos considers the likelihood of Mitt Romney winning the GOP nomination and of Hillary Clinton becoming Barack Obama's vice presidential running mate.
The Colbert ReportS8 Sign Off - Decision of a Lifetime
Stephen reminds viewers to tune in to find out whether he will run for president in South Carolina.
The Colbert ReportS8 Commitment to Mitt Romney
After winning a non-binding caucus by eight votes and a plurality of the vote in one of the smallest primaries in the nation, Mitt Romney is a juggishnaut.
The Colbert ReportS8 South Carolina's Fresh Face
According to a South Carolina poll, the Colbert Bump reflected off of Jon Huntsman and bounced back to Stephen.
The Colbert ReportS8 Stephen Colbert's End of the World of the Week - Phobos-Grunt
A Molotov cocktail of doom known as Phobos-Grunt hurtles toward the Earth's surface, threatening New York, London and Tokyo.
The Colbert ReportS8 Intro - 1/11/12
Mitt Romney takes New Hampshire, threats from space abound, and George Stephanopoulos reviews the week.
The Colbert ReportS8 Mike Allen
Politico's Mike Allen analyzes Stephen's prospects in South Carolina, should he choose to make an even more historic announcement.
The Colbert ReportS8 Sign Off - iPad eBook
Stephen reads Mike Allen's eBook "Playbook 2012: The Right Fights Back."
The Colbert ReportS8 Colbert Super PAC - Coordination Problem
Clearly, South Caroliniacs see Stephen as the only viable Mitt-ternative, but if Stephen runs for president of South Carolina, what becomes of Colbert Super PAC?
The Colbert ReportS8 Colbert Super PAC - Coordination Resolution with Jon Stewart
Trevor Potter and Jon Stewart give new life to the Colbert Super PAC, and Stephen makes a major announcement.
The Colbert ReportS8 Mike D's Hip Hop Semantics
Beastie Boys' Mike D drops some hip hop science on the New York Times illin' crossword debate.
The Colbert ReportS8 Colbert Super PAC Ad - Attack in B Minor for Strings
If corporations are people, then Mitt Romney is Mitt the Ripper.
The Colbert ReportS8 The Word - Raise Cain
South Carolina's locked ballot means that Stephen can't get on and Herman Cain can't get off, but Colbert supporters can still send a message.
The Colbert ReportS8 Sign Off - "This Is Herman Cain!"
Stephen says goodnight from behind Herman Cain's autobiography.
The Colbert ReportS8 Intro - 1/16/12
Jon Stewart's super PAC releases its first ad, Stephen reveals his plans for the South Carolina primary, and Scott Douglas fights to overturn Alabama's anti-immigrant law.
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