The Colbert Report
Season 10 • 08/04/2014
Pat Buchanan argues that the Watergate scandal unfairly eclipses President Nixon's legacy.
Corporate Inversions - Allan SloanThe Colbert ReportS10
"Positively Un-American Tax Dodges" author Allan Sloan makes the case for congressional action to stop corporate inversions.
Women on American CurrencyThe Colbert ReportS10
President Obama embraces a young girl's dangerous proposal to include the faces of women on U.S. currency.
Tip/Wag - Beelzebub & NASAThe Colbert ReportS10
A Polish priest claims to be receiving text messages from Satan, and NASA's space rover sets a record on Mars.
The Conflict Over Covering the Conflict in GazaThe Colbert ReportS10
Members of the media face accusations of bias from both sides of the Israel-Palestine debate, prompting a group to create a glossary of words for reporters to avoid.
Campbell BrownThe Colbert ReportS10
Partnership for Educational Justice founder Campbell Brown argues for the need to do away with teacher tenure in New York's public schools.
Sign Off - Monitoring SystemThe Colbert ReportS10
Stephen tries to reason with his computerized monitoring system.
40th Anniversary of Nixon's ResignationThe Colbert ReportS10
Stephen commemorates the many achievements of his favorite non-Reagan president, Richard Nixon.
John W. DeanThe Colbert ReportS10
"The Nixon Defense" author John W. Dean discusses the extent of President Nixon's knowledge of the Watergate break-in and ensuing cover-up.
A Nation Betrayed - A Fond Look Back: '74The Colbert ReportS10
Stephen revisits the events surrounding the Watergate hearings and shares a seldom-heard clip from the infamous Nixon tapes.
Pat BuchananThe Colbert ReportS10
"The Greatest Comeback" author Pat Buchanan offers a firsthand account of President Nixon's handling of the Watergate scandal.
James CameronThe Colbert ReportS10
James Cameron chats about his film "Deepsea Challenge 3D," which documents his record-breaking journey to the deepest point in the ocean.
"Hard Choices" - Hillary ClintonThe Colbert ReportS10
After engaging Stephen in an epic name-dropping battle, "Hard Choices" author Hillary Clinton prompts him to make an important decision.
Open-Carry TrailblazersThe Colbert ReportS10
An Arizona doctor enters an airport with an assault rifle, and a children's book celebrates gun-toting parents.
Language Lessons From America's Senior CitizensThe Colbert ReportS10
Brazilian teens receive affectionate lessons in English from America's greatest generation.
Smile File - Kim Jong-un at the Lube FactoryThe Colbert ReportS10
North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un discovers the simple, life-affirming pleasure of industrial lube.
Rand Paul's Hasty ExitThe Colbert ReportS10
Senator Rand Paul finds a healthy alternative to answering questions about immigration reform.
Michael FassbenderThe Colbert ReportS10
Michael Fassbender discusses his role in "Frank," a film about an eccentric band leader who wears a papier-mache head.
News Anchor BabyThe Colbert ReportS10
A local news team discovers a five-year-old who possesses the qualities of America's most revered news anchors.
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