The Colbert Report
Season 9 • 05/15/2013
The UN bullies want to make people eat bugs to fight world hunger.
Dan BrownThe Colbert ReportS9
Dan Brown discusses Dante's "Inferno," explains why he puts everything in puzzle form and becomes the subject of an anagram.
Who's Not Honoring Me Now? - MaximThe Colbert ReportS9
Maxim's Hot 100 honors a Disney star, and Stephen wishes to be objectified like a piece of meat again.
Intro - 5/14/13The Colbert ReportS9
Congress compromises on immigration reform, Maxim never changes, and bestselling author Dan Brown sits down with Stephen.
Sign Off - Maxim's Hot 100The Colbert ReportS9
Stephen reviews Maxim's picks for 2013.
Obamacare Repeal VoteThe Colbert ReportS9
New representatives should get to do all the good votes they weren't there for, like repealing Obamacare, ending Prohibition and declaring war on Japan.
Heritage Foundation's Immigration StudyThe Colbert ReportS9
Jason Richwine's 2009 racist immigration paper had no influence on the Heritage Foundation's racist immigration paper co-written by Jason Richwine.
Cyndi LauperThe Colbert ReportS9
Megastar Cyndi Lauper shares the story of a shoe factory owner and drag queen from Broadway's hit musical "Kinky Boots."
Better Know a District - Wisconsin's 4th - Gwen Moore Pt. 1The Colbert ReportS9
Openly black Congresswoman Gwen Moore discusses big government, class warfare and Paul Ryan's budget.
Better Know a District - Wisconsin's 4th - Gwen Moore Pt. 2The Colbert ReportS9
Congresswoman Gwen Moore talks about growing up on welfare, getting to know Scott Walker and posing on an imaginary Harley.
Bug ProteinThe Colbert ReportS9
According to the United Nations, all New Yorkers with bed bugs are technically ranchers raising healthy sources of fat, protein and fiber.
Tip/Wag - Wind Turbines & ChinaThe Colbert ReportS9
The Obama administration fails to prosecute wind energy companies for killing eagles, and China launches a Middle East peace proposal.
AsparagusgateThe Colbert ReportS9
The House Judiciary Committee grills Attorney General Eric Holder, and Louie Gohmert accuses Holder of casting aspersions on his asparagus.
Intro - 5/16/13The Colbert ReportS9
Windmills have their shortcomings, printable weapons threaten gun control, and Dr. Daniel Lieberman discusses his research on long-distance running.
Daniel LiebermanThe Colbert ReportS9
Harvard University's Daniel Lieberman explains that human beings are among the best long-distance runners in the world because they're good at sweating.
3D Printed GunsThe Colbert ReportS9
Texas law student Cody Wilson is very clear about why he wants to make plastic firearms and high-capacity magazines available online.
Mazda Scandal Booth - The IRSThe Colbert ReportS9
The IRS targets tax-exempt organizations that don't have to reveal their donors, and acting commissioner Steve Miller loses his job.
Sign Off - Mazda Scandal BoothThe Colbert ReportS9
Obama's scandals encircle Stephen.
David SassoonThe Colbert ReportS9
Environmental journalist David Sassoon discusses dilbit spills, climate change and his online publication, InsideClimate News.
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