The Colbert Report
Season 3 • 10/15/2007
Dennis Kucinich takes everything out of his pockets.
The Colbert ReportS3 Dead to Me - Pocketmaster
Dennis Kucinich accepts Stephen's challenge to empty his pockets on The Colbert Report.
The Colbert ReportS3 Chris Jordan
Artist Chris Jordan takes pictures of people's garbage to show all the things people consume and discard.
The Colbert ReportS3 Colbert Platinum - Kidz Edition
Just because kids are too young to drink, it doesn't mean they don't need a wine cellar.
The Colbert ReportS3 Intro - 10/11/07
In this episode, Stephen tries to find an alternative to a war against Iran, does a special segment for wealthy children, and interviews artist Chris Jordan.
The Colbert ReportS3 Frank Gaffney
Frank Gaffney, President of the Center for Security Policy, suggests divesting money from businesses that deal with terror-sponsoring regimes.
The Colbert ReportS3 Black-Haired Guy Who Isn't Steve Doocy
Stephen finds out that the brown-haired guy who isn't Steve Doocy is actually the black-haired guy who isn't Steve Doocy.
The Colbert ReportS3 The Word - Enviro-Medal Disaster
At Al Gore's current rate of accolade consumption, there will be nothing left for our children to win.
The Colbert ReportS3 Paul Glastris
Washington Monthly writer Paul Glastris ranks colleges based on what they do for the country.
The Colbert ReportS3 Who's Honoring Me Now? - Marie Claire
Stephen is right behind sweater weather on a Marie Claire magazine list of things to get excited about.
The Colbert ReportS3 Intro - 10/15/07
Stephen laments losing the Nobel Prize, talks with Dennis Kucinich, and interviews Paul Glastris about college rankings.
The Colbert ReportS3 Kucinich's Pockets
Congressman Dennis Kucinich accepts Stephen's challenge to come on the show and empty out his pockets.
The Colbert ReportS3 Indecision 2008: Don't F%#k This Up America - Presidential Bid
After 15 minutes of soul-searching, Stephen announces his bid to run for president.
The Colbert ReportS3 Jeff Greenfield
CBS Senior Political Correspondent, Jeff Greenfield, answers how Stephen can appeal to South Carolina residents as both a Republican and Democratic presidential candidate.
The Colbert ReportS3 Bob Drogin
Author Bob Drogin explains how poor information from a taxi driver named Curveball has led to the worst intelligence and foreign policy failure in America's history.
The Colbert ReportS3 Intro - 10/16/07
In this episode, Stephen takes a look at the ever-changing campaign trail and interviews author Bob Drogin about his book on the war in Iraq.
The Colbert ReportS3 Planet in Peril
CNN is so desperate to raise awareness of their upcoming "Planet in Peril" special that they've printed millions of posters to spread the word.
The Colbert ReportS3 Hail to the Cheese - Filing Papers
Stephen fills out the proper documents to run for president in the South Carolina primary.
The Colbert ReportS3 The Big News
When Stephen reads The New York Times, he starts with the business section -- at least there the lies are about money.
The Colbert ReportS3 Intro - 10/17/07
Stephen sits down with chess grandmaster Garry Kasparov, and questions arise about the Colbert presidential campaign.
The Colbert ReportS3 Sign Off - Revenge Is Sweet
Stephen finally gets his revenge on the bears.
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