The Colbert Report
Season 2 E 145 • 11/15/2006
Stephen is angered and insulted when he finds out what he has evolved from.
Intro - 11/13/06The Colbert ReportS2 E143
President Bush turns to his father's advisors, acetaminophen is pulled off the shelves and Dan Rather will answer questions on that young punk, Bob Schieffer.
The Word - Back Off, Old ManThe Colbert ReportS2 E143
With James Baker and Robert Gates moving into the Bush 43 ranks, it looks as though Bush 41 is trying to wrestle control from his son -- and Stephen doesn't approve.
Dan RatherThe Colbert ReportS2 E143
Dan Rather is honored to be on The Report with an icon of Stephen's stature. And so is Stephen.
McCain's DepressionThe Colbert ReportS2 E143
John McCain talks to Tim Russert about the possibility of a 2008 presidential run, but something's wrong -- he doesn't seem that excited.
Tip/Wag - Quitters EditionThe Colbert ReportS2 E143
Stephen's so upset that Donald Rumsfeld chose to quit after the midterm elections instead of before them, he's compelled to wag his whole body at him.
Alpha Dog of the Week - Ronald ReaganThe Colbert ReportS2 E143
Ronald Reagan doesn't deserve to have his record as longest living president broken just because someone lived longer.
Intro - 11/15/06The Colbert ReportS2 E145
In this episode, Stephen looks at what Rush Limbaugh said about the midterm elections, profiles Thomas Jefferson and interviews dinosaur hunter Michael Novacek.
Democrats' Victory Dance - Al FrankenThe Colbert ReportS2 E145
Air America radio host and author Al Franken talks about the Democrats taking Congress in the midterm elections and does a dance for the president.
Rush Limbaugh's CommentsThe Colbert ReportS2 E145
Stephen and other pundits like Rush Limbaugh are having a tough time dealing with the results of the midterm elections.
Better Know a Founder - Thomas JeffersonThe Colbert ReportS2 E145
Stephen sits down with the three leading Thomas Jefferson impersonators from Williamsburg, Philadelphia and Reno.
Mike NovacekThe Colbert ReportS2 E145
American Museum of Natural History paleontologist Mike Novacek attempts to convince Stephen of evolution and the future of the human species.
Minority WhipThe Colbert ReportS2 E146
Apparently, the First Amendment applies to everything except segregation.
Sign Off - StrawberryThe Colbert ReportS2 E146
Stephen rates the show based on his complex fruit-based rating system.
Movies That Are Destroying America - XmasThe Colbert ReportS2 E146
"Black Christmas" has got to be the worst remake ever of "White Christmas."
The Word - Play Ball!The Colbert ReportS2 E146
Democrats, lobbyists aren't your enemies. They're your friends with benefits.
Intro - 11/16/06The Colbert ReportS2 E146
Stephen talks to Richard Linklater and lobbyists look for friends in the new Democratic majority.
Sexiest Man AliveThe Colbert ReportS2 E146
Rugged good ol' boy Matthew McConaughey is out. Leftist pretty boy George Clooney is in.
Richard LinklaterThe Colbert ReportS2 E146
Stephen asks Richard Linklater how fast food can be that bad - after all, they make happy meals.
Putin '08The Colbert ReportS2 E147
Is killing a vocal critic two years before the election going negative too early?
You may also like5 Videos
Kal Penn Returns to The Daily Show as Guest HostThe Daily ShowS28
Actor, author and former White House staffer Kal Penn is back as guest host of The Daily Show for a week of all-new episodes, starting Monday at 11/10c.
XXXI Days of Announcing the Holidays
Andrew Catalon of CBS Sports rings in the holiday season with expert commentary on the festive shows, movies and specials airing all December long!
"South Park: Snow Day!" Video Game Showcases New GameplaySouth Park
"South Park: Snow Day!" immerses players in a new art style, bringing your favorite characters to life while exploring classic locations from the show, now available to preorder in-store.
"Star Trek: very Short Treks" Has Lightyears of LaughsStar Trek: very Short TreksS1
Relive the classic vibe of "Star Trek: The Animated Series," and join Riker, Spock and more Starfleet faces on the bite-sized journeys of "Star Trek: very Short Treks," now streaming.