The Colbert Report
War: What It's Good For - The Eternal Flame
Season 2 • 08/03/2006
Stephen is dedicating his fireplace as the first eternal flame for World War III.
Linda HirshmanThe Colbert ReportS2
No matter what Linda Hirshman says, men can't stay home and raise children -- daytime TV is all geared towards women.
Sign Off - Cocoa PuffsThe Colbert ReportS2
Hey General Mills, where the hell is Stephen's case of Cocoa Puffs?
The Word - Single ServingThe Colbert ReportS2
Nowadays there are pizzas made for one, vacation packages designed for one -- what's next? Bicycles built for one?
Intro - 8/2/06The Colbert ReportS2
According to Stephen, a woman needs a man like a fish needs to be cooked and served for dinner by a woman on a bicycle.
Chair for Joe LiebermanThe Colbert ReportS2
There's been an open invitation for Senator Joe Lieberman to appear on The Report. There's now a chair as well, just like the one left for Elijah at the Passover table.
No Joe LiebermanThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen allotted a portion of the show to an interview with Senator Joseph Lieberman, but the senator isn't actually in the studio.
Meet an Ally - PalauThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen interviews the U.N. Ambassador from Palau, who wasn't raised there and doesn't know how to say "thank you" in Palau's native tongue.
Paul HackettThe Colbert ReportS2
Paul Hackett came back from Iraq, began a bid for an Ohio Senate seat, then dropped out. Stephen asks him about running and cutting.
War: What It's Good For - Russ LieberThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen asks liberal radio announcer Russ Lieber for his reaction to Mel Gibson's anti-Semitic tirade.
War: What It's Good For - IntroThe Colbert ReportS2
No one on cable news seems to be talking about it, but Stephen's devoting an episode to the war.
War: What It's Good For - The Eternal FlameThe Colbert ReportS2
To show that he's dedicated to peace, Stephen is dedicating his fireplace as the first eternal flame for World War III.
Tek Jansen - Operation: Heart of the Phoenix - Dead or AliveThe Colbert ReportS2
Frustrated in his attempts to find a publisher for his Tek Jansen book, Stephen turns to animation to have his story told.
William C. RhodenThe Colbert ReportS2
William C. Rhoden looks to free the admittedly wealthy black athlete from the institutionalization of wealthy white-run sports.
Lieberman No-ShowThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen is disappointed that a DVD of "Mystic River" and a bowl of Cocoa Puffs couldn't lure Joe Lieberman onto The Report.
Press Room RenovationsThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen feels the White House Press Secretary should sermonize from a podium of skulls.
Sign Off - Toss to JonThe Colbert ReportS2
Jon Stewart has a major problem with Stephen tossing it over to him.
Intro - 8/8/06The Colbert ReportS2
The Colbert Report is reaching America's high chairs.
The Word - Ten-Hut!The Colbert ReportS2
Stephen implores veterans to quit fighting against the war and instead use their moral authority to encourage fighting for the war.
Alexandra RobbinsThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen nails overachiever Alexandra Robbins for pulling up the ladder from the top of the tool shed.
Lieberman LosesThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen figures the reason Joe Lieberman lost his Senate primary was because he refused to come on The Colbert Report.
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