The Colbert Report
P.K. Winsome - Tea Party Consulting
Season 6 • 04/20/2010
When you hire P.K. Winsome for your Tea Party rally, you get 10 different African-Americans.
Marilyn Monroe's X-RaysThe Colbert ReportS6
Good for you, whoever is making money selling a dead woman's private gynecological X-rays.
Volcano EyjafjallajokullThe Colbert ReportS6
If Iceland's volcanic eruption doesn't let up before summer, thousands of college students will have to backpack around the U.S.
George WillThe Colbert ReportS6
George Will talks about the history of baseball, debates health care reform and criticizes Ronald Reagan.
Sign Off - Too Big to FailThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen takes a break from reading Andrew Ross Sorkin's book, "Too Big to Fail," to say goodnight.
Goldman Sachs' Fraud Case - Andrew Ross SorkinThe Colbert ReportS6
Andrew Ross Sorkin discusses the importance of the SEC case against Goldman Sachs, which questions whether Wall Street is a casino.
Robotic Voice Simulator & Foreign Accent SyndromeThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen practices his Japanese with a robotic voice simulator, and a woman suffers from foreign accent syndrome.
Jeffrey KatzenbergThe Colbert ReportS6
Jeffrey Katzenberg listens to Stephen's movie script idea and presents the newest 3-D glasses.
Sign Off - As They Say in JapanThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen says goodnight in Japanese.
Intro - 4/20/10The Colbert ReportS6
The Tea Party might be promoting racism, and DreamWorks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg praises 3-D technology.
Stephen Refuses to Celebrate 4/20The Colbert ReportS6
Stephen wants you to know you're acting all weird. Everyone's saying there's something wrong with you, even your mom.
P.K. Winsome - Tea Party ConsultingThe Colbert ReportS6
Tea Partiers will seem less racist if they hire P.K. Winsome to attend their rallies and donate to his United Negro Collage Fund.
Nailed 'Em - Drive-Through RappingThe Colbert ReportS6
Four Utah teens make a McDonald's employee feel unsafe by rapping their order at a drive-through.
The New $100 BillThe Colbert ReportS6
Write what you think of the new currency on a Post-it note, stick that on a $100 bill, and send it to Stephen.
Sign Off - Donate to John Legend's CharityThe Colbert ReportS6
Go to showmecampaign.org to win a chance to meet John Legend and hang out with his posse backstage.
The Word - No ProblemoThe Colbert ReportS6
Harassing Latinos with racial profiling isn't an inevitable side effect of Arizona's anti-immigration law -- it's the entire point.
Craig RobinsonThe Colbert ReportS6
Craig Robinson's parents liked Barack Obama when they first met him, but they didn't think he would last.
The Word - Straight to VideoThe Colbert ReportS6
Lindsey Graham, save your good name and career by releasing a straight sex tape.
Sign Off - This Is a Fun JobThe Colbert ReportS6
Steve doesn't know why Stephen ever complains about his fun job.
Bonus Word - Defamation of IndependentsThe Colbert ReportS6
William Gheen concludes that Lindsey Graham must be gay if he's negotiating a bipartisan deal on immigration reform.
Newspapers Celebrate Earth DayThe Colbert ReportS6
The USA Today celebrates environmental consciousness by printing a special Earth Day bonus pullout.
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