The Colbert Report
Tip/Wag - 9/11 Billboard
Season 4 • 07/17/2008
Even if you're linking Democrats to 9/11, you can still say "please."
Julia E. SweigThe Colbert ReportS4
As South America becomes more independent and powerful, Stephen asks Julia E. Sweig if we have to start caring about soccer.
The Word - PlaceboThe Colbert ReportS4
We want to believe that the nothing President Bush is offering is the something we've all been waiting for.
Alpha Dog of the Week - George W. BushThe Colbert ReportS4
President Bush has been forced to do a terrible job of pretending to care what people think of him, but not anymore.
Rush is HereThe Colbert ReportS4
Jimmy is so excited about Rush's appearance that he replaces Stephen's theme song.
Intro - 7/16/08The Colbert ReportS4
Is offshore drilling the solution to the oil shortage? It is definitely the solution to our whale surplus.
Elizabeth EdwardsThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen tells Elizabeth Edwards we already have universal health care. It's called prayer.
OFECThe Colbert ReportS4
Gas station owners never expected the price of gas to get this high, so no one bought enough number fours for the signs. No one that is, except for Stephen!
Intro - 7/17/08The Colbert ReportS4
Stephen wakes up as Rush finishes "Tom Sawyer" from last night.
Green Screen Challenge - Bill O'Reilly RantThe Colbert ReportS4
John McCain is united with Stephen's other favorite person, Bill O'Reilly.
Esquire CoverThe Colbert ReportS4
If Esquire is going to compare Stephen to a famous boxer, at least make it an American hero like Cassius Clay.
Tip/Wag - 9/11 BillboardThe Colbert ReportS4
Just because you're linking Democrats to 9/11, doesn't mean you have to be rude.
Better Know a Lobby - Sierra ClubThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen asks Sierra Club Executive Director Carl Pope if George W. Bush is a green president or the greenest president.
Jim WebbThe Colbert ReportS4
If Senator Jim Webb doesn't want to be Barack Obama's vice president, Stephen does.
Barack Obama's Elitist Summer AbroadThe Colbert ReportS4
Let the mainstream media fawn all over Barack Obama, some of us have more exciting candidates to cover.
Intro - 7/21/08The Colbert ReportS4
Barack Obama embarks on a world tour; the media sells out in record time.
Margaret SpellingsThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen asks Margaret Spellings if federally mandated spanking would help our kids do better in school.
The Word - Fight to the FurnishThe Colbert ReportS4
Thank you, Air Force, for using your anti-terror funds to defeat Al Qaeda in style.
Intro - 7/22/08The Colbert ReportS4
The Air Force unveils a new strategy in the war on terror. Terrorists, kindly switch over to "Nightline."
Elton John's New Ice CreamThe Colbert ReportS4
If Ben and Jerry make Stephen share a freezer with Sir Elton John, he insists they print on his label "May contain trace amounts of sequins."
South Carolina is So GayThe Colbert ReportS4
South Carolina is a state where big strapping straight men reenact Civil War battles and then shower together for historical accuracy.
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