The Colbert Report
Balls for Kidz - Bear Hunting
Season 2 • 01/10/2006
Bear hunting is better than going to work.
Nancy GraceThe Colbert ReportS2
Nancy Grace talks about what's right and wrong with the legal system.
Going at ItThe Colbert ReportS2
Bill "Papa Bear" O'Reilly and David Letterman argue it out on "The Late Show," and Stephen gets into it with Conan O'Brien on "Late Night."
Merry ChristmasThe Colbert ReportS2
Relieved that Christmas was saved this year, Stephen salutes the heroes who are brave enough to say "Merry Christmas" all year round.
Fract - ColumbusThe Colbert ReportS2
If it wasn't for Christopher Columbus, Native Americans wouldn't have known what an American was.
Intro - 1/9/06The Colbert ReportS2
Stephen looks into how to tip a congressman, Elmo's competition, Nancy Grace's involvement with the law and cuteness addiction.
Off Notice - The E Street BandThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen presents guitarist Steven Van Zandt with the "You're Off Notice" gift basket.
Intro - 1/10/02The Colbert ReportS2
Stephen looks at aging baby boomers and talks to journalist Carl Bernstein about Deep Throat.
Carl BernsteinThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen speaks with Carl Bernstein about what Bush and Nixon have in common and points out that a strong president is better than an honest president.
The In-Box - Taking a BulletThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen attributes his ability to take a bullet from Conan O'Brien to the inspirational way Ronald Reagan got shot and shook it off.
The Word - Sleeper CellThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen feels that it's our duty to stop the sexagaterrorist baby boomers from destroying our way of life.
Balls for Kidz - Bear HuntingThe Colbert ReportS2
In response to a letter questioning his bear-hatred, Stephen has some expert hunters tell a group of kids how and why to hunt bears.
Intro - 1/11/06The Colbert ReportS2
Stephen looks at Samuel Alito's confirmation hearings, sits down with "20/20"'s John Stossel, and compares Freddy Krueger and the Mars rover.
The Word - WhateverThe Colbert ReportS2
What Samuel Alito said in the past shouldn't have anything to do with the present or future.
Fract - Colbert TriviaThe Colbert ReportS2
John Tyler had fifteen children but Stephen has fifteen million children.
Colbert Report Consumer AlertThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen is shocked by Chest Magazine's claim that cough syrup doesn't really work.
Alito HatersThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen proves that, contrary to media criticism, Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito is an exciting and hilarious man.
Sign Off - Future MoneyThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen adds a piggy bank to his bookshelf and puts in a dollar for the children's future. He tells them to smash it open in 2050 and trade the dollars for the new currency.
ThreatDown - Fathers and SonsThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen sounds the warning on dads who let their kids hang out in war zones, breeding robots, bears that aren't really hibernating and the Associated Press.
John StosselThe Colbert ReportS2
John Stossel tells Stephen what's wrong with the education system and Stephen tells John what a freedom-tarian is.
Better Know a District - New Jersey's 9th - Steven RothmanThe Colbert ReportS2
Congressman Steve Rothman talks about New Jersey, the war in Iraq and what date movie he'd see with Stephen.
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