The Colbert Report
Baby Gun Permit
Season 3 • 05/17/2007
Stephen introduces his new publication, Toddler of Fortune.
Howard DeanThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen asks Howard Dean, hypothetically, which candidate would he support: Arack Bobama or Mallory Vinton?
Formidable Opponent - PeanutsThe Colbert ReportS3
President Bush is the Lucy in Chief and we have to trust his handling of the Iraq ball. Don't do it, Charlie Brown!
The Word - Level Playing FieldThe Colbert ReportS3
Like Rudy Giuliani, Paralympic sprinter Oscar Pistorius is simply turning a misfortune into an advantage.
Intro - 5/16/07The Colbert ReportS3
Stephen asks if athletes with prosthetics should compete in the Olympics, how much time we should give the surge in Iraq, and how Howard Dean rigged the midterm elections.
Second Republican DebateThe Colbert ReportS3
Republican presidential candidates --you can say you're pro-torture all you want, but actions scream louder than words.
The Hammer Is Here!The Colbert ReportS3
Stephen gets fired up for his interview with Tom DeLay, and Greenpeace rebuilds Noah's ark.
Tom DeLayThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen asks Tom DeLay, author of "No Retreat, No Surrender," how to get rid of this country's Democrat infestation.
Randy KearseThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen asks Randy Kearse, author of "Changin' Your Game Plan," if he has any advice for a certain former majority leader.
Intro - 5/17/07The Colbert ReportS3
In tonight's episode, Stephen sits down with former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay and learns the best way to use your time in prison.
Baby Gun PermitThe Colbert ReportS3
A child should be at least 18 months old before he can own a gun.
Jared DiamondThe Colbert ReportS3
Jared Diamond explains how a conflagration of agriculture and resources helped Eurasians conquer the world.
Cheating Death - Internal DecapitationThe Colbert ReportS3
Dr. Stephen T. Colbert, DFA dispenses the health advice, mostly focusing around substitutes for Vaxadrin.
The Word - His WayThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen compares Paul Wolfowitz's exit from the World Bank to his own exit from The Daily Show.
Presidential FraternityThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen takes issue with Jimmy Carter for apparently growing a pair and criticizing the sitting president.
God Loves a Big Screen TVThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen still believes the pope is infallible, except when it comes to his views on capitalism.
Intro - 5/21/07The Colbert ReportS3
Stephen provides all the news, minus a little something for himself.
Intro - 5/22/07The Colbert ReportS3
Stephen chastises the NBA for not letting their players punch people in the stands.
Barack's a LiarThe Colbert ReportS3
Barack Obama's inability to remember what magazine he read when he was nine is all Stephen needs to call him a liar.
Popularity ContestThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen is outraged that someone would insinuate "American Idol" is merely a popularity contest.
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