The Colbert Report
Intro - 10/28/08
Season 4 • 10/28/2008
Senator Ted Stevens is convicted by a jury of his peers.
Alpha Dog of the Week - Mark CiptakThe Colbert ReportS4
Mark Ciptak names his newborn baby daughter Sarah McCain Palin behind his wife's back.
Intro - 10/27/08The Colbert ReportS4
Dissent within the Republican Party -- John McCain demands to know the full extent of his relationship with Sarah Palin.
The Word - It's Alive!The Colbert ReportS4
Conservative intellectuals are the hunks of dead flesh sown into the walking corpse of the Republican Party.
Sherman AlexieThe Colbert ReportS4
Sherman Alexie believes John McCain has been great for Native Americans, but he's bad for the country.
Ted Stevens Is Found GuiltyThe Colbert ReportS4
Throw the book at Ted Stevens -- he has what it takes to be pardoned by President Bush.
Canton, OhioThe Colbert ReportS4
Now that Barack Obama has made Canton, Ohio important to his campaign, Stephen is forced to find it crappy.
Tickets to CanadaThe Colbert ReportS4
With only six days left until the election, liberals shouldn't forget to buy their tickets to Canada.
Socialist Candidate for President - Brian MooreThe Colbert ReportS4
Brian Moore says Barack Obama is the furthest thing from a socialist candidate.
Obama the SocialistThe Colbert ReportS4
Before Barack Obama is sworn in, lick everything you own so it won't get taken.
Intro - 10/28/08The Colbert ReportS4
Senator Ted Stevens is convicted by a jury of his peers. Wow, they found 12 corrupt senators?
Colbert CompletistsThe Colbert ReportS4
Tonight's episode is 4140, but the ending line was originally written for episode 4127.
John McCain's Big PrankThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen finally understands why the entire McCain campaign has seemed like a flaming bag of dog poop dropped on America's doorstep.
Was It Really That Bad? - The Great DepressionThe Colbert ReportS4
Historians admit that, while it was a depression, it was also great.
Intro - 10/29/08The Colbert ReportS4
More Republicans endorse Barack Obama. Great, now Republicans will have to suppress their own turnout.
The Word - I Endorse Barack ObamaThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen has the courage to cross party lines and go to the one that's got a pretty good shot of winning.
Wilco InterviewThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen's heart stops when he tries to match Jeff Tweedy's low-key energy.
The DaColbert Code - The ElectionThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen doesn't believe in polls, so he predicts the election using The DaColbert Code.
Obama InfomercialThe Colbert ReportS4
It's the premiere of a wonderful new series starring Barack Obama and a cast of plucky unknowns.
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