The Colbert Report
Season 4 E 22 • 02/12/2008
Mike Huckabee is still on-message.
Better Know a Lobby - Human Rights Campaign Pt. 2The Colbert ReportS4 E20
Stephen does his best to lobby for Joe Solmonese to become a straight man.
Stephen's Ethnic MinuteThe Colbert ReportS4 E20
Presenting: Stephen's Black Chinese History New Year Month Minute.
Aubrey de GreyThe Colbert ReportS4 E21
Professor Aubrey de Grey researches a way to make John McCain younger.
Goodbye MittThe Colbert ReportS4 E21
Stephen bids farewell to Mitt Romney's presidential campaign.
Portrait Check-InThe Colbert ReportS4 E21
Stephen checks in with Marc Pachter of the National Portrait Gallery to see how his portrait is doing.
Obama Wins a GrammyThe Colbert ReportS4 E21
Barack Obama won a Grammy -- essential hardware for a candidate these days.
Philip ZimbardoThe Colbert ReportS4 E21
Stephen gives Philip Zimbardo a lesson on heaven, hell and Lucifer.
Eleanor Holmes NortonThe Colbert ReportS4 E22
Superdelegate Eleanor Holmes Norton tells Stephen that the days of smoke-filled rooms are over.
Lisa RandallThe Colbert ReportS4 E22
Lisa Randall tells Stephen that there are other dimensions that have never even heard of him.
Eliot SpitzerThe Colbert ReportS4 E22
Governor Eliot Spitzer agrees to help Stephen become a superdelegate too.
Huckabee's ObligationThe Colbert ReportS4 E22
Mike Huckabee says he is obligated to pick Stephen as his running mate.
Intro - 2/13/08The Colbert ReportS4 E23
Barack Obama wins with a message of hope, and Stephen hopes he can get through the script.
David GracerThe Colbert ReportS4 E23
David Gracer cooks up a delicious plate of insects and invites Stephen to join in the feast.
Richard Thompson FordThe Colbert ReportS4 E23
Richard Thompson Ford believes the Clintons are playing the race card against Obama.
The Writers Return!The Colbert ReportS4 E23
Stephen personally welcomes back each of his writers.
Neil de Grasse TysonThe Colbert ReportS4 E23
Stephen visits Neil de Grasse Tyson to learn how to be an astrophysicist.
Clemens HearingThe Colbert ReportS4 E24
Just like Brian McNamee, Stephen also keeps medical waste as mementos.
Who's Riding My Coattails Now? - Oliver PocherThe Colbert ReportS4 E24
Stephen puts so-called German comedian Oliver Pocher on notice!
Leonard NimoyThe Colbert ReportS4 E24
Leonard Nimoy challenges American standards of beauty with photographs of nude overweight women.
People Who Are Destroying America - Happy MealThe Colbert ReportS4 E24
Susan Pagan denied her daughter a free Happy Meal from McDonalds -- and a smile.
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