The Colbert Report
Pope's Baseball Cap & CatholicTV
Season 6 • 08/05/2010
Pope Benedict XVI wears a cap, and CatholicTV uses 3-D technology to connect with younger people.
Sign Off - Credit Card AgreementThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen takes a closer look at his credit card agreement.
Threat StandDown - Monkey TerrorismThe Colbert ReportS6
Contrary to a "Fox & Friends" report, monkeys can't be trained by the Taliban to shoot and kill American soldiers.
Michael PosnerThe Colbert ReportS6
Michael Posner believes it's in America's best interest to encourage stable democracies that respect human rights.
Sign Off - Nielsen MandelaThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen says goodnight with Nielsen Mandela.
Basil Marceaux.com & Obama's BirthdayThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen reminds Tennessee viewers to vote for Basil Marceaux.com and refuses to celebrate President Obama's birthday.
P.K. Winsome - Black Viewer RatingsThe Colbert ReportS6
White viewers can increase Stephen's black ratings by buying an inflatable Nielsen Mandela from P.K. Winsome.
Intro - 8/5/10The Colbert ReportS6
A California judge overturns Prop 8, Catholics introduce "America's Next Top Martyr," and Savion Glover brings da funk.
Savion GloverThe Colbert ReportS6
Savion Glover discusses the origin of tap dancing, explains its decline in popularity and performs with friends.
How to Ruin Same-Sex MarriagesThe Colbert ReportS6
If an openly gay judge can rule on same-sex marriage, we should just let cases about endangered species be decided by a manatee.
Pope's Baseball Cap & CatholicTVThe Colbert ReportS6
Pope Benedict XVI wears a baseball cap, and CatholicTV wants to change the church's stuffy image with 3-D technology.
Alpha Dog of the Week - Steven SlaterThe Colbert ReportS6
A JetBlue flight attendant curses out a passenger, grabs beer from the galley and jumps down the evacuation slide.
Dylan RatiganThe Colbert ReportS6
Dylan Ratigan draws parallels between Mexican drug dealers and American bank executives.
Citizenship Down - Akhil AmarThe Colbert ReportS6
Akhil Amar says the big idea behind the 14th Amendment is that U.S. citizens are all born with equal rights.
Intro - 8/10/10The Colbert ReportS6
Stephen questions a Constitution alteration, names his Alpha Dog of the Week and talks to MSNBC's Dylan Ratigan.
Honoring Martin Luther KingThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen doesn't know why he had yesterday off, so to cover his bases, he wishes Martin Luther King Jr. a happy birthday.
David FinkelThe Colbert ReportS6
David Finkel spent eight months with troops in Iraq to find out what young Americans go through when they're sent to war.
Moral Compass 5000 Action CenterThe Colbert ReportS6
Michelle Obama vacations in Spain, and Newt Gingrich's narcissistic hypocrisy undermines his moral authority.
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