The Colbert Report
Intro - 8/22/06
Season 2 • 08/22/2006
Stephen will have Paul Krugman wriggling on a pin.
The Colbert ReportS2 Intro - 8/21/06
Stephen reports on drug companies, a British food study and interviews linguist Geoffrey Nunberg.
The Colbert ReportS2 Atheists in Foxholes
Stephen recommends shipping atheists to war so they can destroy someone else's society for a change.
The Colbert ReportS2 The Word - Side Effects
Criminals owe a debt to society, so let's put them to work making money for the pharmaceutical industry.
The Colbert ReportS2 ThreatDown - Drivers Eat
If genetically engineered grass has its way, our neatly red and blue nation will be all green.
The Colbert ReportS2 Geoffrey Nunberg
Stephen asks linguist Geoffrey Nunberg, author of "Talking Right," how he can discredit a group that calls themselves "right."
The Colbert ReportS2 Sign Off - Pants Off
It's time for Stephen Colbert to go home and take off his pants.
The Colbert ReportS2 Cheating Death - Fields Medal
Ever since Stephen learned about the Fields Medal two weeks ago, he's cared about it more than any other award in the world.
The Colbert ReportS2 The Word - 99 Problems
The difference between 200 French troops and 15,000 French troops is just fewer French prisoners.
The Colbert ReportS2 Stephen Colbert Salutes Hungary
Thanks to Hungary's inventions, we in America are able to identify our nation's nerds.
The Colbert ReportS2 Paul Krugman
Paul Krugman is part of that fringe 60% of the population that thinks the war was a mistake.
The Colbert ReportS2 Intro - 8/22/06
Stephen examines the situation in Lebanon, reports on Hungary, and interviews New York Times op-ed columnist Paul Krugman.
The Colbert ReportS2 American Pop Culture: It's Crumbelievable! - Intro
Stephen is going through his scrapbook of treasured memories and feeling nostalgic for the memorable ad campaigns of yesteryear. Luckily, there's another legend in the making.
The Colbert ReportS2 Damian Kulash
Stephen wants OK Go lead singer Damian Kulash to explain why anyone would ever go around record company executives.
The Colbert ReportS2 American Pop Culture: It's Crumbelievable! - Stephen Steps Up
The division ends now -- America needs a cultural focal point, and Stephen volunteers himself.
The Colbert ReportS2 Gideon Yago
Gideon Yago thinks it's partially the viewer's fault that music videos are contributing to the fragmentation of American culture. Stephen thinks he's blaming America first.
The Colbert ReportS2 American Pop Culture: It's Crumbelievable! - Pop Culture Icons
"Crumbelievable" isn't just an ad campaign, it's a perfect metaphor for the state of American pop culture -- crumbled into little pieces.
The Colbert ReportS2 American Pop Culture: It's Crumbelievable! - Cable TV vs. The American Family
Because of the specialization of cable TV, everyone in the American family has their own channel to be watching -- even Lieutenant Barkers.
The Colbert ReportS2 E11030 Days with The Colbert Report
After 30 days in The Colbert Report audience, Carl discovers his true calling.
The Colbert ReportS2 E110National Peach Month
For Stephen, National Peach Month is just 30 days of simmering resentment.
The Colbert ReportS2 E110The Word - Bad Boys
If your guy's talking about killing another woman's husband, he's just not that fanatical about you.
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