The Colbert Report
Season 9 • 02/11/2013
Garry Wills shares his book, "Why Priests?: A Failed Tradition."
Mr. Smith Goes to the State Legislature - Stacey CampfieldThe Colbert ReportS9
Tennessee State Senator Stacey Campfield goes after sexuality in schools and the freeloadiest of all American freeloaders.
Winter Storm NemoThe Colbert ReportS9
People in the Northeast prepare for a historic blizzard by salting their driveways, meats and loved ones.
Benh ZeitlinThe Colbert ReportS9
The Oscar-nominated director discusses his film collective, Court 13, and Louisiana communities that sit on the wrong side of the levee.
Intro - 2/7/13The Colbert ReportS9
A new plan helps students succeed in school, social media enjoys a breakthrough, and director Benh Zeitlin talks about his Oscar-nominated film.
"Bang with Friends" AppThe Colbert ReportS9
What happened to the old days of wooing someone by waiting for last call and shambling into a cab with any nonresistant warm body?
Bush Family Email HackThe Colbert ReportS9
Hackers have no right to spread George W. Bush's personal information all over the Internet -- that's Facebook's job.
Pope's Resignation & Papal Speculatron 7500 - James MartinThe Colbert ReportS9
Father Jim Martin explains the papal election process, ex-pope etiquette and the unlikelihood of getting an American pope.
Pope's Resignation & Papal Speculatron 7500The Colbert ReportS9
Pope Benedict XVI considers a greeter job at Walmart, and early pope race favorites include candidates from Canada, Italy, Ghana and America.
Sign Off - "Why Priests?"The Colbert ReportS9
Stephen dips into Garry Wills's book, "Why Priests?: A Failed Tradition."
Garry WillsThe Colbert ReportS9
Gary Willis, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author, talks about transubstantiation, Catholic priesthood and all the trouble that comes from the book of Hebrews.
RNC AutopsyThe Colbert ReportS9
Republicans hold a conference to assess election losses, but RNC Chair Reince Priebus thinks the GOP just needs to smile more.
Intro - 2/12/13The Colbert ReportS9
Republicans take sides, Hollywood tackles gun safety, and The Oxford American's Roger Hodge stops by The Report.
Arizona's Gun PosseThe Colbert ReportS9
Volunteer school guards perform weapons drills with Steven Seagal, but history proves that many have already had extensive experience with police.
Roger HodgeThe Colbert ReportS9
Roger Hodge talks about his quarterly, The Oxford American, slow-smoked pig and the music of Louisiana.
Conservative Victory ProjectThe Colbert ReportS9
The Tea Party isn't going to take Karl Rove's Stab-You-in-the-Back Super PAC lying down; they will charge ahead with even more conservative positions.
Dave GrohlThe Colbert ReportS9
Dave Grohl talks about Nirvana, L.A.'s legendary Sound City Studios and his touring super group, the Sound City Players.
Obama's State of the UnionThe Colbert ReportS9
President Fidel Handout raises the federal minimum wage to nine dollars an hour, but he says nothing about raising the maximum wage.
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