The Colbert Report
Season 2 • 07/10/2006
Amy, Stephen and Tad perform a tumbling routine.
The Word - Monkey ButterThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen proposes tracing the sexual activities of Americans with a microchip that has been injected into the "dirty area."
Difference Makers - Steve PelkeyThe Colbert ReportS2
Steve Pelkey's store in New Hampshire allows Massachusetts residents access to fireworks for the Fourth of July, making him the Harriet Tubman of fireworks.
Christopher NoxonThe Colbert ReportS2
Author Christopher Noxon defines the difference between adults who are childish and those who are childlike.
Intro - 6/29/06The Colbert ReportS2
Stephen reports on a pimp tax, fireworks laws, a book that claims adults act like children and America's birthday.
Star JonesThe Colbert ReportS2
In solidarity with Star Jones leaving "The View," Stephen is also leaving his show -- for a week.
Stephen's Sound Advice - Avoiding WildfiresThe Colbert ReportS2
By staying away from people and cutting down trees, you can greatly reduce the chances of starting a wildfire.
Intro - 7/10/06The Colbert ReportS2
Stephen discusses how more companies are cutting pensions, provides a special report on wildfires and interviews Amy Sedaris.
Wilford Brimley Calls - MexicoThe Colbert ReportS2
Wilford Brimley calls Stephen at 3 a.m. from Mexico to borrow some pesos.
The Word - Silver FoxesThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen criticizes the elderly and argues that you should only get to retire if you've earned it.
World Cup Co-ChampionsThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen proves that since America did not lose to Italy, we are in fact co-champions of the World Cup.
Amy SedarisThe Colbert ReportS2
Amy Sedaris discusses her new movie, "Strangers With Candy," before tumbling with Stephen and Tad.
Tony HawkThe Colbert ReportS2
Pro skateboarder Tony Hawk and Stephen agree that it's better to continue hurting yourself than to give up.
Coddling Our KidsThe Colbert ReportS2
Getting hit in the face with a utility ball teaches you something about life -- it teaches you not to get hit in the face with a utility ball.
The Word - PsychopharmaparentingThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen doesn't know the long-term effects of medicating kids, but he does know the long-term effects it will have on the pharmaceutical industry.
Intro - 7/11/06The Colbert ReportS2
This show is dedicated to our kids: what the hell is wrong with them?
Stephen R.A.P.S. - Talkin' to KidsThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen's spent enough time talking to parents, now it's time to loosen the tie and talk to some troubled teens.
Stephen Colbert's World of ColbertCraftThe Colbert ReportS2
"Stephen Colbert's World of ColbertCraft" will be even more popular than his previous video game, "Stephen Colbert's Escape from Skateboard Mountain."
Intro - 7/12/06The Colbert ReportS2
Stephen reports on the Supreme Court enforcing the Geneva Conventions, questions Washington State Congressman Rick Larsen, and interviews publisher Mort Zuckerman.
Massachusetts - GaysraelThe Colbert ReportS2
The best way to protect marriage is to ban gay marriage in all states, but Massachusetts -- creating a Gaysrael.
The Word - The America ConventionsThe Colbert ReportS2
If the Swiss had their way, every war would be fought with a tiny knife, a nail file, a magnifying glass and a toothpick.
You may also like5 Videos
Make the Most of a Day Off with "South Park: Snow Day!"South ParkS26
Join Cartman and the neighborhood kids as they battle Stan, who has his own ideas about the rules of their fantasy game, in the "South Park: Snow Day!" video game, now available to preorder.
"Star Trek: very Short Treks" Has Lightyears of LaughsStar Trek: very Short TreksS1
Relive the classic vibe of "Star Trek: The Animated Series," and join Riker, Spock and more Starfleet faces on the bite-sized journeys of "Star Trek: very Short Treks," now streaming.
Fires and Full Moons Breed a New Terror on Wolf Pack
A California wildfire awakens a werewolf, but a group of curious teens -- once bitten -- will not shy away from the threat of decimation on Wolf Pack, streaming January 26 on Paramount+.
This Game of M.A.S.H. Is a Real Monster in Cursed FriendsCursed Friends
Four pals must break an evil spell and change their fates when a classic kid's game to predict the future comes back to haunt them in the Comedy Central original movie Cursed Friends.