The Colbert Report
Season 7 • 02/03/2011
Jane McGonigal explains how playing video games can make the world a better place.
Crisis in EgyptThe Colbert ReportS7
Christiane Aman-purr must decide whether Egypt's revolution is a democratic uprising or an Islamic power grab.
Sign Off - Christiane Aman-purr & Big Flats BeerThe Colbert ReportS7
Stephen signs off with Christiane Aman-purr and a can of Big Flats beer.
Sean Dorrance KellyThe Colbert ReportS7
Sean Dorrance Kelly believes that we've lost the notion of what's sacred in our existence.
Bing Gets ServedThe Colbert ReportS7
The tech world is rocked as Google catches Bing in the act of copying its search results.
Cairo Turns Into the Jersey ShoreThe Colbert ReportS7
Cairo turns into the "Jersey Shore" as pro-Mubarak supporters punch Anderson Cooper in the head.
Sport Report - Super Bowl EditionThe Colbert ReportS7
Stephen will not be satisfied unless the Reagan tribute at the Super Bowl takes up the full halftime show and the third quarter.
Intro - 2/3/11The Colbert ReportS7
Stephen has a strong feeling about which two teams are going to play in the Super Bowl and talks to Jane McGonigal about video games.
Crisis in Egypt - Anderson Cooper & Bill O'ReillyThe Colbert ReportS7
The Egyptian people ask Anderson Cooper to step down, and Bill O'Reilly believes God is the answer to everything.
Sign Off - Newest Member of the Colbert NationThe Colbert ReportS7
Matthew Arthur Long is a bouncing baby boy, or he will be when he gets that infant bungee cord Stephen sent over.
Affirmative ReactionThe Colbert ReportS7
Governor John Kasich stirs the passions of Ohio's black community by appointing an all-white cabinet.
Jane McGonigalThe Colbert ReportS7
Jane McGonigal says 10 years of scientific research show that playing video games is actually the most productive thing we can do.
James Murphy of LCD SoundsystemThe Colbert ReportS7
James Murphy explains why he's walking away from fame in his last TV appearance as LCD Soundsystem.
Intro - 2/14/11The Colbert ReportS7
Hosni Mubarak steps down onto a pillowy mound of money, Stephen profiles a new Enemy Within, and LCD Soundsystem performs.
The Enemy Within - Toddler EditionThe Colbert ReportS7
By allowing a four-year-old to be sued, a New York judge breaks new ground in the fight against tiny tot tyranny.
Sign Off - Scoops of Americone DreamThe Colbert ReportS7
Eating scoops of Americone Dream at Ben & Jerry's will be a great way to make Stephen look like he's giving money to charity.
Mysteries of the Ancient Unknown - Egyptian CoincidenceThe Colbert ReportS7
Stephen believes the same shadowy forces behind the uprising in Egypt are also responsible for the disappearance of King Tut's penis.
Intro - 2/15/11The Colbert ReportS7
President Twitter Bird will lead Egypt, Rex Paul becomes the next GOP star, and David Albright talks about the computer virus that shut down Iran's reactors.
David AlbrightThe Colbert ReportS7
David Albright explains why no one will take credit for setting back the Iranian nuclear program with Stuxnet.
Italian Bunga-Bunga Parties & Egyptian DemocracyThe Colbert ReportS7
Silvio Berlusconi is accused of bringing young girls to bunga-bunga parties, and the Muslim Brotherhood plans to make Egypt an enemy of America.
Mr. Smith Goes to the State Legislature, Then Later Possibly Washington - Ron GouldThe Colbert ReportS7
Ron Gould's bill would allow Arizonans to carry concealed firearms without a permit into all government-run facilities.
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