The Colbert Report
Intro - 8/12/10
Season 6 • 08/12/2010
Should there be a mosque near Ground Zero? It beats another American Apparel.
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.
The Word - Weapon of Mass ConstructionThe Colbert ReportS6
If Muslims really need to get together, they can meet at a camp or a compound out in the wilderness.
Happy RamadanThe Colbert ReportS6
While Muslims fast for Ramadan, Stephen enjoys a delicious falafel with a Bud Light Lime and a nice smoke.
Senior MomentThe Colbert ReportS6
John Boehner wants to raise the retirement age, a robot communicates with seniors, and Stephen introduces the Old Age Anti-Fraud Helmet.
Chuck CloseThe Colbert ReportS6
Chuck Close explains how he paints giant portraits when he has a hard time recognizing faces.
Sign Off - Chuck Close BooksThe Colbert ReportS6
If you like Chuck Close, there are two great books out about him right now.
Intro - 8/12/10The Colbert ReportS6
Stephen covers the controversy over a mosque near Ground Zero, calls his nana back and talks to Chuck Close about art.
Invasion of the Country SnatchersThe Colbert ReportS6
Same-sex marriage is legal in Mexico and Canada, which makes America the straight meat in a big gay sandwich.
Growing Intelligence Community - Richard ClarkeThe Colbert ReportS6
Richard Clarke believes that too many intelligence agencies increase the chances that the next terrorist attack will succeed.
John FettermanThe Colbert ReportS6
Thanks to the Colbert Bump, Mayor John Fetterman has won re-election and Braddock, PA is getting a new community center.
Sign Off - Starbucks LatteThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen pulls a microphone out of his Starbucks latte.
Fox News and Republican Party Make It OfficialThe Colbert ReportS6
Fox News and the Republican Party finally make it official -- their all-white wedding will be beautiful.
Intro - 8/17/10The Colbert ReportS6
Stephen examines the meat industry and talks to Barry Levine about the National Enquirer's credibility.
Newsweek Ranks the World's Best CountriesThe Colbert ReportS6
Newsweek's list of the world's best countries is based on useless criteria like education, quality of life and health.
Barry LevineThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen asks Barry Levine whom he has to sleep with to make it onto the National Enquirer cover.
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