The Colbert Report
Season 8 • 11/30/2011
Siri earns her conservative cred by being a pro-life xenophobe.
Violent Black FridayThe Colbert ReportS8
The orgy of Black Friday Christmas shopping proves that America is back, and Americans will get their gifts by any means necessary.
Yahweh or No Way - Altered Catholic Mass, Papal Seat Belt & Offensive Vodka AdThe Colbert ReportS8
The Catholic Church revises the liturgy, Pope Benedict XVI gets caught riding the Popemobile without a seat belt, and a vodka ad offends Jews and Christians alike.
Sign Off - Tinariwen' AlbumThe Colbert ReportS8
Stephen thanks Tinariwen for their performance and plugs their album "Tassili."
Intro - 11/29/11The Colbert ReportS8
Herman Cain's campaign gets rocked again, the Catholic Church makes a dramatic change, and North African band Tinariwen performs.
Tinariwen with Kyp Malone & Tunde AdebimpeThe Colbert ReportS8
Eyadou ag Leche of Tinariwen discusses his band's Western musical influences and the band members' days in Muammar al-Gaddafi's rebel training camps.
Stephen SondheimThe Colbert ReportS8
Stephen Sondheim discusses the complexity of his characters and rates Stephen's performance in "Company."
Newt Gingrich Denies LobbyingThe Colbert ReportS8
Newt Gingrich denies the liberal media's charges that he raked in cash by lobbying his former colleagues and future fellow lobbyists.
Better Know a District - Massachusetts' 4th - Barney Frank UpdateThe Colbert ReportS8
Stephen honors Barney Frank's retirement from Congress with an encore presentation of his second ever Better Know a District.
Barney Frank's RetirementThe Colbert ReportS8
The Tennessee Tea Party says goodbye to Barney Frank with a derogatory tweet.
Conservative SiriThe Colbert ReportS8
The iPhone's archconservative voice recognition assistant, Siri, can neither locate an abortion clinic in Manhattan nor understand foreigners.
Sign Off - Fire Extinguishing PowderThe Colbert ReportS8
Stephen says goodnight caked in fire extinguishing agent.
Mitt Romney Gets TestyThe Colbert ReportS8
Fox New's Bret Baier asks Mitt Romney questions he doesn't want to answer, thereby making him look bad.
Richard BransonThe Colbert ReportS8
Sir Richard Branson believes that business leaders have a responsibility to try to solve some of the world's biggest problems.
Stop Online Piracy Act - Danny Goldberg & Jonathan ZittrainThe Colbert ReportS8
Music manager Danny Goldberg defends Internet piracy laws, and Harvard law professor Jonathan Zittrain doesn't want Justin Bieber to go to jail for copyright infringement.
In Herman Cain's DefenseThe Colbert ReportS8
Herman Cain's Arizona state chairman, Lori Klein, dismisses the idea that Cain would sexually harass anyone.
Stop Online Piracy ActThe Colbert ReportS8
Congress takes action against piracy with a bill that grants copyright holders the power to shut down websites displaying unlicensed content.
2011 Kennedy Center HonorsThe Colbert ReportS8
Stephen needs help staying awake through this episode of The Report after honoring Yo-Yo Ma at the 34th Kennedy Center Honors.
Mysteries of the Ancient Unknown - 2012 End of TimesThe Colbert ReportS8
Self-proclaimed Third Eagle of the Apocalypse William Tapley shares his Denver International Airport conspiracy theory.
Herman Cain Drops OutThe Colbert ReportS8
Sexual harassment charges led to a surge in the polls, but Herman Cain's campaign simply could not survive allegations of a consensual relationship.
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