The Colbert Report
Season 6 • 05/04/2010
Mark Moffett talks about the aggressive ants in Argentina that are good at boarding ships.
Sign Off - Lady Liberty SouvenirsThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen wears a green foam crown and eats candy from his M&M Lady Liberty.
FDA Salt Regulation - Lori Roman & Michael JacobsonThe Colbert ReportS6
Lori Roman and Michael Jacobson debate the FDA's plan to limit the amount of salt allowed in processed food.
Times Square TerrorismThe Colbert ReportS6
They may take our safety and security, but they will never take our rhinestone-studded Big Apple thongs and porn shop anal beads.
BP's Undersea DomeThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen demonstrates BP's plan to clean up the oil leak with a fish bowl, a bag of oil and a pair of nose hair clippers.
Elizabeth WarrenThe Colbert ReportS6
Elizabeth Warren supports financial regulation that will put rules back in place and rein Wall Street in a little bit.
Boom! Doesn't Go the DynamiteThe Colbert ReportS6
The FBI releases the audio of Faisal Shahzad's last-minute phone call to the Taliban prior to his arrest.
Stephen Hawking Is Such an A-Hole - Time TravelThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen "Hef on Wheels" Hawking wouldn't go back in time to kill Hitler or save Jesus -- he'd tag Marilyn Monroe in her prime.
The Word - Flight RiskThe Colbert ReportS6
Michael J. Fox interrupts Stephen so they can talk about his new book, "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Future."
Intro - 5/4/10The Colbert ReportS6
Authorities capture the attempted Times Square bombing suspect, and Mark Moffett says humans have a lot in common with ants.
Sign Off - Michael J. Fox Gets Locked InThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen wishes he had time to talk to Michael J. Fox about his book, "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Future."
Mark MoffettThe Colbert ReportS6
Mark Moffett describes the elaborate social structures of ants that include market economies and nationalism.
Sign Off - Dancing With JulianThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen dances with Julian, the new cameraman he found on Rentboy.com.
Dave IsayThe Colbert ReportS6
Dave Isay has learned that moms, no matter where they come from, share a lot in common.
Intro - 5/5/10The Colbert ReportS6
Stephen's Alpha Dog will bark your throat out, there's an enemy in your backyard, and Dave Isay discusses his book about moms.
The Enemy Within - Backyard ClotheslineThe Colbert ReportS6
Neighbors fine Susan Taylor for violating subdivision rules, but nothing will stop her from drying her clothes outside.
Alpha Dog of the Week - George RekersThe Colbert ReportS6
Reverend George Rekers travels to Europe with a male prostitute because he can't lift his own luggage.
Nashville Flood WakeboarderThe Colbert ReportS6
The fun police bust a guy wakeboarding on top of what was once a productive Nashville business district.
Stewart BrandThe Colbert ReportS6
Stewart Brand accepts the use of nuclear power because he wants to see us get off all the fossil fuels.
White People Prayer GapThe Colbert ReportS6
Franklin Graham calls Islam an evil religion that practices murder, and white people are getting outprayed.
British Election Couverage - Andrew SullivanThe Colbert ReportS6
As the polls close in Great Britain's parliamentary election, Andrew Sullivan predicts chaotic results.
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