The Colbert Report
Intro - 7/27/06
Season 2 • 07/27/2006
Hopefully, Marvel Comics editor-in-chief Joe Quesada won't make Stephen angry.
Intro - 7/26/06The Colbert ReportS2
In this episode, the Iraqi Prime Minister addresses Congress, how to survive a blackout and a visit from Neal Katyal, who defended Gitmo detainees before the Supreme Court.
Rescue Stephen Jr.The Colbert ReportS2
After seeing horrific video footage, Stephen puts together a crack commando squad to rescue his eagle son, Stephen Jr.
The Word - DemocrazyThe Colbert ReportS2
For fear that Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki is too crazy, Stephen suggests maybe we bring back Saddam Hussein.
Stephen's Family TreeThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen agrees with columnist John Stossel that it's perfectly okay to marry your cousins.
Sign Off - Super Hero StampsThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen is outraged the U.S. Postal Service didn't put Captain America on one of their superhero stamps.
Stephen's Sound Advice - BlackoutsThe Colbert ReportS2
Arming yourself and getting it on will help protect your plasma screen TV during a blackout.
Joe QuesadaThe Colbert ReportS2
Marvel Comics editor-in-chief Joe Quesada discusses a new series of comics entitled Civil War, which combines superheroes with today's government.
Better Know a District - District of Columbia - Eleanor Holmes NortonThe Colbert ReportS2
Since the District of Columbia is not a state, it is not in the United States.
Floyd Landis' BallsThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen defends Floyd Landis' high level of testosterone with the argument that Americans have huge balls.
The Word - Secretary-General BoltonThe Colbert ReportS2
The U.N. should appoint John Bolton to its Secretary-General position and bring the world together by tearing it apart.
Intro - 7/27/06The Colbert ReportS2
In this episode, John Bolton fighting for his job, a profile of Eleanor Holmes Norton and a visit from Marvel Comics editor-in-chief Joe Quesada.
Tip/Wag - Lance BassThe Colbert ReportS2
A tip of the hat to Lance Bass: it takes a brave man to admit he's gay and an even braver man to volunteer to be shot into space for being gay.
The Word - WikialityThe Colbert ReportS2
On Wikipedia, we can create a reality that we can all agree on -- the reality we just agreed on.
Book ClubThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen and his book club start the meeting with a book burning.
Ned LamontThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen asks Senate hopeful Ned Lamont if he thinks the president's going to kiss him.
Bicycle TheftThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen loves local news: there's no getting bogged down in the issues, it's half murder, half news you can use -- no fat.
Intro - 7/31/06The Colbert ReportS2
Stephen profiles Wikipedia and the response to Lance Bass coming out of the closet, and thanks Ned Lamont for destroying the Democratic Party.
The Word - UncoolThe Colbert ReportS2
Rather than trying to come up with a smoking vaccine, scientists should concentrate on real problems, like lung cancer.
Peter BeinartThe Colbert ReportS2
Peter Beinart stops by to talk about his book, "The Good Fight," and why he changed his mind about the war.
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