The Colbert Report
Intro - 9/15/11
Season 7 • 09/15/2011
A major bank loses $2 billion, and David Copperfield investigates illusions.
Return to SenderThe Colbert ReportS7
There's one downside to the United States becoming the only civilized nation without a postal service, but Stephen has just the solution.
Michael MooreThe Colbert ReportS7
Michael Moore describes the defining moment that transformed him from a quiet kid into an outspoken social critic.
Sign Off - GoodnightThe Colbert ReportS7
Stephen says goodnight and shoots WristStrong bands into the audience.
Return to Sender - Phil RubioThe Colbert ReportS7
Former postal worker and author Phil Rubio discusses the important universal service provided by the post office.
Take a Billion, Leave a BillionThe Colbert ReportS7
While the $2 billion UBS lost in rogue trades sounds like a lot, it's only a fraction of what they lost through authorized trades.
Jimmy Fallon & Stephen ReminisceThe Colbert ReportS7
Jimmy Fallon and Stephen find a way to share their fun, private memories of friendship with the world.
FEMA's Waffle House IndexThe Colbert ReportS7
Waffle House becomes FEMA's syrup-smothered canary in a coalmine, which is also available on their menu.
David CopperfieldThe Colbert ReportS7
David Copperfield explores the art and science of illusion and talks about "gut magic."
Sign Off - Stephen's Magic TrickThe Colbert ReportS7
Stephen performs a magic trick and says goodnight.
The Other American Jobs ActThe Colbert ReportS7
Democrats forgot to file their jobs bill with the House of Representatives, so Louie Gohmert filed his own jobs bill with the same name.
Intro - 9/15/11The Colbert ReportS7
$2 billion goes missing from a major bank, and David Copperfield explores the science of illusion.
Jeffrey KlugerThe Colbert ReportS7
Author Jeffrey Kluger discusses the effect of sibling dynamics on people's lives and explains why Stephen is such a charmer.
Barack Obama Unveils the "Buffett Rule"The Colbert ReportS7
It doesn't take a rocket scientist to understand that the U.S. needs money, but conservatives think Barack Obama is waging class warfare by taxing the rich.
The 63rd Emmy AwardsThe Colbert ReportS7
America invented TV, so Americans should get the awards for it.
Sign Off - Colbert Nation's Newest MembersThe Colbert ReportS7
Stephen welcomes Colbert Nation's newest members and says goodnight.
The Word - Death and TaxesThe Colbert ReportS7
If Americans don't find someone to pay the government's tab soon, Congress may get desperate enough to do the unthinkable.
The Gayest PenetrationThe Colbert ReportS7
The end of "don't ask, don't tell" forever changes America's perception of its military.
Daniel YerginThe Colbert ReportS7
Author Daniel Yergin discusses hydrofracking, alternative energy sources and America's decreasing demand for oil.
Wall Street Under SiegeThe Colbert ReportS7
Occupy Wall Street, a self-described leaderless resistance movement, intends to occupy Wall Street until their one demand is decided upon and met.
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