The Colbert Report
Season 2 • 05/18/2006
Paleontologist Ted Daeschler shows Stephen his fishopod.
Reagan DimesThe Colbert ReportS2
In support of the new proposal for Ronald Reagan dimes, fellow Americans should get rid of all their old FDR dimes.
Better Know a President - Theodore RooseveltThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen talks to Theodore Roosevelt about hunting, mounting, child labor and his niece, Eleanor.
Jonathan AlterThe Colbert ReportS2
Author Jonathan Alter calls Theodore Roosevelt the Bing Crosby of presidents; Stephen calls George W. Bush the FDR of today.
Difference Makers - Tim DonnellyThe Colbert ReportS2
Tim Donnelly rallies 100 citizens to sing the national anthem -- in "English."
Stephen Colbert's Guardian EaglesThe Colbert ReportS2
Today's prom is a minefield for our youth -- the sex, the gangsta rapping music, the drinking, the smoking of the grass and the smoking of the ecstasy pills.
Fract - This Day in Stephen HistoryThe Colbert ReportS2
On this day in Stephen history, Stephen won the school science fair.
Bears Eat MonkeyThe Colbert ReportS2
Monkeys, stick to your adorable scampering and tire-swinging and stop loitering in bear zones.
Intro - 5/18/06The Colbert ReportS2
In tonight's episode, Stephen talks to paleontologist Ted Daeschler about fossils, and the U.S. restores diplomatic relations with Libya.
The Word - LibyaThe Colbert ReportS2
Now we realize Qaddafi is just a loveable eccentric, kinda like Prince.
Ted DaeschlerThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen asks paleontologists Ted Daeschler why he can't just leave fossils alone to ripen into oil.
Stone PhillipsThe Colbert ReportS2
After a montage of Stephen's greatest guests, Stone Phillips returns for a rematch of their previous gravitas-off.
Helium Balloon DropThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen works out the logistics of dropping a helium balloon.
The In-Box - 100th EpisodeThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen takes a dip into the in-box to see what everyone else thinks of his 100th show.
The Word - MeThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen salutes Me; not just himself, but everyone who's proud to refer to themselves as Me.
My First 100 Shows: How I Changed The WorldThe Colbert ReportS2
After just 100 episodes, The Colbert Report nearly wipes out the North American Grizzly.
666The Colbert ReportS2
The Colbert Report is the only TV studio taping in the vicinity where everyone gets a Bible.
Stephen's Sound Advice - GraduationThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen's advice to college graduates -- move back with your parents, pad your resume, apply for credit cards, don't backpack in Europe, streak the quad and don't graduate.
Christiane AmanpourThe Colbert ReportS2
Christiane Amanpour instructs Stephen on the correct way to pronounce Iraq and Iran.
The Word - MilitaryThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen proposes a military plan that will keep marriage pure between a man and a woman, regardless of whether that man and woman want to stay married.
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