The Colbert Report
Season 3 • 08/08/2007
Stephen invites Jim Cramer on the show to find out why he is so upset.
Better Know a Protectorate - American Samoa - Eni FaleomavaegaThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen finds out that the Representative from American Samoa is against the nuclear bombing of Pacific islands.
Sign Off - Colbert CommonsensicalsThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen wants his Colbert Commonsensical to be put on a poster with a snowy white mountain or something.
The Word - The Dark SideThe Colbert ReportS3
In order to win the war on terror, we need to use tactics that we should not even be able to conceive.
Ian BogostThe Colbert ReportS3
Author and video game designer Ian Bogost explains how video games allow people to put themselves in other people's shoes.
Intro - 8/7/07The Colbert ReportS3
In this episode, Stephen discusses the legalization of warrantless wiretapping, takes an in-depth look at American Samoa, and interviews video game designer Ian Bogost.
Yearly Kos ConventionThe Colbert ReportS3
Following in Bill O'Reilly's footsteps, Stephen finds the similarities between the Nazi Party and bloggers.
Wrist Watch - Fighting BackThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen reminds us to treasure our wrists and keep them strong.
Bears & Balls - BootleggingThe Colbert ReportS3
The Chinese market is full of fake Harry Potter books, including "Harry Potter and the Filler of Big."
Tina BrownThe Colbert ReportS3
Tina Brown is the author of "The Diana Chronicles," which is about Princess Diana. Hopefully it comes on a commemorative plate.
Intro - 8/8/07The Colbert ReportS3
In tonight's episode, Stephen sits down with author Tina Brown and finds out what's causing Wall Street's roller coaster ride.
Jim CramerThe Colbert ReportS3
Friend of the show Jim Cramer seemed a little on edge on CNBC last Friday.
Tip/Wag - BloombergThe Colbert ReportS3
If a billionaire mayor can't get out of jury duty, then what hope do the rest of us have?
Intro - 8/9/07The Colbert ReportS3
Stephen sits down with filmmaker Judd Apatow and takes a fair and balanced look at the upcoming presidential candidates.
Judd ApatowThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen commends Judd Apatow on casting a man no woman in her right mind would ever want to sleep with as a 40-year-old virgin.
The Word - ClarityThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen gives each presidential candidate impartial treatment -- from an American hero like Fred Thompson to a money-grubbing Ken doll like John Edwards.
Sign Off - ToenailsThe Colbert ReportS3
Don't forget to clip your toenails before you go to bed.
The Word - White GuyThe Colbert ReportS3
With Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton presenting some serious competition, Stephen suggests that John Edwards declare himself a black woman.
Rove ResignsThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen is having a few problems with prescription painkillers. He's hearing voices and having hallucinations like bats and the resignation of Karl Rove.
Michael JacobsonThe Colbert ReportS3
Michael Jacobson stops by to seriously bum out Stephen about pepperoni pizza, Cheddar Combos and pretty much everything else that he loves to eat.
Sign Off - Americone DreamThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen gives a quick plug for Americone Dream and says it's delicious with salt.
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