The Colbert Report
Sign Off - Sign Up for the March to Keep Fear Alive
Season 6 • 09/29/2010
When the going gets tough, the tough go to KeepFearAlive.com.
Corn Packer ApologyThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen apologizes to any gay Iowans he may have offended when he used the term "corn packer" in his congressional testimony.
Ross DouthatThe Colbert ReportS6
Ross Douthat doesn't think Christine O'Donnell's anti-masturbation stance makes for good public policy.
Intro - 9/28/10The Colbert ReportS6
Stephen doesn't care if Democratic voters are suffering from apathy and doubts if Ross Douthat is that conservative.
Left Behind - Paul BegalaThe Colbert ReportS6
Paul Begala wants Democrats to rise up out of the grave, grab a shovel and smack John Boehner upside his orange head.
Terror a New OneThe Colbert ReportS6
Protect yourself from Muslim vampires by rubbing your neck with pork sausage, and protect your privacy by wearing costumes to the March to Keep Fear Alive.
Sign Off - Democratic GraveThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen says goodnight to the grave where Democrats are buried.
ThreatDown - Record Breaking Gays, Koalas & PurellThe Colbert ReportS6
Two men set the world record for longest kiss, the koala population suffers from Chlamydia, and hand sanitizer doesn't work.
March to Keep Fear Alive Insanity BusThe Colbert ReportS6
Arianna Huffington should provide Stephen's fans with insanity buses to the March to Keep Fear Alive or change the editorial tone of her website.
Steven RattnerThe Colbert ReportS6
Steven Rattner talks about what would have happened if the Obama administration hadn't bailed out the auto industry.
The Word - Original SpinThe Colbert ReportS6
A good Supreme Court justice is a Constitutional scholar first and a time traveling mind reader second.
Sign Off - Sign Up for the March to Keep Fear AliveThe Colbert ReportS6
When the going gets tough, the tough go to KeepFearAlive.com and sign up for Stephen's rally.
President Obama Endorses the Rally to Restore SanityThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen isn't worried about President Obama's endorsement of the Rally to Restore Sanity because it's the kiss of death.
Droid RageThe Colbert ReportS6
European researchers teach a cybernetic savage how to kill, and scientists in California invent robot skin.
Stat of the UnionThe Colbert ReportS6
Most Americans fail a quiz asking basic questions about religion, and Stephen urges his viewers to make babies.
Intro - 9/30/10The Colbert ReportS6
Stephen wonders if robots are becoming too human, questions poll reliability and talks to Aaron Sorkin in the hall while people hand them stuff.
Aaron SorkinThe Colbert ReportS6
Aaron Sorkin explains why he didn't go to Harvard, worries about child porn on his hard drive and calls Facebook a performance.
Sign Off - March to Keep Fear Alive CostumesThe Colbert ReportS6
Come to the March to Keep Fear Alive disguised as your biggest fear, which Stephen assumes is the end of the show.
Intro - 10/4/10The Colbert ReportS6
Muslims seek acceptance in America, the Tea Party reaches out to kids, and Eugene Robinson talks about the four groups that make up black America.
Eugene RobinsonThe Colbert ReportS6
Eugene Robinson sees four categories of black America, and Stephen should feel threatened by all of them.
Tip/Wag - Tea Party Coloring Book & CALM LegislationThe Colbert ReportS6
Kids learn Tea Party values from a coloring book, and the Senate prevents commercials from being played louder than TV shows.
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