The Colbert Report
Sport Report - Gilbert Arenas & Mark McGwire
Season 6 • 01/13/2010
Gilbert Arenas keeps a gun in his locker, and Mark McGwire admits to using steroids.
The Colbert ReportS6 Move Your Money - Eugene Jarecki
Eugene Jarecki uses "It's a Wonderful Life" to inspire Americans to pull their money out of large banks, while Stephen offers an alternate interpretation of the film.
The Colbert ReportS6 Intro - 1/12/10
President Obama won't admit we're in the middle of a war, and Raj Patel talks about his book, "The Value of Nothing."
The Colbert ReportS6 Cheating Death - Alzheimer's, Jet Lag & Female Libido
Cell phones may prevent Alzheimer's, the FDA approves a jet lag remedy, and a new drug boosts the female libido.
The Colbert ReportS6 Roxxxy the Sex Robot
A man inspired by 9/11 invents a sex robot with touch sensors and different downloadable personalities.
The Colbert ReportS6 Raj Patel
Raj Patel says the hidden cost of our consumption causes a great deal of environmental harm and social destruction.
The Colbert ReportS6 Intro - 1/13/10
Stephen looks at the controversy surrounding "Avatar" and talks to John Heilemann about his book, "Game Change."
The Colbert ReportS6 Movies That Are Destroying America - Avatar Edition
James Cameron's science-fiction epic sends our children a disturbing message: guys with ponytails have a chance of getting laid.
The Colbert ReportS6 Sign Off - Mark McGwire Action Figure
Stephen says goodnight with his Mark McGwire action figure.
The Colbert ReportS6 Game Change Gossip
What really makes "Game Change" a page-turner is the authors don't bog it down with dead weight like sources or attribution.
The Colbert ReportS6 John Heilemann
John Heilemann is confident his book about the 2008 presidential campaign, "Game Change," is as factually accurate as you can imagine.
The Colbert ReportS6 Sport Report - Gilbert Arenas & Mark McGwire
Washington Wizards star Gilbert Arenas pulls out a gun in the team locker room, and Mark McGwire publicly admits to using steroids.
The Colbert ReportS6 Intro - 1/14/10
Americans walk away from their mortgages, and there's a copay to interview Kathleen Sebelius.
The Colbert ReportS6 Kathleen Sebelius
Kathleen Sebelius discusses her role in the reconciliation of the health care bill between the House and Senate.
The Colbert ReportS6 The Word - Honor Bound
Your honor was so precious to the banks that they bundled it with other people's honor and sold it to Wall Street honor speculators.
The Colbert ReportS6 Watercressgate
Washington, DC is rocked with scandal as "Iron Chef America" lies about using vegetables from the White House garden.
The Colbert ReportS6 Sign Off - Text for Haiti Disaster Relief
Donate $10 to the Red Cross by texting the word "Haiti" to 90999, or check out the list of organizations responding to the crisis.
The Colbert ReportS6 Haiti Disaster Relief Donations - Kathleen Sebelius
Kathleen Sebelius shows everyone how to donate to the Red Cross by texting "Haiti" to 90999.
The Colbert ReportS6 Massachusetts Special Election
The Massachusetts Senate race is the kind of national election Stephen loves -- the type that gets decided by one state.
The Colbert ReportS6 Emily Pilloton
Emily Pilloton wants to create things that aren't just well designed, but have a positive social impact.
The Colbert ReportS6 Intro - 1/18/10
Stephen wants to dig for coal, and Emily Pilloton helps the world's needy with industrial design.
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