The Colbert Report
Season 10 • 10/28/2013
"Romeo and Juliet" star Orlando Bloom discusses iambic pentameter and learns something about Elves.
Stephen FryThe Colbert ReportS10
The multi-talented Stephen Fry talks about atheism, activism and his Broadway debut in Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night."
Girly Hats for the MarinesThe Colbert ReportS10
The Defense Department spends millions of dollars on hats that threaten to emasculate the Marine Corps.
The Word - PhilantrophyThe Colbert ReportS10
The Dallas Safari Club provides an incentive to save the black rhino by offering a chance to shoot one.
Craziest F#?King Thing I've Ever Heard - TomTatoesThe Colbert ReportS10
Mad botanists defy nature by creating a plant that produces both tomatoes and potatoes.
Intro - 10/24/13The Colbert ReportS10
Stephen saves endangered species, scientists improve agriculture, and Stephen Fry is a Renaissance man.
HealthCare.gov's Missing WomanThe Colbert ReportS10
Stephen laments the loss of the vaguely ethnic smiling woman on the home page of HealthCare.gov.
Lifetime of FurfillmentThe Colbert ReportS10
A travel company in Tokyo offers vacation packages for stuffed animals, inspiring Stephen to take this service to the next level.
Germany's NSA Outrage - Mark MazzettiThe Colbert ReportS10
"The Way of the Knife" author Mark Mazzetti weighs in on the NSA spying revelations, from their effect on diplomatic relations to their impact on journalism.
Germany's NSA OutrageThe Colbert ReportS10
German officials fume over revelations that the NSA listened to Chancellor Merkel's phone conversations.
Orlando BloomThe Colbert ReportS10
Orlando Bloom talks about his Broadway debut in "Romeo and Juliet," his love of the theater and his preference for iambic pentameter.
Rand Paul's Plagiarism ProblemThe Colbert ReportS10
In an effort to help Republican gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli, Rand Paul delivers a speech containing lines seemingly lifted from Wikipedia's "Gattaca" entry.
The Word - On Your FeetThe Colbert ReportS10
As the wealthiest one percent prospers, a growing number of Americans resort to selling their body parts.
Billy CollinsThe Colbert ReportS10
Billy Collins talks about his writing persona and the responsibilities of a poet laureate before joining Stephen in a joint reading from "Aimless Love."
Sign Off - "Aimless Love"The Colbert ReportS10
Stephen says goodnight while reading Billy Collins' book of poetry.
Intro - 10/29/13The Colbert ReportS10
Americans discover a creative way to make ends meet, Stephen ponders plagiarism, and "Aimless Love" author Billy Collins talks poetry.
Intro - 10/30/13The Colbert ReportS10
Marriage faces a new foe, technology changes TV news, and 16-year-old guest Jack Andraka invents an early test for cancer.
The GOP's Self-DisapprovalThe Colbert ReportS10
In an effort to recover from record-low approval ratings, Senate Republicans call backsies on their own votes.
ThreatDown - Divorce, Undocumented Network Jumpers & Global WarmingThe Colbert ReportS10
Divorce spreads like a disease, Good Morning America embraces Hispanic culture, and climate change threatens the McDonald's Dollar Menu.
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