The Colbert Report
Don't Shoot the Schlessinger
Season 6 • 08/18/2010
Laura Schlessinger decides to end her radio show so she can regain her First Amendment rights.
Fox News and Republican Party Make It OfficialThe Colbert ReportS6
Fox News and the Republican Party finally make it official -- their all-white wedding will be beautiful.
Intro - 8/17/10The Colbert ReportS6
Stephen examines the meat industry and talks to Barry Levine about the National Enquirer's credibility.
Newsweek Ranks the World's Best CountriesThe Colbert ReportS6
Newsweek's list of the world's best countries is based on useless criteria like education, quality of life and health.
Barry LevineThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen asks Barry Levine whom he has to sleep with to make it onto the National Enquirer cover.
Better Know a Lobby - American Meat InstituteThe Colbert ReportS6
J. Patrick Boyle believes Americans are great people, but he doesn't agree that they would make quality meat.
Intro - 8/18/10The Colbert ReportS6
Laura Schlessinger gets in trouble over racially charged comments, and Thomas French talks about what it takes to build a zoo.
Sign Off - Sharpened Broom HandleThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen sharpens his broom handle to stab in Brett Favre's eyeball.
Brett Favre Returns to FootballThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen's shocking retirement announcement will hopefully make front-page headlines everywhere.
Thomas FrenchThe Colbert ReportS6
Spending six years at a zoo made Thomas French start to see people's primal behavior underneath.
The Word - Borderline PersonalityThe Colbert ReportS6
It's impossible for America's border patrol to cover hundreds of miles of Arizona desert, but it'd be easy from the Mexican side.
Don't Shoot the SchlessingerThe Colbert ReportS6
The First Amendment guarantees all Americans the right to say what they want on the air without having their sponsors drop them.
Intro - 8/19/10The Colbert ReportS6
Stephen wonders if there is still oil in the Gulf after the BP oil spill and talks to Jon Krakauer about inheriting glory.
The Word - What If You Threw a Peace and Nobody Came?The Colbert ReportS6
President Obama's announcement of the impending conclusion of the Iraq war isn't a declaration of victory -- it's a pizza delivery slogan.
Jon KrakauerThe Colbert ReportS6
Jon Krakauer explains how the Bush administration turned Pat Tillman's death into a propaganda tool.
All's Well That Ends Oil Well - Michael BlumThe Colbert ReportS6
As the shrimp season begins, Michael Blum discusses the human health risks caused by the BP oil spill.
Stephen Wins an EmmyThe Colbert ReportS6
The blanks are empty in Stephen's teleprompter Mad Libs because his writers spent the weekend in Los Angeles winning an Emmy.
The Word - Losing His ReligionThe Colbert ReportS6
President Obama must prove he's Christian by Twittering from the church pew and carrying a Bible everywhere.
Leslie KeanThe Colbert ReportS6
Leslie Kean describes the hard evidence of UFOs and calls for more investigation.
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