The Colbert Report
Stephen's Moral Dimension
Season 5 • 02/23/2009
Stephen tests his moral dimension.
The DaColbert Code - Oscar PredictionsThe Colbert ReportS5
Instead of watching the movies, Stephen uses the DaColbert Code to pick the Oscar winners.
Adam GopnikThe Colbert ReportS5
Adam Gopnik claims that faith and fear no longer rule our lives because of Abraham Lincoln and Charles Darwin.
Goodbye, Conan O'BrienThe Colbert ReportS5
Conan O'Brien has to get his invisible strings from Stephen if he ever wants to do his little dance again.
Obama Poster Debate - David Ross and Ed ColbertThe Colbert ReportS5
David Ross and Ed Colbert debate the copyright issues surrounding Shepard Fairey's Obama poster.
Exclusive - Stephen's Sexiest MomentsThe Colbert ReportS5
Stephen explores love and lust with feminists, authors and interns.
Stephen's Prayer DayThe Colbert ReportS5
Stephen lets a miracle rip on his prayer day.
Helen FisherThe Colbert ReportS5
Helen Fisher describes what happens to your brain when you're in love.
Breaded Fish SticksThe Colbert ReportS5
Stephen's bread and fish miraculously become breaded fish sticks.
Intro - 2/23/09The Colbert ReportS5
The economic crisis drives people back to church, and Stephen talks chemistry with matchmaking expert, Helen Fisher.
Turning to Religion - Jim MartinThe Colbert ReportS5
Father Jim Martin believes an economic recession lowers people's defenses, making it easier for God to break through.
Stephen's Moral DimensionThe Colbert ReportS5
Stephen tests his moral dimension to find out if people are praying hard enough.
Nailed 'Em - Buffet CrimeThe Colbert ReportS5
Dan Linscomb gets hauled off to jail for allegedly sharing from his buffet plate.
Cliff SloanThe Colbert ReportS5
Cliff Sloan believes that Marbury v. Madison is significant because it established the rule of law.
Mardi Gras CelebrationsThe Colbert ReportS5
Stephen can't afford to give out a whole string of beads in this economy.
1997 FlashbackThe Colbert ReportS5
Stephen hits the Internet to buy some pets.com stock on his new iMac.
Bears & Balls - Company BailoutsThe Colbert ReportS5
Sbarro must cut costs by eliminating expensive ingredients, like cheese and tomatoes.
Analog TVThe Colbert ReportS5
Remember, if you are still watching analog TV, you can't see this.
Tip/Wag - Gorilla Crabs and Gandhi's ShoesThe Colbert ReportS5
Gorilla's gave human groin spiders, and Gandhi lived in his own "Sex and the Ganges" shoe fantasy.
The Word - AblacknophobiaThe Colbert ReportS5
Stephen talks about race while passing his hand through an open flame, eating dollar store peanut butter, and getting covered in tarantulas.
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