The Colbert Report
Sign Off - The Land of Nod
Season 3 • 07/14/2007
With any luck, Stephen will see you Monday.
Civil Unrest in IranThe Colbert ReportS3
The Iranian government began rationing gas to its citizens, causing long lines and riots. This is fantastic news -- Iran today is like America in the 1970s.
Intro - 6/28/07The Colbert ReportS3
Tonight: A Republican senator turns against the war, a segment for high-income viewers, and Stephen shows guest Doug Bailey his centrist finger.
Doug BaileyThe Colbert ReportS3
Doug Bailey's Unity '08 party is trying to draft candidates by popular demand, including Michael Bloomberg, Tom Brokaw, and Stephen.
Spot the DifferenceThe Colbert ReportS3
The New York Times ran two identical pictures of 10 Downing Street, one with Tony Blair's departure and one with Gordon Brown's arrival. Stephen plays "Spot the Difference."
The Word - Profiles In TimingThe Colbert ReportS3
Now that his anti-war speech won't lead to any action, Senator Richard Lugar is selling the president out.
Intro - 6/14/07The Colbert ReportS3
Stephen discusses gays in the military and how to save money on your summer vacation, and interviews Daniel Smith.
Stephen BenjaminThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen Benjamin doesn't offer Congress any better ideas on how to route gays out of the military.
Daniel B. SmithThe Colbert ReportS3
Moses and Socrates are just a couple of the famous people in history who have heard voices in their heads.
Fred Thompson on FireThe Colbert ReportS3
Fred Thompson never wanted the job of president, but he'd take it.
Bears & Balls - Summer Vacation EditionThe Colbert ReportS3
As a souvenir of your trip to Zimbabwe, you might consider buying Zimbabwe.
Sign Off - The Land of NodThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen is off to the Land of Nod, a nearby Indian nation with casino gambling and bars that close at six a.m.
Sign Off - Take FiveThe Colbert ReportS3
The episode is running long, but Stephen has the answer -- push midnight back by five minutes.
Difference Makers - Johnna MinkThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen was voted "Least Misogynistic" by his men's-only country club, and that's why pole dancing instructor Johnna Mink is this week's Difference Maker.
Intro - 7/16/07The Colbert ReportS3
Gays are boosting property values, Stephen compliments the ladies, and Senator Ben Nelson has a plan for Iraq.
Ben NelsonThe Colbert ReportS3
Senator Ben Nelson says you can call the conflict in Iraq "sectarian violence" if you wish to. Stephen wishes to.
Richard FloridaThe Colbert ReportS3
The Bohemian-Gay Index is part of a new series of statistics that indicates that gay people raise property values in a neighborhood -- not the San Francisco phone book.
Tunneling to Free Scooter LibbyThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen spent all of The Report's two-week hiatus digging a tunnel so he could free Scooter Libby.
All-Night Senate SessionThe Colbert ReportS3
The Senate gets set to debate the Iraq war all night, so Stephen resolves to show his solidarity and broadcast for 24 hours straight -- no matter what he has to preempt.
1,428 Minutes to GoThe Colbert ReportS3
It's hour nine of the all-night Senate debate on Iraq, and minute 12 of The Colbert Report's solidarity marathon.
Tip/Wag - Michael Chertoff's Gut-O-MeterThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen tips his hat to Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff's guts, then wags his finger at IHOP's flapjack diplomacy and Japan's changes to its justice system.
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