The Colbert Report
Neil deGrasse Tyson
Season 3 • 04/30/2007
The newly discovered planet is so far away, it's just now receiving "Beavis and Butthead."
The Colbert ReportS3 Tom Wolfe
Stephen disagrees with new journalism because he believes people want entertaining journalism, not factual journalism.
The Colbert ReportS3 Intro - 4/26/07
The U.S. Army's constructing walls in Iraq, Stephen gets to know Guam better, and author Tom Wolfe talks about journalism.
The Colbert ReportS3 Stephanie Lost
Stephen reminds Stephanie Colbertle the turtle to maintain her dignity after losing the Great Turtle Race.
The Colbert ReportS3 The Word - Mending Wall
Gated communities in Iraq -- they've been doing it Florida and the old people seem to like it.
The Colbert ReportS3 Better Know a Protectorate - Guam - Madeleine Bordallo
Stephen tells Guam Rep. Madeleine Bordallo that if she can't find Guam on a map of the continental U.S. that means Guam isn't part of America.
The Colbert ReportS3 Sign Off - Yuri Kuklachev
Stephen apologizes to Yuri Kuklachev of the Moscow Cat Circus for bringing his Rottweiler to work.
The Colbert ReportS3 Intro - 4/30/07
Scientists find a new Earth-like planet, The New York Times encourages presidential candidates to debate the environment, and guest Bill Bradley talks about oil and ice cream.
The Colbert ReportS3 Tip/Wag - Shrek
Bravo, Shrek, for encouraging our kids to do more than sit around the house all day watching 'Shrek' DVDs.
The Colbert ReportS3 Bill Bradley
Stephen tells Bill Bradley he doesn't mind the old American story or being addicted to oil.
The Colbert ReportS3 First Democratic Debate for '08
Stephen has a recurring nightmare where the Democrats take over the Senate and the House, and he cannot wait to wake up.
The Colbert ReportS3 Neil deGrasse Tyson
Stephen assumes Neil deGrasse Tyson's book, "Death By Black Hole," is a pro-capital punishment argument.
The Colbert ReportS3 Mitt's Favorite Book
Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney's favorite author is L. Ron Hubbard.
The Colbert ReportS3 Intro - 5/1/07
Stephen wonders whether public radio is destroying America, Tony Stewart accuses NASCAR of fixing races, and guest Malcolm Gladwell defends making decisions without thinking.
The Colbert ReportS3 The Word - Who Cares?
NASCAR driver Tony Stewart complains NASCAR is selling fiction by fixing races to appear closer than they are, but Stephen asks -- who cares?
The Colbert ReportS3 NPR Correction
Stephen offers a travel mug, tote bag and a book on quilting to NPR hosts to tempt them to air his inaccurate statements.
The Colbert ReportS3 Malcolm Gladwell
Malcolm Gladwell explains that Colin Powell knew what would happen in Iraq because of his experience and Stephen claims knowledge is elitist.
The Colbert ReportS3 Stephen's Horse
As a child, Stephen gave up his velvet hat and jodhpurs to play center field.
The Colbert ReportS3 Intro - 5/2/07
George Bush vetoes the Iraq funding bill, guest Gina Kolata says Americans are obsessed with losing weight, and captured terrorists: should they be sent abroad to be tortured?
The Colbert ReportS3 HR 1591
Bill HR 1591 opposing the Iraq war was born May 1st, 2007 at 3:30 p.m. It died May 1st, 2007 at 6:10 p.m. Stephen is sorry for the Democrats' loss.
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