The Colbert Report
Season 8 • 03/13/2012
Musician Andrew Bird talks about fatty masses, Renaissance fairs and "Break It Yourself."
Eric Bolling's Secret Gas Prices PlanThe Colbert ReportS8
Fox News contributor Eric Bolling has a secret plan to lower gas prices by a dollar -- if only President Obama would call him.
Sign Off - Goodnight with a SmileThe Colbert ReportS8
Stephen sits on the edge of his desk and says goodnight with a smile.
Katherine BooThe Colbert ReportS8
Journalist Katherine Boo talks about what her experience in Mumbai, India, has taught her about poverty in the United States.
Republicans' Southern Strategy - Dave "Mudcat" SaundersThe Colbert ReportS8
Dave "Mudcat" Saunders explains the Southern culture of "fight, sing, drink, pray" and the Southern values of "God, guns and gays."
Daylight Savings SocialismThe Colbert ReportS8
They say you get your daylight saving's hour back in the fall, but who's earning the interest on that hour in the meantime?
Republicans' Southern StrategyThe Colbert ReportS8
Strange things start happening to Mitt Romney, and Jeff Foxworthy joins his Southern primary campaign.
Cheating Death - Bacon Cure for Nosebleeds & Sound Wave SterilityThe Colbert ReportS8
Scientists find another use for lifesaving bacon, and ultrasound shuts down sperm production in rat testes.
ThreatDown - Stoned Pat Robertson, Muslim-American Reality TV & Pampered BearsThe Colbert ReportS8
An aging Pat Robertson begins to find his mind, "Shahs of Sunset" seduces viewers with Iranian-American sass, and bears go metrosexual.
Republican Southern Primary - Simplified SpeechesThe Colbert ReportS8
While campaigning in the South, Rick Santorum scoffs at global warming while Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich mock Barack Obama's energy plan.
Who's Not Honoring Me Now? - Seattle's Pop ConferenceThe Colbert ReportS8
The Seattle Pop Conference jams to a series of panel discussions and scholarly presentations, but not to Stephen's amazing paper.
Andrew BirdThe Colbert ReportS8
Andrew Bird explains the inspiration for "Eyeoneye" and learns of sad associations with his "The Mysterious Production of Eggs" album.
Mark McKinnonThe Colbert ReportS8
Veteran political strategist Mark McKinnon's No Labels movement has a 12-step program to reform Congress.
Republican Southern Primary - Kermit the FrogThe Colbert ReportS8
Kermit the Frog is an Amphibitarian, which means he is not partisan except when it comes to pigs.
Republican Southern Primary - Rick Santorum Against TelepromptersThe Colbert ReportS8
Rick Santorum speaks off the cuff, which is why his sweaters don't have sleeves.
Greg Smith's Goldman Sachs Op-EdThe Colbert ReportS8
Stephen takes Wall Street executive Greg Smith to task for breaking the sacred trust of "The Street."
Monkey on the Lam - AlabamaThe Colbert ReportS8
There could be any number of gorillas roaming Hale County, AL, and one can only assume they voted for Santorum.
Rush Limbaugh Loses More SponsorsThe Colbert ReportS8
The Army is pulling out of Rush Limbaugh's radio show due to Rush's sexist comments -- but they are staying in Afghanistan.
Ireland's Imported Sperm & Ethnically Accurate HeadgearThe Colbert ReportS8
Stephen offers to solve Ireland's overpriced sperm problem, and presents some authentic cultural garments.
Rick Santorum Visits Puerto Rico and Speaks from His HeartThe Colbert ReportS8
Mitt Romney wins Hawaii and American Samoa primaries, and Rick Santorum visits Puerto Rico.
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