The Colbert Report
Mysteries of the Ancient Unknown - The Pursuit of the Pharaoh's Phallus Pt. 2
Season 6 • 12/07/2010
Stephen wants to confirm that a mysterious penis magically found in the sand belongs to King Tut.
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Mysteries of the Ancient Unknown - The Pursuit of the Pharaoh's Phallus Pt. 1The Colbert ReportS6
Stephen's quest to solve the mystery of King Tut's missing penis leads him to renowned Egyptologist David Silverman.
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A Pentagon study on the repeal of "don't ask, don't tell" is clearly biased towards service members who have no problem with gay people.
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Extending the Bush tax cuts is the fresh injection of sameness that America's stagnant economy needs.
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David and Julie Eisenhower talk about what it was like to be with the man who invented the 1950s but didn't know how to use a telephone.
Mysteries of the Ancient Unknown - The Pursuit of the Pharaoh's Phallus Pt. 2The Colbert ReportS6
Stephen demands that the Egyptian government allow him to perform DNA tests on a mysterious penis to make sure it belongs to King Tut.
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Stephen signs off with a Steve Martin mask.
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Steve Martin puts his art knowledge to the test by choosing between Ellsworth Kelly's "Green" and a Sherwin-Williams paint swatch.
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Stephen can't wait to find out which part of his body he'll photocopy at the Christmas party.
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Julie Taymor agrees that her version of "The Tempest" is "Lost" meets Harry Potter.
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