The Colbert Report
Nonstop Libya-Gate Questions
Season 9 • 10/24/2012
Fox News continues to ask whether or not Obama is to blame for the Benghazi terrorist attacks.
The Colbert ReportS9 Elusive, Mysterious, Undecided Voters
The electoral kitchen is closing in two weeks, and some voters still can't decide if they want the black and white cookie or the decaf Wheat Thin.
The Colbert ReportS9 Lance Armstrong's Doping Scandal
The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency comes down on Lance Armstrong, and Stephen addresses accusations of ball doping.
The Colbert ReportS9 Sign Off - Manischewitz
Stephen says goodnight and twists open a bottle of Manischewitz.
The Colbert ReportS9 Stephen Colbert's Debate 2012 Coverage
Mitt Romney lays out his prosecution of Barack Obama's weak foreign leadership and becomes a "plausible" president.
The Colbert ReportS9 John Grisham
John Grisham talks about his rivalry with Stephen King, his days as a starving lawyer, and his latest book, "The Racketeer."
The Colbert ReportS9 Sign Off - GOP Rape Mention Tally
Stephen updates the "Days Without A GOP Rape Mention" whiteboard.
The Colbert ReportS9 Anthony Everitt
Historian Anthony Everitt talks about Rome's initial lack of culture, brutal empire conquests and his favorite ruler, Julius Caesar.
The Colbert ReportS9 Donald Trump's October Surprise
Donald Trump drops the biggest, classiest, most devastating election game-changer in the human history of time.
The Colbert ReportS9 Richard Mourdock's Rape Comment
Richard Mourdock's rape remark upsets voters and possibly God, so Stephen enlightens his fellow conservatives on rape's approval rating.
The Colbert ReportS9 Intro - 10/24/12
The Libya crisis raises questions, a GOP Senate candidate puts his foot in his mouth, and Anthony Everitt shares his expertise on ancient Roman culture.
The Colbert ReportS9 Nonstop Libya-Gate Questions
Why didn't the consulate have more security, why was the intelligence so slow to come out, and if you put a statement in the form of a question, is that journalism?
The Colbert ReportS9 Stephen Ghoulbert's Spooky-Time Halloween Fun Guide - Tom Hanks
Tom Hanks would rather help America's children than promote his latest film, "Cloud Atlas," in which he plays six different characters.
The Colbert ReportS9 Sign Off - Murderer Skull Model
Stephen's scientific skull model dons a baseball cap.
The Colbert ReportS9 Mitch Daniels Pt. 1
Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels shares his book, "Keeping the Republic: Saving America by Trusting Americans," and endorses Stephen's book, "America Again."
The Colbert ReportS9 Voting & Hormones
CNN pulls a study that says women will vote for more liberal candidates when they are ovulating.
The Colbert ReportS9 Mitch Daniels Pt. 2
Republican Governor Mitch Daniels explains his vow of political celibacy and encourages Stephen to visit Purdue University.
The Colbert ReportS9 Intro - 10/25/12
Scientific methods predict the election winner, America gets ready for Halloween, and Republican Governor Mitch Daniels talks Indiana.
The Colbert ReportS9 Lilly Ledbetter
Lilly Ledbetter discusses her book, "Grace and Grit: My Fight for Equal Pay and Fairness at Goodyear and Beyond."
The Colbert ReportS9 Hurricane Sandy's Aftermath
Hurricane Sandy devastates 60 million Americans and seven subway tunnels, which means it could be weeks before they're able to restore the scent of urine down there.
The Colbert ReportS9 Flamboyant Sandy & Federal Relief Debate
Hurricane Sandy's gender-ambiguous agenda is to make the federal government look necessary, but Mitt Romney knows that disaster aid belongs to the states.
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