The Colbert Report
Intro - 7/23/07
Season 3 • 07/23/2007
Stephen is too busy reading Harry Potter to introduce the show.
The Colbert ReportS3 March to Enslavement - Stephen Gets an iPhone
After months of begging -- with dignity -- Stephen finally gets a free iPhone.
The Colbert ReportS3 Michael Moore
Stephen isn't comfortable sitting that close to Michael Moore.
The Colbert ReportS3 Frank Sulloway
Frank Sulloway's research indicates that elder siblings have a greater chance of being the smarter sibling. As the youngest of 11, Stephen takes issue with that.
The Colbert ReportS3 Republican Candidates' Suffering
John McCain's "Straight Talk Express" hit a few bumps in the road, most of which turned out to be former passengers.
The Colbert ReportS3 Intro - 7/19/07
Michael Moore criticizes health care, Stephen launches a new segment about emerging technologies, and guest Frank Sulloway wants attention from his parents.
The Colbert ReportS3 Sign Off - Just About Out of Time
The Report is just about out of time. Or, to be exact, it was just about out of time a moment ago.
The Colbert ReportS3 Colbert Platinum - Private Submarines
You've got your Lamborghini, you've got your private jet, you've got your schooner -- what should your next expensive vehicle purchase be? A submarine.
The Colbert ReportS3 Stephen's Fountain of Youth
When Nebraska Senator Ben Nelson appeared on The Report, he didn't just get the Colbert Bump -- his hair looked more brown than usual.
The Colbert ReportS3 Simon Schama
Simon Schama says the purpose of art is to unleash the floodgates of passion. Stephen says FEMA has to protect people from the flooding of his passion.
The Colbert ReportS3 The Word - Premium Package
Americans have basic rights, and those rights should not be denied on the basis of their color, creed, or religion -- it should be on the basis of their tax returns.
The Colbert ReportS3 Intro - 7/23/07
Stephen is too busy reading the newly-released final Harry Potter book to introduce the show.
The Colbert ReportS3 Anthony Romero
ACLU Director Anthony Romero, author of "In Defense of Our America," defends Stephen's right to burn his book.
The Colbert ReportS3 The Word - Modest Porpoisal
Stephen suggests that by eating endangered animals we can prevent their extinction.
The Colbert ReportS3 Movies That Are Destroying America: Chuck and Larry
Stephen just hopes that "I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry" shows the dark side of gay marriage: Kevin James naked.
The Colbert ReportS3 Bush's Butt
If the Bush administration is so secretive, would they have publicly handed over power to Dick Cheney while the president got a camera stuck up his butt?
The Colbert ReportS3 Joining the Illuminati
Stephen tried every crazy handshake he could think of when he met President Bush.
The Colbert ReportS3 Intro - 7/24/07
Stephen discusses a scandal in the German zoo system, talks about the summer blockbuster season and interviews executive director of the ACLU, Anthony Romero.
The Colbert ReportS3 Intro - 7/25/07
Scientists develop a removable tattoo, Fred Thompson demotes his campaign manager, and Stephen asks Charles Kaiser if there's a gay Superman.
The Colbert ReportS3 The Word - No Regrets
Stephen believes that you should never regret a decision but instead get it tattooed on your forehead.
The Colbert ReportS3 Thompson Campaign
Stephen believes America deserves a president who is ready to roll up his sleeves and get to work on a 52-ounce porterhouse.
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