The Colbert Report
Season 4 E 19 • 02/06/2008
Tad Devine explains the difference between delegates and superdelegates.
Conan and JonThe Colbert ReportS4 E17
Conan warned both Jon and Stephen and now they will have to pay.
Post-Show Ass KickingThe Colbert ReportS4 E17
Jon and Stephen must wait for Conan to do his show before they can fight.
Happy Super Tuesday!The Colbert ReportS4 E18
Stephen has a way to figure out which Republican candidate is most like Reagan.
Mukasey on TortureThe Colbert ReportS4 E18
Waterboarding is torture when it's done to Attorney General Michael Mukasey.
Angelo FalconThe Colbert ReportS4 E18
Angelo Falcon tells Stephen that the Republicans have been chucking the Latino vote out the window.
Hillary Is a TargetThe Colbert ReportS4 E18
Hillary is the perfect candidate on whom to pin our fragile hopes and dreams.
Bob DoleThe Colbert ReportS4 E18
Stephen asks Senator Bob Dole to sign his letter of recommendation.
Richard BrookhiserThe Colbert ReportS4 E19
Richard Brookhiser tells Stephen that John McCain is the likely candidate for the Republicans.
Clap Clap Point PointThe Colbert ReportS4 E19
Before her Super Tuesday victory speech, Hillary Clinton played her favorite game.
Better Know a Lobby - Human Rights Campaign Pt. 1The Colbert ReportS4 E19
Joe Solmonese, lobbyist for the Human Rights Campaign, explains why he is not gay for Huckabee.
Tad DevineThe Colbert ReportS4 E19
Stephen asks Tad Devine about superdelegates and their mutant powers.
Huckabee's Still InThe Colbert ReportS4 E20
Mike Huckabee comes on the show to prove that he still has a shot at the Presidency.
Mark MoffettThe Colbert ReportS4 E20
Mark Moffett introduces Stephen to a contender for world's largest frog.
Better Know a Lobby - Human Rights Campaign Pt. 2The Colbert ReportS4 E20
Stephen does his best to lobby for Joe Solmonese to become a straight man.
Stephen's Ethnic MinuteThe Colbert ReportS4 E20
Presenting: Stephen's Black Chinese History New Year Month Minute.
Aubrey de GreyThe Colbert ReportS4 E21
Professor Aubrey de Grey researches a way to make John McCain younger.
Goodbye MittThe Colbert ReportS4 E21
Stephen bids farewell to Mitt Romney's presidential campaign.
Portrait Check-InThe Colbert ReportS4 E21
Stephen checks in with Marc Pachter of the National Portrait Gallery to see how his portrait is doing.
Obama Wins a GrammyThe Colbert ReportS4 E21
Barack Obama won a Grammy -- essential hardware for a candidate these days.
Philip ZimbardoThe Colbert ReportS4 E21
Stephen gives Philip Zimbardo a lesson on heaven, hell and Lucifer.
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