The Colbert Report
Water Crisis in West Virginia
Season 10 • 01/13/2014
A chemical spill in West Virginia leaves 300,000 people without tap water.
Intro - 1/8/14The Colbert ReportS10
America is enveloped in record cold temperatures, and North Korea's Kim Jong-un celebrates his birthday.
Sign Off - People's Choice AwardThe Colbert ReportS10
Stephen wins a People's Choice Award and thanks all the people who made it possible.
Robert Gates's "Duty"The Colbert ReportS10
Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates pens a memoir that harshly questions Obama's commitment to the war in Afghanistan.
New Jersey Bridge Scandal - Chris Christie's Someone Else-a CulpaThe Colbert ReportS10
Chris Christie fervently denies involvement in shutting down the George Washington Bridge.
Jeff SkollThe Colbert ReportS10
Participant Media's Jeff Skoll discusses his mission to create films that raise awareness of important issues.
New Jersey Bridge Scandal - Damning EmailsThe Colbert ReportS10
Emails reveal that Chris Christie's staffers intentionally held up traffic on the George Washington Bridge.
Sign Off - Back ScratchThe Colbert ReportS10
Stephen finds a wholesome use for a sex toy.
Intro - 1/13/14The Colbert ReportS10
The Iraq War debate continues, marketing gets an upgrade, and David Fanning is the executive producer of PBS's Frontline.
The Word - Never-Ender's GameThe Colbert ReportS10
As Al Qaeda claims control of Fallujah, critics argue that America's withdrawal from Iraq was premature.
Mirriad & Retroactive Product PlacementThe Colbert ReportS10
A company gives advertisers the power to insert ads into TV reruns.
Water Crisis in West VirginiaThe Colbert ReportS10
West Virginians go days without tap water after a chemical spill contaminates the supply.
Sport Report - BaseballThe Colbert ReportS10
A-Rod is suspended for performance-enhancing drugs, and The Five's Greg Gutfeld argues that people should do any drug that helps them win.
Sport Report - Winter SportsThe Colbert ReportS10
Pat Buchanan defends Russia's anti-gay laws, and openly-gay Billie Jean King is a delegate to the Russian Olympics.
Sport Report - Billie Jean KingThe Colbert ReportS10
Tennis legend Billie Jean King discusses anti-gay discrimination, being a U.S. delegate to the Russian Olympics, and her willingness to speak out for gay rights.
Deborah SolomonThe Colbert ReportS10
Art critic Deborah Solomon talks contemporary art and shares insights from her Norman Rockwell biography, "American Mirror."
Gabriel ShermanThe Colbert ReportS10
"The Loudest Voice in the Room" author Gabriel Sherman discusses the larger-than-life personality of Roger Ailes.
Alpha Dog of the Week - Francois HollandeThe Colbert ReportS10
A sex scandal engulfs France's Francois Hollande when he is caught cheating on one mistress with another mistress.
Ad for AmericaThe Colbert ReportS10
The Obama administration teams up with USA Tourism to advertise America's greatness.
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