The Colbert Report
The Word - Truthinews
Season 9 • 06/24/2013
Cable news networks have only one obligation: to report whatever the American people already think.
Iran's Presidential ElectionThe Colbert ReportS9
Iran elects a moderate -- which means, instead of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad calling for Israelis to be driven into the sea, they'll be nudged into a lake.
Sign Off - Paper Towel Tube CageThe Colbert ReportS9
Stephen's caged chicken lays an egg.
Steve King on Chicken CagesThe Colbert ReportS9
Representative Steve King fights back against a California law that pampers America's poultry with 200-inch Egg McMansions.
Nestle's Natural ResourceThe Colbert ReportS9
Nestle will do anything to keep Americans from drinking the commie water flowing out of their communal taps.
Intro - 6/20/13The Colbert ReportS9
A prominent Republican speaks out on animal rights, consumers enjoy a new kind of water, and "Buffy" creator Joss Whedon joins Stephen.
Joss WhedonThe Colbert ReportS9
"Much Ado About Nothing" director Joss Whedon talks about his name, his modern Shakespeare adaptation and "The Avengers 2."
Andrew SolomonThe Colbert ReportS9
In his book "Far from the Tree," Andrew Solomon explores how parents respond to children who are dramatically different from them.
Tiny Triumphs - Laser KlanThe Colbert ReportS9
The FBI charges two Ku Klux Klan members with building a workable death ray.
The IRS & Darrell Issa's GutThe Colbert ReportS9
Darrell Issa refuses to release his interviews with IRS top officials for a very good reason which he also refuses to release.
The Word - TruthinewsThe Colbert ReportS9
Television news channels don't just say what you want to hear, they let you hear you say it.
Brazil's Political ProtestsThe Colbert ReportS9
Brazilians protest their government spending billions on the World Cup, but Esteban Colberto thinks there might be another reason.
George Zimmerman's Murder TrialThe Colbert ReportS9
George Zimmerman's lawyer delivers some Grade A, lighthearted murder trial humor.
Peniel JosephThe Colbert ReportS9
Tufts Professor Peniel Joseph details Section 4 of the 1965 Voting Rights Act, explains colorblind racism and gives a mini history lesson about the civil rights movement.
Intro - 6/25/13The Colbert ReportS9
South America experiences political unrest, a Florida courtroom sees controversy, and Tufts Professor Peniel Joseph examines changes to the Voting Rights Act.
Brazil's Political Protests - Larry RohterThe Colbert ReportS9
Author Larry Rohter talks about Brazil's growing middle class and the 10-cent bus fare increase that prompted multicity riots.
SCOTUS on the Voting Rights ActThe Colbert ReportS9
When it comes to voting laws, Chief Justice John Roberts knows that the South doesn't need to be babysat anymore.
The End of the Voting Rights ActThe Colbert ReportS9
By striking down the Voting Rights Act of 1965, the Supreme Court effectively declares an end to racism in America.
The Supreme Court Rules on DOMAThe Colbert ReportS9
Following the Supreme Court's DOMA ruling, traditional marriage is as defenseless as a freshman frat pledge about to go through the spanking machine.
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