The Colbert Report
Season 6 • 09/16/2010
Lawrence O'Donnell says the Tea Party movement has made it a tough time for pundits.
The Word - Mutually Assured CoercionThe Colbert ReportS6
Whether Americans burn the Koran or build the mosque at Ground Zero, the Islamic world will attack.
Saul GriffithThe Colbert ReportS6
In order to solve global warming, Saul Griffith says we have to change our behaviors, not just our technologies.
Sign Off - World-Changing AnnouncementThe Colbert ReportS6
You'll want to watch Stephen's world-changing announcement, particularly if you're in the hotel industry in DC.
LiberteaThe Colbert ReportS6
Carl Paladino sends pornographic e-mails to a specific group of friends, and Christine O'Donnell argues that masturbation is adultery.
Atone Phone - Joan Rivers CallsThe Colbert ReportS6
Joan Rivers tells Stephen that if he looked any doughier in his tux at the Emmys, he'd be working for Pillsbury.
Intro - 9/15/10The Colbert ReportS6
Stephen gets to go to a Chinese restaurant for the Jewish high holidays, and Saul Griffith tries to solve global warming.
March to Keep Fear Alive AnnouncementThe Colbert ReportS6
To restore truthiness and fight Jon Stewart's creeping reasonableness, Stephen announces his March to Keep Fear Alive.
Sign Off - March to Keep Fear AliveThe Colbert ReportS6
Don't forget to book your trip to Washington, D.C. for Stephen's March to Keep Fear Alive on October 30th.
ThreatDown - Bedbugs & Environmentalists - Jerome GoddardThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen asks Jerome Goddard how to stop the rabid infestation of bedbugs that seems to have come about during the Obama administration.
Lawrence O'DonnellThe Colbert ReportS6
Lawrence O'Donnell predicts that a Tea Party Congress would get sworn in and immediately move to adjourn for the rest of the year.
Tip/Wag - Chilean Miners, Portland Press Herald & Isa BlythThe Colbert ReportS6
Trapped Chilean miners get cigarettes, the Portland Press Herald issues an apology, and a 106-year-old woman credits her longevity to being a virgin.
Intro - 9/20/10The Colbert ReportS6
Everyone's talking about the March to Keep Fear Alive, a 106-year-old woman shares her secret to long life, and Pavement reunites after 11 years.
PavementThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen Malkmus explains how Pavement can be such an influential band and not have a number one hit.
March to Keep Fear Alive Media CoverageThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen's greatest fear is that he's not getting enough media attention for his March to Keep Fear Alive.
Christine O'Donnell Witch TestThe Colbert ReportS6
If Christine O'Donnell sinks to the bottom of the river and drowns, her bloated corpse can march to victory with a clean record.
Intro - 9/21/10The Colbert ReportS6
Poverty in America is at an all-time high, Craigslist shuts down its adult services, and Google CEO Eric Schmidt searches for himself.
Eric SchmidtThe Colbert ReportS6
Google CEO Eric Schmidt wants people to remember that when you post something online, computers will remember it forever.
In Poor Taste - Mark ShriverThe Colbert ReportS6
If Mark Shriver says, "help the poor or they will rise up against us," Stephen will invite him to the March to Keep Fear Alive.
Sign Off - Sign Up for the March to Keep Fear AliveThe Colbert ReportS6
Visit the Keep Fear Alive Facebook page to sign up for the march, but don't follow rally4sanity on Twitter.
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