The Colbert Report
Indecision 2010 - Intro - 11/2/10
Season 6 • 11/02/2010
Republicans hope for a tsunami with the midterm elections.
Jonathan AlterThe Colbert ReportS6
According to Jonathan Alter, Barack Obama had a more productive first two years than any president since Lyndon Johnson, but the message didn't get out.
A Fond Look Back at the RallyThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen estimates the rally attendance and takes a fond look back at the heroes in their fearful finest.
Hispanic and Gay Voters Should Stay at HomeThe Colbert ReportS6
A Nevada campaign ad urges Hispanic voters to stay at home, and gays finally stop undermining the sanctity of straight voting.
Midterm Senate Races - Nevada, Alaska & DelawareThe Colbert ReportS6
Sharron Angle uses a decoy to dodge the press, Stephen tries to spell "Murkowski," and Christine O'Donnell believes in the power of prayer.
Intro - 11/1/10The Colbert ReportS6
Stephen devotes his show to making decorative birdhouses after the fear part of him is killed by audience chants at the rally.
Indecision 2010 - David FrumThe Colbert ReportS6
David Frum believes the midterm elections are a great opportunity to redirect America onto a more balanced, centrist course.
Indecision 2010 - Katrina vanden HeuvelThe Colbert ReportS6
Katrina vanden Heuvel urges Democrats to regain their role as a party of the people, by the people and for the people.
Indecision 2010 - Sign Off - Election to End All ElectionsThe Colbert ReportS6
The important thing for every American to remember about the midterm elections is that this is how it will be forever.
Indecision 2010 - GOP Takes HouseThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen proves that his midterm election coverage is a live broadcast and reports on voting machine irregularities.
Indecision 2010 - Intro - 11/2/10The Colbert ReportS6
Stephen's live coverage of the midterm elections follows the change sweeping through America.
Stephen Colbert Gives You PropsThe Colbert ReportS6
California votes down Prop 19, Rhode Island rejects an initiative to shorten its name, and Oklahoma bans Sharia law.
Intro - 11/3/10The Colbert ReportS6
California voters decide whether to legalize marijuana, and Doris Kearns Goodwin puts the midterm election into historical perspective.
Doris Kearns GoodwinThe Colbert ReportS6
After the Republican victories in the midterm election, Doris Kearns Goodwin thinks Barack Obama has to figure out how to laugh at himself.
We Hardly Better Knew YeThe Colbert ReportS6
CNN picks up an unprecedented amount of opinions, the Sharron Angle Mystery Policy Box remains a secret, and Stephen says goodbye to some fallen friends.
Sign Off - Smiley Face BalloonThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen draws a smiley face on a balloon.
Intro - 11/4/10The Colbert ReportS6
Alaska still doesn't know which Republican will win, a children's TV character is outed, and Elvis Costello threatens to cut off Stephen's thumbs.
Elvis CostelloThe Colbert ReportS6
Elvis Costello is ready for the Colbert Bump because his albums don't sell like hotcakes.
Spider-Man Is Alaska's Write-In CandidateThe Colbert ReportS6
Since no one knows Spider-Man's identity, Alaska's write-in votes could actually be for Joe Miller.
Tip/Wag - TSA, Bert & DogsThe Colbert ReportS6
The TSA offers friendly skies with benefits, Bert moves from PBS to LGBT, and Stephen appeals to an unexpected demographic.
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