The Colbert Report
Sign Off - Goodbye, 2009
Season 5 • 12/16/2009
Stephen takes a moment to say goodbye to 2009.
President Obama - The Colbert InterviewThe Colbert ReportS5
Stephen sends a fitting replacement to interview President Obama's cardboard cutout about Corrugate-gate.
Intro - 12/15/09The Colbert ReportS5
Stephen brings a can of whoop ass to the war on Christmas, and Grammy darling Alicia Keys performs.
Prescott Financial - Gold, Women & SheepThe Colbert ReportS5
John Slattery for Prescott Financial urges you to diversify your gold portfolio with women and sheep.
Alicia KeysThe Colbert ReportS5
Stephen wants Alicia Keys to address the suburban crowd in her hit song, "Empire State of Mind."
For He's a Jowly Good FellowThe Colbert ReportS5
It takes true political courage for Joe Lieberman to oppose a Medicare buy-in option when he doesn't know what's in it.
The Blitzkrieg on Grinchitude - Treesus & CHRIST-mas TreeThe Colbert ReportS5
Washington State offends Treesus, and the CHRIST-mas Tree puts the focus back on Jesus' agonizing crucifixion.
Accenture Drops Tiger WoodsThe Colbert ReportS5
Accenture was heartbroken to find out Tiger Woods had been endorsing other companies on the side.
Better Know a Stephen - Stephen KingThe Colbert ReportS5
Stephen King believes scary, gross stories make people feel better about their own lives.
Tom BrokawThe Colbert ReportS5
Tom Brokaw calls the last 10 years the "Oh My God" decade where everything was out of sync with what it had been before.
The Word - Spyvate SectorThe Colbert ReportS5
If Congress doesn't reauthorize the Patriot Act, America's corporations are ready to step in.
Sign Off - Goodbye, 2009The Colbert ReportS5
Stephen says goodbye to 2009 and hello to vacation.
Sign Off - Thanks for the New SetThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen thanks the entire production staff and crew for the new set and opening credits.
High-Definition UpgradeThe Colbert ReportS6
Now that Stephen is in high definition, his opinions will be crisper and his anger more saturated.
Erick EricksonThe Colbert ReportS6
Erick Erickson opposes the Republican National Committee's purity test because the voters should decide.
Skate Expectations - Curling Team TryoutsThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen tries curling -- the sport of kings, if your kingdom contains nothing but ice-cold rocks.
Genitalia Bomb ThreatThe Colbert ReportS6
Terrorists will be able to fool the TSA full-body scans by designing a bomb that looks like genitalia.
Skate Expectations - Curling Team Tryouts - Colbert vs. ShusterThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen puts his rocks on the ice and competes for a place on the U.S. curling team.
Intro - Goodbye, Old SetThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen gets a whole new set, which means it's time to say a goodbye to some old friends.
Night of Terror - The Crapification of the American Pant-ScapeThe Colbert ReportS6
Airport crotch screening won't be inconvenient for frequent travelers who have a government-issued photo ID of their balls.
Better Know an Enemy - YemenThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen wants to scare the crap out of you about Yemen with his new high-definition magic monitor.
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