The Colbert Report
Season 6 • 03/15/2010
Robert Baer claims that two long wars have prevented the CIA from gathering intelligence.
Karl Rove's New BookThe Colbert ReportS6
Karl Rove discloses the bombshell that it wasn't him who spread the rumor that John McCain fathered an illegitimate black baby.
David AaronovitchThe Colbert ReportS6
David Aaronovitch looks into why intelligent people believe really dumb things about what happens.
Sign Off - Thanks, Karl RoveThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen thanks his loaf of ham, Karl Rove, for co-hosting.
The Colbert Repoll - Scott RasmussenThe Colbert ReportS6
Scott Rasmussen explains that Americans like the idea of health care reform, but they don't like the bill in Congress.
Monkey on the Lam - FloridaThe Colbert ReportS6
Florida authorities try to capture a monkey with a drug addiction and two Facebook pages.
Intro - 3/15/10The Colbert ReportS6
Stephen gets to the bottom of the media's focus on sex scandals and asks Robert Baer if the squirrel is in the basket.
Sign Off - Goodnight With BalloonThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen says goodnight with his balloon.
Daylight Savings TimeThe Colbert ReportS6
If the time totalitarians don't turn the clocks back to where they belong by the first Sunday in November, there will be hell to pay.
The Word - AfghanistanThe Colbert ReportS6
The media ignores the war in Afghanistan to cover a much more important story -- Patrick Kennedy's meltdown on Capitol Hill.
I Can't Believe It's Not Buddha - Raj PatelThe Colbert ReportS6
The power of the Colbert Bump exceeds even Stephen's expectations when rumors speculate that Raj Patel might be the messiah.
Robert BaerThe Colbert ReportS6
Robert Baer wants the troops to get better intelligence from the government, not the private sector.
I's on Edjukashun - Texas School BoardThe Colbert ReportS6
Eric Foner disagrees with the Texas school board's decision to give students a completely misleading view of history.
Thought for Food - Donna Simpson, Le Whif & Cat LitterThe Colbert ReportS6
A New Jersey resident strives to be the heaviest woman alive, Le Whif makes inhalable food, and a company turns corn into cat litter.
Sign Off - Remember to Wear GreenThe Colbert ReportS6
Don't forget to wear green for St. Patrick's Day -- it really helps hides the vomit.
Barack Joe-BamaThe Colbert ReportS6
Barack Obama shows he's an average Joe ready to get down to the hard work of passing health care by rolling up his sleeves.
Intro - 3/16/10The Colbert ReportS6
Stephen finds out what's in children's textbooks and discusses the ethics of science with Rebecca Skloot.
Rebecca SklootThe Colbert ReportS6
Rebecca Skloot discusses Henrietta Lacks, whose cells were the first to be immortal and commercialized.
Nell Irvin PainterThe Colbert ReportS6
Nell Irvin Painter debates the meaning of white people and arm-wrestles Stephen over the Scots-Irish.
Sport Report - Vasectomies, Chess Boxing & GolfThe Colbert ReportS6
Doctors offer March Madness vasectomy deals, chess players punch opponents in the face, and Tiger Woods hires Ari Fleischer.
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