The Colbert Report
The Word - Invisible Inc.
Season 6 • 10/26/2010
America needs anonymous corporations to give untraceable money to faceless congressmen.
The Colbert ReportS6 Nicholas Negroponte
Nicholas Negroponte wants to give laptop computers to children in third-world countries so they can communicate with the rest of the world.
The Colbert ReportS6 The Word - Midterm Erection
A large number of lady politicians say it's time that America ditches the ballot box in favor of the measuring stick.
The Colbert ReportS6 Who's Honoring Me Now? - Colbert Nation Five Years of Excellence Award
Stephen receives the Colbert Nation Five Years of Excellence Award and assembles a montage of his most world-changing moments.
The Colbert ReportS6 Indecision 2010 - Revenge of the Fallen - Sean Bielat & Ken Buck
Sean Bielat and Ken Buck can't help being politically opportunistic election year gay-baiters -- they were born that way.
The Colbert ReportS6 Sign Off - Fifth Anniversary Portrait
Stephen's new portrait commemorates his speedskating team victory and Grammy Award.
The Colbert ReportS6 Intro - 10/26/10
Stephen looks at how corporate spending affects elections from the Domino's Pizza Pipin' Hot Extra Cheesy Update Corner, and Garry Wills writes a book about himself.
The Colbert ReportS6 Stephen Appears in the New York Times Crossword Puzzle
Stephen fills in the New York Times crossword puzzle with stuff about himself every day, and this time it actually works.
The Colbert ReportS6 Sign Off - Stream Elvis Costello's National Ransom
After you're done listening to Elvis Costello's "National Ransom," go buy something for 10 bucks.
The Colbert ReportS6 Garry Wills
Garry Wills calls himself a disciple of Doris Kearns Goodwin and says the Tea Party movement is a racist endeavor.
The Colbert ReportS6 Food Insurance Insurance
With Glenn Beck's Food Insurance and Stephen's Food Insurance Insurance, America as we know it may end, but at least Americans as we know them will still be fat.
The Colbert ReportS6 The Word - Invisible Inc.
Americans should buy nameless products from anonymous corporations who then give untraceable money to faceless congressmen to pass unknowable laws.
The Colbert ReportS6 Apolo Ohno
Apolo Ohno trains like a boxer with a warrior's mentality, but he's still wearing tights skating in circles.
The Colbert ReportS6 Exclusive - Have You Seen the Ghost of Jon?
Stephen teaches a spooky song that everyone will sing together at the rally to make Jon Stewart drop a load of reason in his pants.
The Colbert ReportS6 Snooki Halloween Costume & Spooky Rally Song
The Wall Street Journal features a drawing of Snooki, and Stephen sings a spooky song that will make Jon Stewart drop a load of reason in his pants.
The Colbert ReportS6 Intro - 10/27/10
Stephen looks at the Democrats' chances in the midterms under an electron microscope and gives Apolo Ohno a regret.
The Colbert ReportS6 Sign Off - 2010 Election Map From Denny's
Stephen colors in his 2010 election map from Denny's.
The Colbert ReportS6 Indecision 2010 - Revenge of the Fallen - Tom Perriello
Tom Perriello is campaigning on the Democrats' record because he thinks Americans are smart enough to understand that results take time.
The Colbert ReportS6 Rand Paul Supporter Stomps on Liberal Activist's Head
Two Rand Paul supporters have the courage to throw a liberal activist to the ground and hold her down, while a third hero stomps on her head.
The Colbert ReportS6 Fear for All Pt. 1
A gay editor, a Mexican guy, an imam, a grizzly coddler and a possible robot scare the crap out of Stephen.
The Colbert ReportS6 Fear for All Pt. 2
Stephen knows that Muslims feel anger and gay people are often very sad, but he isn't sure if bears have feelings.
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