The Colbert Report
Season 9 • 08/07/2013
Ashton Kutcher discusses his role in the biographical film "Jobs."
Broadcast Networks Want More IndecencyThe Colbert ReportS9
Four broadcast networks horn in on basic cable's turf, so Hugh Laurie and Stephen take a stand.
Hugh LaurieThe Colbert ReportS9
Actor Hugh Laurie talks about the blues, his drama series "House" and the greatest bond between England and America.
Sport Report - A-Rod's Drug Scandal & Combat JugglingThe Colbert ReportS9
Alex Rodriguez is allegedly connected to alleged doping operations at an alleged anti-aging clinic, and combat juggling is the summer's hottest sport.
StePhest Colbchella '013 - Special Guest Stephen Colbert!The Colbert ReportS9
Since Daft Punk is going to make a surprise appearance at the MTV Video Music Awards, the French electro-pop megastars have to cancel on Stephen.
StePhest Colbchella '013 - The Song of the Summer of the CenturyThe Colbert ReportS9
Stephen's anti-establishment, convention-destroying rock and roll ethos is brought to you by Hyundai.
Fast-Food Workers Strike - Mary Kay HenryThe Colbert ReportS9
SEIU President Mary Kay Henry explains the economic benefits of turning fast-food jobs into good, middle-class jobs.
Rich White Guys Agreeing with Each Other Alert - Neil CavutoThe Colbert ReportS9
Fast-food employees want their wages doubled, while Fox News anchor Neil Cavuto shares his inspiring story of upward mobility.
SEC vs. Fabulous FabThe Colbert ReportS9
Sleuths at the SEC prove mid-level Goldman Sachs trader Fabrice Tourre misled his investors during the global financial crisis.
StePhest Colbchella '013 - Disco DecepticonsThe Colbert ReportS9
The indie music site Pitchfork questions Stephen's honesty about Daft Punk being a no-show.
Ashton KutcherThe Colbert ReportS9
"Jobs" star Ashton Kutcher talks about Steve Jobs' innovative mind, brutal honesty and personal history.
Hollywood HeroesThe Colbert ReportS9
John Malkovich saves an old man's life, and Kate Winslet pulls Richard Branson's mom out of a fire.
Hollywood Heroes - Matt DamonThe Colbert ReportS9
Matt Damon happens upon Stephen in the break room and chats about his futuristic film, "Elysium."
Sign Off - "Fifty Shades of Grey"The Colbert ReportS9
Stephen reads a great American novel.
Ganjay SuptaThe Colbert ReportS9
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta changes his opinion on pot legalization.
Colum McCannThe Colbert ReportS9
"TransAtlantic" author Colum McCann talks about the great Irish novel, St. Patrick's Day and his cross-country bike ride.
Better Know a District - New Jersey's 12th - Rush HoltThe Colbert ReportS9
New Jersey Congressman and Jeopardy winner Rush Holt discusses the importance of science education, excluding astrology.
Innocent Tourist MistakeThe Colbert ReportS9
An American tourist snaps the finger off a 600-year-old Italian statue while trying to compare hand size.
Better Know a District - New Jersey's 12thThe Colbert ReportS9
New Jersey's 12th congressional district is home to Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, meaning that Clarence Thomas insists he's from there, too.
Badonkadonk JournalismThe Colbert ReportS9
The Today Show gives Flo Rida a forum for discussing his love of big, juicy butts.
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