The Colbert Report
Season 7 • 05/11/2011
Eric Greitens describes the most difficult part of his Navy SEAL training.
Sign Off - A Rare CorrectionThe Colbert ReportS7
Geoffrey Rush has only won one Academy Award, so he's not that good of an actor.
Yahweh or No Way - Thor & Apocalypse BillboardThe Colbert ReportS7
"Thor" earns $66 million in its opening weekend, and a Family Radio billboard predicts the end of the world.
Newt Gingrich & Donald Trump Announce Future AnnouncementsThe Colbert ReportS7
Newt Gingrich finally announces that he will be making an announcement, and Donald Trump decides to run in his mind.
Geoffrey RushThe Colbert ReportS7
Geoffrey Rush talks about method acting, mentoring Ryan Reynolds but playing a feral eight-year-old.
Herman Cain Claims the Colbert BumpThe Colbert ReportS7
Stephen mentioned Herman Cain, but he also talked about Hitler, Lindsay Lohan and Chlamydia.
Award to the WiseThe Colbert ReportS7
Stephen competes with the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade and 'Equitrekking' for a Daytime Emmy.
Sign Off - Press HatThe Colbert ReportS7
Stephen reports with his press hat and camera.
Corp Constituency - Trevor PotterThe Colbert ReportS7
Trevor Potter drafts a letter for a media exemption so Stephen can talk about his super PAC.
Intro - 5/11/11The Colbert ReportS7
Stephen reports on political contributions from the Old Spice Campaign Integrity Zone, and Eric Greitens talks about being a Navy SEAL.
Corp ConstituencyThe Colbert ReportS7
Stephen wants to know why Viacom won't let him talk about his Super PAC when Karl Rove and Dick Morris can do it on Fox News.
Eric GreitensThe Colbert ReportS7
Eric Greitens recalls his difficult Navy SEAL training and refuses to trash-talk the other services.
Obama's Latino PanderfestThe Colbert ReportS7
President Obama's idea to secure the border with an alligator-filled moat sounds familiar and brilliant to Stephen.
John BradshawThe Colbert ReportS7
John Bradshaw discusses the new science of understanding that dogs really want to be with people.
Terror, a New OneThe Colbert ReportS7
Al Qaeda should replace Osama bin Laden with hot new Internet sensation, Anwar al-Awlaki.
Sign Off - Stephen's Super PAC Needs SupportThe Colbert ReportS7
Stephen will be at the Federal Election Commission offices filing for an advisory opinion on his super PAC.
Intro - 5/12/11The Colbert ReportS7
Stephen looks at what's next for Al Qaeda, warns of a new government intrusion and talks to John Bradshaw about dog behavior.
If at First You Don't SecedeThe Colbert ReportS7
Should any incandescent bulbs escape South Carolina into neighboring states, they must be returned immediately, as specified in the Fugitive Bulb Act.
Terror, a New One - Lawrence WrightThe Colbert ReportS7
Lawrence Wright explains what it takes to be the leader of Al Qaeda and thinks there's no benefit to showing the Bin Laden photos.
Alison KlaymanThe Colbert ReportS7
Alison Klayman explains the Chinese government's possible reasons for beating and imprisoning artist Ai Weiwei.
Stephen Files Super PAC RequestThe Colbert ReportS7
Stephen addresses 500 white people on the steps of the FEC after dropping off his legal request to form a super PAC.
You may also like5 Videos
Make the Most of a Day Off with "South Park: Snow Day!"South ParkS26
Join Cartman and the neighborhood kids as they battle Stan, who has his own ideas about the rules of their fantasy game, in the "South Park: Snow Day!" video game, now available to preorder.
"Star Trek: very Short Treks" Has Lightyears of LaughsStar Trek: very Short TreksS1
Relive the classic vibe of "Star Trek: The Animated Series," and join Riker, Spock and more Starfleet faces on the bite-sized journeys of "Star Trek: very Short Treks," now streaming.
Fires and Full Moons Breed a New Terror on Wolf Pack
A California wildfire awakens a werewolf, but a group of curious teens -- once bitten -- will not shy away from the threat of decimation on Wolf Pack, streaming January 26 on Paramount+.
This Game of M.A.S.H. Is a Real Monster in Cursed FriendsCursed Friends
Four pals must break an evil spell and change their fates when a classic kid's game to predict the future comes back to haunt them in the Comedy Central original movie Cursed Friends.