The Colbert Report
Soap Opera Product Placement
Season 6 • 11/30/2010
Instead of Stavros' evil fraternal twin's ashes in the urn, it's Fresh Step Scoopable litter.
Tip/Wag - Pope Benedict XVI, Trick Play & Joseph GobblesThe Colbert ReportS6
The pope speaks out against the Internet, a middle school football team pulls off the greatest trick play, and Joseph Gobbles deals drugs to Jay the Intern.
Better Business HeroThe Colbert ReportS6
The next hot investment opportunity is toys your grandfather played with during the Depression.
Intro - 11/29/10The Colbert ReportS6
Stephen wants to convince married couples to breed, helps small business owners and gives Dan Savage a wedgie.
Black Friday InterpretationThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen apologizes to everyone at his neighborhood Wal-Mart who may have been offended by his wrongful interpretation of what Black Friday means.
Dan SavageThe Colbert ReportS6
Dan Savage wants Stephen to set an example for high-profile conservative pundits by making a video for the It Gets Better Project.
WikiLeaks Document Dump - James RubinThe Colbert ReportS6
James Rubin discusses the effect of the WikiLeaks document dump on international diplomacy.
Sign Off - Chex Mix Product PlacementThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen signs off with Chex Mix.
Tom VilsackThe Colbert ReportS6
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack delivers a Stephen Colbert head made out of 25 pounds of organic cheddar.
God Drops Steve Johnson's Football PassThe Colbert ReportS6
Steve Johnson blames God for dropping an easy game-winning touchdown pass in overtime.
Soap Opera Product PlacementThe Colbert ReportS6
The product placement in "Days of Our Lives" is just the Q-Tip of the Dole brand iceberg lettuce.
Lame Duck Congress - Jake TapperThe Colbert ReportS6
Jake Tapper guesses that Democrats and Republicans will strike a deal on extending the Bush tax cuts.
Michelle RheeThe Colbert ReportS6
Michelle Rhee says the problem with America's public schools is that there is no organized interest group that represents children.
Cheating Death - Calming Meat Goggles & the iThroneThe Colbert ReportS6
Researchers find that the sight of red meat calms men down, and cell phones will soon be able to detect STDs.
Sign Off - Up on the LingoThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen hopes you had as much fun receiving as he did emitting.
Return of the Estate TaxThe Colbert ReportS6
Before the estate tax returns, Stephen will hand-deliver a recordable Christmas card and embroidered pillow to his rich great-uncle.
John Thune Looks PresidentialThe Colbert ReportS6
John Thune could be the Republican nominee for 2012 because he looks like a president.
The Word - The Great White WailThe Colbert ReportS6
The Pigford claims prove that there's money in being a victim, and when something is valuable, white men get to take it.
Sign Off - Chinese Finger TrapThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen is stuck in a Chinese finger trap.
David StockmanThe Colbert ReportS6
David Stockman wants America to get out of debt by letting the Bush tax cuts expire and cutting the defense budget.
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