The Colbert Report
Season 4 • 06/12/2008
Dickson Despommier says the future of farming should be in vertical towers.
The Colbert ReportS4 David Hajdu
David Hajdu talks about a time in America when comics were about crime and vice, like Grand Theft Auto.
The Colbert ReportS4 The Word - U.S. Airweighs
It's embarrassing enough when your doctor tells you to get on the scale. Now replace your doctor with a ticket agent.
The Colbert ReportS4 Un-American News - U.S. Election Edition
Barack Obama is being praised by every country with access to word processing technology. Sorry, Estonia, maybe next year.
The Colbert ReportS4 Memorized Script
Stephen finally recites the entire script, now he's got to start memorizing the next 408 episodes.
The Colbert ReportS4 Israel's New Bird
Congratulations, Israel. Just as America soars like the might eagle, may you emulate the noble long-billed hoopoe by squirting fecal matter at intruders.
The Colbert ReportS4 Intro - 6/11/08
Airlines suffer from high fuel prices and other countries are dying to find out who is going to ignore them next.
The Colbert ReportS4 We the MEdiator
Clint Eastwood is not Spike Lee's father and they are not on a plantation, although that'd make a hilarious antebellum buddy comedy.
The Colbert ReportS4 Stephen Colbert's Make McCain Exciting Challenge!
You the heroes have stepped up to answer John McCain's call to spice up his speech in Stephen Colbert's Make McCain Exciting Challenge.
The Colbert ReportS4 Intro - 6/12/08
Are Native Americans' needs being met this election? If not, would they settle for some lovely beads?
The Colbert ReportS4 Winona LaDuke
Stephen asks former Green Party vice presidential candidate and Native American activist Winona LaDuke what it's like to be an oppressed elitist.
The Colbert ReportS4 Dickson Despommier
Stephen asks Dickson Despommier if growing food in vertical towers is an elitist way to farm.
The Colbert ReportS4 Intro - 6/16/08
Stephen questions whether the U.S. should boycott the Olympics, introduces enemies at home, and discusses intelligent design with Kenneth Miller.
The Colbert ReportS4 The Word - Ploy-cott
Let the other countries boycott the Beijing Olympics, but America has to go.
The Colbert ReportS4 The Enemy Within - Wizard Teachers
Stephen interviews a substitute teacher in Florida who was fired for wizardry.
The Colbert ReportS4 Kenneth Miller
Kenneth Miller compares advocates of intelligent design to welfare queens waiting for the government to give them a handout.
The Colbert ReportS4 Tim Russert Tribute
Stephen pays homage to Tim Russert by showing his interview on "Meet the Press."
The Colbert ReportS4 Jonathan Zittrain
Jonathan Zittrain wants to save the good chaos of the Internet and separate it from the bad chaos that will stomp on everything.
The Colbert ReportS4 Neal Katyal
Stephen asks Neal Katyal if his goal of bringing rights to the prisoners at Guantanamo is his private jihad.
The Colbert ReportS4 Peabody Award
Stephen upholds his Peabody Award-winning news coverage by announcing the new world record for smashing watermelons with your head.
The Colbert ReportS4 Intro - 6/17/08
The Supreme Court gives Gitmo detainees the right to challenge their detention in court. The first open court date? August 4, 2850.
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