The Colbert Report
Season 9 • 10/18/2012
The Killers talk about Mitt Romney, Mormonism and lyrics from their song, "Somebody Told Me."
Mitt's Greatest Debate TriumphThe Colbert ReportS9
Mitt Romney's pre-debate coin flip conquest should improve his chances with undecided voters.
Stupid Town Hall TopicsThe Colbert ReportS9
Lady issues should be saved for the Sadie Hawkins debate, and Mitt Romney gets to the root of America's supposed gun problem.
Alpha Dog of the Week - Scott DesJarlaisThe Colbert ReportS9
Republican Congressman Scott DesJarlais stands adamantly against abortion except when it endangers the political life of the father.
Tyler PerryThe Colbert ReportS9
Tyler Perry talks about African-American actors in Hollywood, the upcoming election and his latest film, "Alex Cross."
Special Report - A Shucking Disaster - Nightmare at the Mitchell Corn PalaceThe Colbert ReportS9
People drive from presumably elsewhere to see the historic Mitchell Corn Palace, but this year Director Mark Schilling receives a call that every Corn Palace director dreads.
Mitt's First DayThe Colbert ReportS9
Mitt Romney's inauguration day schedule exhibits the qualities of a real leader -- or a serious tweaker.
Sign Off - "Battle Born"The Colbert ReportS9
Stephen looks inside The Killers' latest record jacket, "Battle Born."
Junk Food FeedThe Colbert ReportS9
The crippling drought forces American cattle farmers to think outside the box they pack their cows in.
Celebrity Campaign EndorsementsThe Colbert ReportS9
America should get used to the term "President Romney" because Mitt has picked up the biggest endorsement of all.
The KillersThe Colbert ReportS9
The alternative rock band chats about Mitt Romney's iPod and clears up a confusing song line for Stephen.
Governor Magorium's Ganja EmporiumThe Colbert ReportS9
Puff the Magic Governor Andrew Cuomo wants to avoid drug charges against thousands of New Yorkers who are disproportionately black and Hispanic youth.
CEO Blackmail & FEC ConsentThe Colbert ReportS9
Thanks to the Federal Election Commission, a CEO can require his employees to campaign for the candidate of his choice while the employee has no choice.
Donald SadowayThe Colbert ReportS9
MIT Professor Donald Sadoway plans to minimize the world's oil dependence with the first liquid metal battery.
Virginia's Voter Fraud FighterThe Colbert ReportS9
The voter watchdog spoilsports would have America believe that tampering with voter registration is a "federal crime" just because it is.
Elusive, Mysterious, Undecided VotersThe Colbert ReportS9
The electoral kitchen is closing in two weeks, and some voters still can't decide if they want the black and white cookie or the decaf Wheat Thin.
Lance Armstrong's Doping ScandalThe Colbert ReportS9
The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency comes down on Lance Armstrong, and Stephen addresses accusations of ball doping.
Sign Off - ManischewitzThe Colbert ReportS9
Stephen says goodnight and twists open a bottle of Manischewitz.
John GrishamThe Colbert ReportS9
John Grisham talks about his rivalry with Stephen King, his days as a starving lawyer, and his latest book, "The Racketeer."
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