The Colbert Report
Season 4 • 06/17/2008
Stephen asks Neal Katyal why we can't keep the Guantanamo prisoners locked up for safety's sake.
Intro - 6/16/08The Colbert ReportS4
Stephen questions whether the U.S. should boycott the Olympics, introduces enemies at home, and discusses intelligent design with Kenneth Miller.
The Word - Ploy-cottThe Colbert ReportS4
Let the other countries boycott the Beijing Olympics, but America has to go.
The Enemy Within - Wizard TeachersThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen interviews a substitute teacher in Florida who was fired for wizardry.
Kenneth MillerThe Colbert ReportS4
Kenneth Miller compares advocates of intelligent design to welfare queens waiting for the government to give them a handout.
Tim Russert TributeThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen pays homage to Tim Russert by showing his interview on "Meet the Press."
Jonathan ZittrainThe Colbert ReportS4
Jonathan Zittrain wants to save the good chaos of the Internet and separate it from the bad chaos that will stomp on everything.
Peabody AwardThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen upholds his Peabody Award-winning news coverage by announcing the new world record for smashing watermelons with your head.
Intro - 6/17/08The Colbert ReportS4
The Supreme Court gives Gitmo detainees the right to challenge their detention in court. The first open court date? August 4, 2850.
Sport Report - Timbersports ChampionshipThe Colbert ReportS4
Mike Forrester enters the final four in the STIHL Timbersports championship right where he needs to be -- in fifth.
Peabody on MantelThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen places his Peabody Award on the mantle.
Neal KatyalThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen asks Neal Katyal if his goal of bringing rights to the prisoners at Guantanamo is his private jihad.
Barack Obama's Church Search - Dr. Uma MysorekarThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen helps Barack Obama find a new religion by exploring Hinduism with Hindu Temple Society of North America President Uma Mysorekar.
The New Smurfs MovieThe Colbert ReportS4
If Stephen is going to play any Smurf in the new Smurfs movie, it'll be Ballsy Smurf.
Junot DiazThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen asks Junot Diaz how he won the Pulitzer if he wasn't born in America.
The Word - Lexicon ArtistThe Colbert ReportS4
Using language to turn failed policy into ideals that transcend debate is the best way to get people to think of John McCain as transcen-presidential.
Intro - 6/18/08The Colbert ReportS4
How can John McCain distinguish himself from President Bush? Here's one way: don't get elected president.
Cookie MonsterThe Colbert ReportS4
Un-American fruit is now the number one snack for children under six, and Cookie Monster's to blame.
Sean Hannity Loves AmericaThe Colbert ReportS4
Way to go, Sean Hannity. Stephen doesn't know where you find the courage to call America the greatest, best country God has ever given man on the face of the Earth.
Bishop N.T. WrightThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen tells Bishop N.T. Wright his idea of heaven is getting a harp, drinking a mint julep and asking Ronald Reagan questions.
Stephen's Missing PeabodyThe Colbert ReportS4
Did Cookie Monster eat Stephen's Peabody?
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