The Colbert Report
IRS Political Targeting & Line Dancing Scandals
Season 9 • 06/04/2013
The IRS targets a strip club owner and wastes taxpayer money on dance lessons.
Redemption for AllThe Colbert ReportS9
Somebody before Pope Francis should have mentioned that believing in God was optional when it comes to getting into Heaven.
TrackingPoint RifleThe Colbert ReportS9
Because the TrackingPoint rifle comes complete with its own built-in Wi-Fi server, hunters can track their prey even if it leaves the Starbucks.
Stephen's Week OffThe Colbert ReportS9
Stephen promises to report on the big news stories he missed as soon as he cares.
Better Know a District - Wisconsin's 2nd - Mark PocanThe Colbert ReportS9
Freshman Democratic Congressman Mark Pocan doubts that the Hunger Games are included in the Obamacare bill.
John DingellThe Colbert ReportS9
The longest-serving congressman in American history explains how Washington has changed over the last 80 years.
Tip/Wag - Google Glass, "The Lone Ranger" & 3D Printed FoodThe Colbert ReportS9
Google bans pornography on its futuristic glasses, Disney creates a gritty Western reboot, and 3D printers bake pizzas.
Alex GibneyThe Colbert ReportS9
Academy Award-winning director Alex Gibney discusses Bradley Manning's WikiLeaks trial and the Obama administration's crackdown on whistleblowers.
Michele Bachmann's Last TermThe Colbert ReportS9
Michele Bachmann announces her retirement in a web video recorded at the Sears portrait studio.
IRS Political Targeting & Line Dancing ScandalsThe Colbert ReportS9
Conservative donors speak out about their audits, and IRS employees learn to line dance on the taxpayer's dime.
Jonathan AlterThe Colbert ReportS9
Jonathan Alter explains how Barack Obama's young geek volunteers crushed Mitt Romney's "Mad Men" campaign during the 2012 election.
Monsanto's Modified Wheat - Laurie GarrettThe Colbert ReportS9
Science journalist Laurie Garrett explains how Senator Roy Blunt's Farmer Assurance Provision protects Monsanto and its zombie wheat.
Monsanto's Modified WheatThe Colbert ReportS9
Monsanto swears it destroyed all its genetically modified wheat from 2005 -- and to make sure no one ever found the remains, they buried that wheat in a field.
Commando of SteelThe Colbert ReportS9
Superman's costume in "Man of Steel" clearly shows the outline of his Fortress of Solitude.
Sign Off - Amber Waves of FrankengrainThe Colbert ReportS9
Stephen strokes a bushel of genetically modified wheat.
Photojournalists vs. iPhonesThe Colbert ReportS9
The Chicago Sun-Times lays off its entire photography department and requires its reporters to learn iPhone camera basics.
Intro - 6/5/13The Colbert ReportS9
Food engineering goes haywire, photojournalism receives bad news, and Jonathan Alter shares his book on Barack Obama's relationship with Republicans.
John Mellencamp, Stephen King & T Bone Burnett - Pt. 1The Colbert ReportS9
John Mellencamp, Stephen King and T Bone Burnett reveal the inspiration behind their Southern gothic, supernatural musical.
NSA Phone SurveillanceThe Colbert ReportS9
The Nation Security Agency collects millions of phone records from Verizon, and unlike during the Bush administration, this time it's the Obama administration.
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