The Colbert Report
A Less Perfect Union - Randi Weingarten
Season 7 • 02/22/2011
Randi Weingarten explains why Wisconsin union members are not willing to give up their voice.
Cheating Death - Ablibalify & Bing BongavaxThe Colbert ReportS7
A Frenchman sues a drug company for making him a gay sex addict, and clowns increase a woman's chance of conception.
Rick Santorum Internet SearchThe Colbert ReportS7
Rick Santorum complains about his permanent association with Dan Savage's awful definition.
Eugene JareckiThe Colbert ReportS7
Eugene Jarecki reveals that Ronald Reagan raised taxes and was the first president to have a gay sleepover in the White House.
Turmoil in the Middle East & Turmoil in the Middle WestThe Colbert ReportS7
Libyans seize Benghazi, and thousands of government workers protest anti-union legislation in Wisconsin.
Bing WestThe Colbert ReportS7
Bing West believes America diverted itself from the war by trying to make a modern nation out of Afghanistan.
Wisco Inferno - Jon ErpenbachThe Colbert ReportS7
Stephen uses his patented Democrat call to smoke Wisconsin State Senator Jon Erpenbach out of hiding.
Intro - 2/22/11The Colbert ReportS7
Stephen takes on the greedy unions, Wisconsin Democrats waddle out of the state, and Bing West shows the way out of Afghanistan.
A Less Perfect UnionThe Colbert ReportS7
The Wisconsin state workers' request to keep collective bargaining rights may sound reasonable, but that's just the accent.
Sign Off - Democrat CallThe Colbert ReportS7
Stephen signs off with his Democrat call.
A Less Perfect Union - Randi WeingartenThe Colbert ReportS7
Randi Weingarten says state workers in Wisconsin are willing to do their part with budget cuts, but they don't want to lose their voice.
Sign Off - RebroadcastsThe Colbert ReportS7
If you are watching the 1:30 p.m. rebroadcast, clearly you called in sick to work.
Nailed 'Em - Mark BurdettThe Colbert ReportS7
Anarchist Mark Burdett is thrown to the ground by police at a San Francisco protest and charged with jaywalking.
Intro - 2/23/11The Colbert ReportS7
Stephen brings a criminal to a biker bar down the street, and Stephanie Coontz talks about women in the 60s.
Stephanie CoontzThe Colbert ReportS7
Stephanie Coontz says that women in the 1960s who wanted more in life than to be a housewife were diagnosed with penis envy.
Bust in ShowThe Colbert ReportS7
Since government workers refuse to live up to the greedy goon stereotype, the Tea Party must do it for them.
USA Today Infographic Sells OutThe Colbert ReportS7
Now that USA Today's infographic is in the pocket of Big Suit, Stephen will have to get his news from Snapple caps.
Corporate Hacker Tries to Take Down WikiLeaksThe Colbert ReportS7
A corporate hacker tries to take down WikiLeaks by faking documents and blackmailing American journalists.
Republicans Flirt With Presidential CandidacyThe Colbert ReportS7
For unattached voters like Stephen, the Republican field has so many caucus teases, and they're all playing hard to get.
Mike HuckabeeThe Colbert ReportS7
Mike Huckabee believes there aren't nearly enough potential presidential candidates working for Fox News.
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