The Colbert Report
Intro - 7/29/13
Season 9 • 07/29/2013
Death panels get a new name, and the Lumineers share their first album.
Detroit's BankruptcyThe Colbert ReportS9
Conservatives blame lavish pensions for Detroit's decline, and emergency manager Kevyn Orr wants to auction off treasures from the Detroit Institute of Arts.
London's Fake Town CrierThe Colbert ReportS9
Prince George of Cambridge's umbilical stump dries up, and a royal lover pretends to be London's official town crier.
Detroit's Bankruptcy - Stephen HendersonThe Colbert ReportS9
Stephen Henderson of The Detroit Free Press says Detroit needs consistent policy from Washington and the state to get back on its feet.
Steve King's Immigrant AnalogyThe Colbert ReportS9
When Iowa Congressman Steve King compares immigrants to dogs, he's actually celebrating and complimenting them.
Olympia SnoweThe Colbert ReportS9
Former Senator Olympia Snowe talks about her book, "Fighting for Common Ground: How We Can Fix the Stalemate in Congress."
Tip/Wag - Steve Stockman, David Cameron & North Carolina LegislatureThe Colbert ReportS9
Texas Congressman Steve Stockman unrolls a 60-foot Benghazi petition, Prime Minister David Cameron filters porn, and North Carolina permits concealed handguns on playgrounds.
Obamacare CardsThe Colbert ReportS9
As Obamacare starts to work in 11 states, Tea Party group FreedomWorks announces a "Burn Your Obamacare Card" campaign.
The LumineersThe Colbert ReportS9
The Lumineers talk about moving to Denver and screaming "Ho Hey" at loud audience members.
Intro - 7/29/13The Colbert ReportS9
America finds a way to stop Obamacare, gun rights secure a victory, and the Lumineers re-release their first album.
Intro - 7/30/13The Colbert ReportS9
Trouble brews in the Arctic, America considers candidate transparency, and Dr. Atul Gawande explains how ideas catch on.
Smokin' Pole - The Quest for Arctic Riches: North Pole LakeThe Colbert ReportS9
The melting Arctic icecap is just an isolated incident that's occurred every summer since 2003, so there's no reason to panic.
Ted Cruz's Humble PortraitThe Colbert ReportS9
Senator Ted Cruz hangs a giant painting of himself in court but doesn't mention what noble cause he championed that day.
Senator GridlockThe Colbert ReportS9
Tea Partiers punish the leader of the do-nothing Congress, Mitch McConnell, for the handful of times he done did something.
Sign Off - Sleigh BellsThe Colbert ReportS9
Stephen plays an instrument from the melting North Pole.
Atul GawandeThe Colbert ReportS9
Atul Gawande discusses his New Yorker article, "Slow Ideas: Some ideas spread fast. How do you speed the ones that don't?"
Stephen Colbert's Super Coin TossThe Colbert ReportS9
Board game makers tailor their products for today's attention-deficient child and Stephen loses at his own game.
Emily MatcharThe Colbert ReportS9
Journalist Emily Matchar explains America's re-embracing of lost domestic arts and practices.
Lunch or Campaign 2016?The Colbert ReportS9
A White House lunch between President Obama and Hillary Clinton spurs 2016 presidential campaign speculation.
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