The Colbert Report
$20 Million Victory Party
Season 2 E 125 • 10/04/2006
Congress approved $20 million to pay for a party celebrating victory in Afghanistan and Iraq.
The Colbert ReportS2 E124Lucifer
Stephen looks at some of Hillary Clinton's stances and compares them to the views of Lucifer.
The Colbert ReportS2 E124Intro - 10/3/06
Bush gets advice from Kissinger on the war in Iraq, Stephen comes up with a reason to watch hockey and then avoids paying his guest Andy Stern overtime.
The Colbert ReportS2 E124The Word - Experience
The best way to come up with the best exit strategy is to get the super group of the Nixon administration back together.
The Colbert ReportS2 E124Drunk Dialing
Republicans have some good reasons to drink, and when one drinks, one tends to forget things.
The Colbert ReportS2 E125Mark Foley the RINO
Stephen knows that Representative Mark Foley isn't a Republican, he's a RINO -- and by that he doesn't mean horny.
The Colbert ReportS2 E125Byron Dorgan
When Stephen found out Senator Byron Dorgan was coming he thought he'd do a North Dakota-themed show, until he couldn't think of anything else from North Dakota.
The Colbert ReportS2 E125Intro - 10/4/06
Tonight: TV cameras in the Supreme Court, the Nobel Prize Patrol coming to a scientist's door with a giant check and North Dakota Senator Byron Dorgan's anti-outsourcing book.
The Colbert ReportS2 E125Green Screen Challenge - D&D
With only a week left to go in the Green Screen Challenge, Stephen shows Brian Pope's D&D-themed entry about the death of Farynieth the 21st-level paladin.
The Colbert ReportS2 E125Nobel Prize Sweep
Three Nobel Prizes have been awarded thus far and all three have gone to Americans. The USA is getting ready to go for the sweep.
The Colbert ReportS2 E125The Word - Must-Not-See TV
Sen. Arlen Specter has introduced a bill to put TV cameras in the Supreme Court. Some justices are against the bill, and they're right -- often far right.
The Colbert ReportS2 E125$20 Million Victory Party
Congress approved $20 million to pay for a day-long party in Washington celebrating victory in Afghanistan and Iraq. Regrettably, that money wasn't spent.
The Colbert ReportS2 E126Handling Sex Scandals
Stephen can't decide who the luckiest bastard in the world is, the one who was going to lose to Mark Foley, or the one who was going to lose to Dennis Hastert.
The Colbert ReportS2 E126Intro - 10/5/06
Racial profiling continues in airports, a district is better known, and Amy Goodman decries corporate sponsorship of the media.
The Colbert ReportS2 E126Starbucks Price Hike
Starbucks' nickel-per-cup price hike doesn't seem like much, but spread over 161 shows it'll cost Stephen a whopping eight bucks.
The Colbert ReportS2 E126Amy Goodman
Stephen has heard that liberal radio and TV host Amy Goodman is a real firebrand, so he wants her to bring it.
The Colbert ReportS2 E126Better Know a District - Florida's 16th - Mark Foley
Stephen better knows Florida's 16th district: famous for hurricanes, jai alai, the Burt Reynolds museum and Representative Mark Foley.
The Colbert ReportS2 E126Maz Jobrani
After a security check, Stephen welcomes actor Maz Jobrani, who will no longer audition for the role of a terrorist.
The Colbert ReportS2 E126Behavioral Profiling
Security personnel have begun using behavioral profiling to identify suspicious individuals at airports. They won't say exactly what they're looking for, but Stephen will.
The Colbert ReportS2 E127Stephen Greets Kim Jong-il
Stephen greets Kim Jong-il in Korean, which he's been learning since around 1:36 a.m. Greenwich Mean Time.
The Colbert ReportS2 E127Intro - 10/9/06
Making schools safer, North Korea's nuclear bomb test, an interview with Randy Newman, and why Stephen is like Wonder Woman.
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