The Colbert Report
The Word - Unhealthy Competition
Season 4 • 06/03/2008
It's like LendingTree: when terrorists compete, we win.
Jon PaskowitzThe Colbert ReportS4
Jon Paskowitz tells Stephen what it was like to travel around with a large family and a father who decided his children were going to surf instead of go to school.
The Word - Media CulpaThe Colbert ReportS4
Media, if you want to prove you did your job well in the lead-up to the Iraq war, use the same techniques that McClellan used to sell the war to you in the first place.
Intro - 6/2/08The Colbert ReportS4
Scott McClellan says the press didn't do its job in the run-up to the war. Why is he complaining? They did his job.
Obama's ChurchThe Colbert ReportS4
Unfortunately, America can't vote for a man who doesn't even belong to a church. So Hillary it is.
Colbert Platinum - Private JetsThe Colbert ReportS4
Platinum members can now get servants' quarters on their private jets, a $175 hamburger, and Stephen's own iPod Nano postage stamp.
Fire at UniversalThe Colbert ReportS4
God must have been listening to Stephen's prayers because Universal Studios went up in flames.
George WillThe Colbert ReportS4
George Will explains conservatives understand that the government's job is to deliver the mail, defend the shores, and get out of the way.
Stephen's Sound Advice - Summer JobsThe Colbert ReportS4
Interns learn valuable job skills like getting coffee, fetching copy paper, and moisturizing a TV host.
Democratic Primaries OverThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen goes through the stages of grief now that the Democratic primaries are over.
Intro - 6/3/08The Colbert ReportS4
Is Al Qaeda running out of steam? And if so, what's powering Bin Laden's dialysis machine?
The Word - Unhealthy CompetitionThe Colbert ReportS4
The great thing about the war on terror is that if we fight it right, it can go on forever.
Libertarian Party - Bob BarrThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen asks Libertarian presidential candidate Bob Barr if he's afraid the government will make him register his moustache.
The Lost O'Reilly Tapes Pt. 2The Colbert ReportS4
On January 18, 2007, William Jefferson O'Reilly was interviewed for seven minutes, but only five of those minutes made it to air.
Salman RushdieThe Colbert ReportS4
Salman Rushdie tells Stephen why playing Helen Hunt's gynecologist appealed to him.
John McCain's Green Screen ChallengeThe Colbert ReportS4
By speaking in front of a green screen, John McCain issues a bold challenge to Americans to make him seem interesting.
Intro - 6/4/08The Colbert ReportS4
The Democratic primaries are over. Are we positive Canada doesn't get a caucus?
Intro - 6/5/08The Colbert ReportS4
Stephen gives advice to college graduates, or at least that's his excuse for showing up at frat parties.
The Word - Oh, The Places You'll StayThe Colbert ReportS4
Sure, Gandhi said, ''You must be the change that you want to see in the world," but he also drank his own urine.
The Andromeda StrainThe Colbert ReportS4
Even during a fictional disaster threatening all of humanity, Stephen is number one!
Pat BuchananThe Colbert ReportS4
Pat Buchanan believes World War II was the easiest war to avoid in all of history.
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