The Colbert Report
Season 10 • 05/13/2014
A Twitter campaign protesting hundreds of kidnappings in Nigeria evolves into a global movement.
Sign Off - Penalty WhistleThe Colbert ReportS10
Stephen blows the whistle and throws down the yellow flag.
Michael Sam's NFL Draft KissThe Colbert ReportS10
Michael Sam wages war on traditional gridiron values immediately after becoming the NFL's first openly gay player.
Stephen Colbert's Bats**t Serious - Monica Lewinsky's Conveniently Timed EssayThe Colbert ReportS10
Fox News pundits make the case for a Hillary Clinton-led conspiracy after Monica Lewinsky writes an article for Vanity Fair.
Glenn Greenwald Pt. 2The Colbert ReportS10
"No Place to Hide" author Glenn Greenwald describes unpublished internal documents that detail the scope of NSA spying.
Glenn Greenwald Pt. 1The Colbert ReportS10
"No Place to Hide" author Glenn Greenwald argues that the NSA engages in suspicion-less spying on Americans and non-Americans alike.
Pope Francis's Crusade Against CapitalismThe Colbert ReportS10
Pope Francis's anti-capitalist message leads pundits to debate whether he is a socialist.
The Black KeysThe Colbert ReportS10
The Black Keys discuss Stephen's prostate and the power of Jerry Garcia.
Koch Brothers vs. The Columbus ZooThe Colbert ReportS10
The billionaire Koch brothers launch an ad encouraging Ohio voters to reject funding for the Columbus Zoo.
Sign Off - Sisters United BagsThe Colbert ReportS10
Stephen spreads the word about Sisters United handbags, made by rescued girls at the St. Monica's Girls School in Uganda.
#BringBackOurGirls - Rosemary NyirumbeThe Colbert ReportS10
Humanitarian activist Sister Rosemary Nyirumbe discusses the kidnappings in Nigeria and weighs in on the effectiveness of hashtag activism.
#BringBackOurGirlsThe Colbert ReportS10
Twitter activists spark a worldwide movement to rescue hundreds of kidnapped schoolgirls in Nigeria, and conservative critics dismiss the effort as meaningless.
Intro - 5/14/14The Colbert ReportS10
Climate change takes a shocking turn, Amazon gets an upgrade, and Keri Russell chats about her role in FX's "The Americans."
The Word - F**k ItThe Colbert ReportS10
Scientists warn that catastrophic climate change has become inevitable and irreversible, which means that Americans are free to relax and do nothing.
Keri RussellThe Colbert ReportS10
Keri Russell discusses her complex role in FX's "The Americans," a drama about two Russian spies living in America in the 1980s.
Pope Francis on Baptizing MartiansThe Colbert ReportS10
Pope Francis takes inclusiveness to a new level by claiming that he would gladly baptize an alien from Mars.
Amazon's Audacious Photography PatentThe Colbert ReportS10
Amazon elevates the patent game to an art form by claiming ownership of an extremely common photography technique.
Sign Off - MirrorThe Colbert ReportS10
Stephen spends some quality time with himself.
Karl Rove on Hillary Clinton's HealthThe Colbert ReportS10
Karl Rove suggests that Hillary Clinton might not be suitable for the presidency due to old age and possible brain damage.
Morality Lessons for RobotsThe Colbert ReportS10
The military funds research into developing robots capable of moral reasoning.
Thomas FriedmanThe Colbert ReportS10
Thomas Friedman discusses ways to minimize the effects of global warming and shares a clip from the documentary "Years of Living Dangerously."
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