The Colbert Report
Intro - 10/10/07
Season 3 • 10/10/2007
Stephen sends a warning to Bruce Springsteen.
New Reagan CoinThe Colbert ReportS3
There is a growing gap in this country between the number of awards Ronald Reagan deserves and the number he has received.
Sign Off - Lead-Free InkThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen calms any fears we may still have about his new book.
Intro - 10/9/07The Colbert ReportS3
Questions about Barack Obama's patriotism threaten to overshadow questions about Barack Obama's blackness, and Stephen's book finally comes out.
I Am America On Sale Now!The Colbert ReportS3
It's not a party until the edges of the book line up with the angle of the display table.
The Word - Mighty DuckThe Colbert ReportS3
Keep treating this president like a lame duck and he'll be the mightiest duck the U.S. has ever seen.
Obama's LapelThe Colbert ReportS3
You don't need a flag pin on your lapel to be a patriot. That's why Stephen has a flag nipple ring.
Tip/Wag - Bruce SpringsteenThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen demands that Bruce Springsteen come on the show and apologize, or at least accept Stephen's apology.
Wesley ClarkThe Colbert ReportS3
General Wesley Clark joins Stephen to talk about the difficulties of leadership and how diplomacy is the way to go.
The Word - Americon DreamThe Colbert ReportS3
With the help of a little friendly competition, Stephen believes that everyone in America can be put behind bars.
Dead to Me - PocketmasterThe Colbert ReportS3
Dennis Kucinich accepts Stephen's challenge to empty his pockets on The Colbert Report.
Intro - 10/10/07The Colbert ReportS3
Bruce Springsteen has a much bigger Stephen to deal with now.
Chris JordanThe Colbert ReportS3
Artist Chris Jordan takes pictures of people's garbage to show all the things people consume and discard.
Colbert Platinum - Kidz EditionThe Colbert ReportS3
Just because kids are too young to drink, it doesn't mean they don't need a wine cellar.
Intro - 10/11/07The Colbert ReportS3
In this episode, Stephen tries to find an alternative to a war against Iran, does a special segment for wealthy children, and interviews artist Chris Jordan.
Frank GaffneyThe Colbert ReportS3
Frank Gaffney, President of the Center for Security Policy, suggests divesting money from businesses that deal with terror-sponsoring regimes.
Black-Haired Guy Who Isn't Steve DoocyThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen finds out that the brown-haired guy who isn't Steve Doocy is actually the black-haired guy who isn't Steve Doocy.
The Word - Enviro-Medal DisasterThe Colbert ReportS3
At Al Gore's current rate of accolade consumption, there will be nothing left for our children to win.
Kucinich's PocketsThe Colbert ReportS3
Congressman Dennis Kucinich accepts Stephen's challenge to come on the show and empty out his pockets.
Paul GlastrisThe Colbert ReportS3
Washington Monthly writer Paul Glastris ranks colleges based on what they do for the country.
Who's Honoring Me Now? - Marie ClaireThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen is right behind sweater weather on a Marie Claire magazine list of things to get excited about.
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