The Colbert Report
Season 10 • 12/18/2013
Keanu Reeves shares a clip from his movie "47 Ronin" and discovers that sitting quietly is hard.
Tip/Wag - All-China EditionThe Colbert ReportS10
Chinese officials extol the benefits of smog, North Korea's Kim Jong-un sentences his uncle to death, and the moon gives up on America.
Intro - 12/17/13The Colbert ReportS10
America lags behind in the space race, the Tea Party reaches out to kids, and Garry Trudeau creates a political sitcom.
Anti-NSA Ruling & Edward Snowden's Asylum BidThe Colbert ReportS10
A federal judge declares that the NSA's phone surveillance program is probably unconstitutional, and Edward Snowden looks for a new place to take a leak.
"Ted Cruz to the Future"The Colbert ReportS10
Ted Cruz is featured in a coloring book that covers kid-friendly topics like Obamacare and partial-birth abortions.
Garry TrudeauThe Colbert ReportS10
Garry Trudeau talks about the inspiration for his political comedy series "Alpha House" and helpfully explains the concept of streaming video for Stephen.
Rethinking Customer SatisfactionThe Colbert ReportS10
A study by Bloomberg Businessweek indicates that customer satisfaction might actually be bad for business.
Intro - 12/18/13The Colbert ReportS10
Santa Claus has distinctly American qualities, government waste is revealed, and Keanu Reeves discusses his samurai movie, "47 Ronin."
Santa Claus Ethnicity DebateThe Colbert ReportS10
As the dispute over Santa's skin color continues, the Germans argue that Father Christmas belongs to them.
Santa Claus Ethnicity Debate - Hans BeinholtzThe Colbert ReportS10
Hans Beinholtz explains the traditional German perception of Father Christmas.
Keanu ReevesThe Colbert ReportS10
"47 Ronin" star Keanu Reeves learns about the three things that make Stephen angry and offers his own contributions to the "Sad Keanu" meme.
Fox News's "12 Scams of Christmas"The Colbert ReportS10
Fox News's Peter Johnson Jr. reminds viewers that Christmas is a time to be scared and angry.
Jamie Dimon's Christmas CardThe Colbert ReportS10
JP Morgan's Jamie Dimon comes under fire for sending an excessively decadent Christmas card.
Phil Robertson's "Duck Dynasty" SuspensionThe Colbert ReportS10
"Duck Dynasty" star Phil Robertson makes disparaging comments about gays and waxes nostalgic for the Jim Crow era.
Ben StillerThe Colbert ReportS10
Ben Stiller discusses the power of imagination, celebrating the holidays and his movie, "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty."
Polar VortexThe Colbert ReportS10
A rare weather phenomenon threatens America with brutal cold and a chance of thundersnow.
Intro - 1/6/14The Colbert ReportS10
Stephen struggles against the elements as winter comes to The Report.
Recreational Pot Sales in ColoradoThe Colbert ReportS10
As Colorado embraces recreational marijuana, columnists David Brooks and Ruth Marcus take a confusing stand against it.
Sign Off - Polar VortexThe Colbert ReportS10
Stephen ends the night with a frigid farewell.
Ken RothThe Colbert ReportS10
Human Rights Watch's Ken Roth discusses his organization's mission to end human rights violations around the world.
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