The Colbert Report
Yet Another Day - Soup and Pets
Season 1 • 10/25/2005
Stephen Colbert ends the report and checks in with his morning show, Yet Another Day.
Lou DobbsThe Colbert ReportS1
Lou Dobbs thinks America needs to stop running trade deficits and fix its broken borders.
The Word - PussyThe Colbert ReportS1
Bush has got a tough hard slog with Harriet Miers, but pussying out now would send a signal of weakness to the homegrown insurgency trying to derail the process.
Fract - The Wright BrothersThe Colbert ReportS1
Most people don't know that the Wright brothers were both American.
Intro - 10/24/05The Colbert ReportS1
Harriet Miers is under siege, great drinking cities are in danger and Lou Dobbs of "Lou Dobbs Tonight" appears on The Colbert Report.
Benjamin Shalom BernankeThe Colbert ReportS1
You can tell by the way new Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke walks that he is an evolutionary leap forward from Alan Greenspan.
ThreatDown - Anti-Bacterial SoapThe Colbert ReportS1
Stephen counts down the threats from bears and eight-year-olds who kill bears.
Greg Behrendt Fields CallsThe Colbert ReportS1
Greg Behrendt and Stephen Colbert offer relationship advice over the phone.
Intro - 10/25/05The Colbert ReportS1
Tonight's episode includes the Federal Reserve, David Copperfield, bears and author Greg Behrendt.
The Word - OverratedThe Colbert ReportS1
Rosa Parks enriched our vocabulary by allowing us to call anyone who is the first person to do something the "Rosa Parks of whatever it is that person did first."
Greg BehrendtThe Colbert ReportS1
Metaphorically speaking in terms of "Sex and the City," Greg Behrendt considers himself as a Charlotte by day and Samantha by night.
Yet Another Day - Soup and PetsThe Colbert ReportS1
The Colbert morning show, Yet Another Day, looks into the hidden dangers of petting your cat.
Neil deGrasse TysonThe Colbert ReportS1
Astrophysics is like jazz: it's the notes they don't play that matter.
The PulseThe Colbert ReportS1
Stephen comes down from his pedestal and interacts with real people like you.
Intro - 10/26/05The Colbert ReportS1
Coming up, Stephen interviews astrophysicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson, and Charlize Theron continues her struggle for hot women's rights.
The Word - PerspectiveThe Colbert ReportS1
There's nothing wrong with the number 2,000. Hell, five years ago we were celebrating it.
Tip/Wag - Public Nudity AdviceThe Colbert ReportS1
Stephen offers some advice on showing skin to Lauren Hutton and reads from his new book, "Alpha Squad 7: Lady Nocturne: A Tek Jansen Adventure."
OutsourcingThe Colbert ReportS1
In India, they don't fall in love -- they learn to love.
Better Know a District - Massachusetts' 4th - Barney FrankThe Colbert ReportS1
Stephen sits down with Congressman Barney Frank to discus life as part of a highly discriminated minority group: lefties.
Fract - The StatesThe Colbert ReportS1
Statistics show that the number of states that make up America is greater than that of Canada and Mexico combined.
Lieber - White PumpkinsThe Colbert ReportS1
Russ Lieber's hatred of white pumpkins forces Stephen to love them.
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