The Colbert Report
Season 6 • 09/07/2010
Stephen consults his own God goose, Geese Witherspoon, to see if he should hold a rally.
You Mosque Be KiddingThe Colbert ReportS6
A man sullies Muslim bashing for the rest of America's law-abiding bigots when he slashes an Islamic taxi driver.
Richard EngelThe Colbert ReportS6
Richard Engel explains how he got to be the journalist who told the world that Operation Iraqi Freedom was over.
Fox News Job OpeningThe Colbert ReportS6
Major Garrett is leaving Fox News because he wants to talk less and think more.
Intro - 8/26/10The Colbert ReportS6
Glenn Beck re-founds America, anti-Muslim sentiment continues to grow, and Richard Engel returns from Iraq.
Glenn-LividThe Colbert ReportS6
Besides the date, the location, the march and the threat of assassination, Glenn Beck's rally has nothing to do with Martin Luther King Jr.
Sign Off - Speaking FeeThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen will be off next week, unless you've got a million dollars for his speaking fee.
Anthony RomeroThe Colbert ReportS6
Anthony Romero explains why America needs the ACLU to support the Constitution, now that it has Tea Partiers.
Better Know a District - Delaware's At-Large - Mike Castle UpdateThe Colbert ReportS6
Mike Castle refuses to make cockfighting the official sport of Delaware and believes the violently insane should not have guns.
Sign Off - Welcome Home ShowThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen will welcome General Ray Odierno, Vice President Joe Biden and hundreds of soldiers who served in Iraq.
Intro - 9/7/10The Colbert ReportS6
The Tea Party wins midterm primaries, and Stephen talks to Anthony Romero about the ACLU.
Geese WitherspoonThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen consults his prophetic goose, Geese Witherspoon, to find out if he should hold his own rally.
Intro - 9/8/10The Colbert ReportS6
Stephen salutes the returning troops and gets vice excited about his interview with Joe Biden.
Sign Off - Thanks to the Returning TroopsThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen thanks Yogi Berra, General Ray Odierno, Vice President Joe Biden and the troops in the audience.
Been There, Won That - Ray OdiernoThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen welcomes General Ray Odierno back from Iraq with the Colbert Bump and his haircut.
Been There, Won That - Joe Biden & Yogi BerraThe Colbert ReportS6
Joe Biden serves hot dogs to the returning troops, Stephen introduces the greatest toilet on Earth, and Yogi Berra determines when the Iraq war will be over.
Joe BidenThe Colbert ReportS6
Joe Biden talks about the challenges of bringing the Iraq war to a close and thanks President Bush for honoring the troops.
Been There, Won That - Jim WebbThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen thanks the veterans with a sexy hot dog man and tries to get them jobs, with Jim Webb's help.
Been There, Won That - David PetraeusThe Colbert ReportS6
David Petraeus publicly applauds the troops and presents the Colbert Nation with a US Army commendation and pin.
Brent Cummings & Josh BleillThe Colbert ReportS6
Brent Cummings and Josh Bleill appreciate the support they've received from the American public after their tours in Iraq.
Bears & Balls - American Apparel & ChocolateyThe Colbert ReportS6
American Apparel is on the brink of bankruptcy, and a British investor earns the nickname "Chocolate Finger" for buying tons of cocoa beans.
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