The Colbert Report
Season 10 • 12/04/2013
With only 55 laws passed in 2013, congressional productivity is at an all-time low.
The Colbert ReportS10 Thought for Food - Ban on Trans Fats & McDonald's McRib Mystery
The Heritage Foundation denounces a proposed ban on trans fats as an attack on freedom, and a photo of an uncooked McRib goes viral.
The Colbert ReportS10 Sign Off - Honoring Ed Stone
Ed Stone receives NASA's Distinguished Public Service Medal for a lifetime of scientific achievement.
The Colbert ReportS10 Ed Stone
NASA pioneer Ed Stone discusses the significance of the ongoing Voyager 1 mission, from its launch in 1977 to its arrival in interstellar space.
The Colbert ReportS10 The Double Robotics Office Robot
A tech company invents an iPad-mounted robot to provide telecommuters with a virtual stand-in.
The Colbert ReportS10 Intro - 12/3/13
McDonald's has a secret ingredient, a tech gadget increases workplace productivity, and NASA's Ed Stone talks about the Voyager space missions.
The Colbert ReportS10 The Pope's Secret Life
Reports surface that Pope Francis has been secretly sneaking out at night to help the homeless.
The Colbert ReportS10 Colbert Platinum - Freedom Ship
With its world-class amenities and sprawling mall, the Freedom Ship has everything the stateless billionaire tycoon needs.
The Colbert ReportS10 Tip/Wag - Campaign for Cursive & The RNC
Obama's Common Core curriculum wages a war on cursive, and the RNC reminds everyone that Rosa Parks ended racism.
The Colbert ReportS10 Bryan Stevenson
The Equal Justice Initiative's Bryan Stevenson makes the case for reforming America's criminal justice system.
The Colbert ReportS10 Do-Nothing Congress
The 2013 Congress is the least productive in history, but at least there's bipartisan support for chimp retirement benefits.
The Colbert ReportS10 The GOP's Lady Troubles
A majority of women hold an unfavorable view of the GOP, but Republicans are educating themselves on how to connect with the ladies.
The Colbert ReportS10 Legal Weed in Colorado
When Colorado's marijuana law takes effect, buying pot could become as easy as buying cigarettes.
The Colbert ReportS10 The In-Box - Flight vs. Invisibility
Stephen dips into his viewer mail and weighs the pros and cons of certain super powers.
The Colbert ReportS10 Legal Weed in Colorado - Ricardo Baca
Ricardo Baca discusses his responsibilities as the Denver Post's marijuana editor and describes how pot will be taxed and regulated in Colorado.
The Colbert ReportS10 Intro - 12/5/13
A state legalizes recreational marijuana, Republicans reach out to women, and Stephen sits down with Alan Mulally, CEO of the Ford Motor Company.
The Colbert ReportS10 Alan Mulally
Ford CEO Alan Mulally talks about the 50th anniversary of the Mustang, the 2008 auto bailout and revitalizing Detroit's economy.
The Colbert ReportS10 The Case Against Charity - Bill O'Reilly & John Stossel
Bill O'Reilly claims that Jesus wouldn't support food stamps, and John Stossel goes undercover to prove that the homeless are no-good scammers.
The Colbert ReportS10 David Keith
"A Case For Climate Engineering" author David Keith explains his proposal to use geoengineering as a means of slowing climate change.
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