The Colbert Report
Season 6 • 09/27/2010
Ken Burns believes that baseball's steroids era is in America's rear-view mirror.
Sanchez BumpThe Colbert ReportS6
Rick Sanchez's endorsement of the March to Keep Fear Alive will get Stephen tens of supporters.
Sign Off - American History LessonThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen gives his fellow migrant farm workers a quick American history lesson.
Intro - 9/23/10The Colbert ReportS6
Stephen apologizes to the gentleman he ran over with a tractor and talks to Oscar Goodman about Las Vegas.
Oscar GoodmanThe Colbert ReportS6
Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman remembers his days as a mob lawyer and believes graffiti artists should have their thumbs cut off.
The Word - Army of MumThe Colbert ReportS6
Being forced to lead a double life for years has given gay soldiers the perfect training for top-secret military missions.
The Delawert ReportThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen invites Christine O'Donnell onto his local show, The Delawert Report, after she refuses to talk to the national media.
Yahweh or No Way - IHOP & Antonio Federici AdThe Colbert ReportS6
The International House of Pancakes sues the International House of Prayer, and the UK bans a pregnant nun ad for Antonio Federici ice cream.
Intro - 9/27/10The Colbert ReportS6
The GOP blocks the repeal of "don't ask, don't tell," God sells ice cream, and Ken Burns talks about "The Tenth Inning."
Corn Packer ApologyThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen apologizes to any gay Iowans he may have offended when he used the term "corn packer" in his congressional testimony.
Ken BurnsThe Colbert ReportS6
Ken Burns says the steroids era in baseball wasn't as bad as the gambling scandals or the exclusion of African Americans.
Ross DouthatThe Colbert ReportS6
Ross Douthat doesn't think Christine O'Donnell's anti-masturbation stance makes for good public policy.
Intro - 9/28/10The Colbert ReportS6
Stephen doesn't care if Democratic voters are suffering from apathy and doubts if Ross Douthat is that conservative.
Left Behind - Paul BegalaThe Colbert ReportS6
Paul Begala wants Democrats to rise up out of the grave, grab a shovel and smack John Boehner upside his orange head.
Terror a New OneThe Colbert ReportS6
Protect yourself from Muslim vampires by rubbing your neck with pork sausage, and protect your privacy by wearing costumes to the March to Keep Fear Alive.
Sign Off - Democratic GraveThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen says goodnight to the grave where Democrats are buried.
ThreatDown - Record Breaking Gays, Koalas & PurellThe Colbert ReportS6
Two men set the world record for longest kiss, the koala population suffers from Chlamydia, and hand sanitizer doesn't work.
March to Keep Fear Alive Insanity BusThe Colbert ReportS6
Arianna Huffington should provide Stephen's fans with insanity buses to the March to Keep Fear Alive or change the editorial tone of her website.
Steven RattnerThe Colbert ReportS6
Steven Rattner talks about what would have happened if the Obama administration hadn't bailed out the auto industry.
The Word - Original SpinThe Colbert ReportS6
A good Supreme Court justice is a Constitutional scholar first and a time traveling mind reader second.
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