The Colbert Report
Who's Honoring Me Now? - Gay.com
Season 3 • 01/08/2007
Stephen has been chosen as Gay.com's Person of the Year.
ShredDownThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen introduces a tough panel of ShredDown dispute judges: Eliot Spitzer, Anthony DeCurtis and Jim Anderson.
Chris FunkThe Colbert ReportS2
Henry Kissinger provides the "starting gun" of the competition by declaring that "it is time to rock," and then Chris Funk offers his shredding solo.
Rock and Awe: Countdown to GuitarmageddonThe Colbert ReportS2
Stephen previews his guitar solo challenge against The Decemberists' Chris Funk.
Peter FramptonThe Colbert ReportS2
Just before his guitar solo Stephen injures himself, prays to Father Christmas and is presented with a guitar hero to fill in for him.
Who's Attacking Me Now? - Lake Superior State UniversityThe Colbert ReportS3
Lake Superior State University has added "truthiness" to its list of banned words.
Stephen's Sound Advice - Surviving the Winter BluesThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen suggests one way to get over Seasonal Affective Disorder is to take a trip to the warm weather of Iraq.
The Gallotastic Executacular - Hangin' With Mr. HusseinThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen is upset that Saddam Hussein was executed while Stephen was on vacation, especially as he was already planning a 30-minute special for it.
Ethan NadelmannThe Colbert ReportS3
Director of the Drug Policy Alliance Ethan Nadelmann argues to legalize marijuana to reduce America's prison population.
Intro - 1/8/07The Colbert ReportS3
In this episode, Stephen discusses Saddam Hussein's execution, welcomes the new Democratic Congress and interviews Drug Policy Alliance Chair Ethan Nadelmann.
The Word - FactsThe Colbert ReportS3
Since the Democrat's version of reality is unfortunately based on reality, Stephen wants to fight facts with "facts."
Who's Honoring Me Now? - Gay.comThe Colbert ReportS3
Though Stephen does not approve of the gayness, he's not one to turn down any honor.
Intro - 1/9/07The Colbert ReportS3
Stephen tells Boy Scout Council 289 to pack their bags, and wonders why celebrities can't fight to the death.
Sign Off - Farewell, James BrownThe Colbert ReportS3
Though it's sad to lose the Godfather of Soul, there is a silver lining for Stephen.
Not a Sex ScandalThe Colbert ReportS3
On behalf of Catholics everywhere, Stephen thanks Archbishop Wielgus for merely selling out his peers to a godless, totalitarian regime.
Jim CramerThe Colbert ReportS3
Jim Cramer tells Stephen how to get the most out of watching his show.
Ohio State LosesThe Colbert ReportS3
The Florida Gators don't care what kind of message they're sending to America's enemies.
The Word - Texas Hold 'EmThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen has advice for the president: send everyone to Iraq. Americans need to sacrifice more.
We the Mediator - Celebrity FeudsThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen picks sides in celebrity fights between Rosie O'Donnell and Donald Trump, Madonna and Angelina Jolie, and Amitabh Bachchan and Shahrukh Khan.
David KampThe Colbert ReportS3
Stephen and David Kamp discuss the fancy-pantsification of American food.
President's SpeechThe Colbert ReportS3
Watching President Bush address the nation is like hanging out with your best bud.
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