The Colbert Report
Season 7 • 06/14/2011
If Stephen resists a stalk of broccoli for 10 seconds, he can have two marshmallows.
Tom RidgeThe Colbert ReportS7
Tom Ridge believes natural gas is a matter of economic and national security.
Henry Kissinger Pt. 1The Colbert ReportS7
Henry Kissinger will negotiate with Mao Zedong but has cut off relationships with an eight-year-old.
Sport Report - Miami Heat, FIFA & Freestyle Canoe DancingThe Colbert ReportS7
The Miami Heat falls to the Dallas Mavericks, FIFA attempts to recruit Henry Kissinger, and freestyle canoe dancing gets exciting.
Henry Kissinger Pt. 2The Colbert ReportS7
Henry Kissinger and Stephen have a difference of opinion regarding the Cold War.
Anthony Weiner Gym PhotosThe Colbert ReportS7
Stephen ensures that there won't be any more photos of a naked and/or turgid Anthony Weiner.
Janny ScottThe Colbert ReportS7
Janny Scott thinks the real story of Barack Obama's mother is far more interesting than the oversimplified version.
Intro - 6/14/11The Colbert ReportS7
Stephen names the GOP debate winner, examines "Sesame Street" corruption and talks to Janny Scott about Barack Obama's mother.
Sign Off - MarshmallowsThe Colbert ReportS7
Stephen shoves marshmallows in his mouth.
Elephants in the RoomThe Colbert ReportS7
Michele Bachmann announces her candidacy at the second Republican debate, and Tim Pawlenty runs for Mitt Romney's vice president.
Close SesameThe Colbert ReportS7
"Sesame Street" brainwashes kids by teaching them the importance of saving and self-control.
Iran Bans Necklaces and ShortsThe Colbert ReportS7
Stephen calls on his Iranian brothers to embrace the bedrock Western value of short shorts.
The Word - Shock the VoteThe Colbert ReportS7
There's no better way to show the horrors of universal health care than with the release of "The Texas Chainsaw Medicare."
Kindergarten GOPThe Colbert ReportS7
The GOP brand is about as popular with kids as an episode of "60 Minutes" hosted by a tube of Sensodyne.
Intro - 6/15/11The Colbert ReportS7
Republicans hope to attract the youth vote, seniors face a shocking threat, and Keith Olbermann returns to television.
Sign Off - Stephen Wears ShortsThe Colbert ReportS7
Stephen rubs Purell on his bare legs.
Keith OlbermannThe Colbert ReportS7
Keith Olbermann refuses to acknowledge Bill O'Reilly's victory and doesn't miss having to shave every day.
Senior Moment - Pot Smoking SeniorsThe Colbert ReportS7
Seniors will soon be crocheting black light posters and syncing Perry Como's "Lightly Latin" with season three of "Murder She Wrote."
ThreatDown - Moo Shu Man-Milk, Centenarians & Robo-SlackersThe Colbert ReportS7
Chinese cows produce human breast milk, America's population of 100-year-olds doubles, and scientists build a robot that can juggle.
Sign Off - Bon Iver Bonus SongThe Colbert ReportS7
Florence and the Machine will join Stephen for day two of StePhest Colbchella '011.
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