The Colbert Report
Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga
Season 11 • 12/02/2014
Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga chat with Stephen.
Obama's Executive AmnestyThe Colbert ReportS11
President Obama issues an executive order affecting millions of immigrants, and Republicans accuse him of lawless overreach.
Ferguson Fallout and the St. Louis RamsThe Colbert ReportS11
Members of the St. Louis Rams face criticism for silently protesting a grand jury's decision to exonerate Officer Darren Wilson.
Intro - 12/1/14The Colbert ReportS11
Stephen examines the protests in Ferguson, MO, ISIS finds a new way to recruit members, and Senator John McCain visits The Report.
Jihadis of the High SeasThe Colbert ReportS11
Interpol reports that would-be terrorists are traveling to Iraq and Syria via cruise ships in hopes of joining ISIS.
John McCainThe Colbert ReportS11
Senator John McCain weighs in on U.S. military intervention in Syria and discusses his book "Thirteen Soldiers."
Intro - 12/2/14The Colbert ReportS11
America abuses its prison population, a restaurant chain spreads Christmas cheer, and Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga share their album of duets.
Blitzkrieg on Grinchitude - Mistletoe DronesThe Colbert ReportS11
T.G.I. Friday's finds a way to weaponize Christmas cheer with the aid of mistletoe-equipped drones.
Announcing the Mr. Colbert Goes to Washington SpecialThe Colbert ReportS11
With only 11 episodes left of The Report, Stephen gets ready for a televised victory lap in Washington, D.C.
The Word - Crook and LadderThe Colbert ReportS11
California's firefighting force takes a major hit when voters pass a resolution to release thousands of nonviolent prisoners.
Tony Bennett and Lady GagaThe Colbert ReportS11
Singers Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga describe the origin of their creative collaboration.
Thought for Food - Fairlife Milk & Pizza Hut's Subconscious MenuThe Colbert ReportS11
A beverage company enhances milk at the molecular level, and Pizza Hut invents a mind-reading menu.
The No Social Security for Nazis ActThe Colbert ReportS11
In an inspiring display of bipartisanship, Congress passes a bill banning Social Security payments to suspected Nazis.
Surprise Visit From Amy SedarisThe Colbert ReportS11
"The Heart, She Holler" star Amy Sedaris drops by for a completely unexpected interview with Stephen.
Intro - 12/3/14The Colbert ReportS11
Fast food gets a technological upgrade, Stephen takes a bold stand on a controversial issue, and director Christopher Nolan talks about his film "Interstellar."
Christopher NolanThe Colbert ReportS11
Director Christopher Nolan shares a clip from "Interstellar" and discusses his love for making thought-provoking films and occasionally blowing things up.
Obama's Bold and Beautiful Ambassador PickThe Colbert ReportS11
Former soap opera producer Colleen Bell becomes the U.S. ambassador to Hungary, leading to serious melodrama on The Report.
Paul FarmerThe Colbert ReportS11
"Infections and Inequalities" author Dr. Paul Farmer discusses his work with Partners In Health, a group that provides health care to impoverished people all over the world.
President Barack Obama to Appear on The ReportThe Colbert ReportS11
Stephen announces President Obama's guest appearance on the upcoming Mr. Colbert Goes to Washington special.
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