The Colbert Report
Season 11 • 10/16/2014
William Deresiewicz talks "Excellent Sheep," his book about the shortcomings of Ivy League schools.
Say Yes to Rick ScottThe Colbert ReportS11
A Republican ad targets female voters by comparing Florida Governor Rick Scott to the perfect wedding dress.
Sean Hannity's Question of the DayThe Colbert ReportS11
Sean Hannity takes time out from covering the news to answer personal questions from viewers.
Who's Attacking Me Now? - Larry PageThe Colbert ReportS11
Stephen threatens to sue Google CEO Larry Page after discovering that the search engine understated his height by an entire inch.
Tip/Wag - Barack Obama & Stan LeeThe Colbert ReportS11
President Obama reverses his position on nuclear weapons, and Stan Lee of Marvel Comics outsources America's superheroes.
Justin SimienThe Colbert ReportS11
Writer-director Justin Simien shares a clip from his film "Dear White People" and talks about the concept of microaggression.
Abandoned WMDs in IraqThe Colbert ReportS11
The New York Times reports that thousands of chemical weapons were found in Iraq, causing Stephen to party like it's 2003.
Abandoned WMDs in Iraq - C.J. ChiversThe Colbert ReportS11
The New York Times's C.J. Chivers describes how the secrecy surrounding Iraq's chemical weapons prevented injured troops from getting the appropriate medical care.
Rick Scott and Charlie Crist's Bizarre DebateThe Colbert ReportS11
Florida's gubernatorial debate between Charlie Crist and Rick Scott kicks off with a heated disagreement over an electric fan.
William DeresiewiczThe Colbert ReportS11
"Excellent Sheep" author William Deresiewicz argues that Ivy League schools are failing to provide students with the tools needed for a full and meaningful life.
Louie Gohmert on Gays in the MilitaryThe Colbert ReportS11
Texas Congressman Louie Gohmert warns that gay soldiers will be too busy getting massages to defend America.
Meredith VieiraThe Colbert ReportS11
Meredith Vieira talks about "The Meredith Vieira Show," her friendly brush with Ebola and her tendency to blurt out personal information on television.
Intro - 10/27/14The Colbert ReportS11
Ebola arrives in Manhattan, Stephen weighs in on gays in the military, and Meredith Vieira visits The Report.
Sign Off - SundaeThe Colbert ReportS11
Stephen experiences a moment of weakness with his ice cream sundae.
Ebola in New YorkThe Colbert ReportS11
An Ebola patient explores New York City, and Governors Andrew Cuomo and Chris Christie enact a controversial quarantine for people who have been exposed to the virus.
Michael LewisThe Colbert ReportS11
"Liar's Poker" author Michael Lewis discusses the questionable ethics of Wall Street and plays a high-stakes game with Stephen.
War on Halloween - Flaming Bags of GovernmentThe Colbert ReportS11
The federal government inserts its own agenda into Halloween, spoiling America's spooky-time fun.
Sport Report - Fall Experimental Football LeagueThe Colbert ReportS11
The FXFL emerges to provide the most average entertainment football has to offer.
The NRA vs. Pennsylvania's Pet-Eating BanThe Colbert ReportS11
Thanks to pressure from the NRA, people remain free to dine on dogs and cats in Pennsylvania.
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