The Colbert Report
Sign Off - "The Better Angels of Our Nature"
Season 9 • 08/13/2013
Stephen studies up on violence statistics.
Innocent Tourist MistakeThe Colbert ReportS9
An American tourist snaps the finger off a 600-year-old Italian statue while trying to compare hand size.
Better Know a District - New Jersey's 12thThe Colbert ReportS9
New Jersey's 12th congressional district is home to Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, meaning that Clarence Thomas insists he's from there, too.
Badonkadonk JournalismThe Colbert ReportS9
The Today Show gives Flo Rida a forum for discussing his love of big, juicy butts.
Sheldon WhitehouseThe Colbert ReportS9
Senator Sheldon Whitehouse shares his book, "On Virtues: Quotations and Insights to Live a Full, Honorable, and Truly American Life."
John Lewis Pt. 1The Colbert ReportS9
Civil rights pioneer John Lewis remembers the March on Washington and the 1965 Selma march.
John Lewis Pt. 2The Colbert ReportS9
Thanks to Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King Jr., Congressman John Lewis has been getting in trouble for more than 53 years.
TSA Expansion ProgramThe Colbert ReportS9
Despite rises in agent misconduct, the TSA invades stadiums and passenger trains.
TSA Expansion Program - Steven PinkerThe Colbert ReportS9
Neuroscientist Steven Pinker shares his book, "The Better Angels of Our Nature: Why Violence Has Declined."
Stop-and-Frisk & Mandatory MinimumsThe Colbert ReportS9
An unelected activist judge rejects New York City's stop-and-frisk program on the bizarre theory that minorities have a constitutional right not to be manhandled.
Sign Off - "The Better Angels of Our Nature"The Colbert ReportS9
Stephen reads Steven Pinker's book on how violence has declined.
People Who Are Destroying America - Johnny CummingsThe Colbert ReportS9
Openly gay Mayor Johnny Cummings helps Vicco, KY, become the smallest U.S. town to pass an LGBT fairness ordinance.
Sochi 2014 Winter OlympicsThe Colbert ReportS9
The International Olympic Committee responds to Russia's anti-gay propaganda law by asking gay athletes to knock it off for a couple of weeks.
Kevin SpaceyThe Colbert ReportS9
"House of Cards" actor Kevin Spacey explains why he should get an award for TV even though his show is on the Internet.
Big Mother GovernmentThe Colbert ReportS9
The White House hires "nudge" experts to influence Americans' behavior and to get Joe Biden to stop drinking from the toilet.
Intro - 8/14/13The Colbert ReportS9
Small town values come under attack, the government tries to get inside people's heads, and Kevin Spacey discusses his political drama series, "House of Cards."
The Word - Gag GiftThe Colbert ReportS9
Range Resources pays a Pennsylvania family $750,000 to relocate and keep quiet about health problems they experienced near a fracking site.
NSA Press Conference on Domestic SpyingThe Colbert ReportS9
Edward Snowden ruined President Obama's plan to throw a surprise transparency party.
Obama Rodeo ClownThe Colbert ReportS9
There is no higher honor than having a cowboy clown wear a grotesque mask of your face while the announcer asks, "Who wants to see this guy trampled?"
Richard BrodheadThe Colbert ReportS9
Duke University President Richard Brodhead talks about his report on the humanities, "The Heart of the Matter."
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