The Colbert Report
Season 7 • 01/18/2011
Cornel West calls himself a militant for tenderness and an extremist for radical love.
Sign Off - New York PostThe Colbert ReportS7
Stephen signs off with the New York Post.
Sherry TurkleThe Colbert ReportS7
Sherry Turkle doesn't want to get rid of technology, but she thinks it's time to put it in its place.
Intro - 1/17/11The Colbert ReportS7
Stephen examines gun control, unveils a new portrait and talks to Sherry Turkle about alienating technology.
Art Stephen Up Challenge - Wade HamptonThe Colbert ReportS7
Stephen critiques a couple masterpiece submissions and unveils Wade Hampton's portrait rendering above the mantel.
The Word - Run for Your LifeThe Colbert ReportS7
Dan Burton proposes a bulletproof Congressional plexiglass dome, and Peter King wants to keep guns 1,000 feet from federal officials.
Mika Brzezinski Experiences Palin FatigueThe Colbert ReportS7
Mika Brzezinski thinks Sarah Palin's speeches are coded talking points mixed in with words picked up at random from a thesaurus.
Coma CozyThe Colbert ReportS7
The Coma Cozy comes with a feeding tube hole and a warm fleece catheter for effortless cocoon living.
Intro - 1/18/11The Colbert ReportS7
Stephen wants to make American children Chinese and assumes Cornel West's book is about Obama joining the circus.
The Word - DisintegrationThe Colbert ReportS7
North Carolina Tea Partiers want to reverse socially engineered progress until things get so bad for the poor that they can't be ignored.
Cornel WestThe Colbert ReportS7
Cornel West wants the love to flow so that poor people will have the same dignity as investment bankers.
Shout Out - Preston PyshThe Colbert ReportS7
Preston Pysh receives the single highest honor a member of the military can receive from a civilian: the Colbert Bump of Honor.
Tip/Wag - Four Loko & HoroscopesThe Colbert ReportS7
Four Loko finds a new way to make money off their liver-destroying gutter swill, and horoscopes are off by one month.
Ron ReaganThe Colbert ReportS7
Ron Reagan helps Stephen remember that his father raised taxes and provided amnesty to illegal immigrants.
Intro - 1/19/11The Colbert ReportS7
Stephen wants someone to open his present from Afghanistan and asks Ron Reagan about which president he wrote his memoir.
Sign Off - I Eat America (And So Can You!) RecallThe Colbert ReportS7
Stephen announces a recall of "I Eat America (And So Can You!)" due to a production error beyond his control.
Black-Tie Dinner for Hu JintaoThe Colbert ReportS7
President Obama's black-tie dinner for Hu Jintao should have been a sweatpants potluck with box wine and a sleeve of Oreos.
Sign Off - Donald PellviewThe Colbert ReportS7
Stephen thanks his understudy, Donald Pellview, for filling in for him tonight.
50th Anniversary of JFK's Inaugural AddressThe Colbert ReportS7
On the 50th anniversary of John F. Kennedy's "Ask Not" inaugural address, the all-American pundit panel tears Camelot a new hole.
State Budget Shortfalls - Christine Todd WhitmanThe Colbert ReportS7
Christine Todd Whitman explains what services she would cut first if she were the governor of one of the 46 states facing budget deficits.
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