The Colbert Report
Job-Killing EPA - Carol Browner
Season 8 • 10/19/2011
Carol Browner believes that America needs the EPA to protect the health of its children.
Herman Cain's Electrified FenceThe Colbert ReportS8
Herman Cain is joking about the deadly, electrified U.S.-Mexico border fence -- unless Americans are into the idea, in which case he means it.
Talking iPhone 4SThe Colbert ReportS8
Stephen tries to talk his iPhone 4S into writing the show.
Thought for Food - School Potato Guidelines & Fast Food StampsThe Colbert ReportS8
The USDA launches an attack on the American school lunch tradition of fried tater tots, and Yum! Brand applies for inclusion in the food stamp program.
Sign Off - Sixth Anniversary PortraitThe Colbert ReportS8
In honor of The Report's sixth anniversary, Stephen unveils his latest portrait, and New York's Chelsea Market exhibits behind-the-scenes photos from the show.
Steven PinkerThe Colbert ReportS8
Steven Pinker believes the world is increasingly nonviolent and that this may be the most peaceful time in human existence.
Job-Killing EPAThe Colbert ReportS8
The Republican presidential candidates all agree on one thing: they want to end the EPA's job-murdering environmental regulations.
Sign Off - Laptop MusicThe Colbert ReportS8
Stephen listens to music on his laptop and says goodnight.
Intro - 10/19/11The Colbert ReportS8
GOP presidential candidates debate in Las Vegas, Republicans want to abolish the EPA, and Ali Soufan discusses the war on terror.
Ali SoufanThe Colbert ReportS8
Former FBI Special Agent Ali Soufan discusses the interrogation techniques he used to obtain intelligence from Al Qaeda operatives.
Rush Limbaugh's L.R.A. ResearchThe Colbert ReportS8
Before researching the Lord's Resistance Army, Rush Limbaugh accuses Barack Obama of killing Christians in Uganda.
Job-Killing EPA - Carol BrownerThe Colbert ReportS8
Former EPA administrator Carol Browner explains why clean air and water are good for America's economy.
Chris MartinThe Colbert ReportS8
Coldplay frontman Chris Martin weighs Stephen's single Grammy Award against his seven and admits to stealing America's Gwyneth.
Bill O'Reilly's "Pinheads & Patriots"The Colbert ReportS8
Bill O'Reilly supports America's troops by sending them what they need most on the battlefield: his book.
Intro - 10/20/11The Colbert ReportS8
The airline industry creates a new source of revenue, shocking reports emerge from Afghanistan, and Coldplay perform music from their album "Mylo Xyloto."
Tip/Wag - Tea Party Nation Pledge & Spirit Airlines' Ad RevenueThe Colbert ReportS8
The Tea Party Nation asks its members to pledge not to hire employees, and Spirit Airlines turns jets into flying billboards.
Goodbye, Muammar al-GaddafiThe Colbert ReportS8
Rebels pull Muammar al-Gaddafi out of a hole and kill him, ending his brutal 42-year reign.
America's Top Mormons - Jon HuntsmanThe Colbert ReportS8
A poll places Jon Huntsman among the top two Mormons in the Republican presidential race.
Colbert Super PAC - "Corporations Are People" - Frank LuntzThe Colbert ReportS8
Frank Luntz helps Stephen make the idea that corporations are people appealing to Americans.
Colbert Super PAC - "Corporations Are People" - Frank Luntz's Focus GroupThe Colbert ReportS8
Frank Luntz convenes a focus group to develop the perfect Colbert Super PAC ad while Stephen watches behind a two-way mirror.
Jon HuntsmanThe Colbert ReportS8
Jon Huntsman addresses the controversy surrounding his faith and talks about serving as the U.S. Ambassador to China during Barack Obama's presidency.
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