The Colbert Report
Neil deGrasse Tyson
Season 4 • 06/25/2008
Neil deGrasse Tyson and Stephen talk about dark matter and life on Mars.
Oil CrisisThe Colbert ReportS4
Yes, we need offshore drilling, but what about off-porch drilling?
Hollywood Face ViolenceThe Colbert ReportS4
Shame on Will Smith for hurting other people's faces. His face already has the unfair advantage of being amazingly handsome and stunningly symmetrical.
Intro - 6/24/08The Colbert ReportS4
Should we solve the oil crisis with offshore drilling? Stephen says any excuse for a preemptive strike on the ocean.
Will SmithThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen asks Will Smith if he supports Barack Obama because he secretly wants to play him in a movie of his life.
The Word - BleepThe Colbert ReportS4
Thank you, George Carlin. Few people have done more to repress what other people can say.
Dr. Jason BondThe Colbert ReportS4
The world demands an eight-legged tribute to Stephen, and not another barbershop quartet.
Paul GoldbergerThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen asks Paul Goldberger why America can't take our existing skyscrapers and stack them to make the tallest building in the world.
Intro - 6/25/08The Colbert ReportS4
America no longer has the tallest building, but could our planned Mexican border wall be the world's longest building?
Judge, Jury & Executioner - WhalesThe Colbert ReportS4
What doesn't kill whales? They can't even sunbathe without dropping dead.
Neil deGrasse TysonThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen asks Neil deGrasse Tyson what dark matter is because he doesn't see the color of matter.
The Tank is Half Full - CriminalsThe Colbert ReportS4
Criminals have been getting a free ride for too long. It's about time they went Dutch.
Stephen Packs for his TripThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen packs Sweetness for their romantic trip to Washington, DC.
Difference Makers - Steve PelkeyThe Colbert ReportS4
Steve Pelkey is a hero fighting for our constitutional rights to keep and bear cherry bombs.
Intro - 6/26/08The Colbert ReportS4
There's an upside to the gas crisis -- it's a great time to be an oil conglomerate.
Robert WexlerThe Colbert ReportS4
Stephen asks Congressman Robert Wexler to say some things about his constituents since they're asleep.
Stephen and SweetnessThe Colbert ReportS4
The Supreme Court overturns Washington, DC's ban on handguns. Finally, Stephen and Sweetness can be together.
Belgians Buy BudweiserThe Colbert ReportS4
Since Stephen heard Anheuser-Busch sold itself to a Belgian brewer, he's been drinking non-stop before those waffle humpers change the formula.
Daniel C. EstyThe Colbert ReportS4
Daniel C. Esty believes the free market can solve the environmental problem. Stephen's been saying that for years.
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