The Colbert Report
Gold, Frankincense and Mars - Guy Consolmagno
Season 5 • 12/01/2009
Brother Guy Consolmagno believes studying the universe is a way of getting to know God.
Amateur Hour at the White HouseThe Colbert ReportS5
Joe Biden crashes President Obama's state dinner to get on "The Real Housewives of Delaware."
Cevin SolingThe Colbert ReportS5
Cevin Soling says public schools have been transformed into prisons because of an overdependence on security.
Something Is Melting in Denmark - Dan EstyThe Colbert ReportS5
Dan Esty believes President Obama will bring a change in spirit to the United Nations Climate Change Conference.
Better Know a Lobby - Ploughshares FundThe Colbert ReportS5
Joseph Cirincione plays "Sanction, Bomb, Marry?" with Iran, Pakistan and North Korea.
Sherman AlexieThe Colbert ReportS5
Sherman Alexie criticizes digital technology for taking away the local celebration and appreciation of books.
Better Know a Made-Up District - Connecticut's 42ndThe Colbert ReportS5
Connecticut's 42nd District is located in the middle of the River Styx and is represented by Brad Pitt's character from "Fight Club."
Intro - 12/1/09The Colbert ReportS5
The Catholic Church searches for life on other planets, and Sherman Alexie discusses his book, "War Dances."
U.S. Army Chain of CommandThe Colbert ReportS5
By sending 30,000 more troops to Afghanistan, President Obama must be unfamiliar with the chain of command.
Gold, Frankincense and Mars - Guy ConsolmagnoThe Colbert ReportS5
Brother Guy Consolmagno explains why the Vatican accepts the possibility of alien life.
Deployment FiguresThe Colbert ReportS5
President Obama's speech to send 30,000 troops to Afghanistan was missing passion and a certain word.
Cheating Death - R.J. Reynolds, Genzyme & Bionic BottomThe Colbert ReportS5
R.J. Reynolds hopes to make money off of quit-smoking aids, Genzyme pills contain trash, and a man regulates his bowel movements via remote control.
Intro - 12/2/09The Colbert ReportS5
Barack Obama sends 30,000 troops into Afghanistan, and Craig Watkins overturns old convictions with DNA evidence.
Craig WatkinsThe Colbert ReportS5
Craig Watkins tries to bring back credibility to the criminal justice system by overturning wrongful convictions.
Intro - 12/3/09The Colbert ReportS5
Tiger Woods says he's sorry, Stephen has Olympic fever, and Janet Napolitano isn't securing the homeland.
Tiger's TaleThe Colbert ReportS5
Tiger Woods didn't realize that cheating is a sacred institution between one man, one woman and one other woman.
Skate Expectations - Skeleton Team Tryouts - Zach LundThe Colbert ReportS5
Zach Lund gives Stephen the history of skeleton racing before helping him try out for the Olympic team.
Janet NapolitanoThe Colbert ReportS5
Janet Napolitano discusses America's border security and explains why she doesn't believe in the color-coded terror alert level.
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