The Colbert Report
Intro - 5/2/07
Season 3 • 05/02/2007
Bush vetoes the Iraq Funding Bill. The Democrats must have tried to pay the troops in stem cells.
The Colbert ReportS3 Mitt's Favorite Book
Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney's favorite author is L. Ron Hubbard.
The Colbert ReportS3 Intro - 5/1/07
Stephen wonders whether public radio is destroying America, Tony Stewart accuses NASCAR of fixing races, and guest Malcolm Gladwell defends making decisions without thinking.
The Colbert ReportS3 The Word - Who Cares?
NASCAR driver Tony Stewart complains NASCAR is selling fiction by fixing races to appear closer than they are, but Stephen asks -- who cares?
The Colbert ReportS3 NPR Correction
Stephen offers a travel mug, tote bag and a book on quilting to NPR hosts to tempt them to air his inaccurate statements.
The Colbert ReportS3 Malcolm Gladwell
Malcolm Gladwell explains that Colin Powell knew what would happen in Iraq because of his experience and Stephen claims knowledge is elitist.
The Colbert ReportS3 Stephen's Horse
As a child, Stephen gave up his velvet hat and jodhpurs to play center field.
The Colbert ReportS3 HR 1591
Bill HR 1591 opposing the Iraq war was born May 1st, 2007 at 3:30 p.m. It died May 1st, 2007 at 6:10 p.m. Stephen is sorry for the Democrats' loss.
The Colbert ReportS3 Gina Kolata
Stephen asks Gina Kolata what the one food is he can eat that will make him lose weight and make sure he never dies.
The Colbert ReportS3 Mike Gravel
Senator Mike Gravel believes Spartans encouraged homosexuality because they fight harder for the people they love.
The Colbert ReportS3 The Word - Better Safe Than Sorry
If your name sounds like a terrorist's name, Stephen urges you to prove you are not a terrorist by turning yourself in.
The Colbert ReportS3 Intro - 5/2/07
George Bush vetoes the Iraq funding bill, guest Gina Kolata says Americans are obsessed with losing weight, and captured terrorists: should they be sent abroad to be tortured?
The Colbert ReportS3 Battle of the Surfaces
How would the Indianapolis Colts stack up against this weekend's Kentucky Derby winner? You cannot sack what you cannot catch.
The Colbert ReportS3 Sign Off - Impatiens
Stephen has to get his inpatients in this weekend.
The Colbert ReportS3 Conn Iggulden
Conn Iggulden tells Stephen why it's so important for boys to play dangerous games.
The Colbert ReportS3 Intro - 5/3/07
Secularism is spreading through Europe, Stephen profiles Virginia's 11th District, and guest Conn Igguden talks about the importance of childhood games.
The Colbert ReportS3 Exclusive - Better Know a District - Virginia's 11th - Tom Davis
Stephen asks Virginia Congressman Tom Davis about being born in North Dakota.
The Colbert ReportS3 Better Know a District - Virginia's 11th - Tom Davis
Stephen asks Tom Davis if he'd be willing to be tagged and fitted with a radio collar as part of the Republicans' captive breeding program.
The Colbert ReportS3 The Word - The Unquisition
Atheists have finally joined the game and they're selling it hard, including their own manifesto and de-baptisms.
The Colbert ReportS3 Cheating Death - Vaxadrin
Vaxadrin is the only weight loss pill recommended by Dr. Stephen T. Colbert, DFA.
The Colbert ReportS3 Intro - 5/7/07
Democrats widen the definition of hate crime, Stephen introduces a new segment on health, and Richard Preston tells Stephen about people having sex in trees.
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