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, a popular The Colbert Report Comedy Central show hosted by Stephen Colbert, and produced by Colbert, Jon Stewart, and Ben Karlin in which Colbert plays the role of a populist blowhard journalist character, similar to his role on . In The Daily Show The Colbert Report, the former correspondent becomes the host of his own parody of media pundit programs, such as and The O'Reilly Factor . Hannity and Colmes
There are a number of noteworthy recurring elements in most episodes of
The Colbert Report. Many episodes feature "The Wørd" of the day, which serves as a theme for a monologue early in the episode. Each has a studio guest later in the episode, and each begins with a brief summary of what the episode will contain, followed by an introductory phrase and then by the theme music. This introductory phrase very often inserts the word truth into a common phrase, such as "Apply Truth liberally to the inflamed area," or says "this is The Colbert Report," though there are exceptions.
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List of The Colbert Report episodes
January [ edit ]
Kenneth Roth It is really cold.
America endures a
polar vortex, the FDA targets antibiotics in livestock, recreational weed goes on sale in Colorado, and Ken Roth discusses Human Rights Watch.
Donald Trump takes on global warming, Pope Francis criticizes wealth disparity, scientists look for time travelers online, and John Seigenthaler discusses Al Jazeera America.
Ishmael Beah Happy Birthday to North Korea's
Kim Jong-un. Please accept our gift of Dennis Rodman. No returns. January 8
Scandal engulfs Chris Christie, the media explains the concept of cold weather, and Ishmael Beah talks being a child soldier and his book, Radiance of Tomorrow.
Chris Christie's bridge scandal deepens,
Robert Gates's has harsh words for Obama, and Jeff Skoll discusses his film company, Duty Participant Media.
David Fanning The new
Ford F-150 is made of 97% aluminum. Which means it's lighter, but you can't put it in the microwave. January 13
A chemical spill threatens West Virginia's water supply, Obama's Iraq policy comes under fire, a company provides retroactive advertising, and David Fanning talks . Frontline
A-Rod is suspended for drug use, Pat Buchanan supports Russia's anti-gay laws, Billie Jean King is a U.S. Olympic delegate, and Deborah Solomon talks American Mirror.
America gets its own commercial, college athletes struggle with literacy,
a sex scandal rocks France, and Gabriel Sherman talks The Loudest Voice In The Room.
The NSA infects personal computers, a jewelry company sells diamond pacifiers, Carol Burnett gets sarcastic, and Naquasia LeGrand talks "Fast Food Forward."
Kraft has recalled over 1.7 million pounds of Velveeta products for mislabeled ingredients. They accidentally called it cheese. January 20
Peyton Manning chants for Omaha, a drug shortage threatens the death penalty, Pope Francis encourages breastfeeding in church, and Scott Stossel talks My Age of Anxiety.
Michael Chabon & Mariel Hemingway
cOlbert's Book Club begins with a primer on
Ernest Hemingway, Michael Chabon talks , and Mariel Hemingway discusses her grandfather's romantic side. A Farewell To Arms
Charles Duhigg The
recent blizzard cracked a giant glass panel at New York's Apple Store. They can get it fixed for free if they don't tell Apple it got wet. January 22
NASA discovers a Martian doughnut, U.S. nuclear officers cheat on proficiency tests, the Westminster Dog Show allows mutts, and Charles Duhigg talks The Power of Habit.
Riots break out in the Ukraine, Tim Wu weighs in on net neutrality, China bootlegs The Report, and Patricia Churchland discusses Touching A Nerve.
NFL prohibits mention of the Super Bowl, Richard Sherman unleashes a post-game rant, the Grammys embrace gay marriage, and FiveThirtyEight's Nate Silver discusses sports.
NFL cracks down on extra points, Stephen trains to be a quarterback, spotted owls fight for survival, and Justin Tuck describes the thrill of football.
Stephen trains for
Super Bowl greatness, the Puppy Bowl gets a new player, Joe Biden distracts at the State of the Union, and Cris Carter discusses football and Going Deep.
The NFL rethinks their marijuana policy, football might cause brain damage, the mayors of Denver and Seattle root for their home team, and Drew Brees talks "Playoff Face Off."
February [ edit ]
Coca-Cola's Super Bowl ad sparks outrage, cheerleaders sue the Oakland Raiders, J.K. Rowling regrets pairing Hermione and Ron, and Jennifer Senior talks All Joy and No Fun.
Maria Alyokhina & Nadezhda Tolokonnikova of Pussy Riot
Black History Month coincides with Children's Dental Health Month, Chris Christie's bridge scandal worsens, and Pussy Riot discusses human rights and the Putin regime.
Lake Street Dive New York City is running low on road salt, no wonder my commute was so bland.
Critics argue that
Obamacare will destroy jobs, Mort Zuckerman weighs in on Tom Perkins' Nazi analogy, and Lake Street Dive performs a song from Bad Self Portraits.
Obama faces pressure to approve the
Keystone Pipeline, Olympic journalists share Sochi horror stories, TSA agents gawk at body scan images, and Paul Krugman talks Obamacare.
The Sochi Olympics open with a technical glitch, Buddy Cole investigates Russia's anti-gay laws, the Taliban captures a spy dog, and Patrick Kennedy discusses Project SAM.
Charlie Crist According to the
Department of Agriculture, one in six men eat pizza every day. The other five eat yesterday's pizza. February 11
Stephen launches a fundraiser for the U.S.
speed skating team, Buddy Cole helps athletes appear straight, Michael Sam comes out, and Charlie Crist discusses The Party's Over.
Stephen attends the White House State Dinner,
Bill O'Reilly gloats over his Obama interview, Shepard Smith recites the White House menu, and Godfrey Reggio talks Visitors.
Brian Greene Employers in Spain are getting rid of daytime naps. Meanwhile, employers in America are getting rid of nighttime sleep.
Jimmy Fallon to The Tonight Show, Piers Morgan offends the trans community, Janet Mock explores gender identity, and Brian Greene discusses World Science U.
Georgia is offering a license plate featuring The Confederate Flag. Well I certainly hope State Troopers don't use it to racially profile white people. February 19
U.S. ice dancers nab a gold medal, Buddy Cole investigates gay propaganda in Sochi, Al Qaeda members accidentally kill themselves, and Alexander Payne talks "Nebraska."
Bill O'Reilly accuses Stephen of mockery, Bode Miller discusses his Olympic win, Buddy Cole goes undercover in Sochi, and Stanley McChrystal talks "My Share of the Task."
Major League Baseball is eliminating Home Plate collisions. Apparently they violate baseball's long standing ban on action. February 24
A Dutch Olympics coach slams the U.S. speedskating team, protesters oust the
Ukrainian president, and Darlene Love talks 20 Feet From Stardom.
Huffington Post asks parents if their kid is Hitler, critics fume over military budget cuts, a lobby fights for paper, and St. Vincent performs "Digital Witness."
Meryl Davis & Charlie White
Michelle Obama tackles child obesity, a
Gumby thief terrorizes a small town, critics target Hillary Clinton's age, and Meryl Davis & Charlie White bask in Olympic glory.
Jeff Goldblum The Oscar's are on Sunday! Damn! I had Tuesday in our office pool.
Jan Brewer vetoes anti-gay legislation, a study suggests that race is subjective, the KKK embraces sci-fi technology, and Jeff Goldblum discusses "The Grand Budapest Hotel."
Slavery makes history at
the Oscars, an anti-Obamacare ad spreads falsehoods, Barbie poses for Sports Illustrated, and Caitlin Flanagan talks "The Dark Power of Fraternities."
Jaron Lanier Singapore is now the world's most expensive place to live. For the world's cheapest place, check your clothing label.
Stephen gives a primer on Crimea, Republicans blame Obama for the
Ukraine crisis, Steve King defends Arizona's anti-gay bill, and Jaron Lanier talks "Who Owns the Future?"
Bill O'Reilly cites the "downside" of woman presidents, Chevron delivers pizza, Headline News targets the social media generation, and Beau Willimon talks " House of Cards."
Theaster Gates Staples is closing 225 stores, great, now will I not find the ink cartridges that I need.
upskirt photography, teens pursue the " thigh gap," Warner Music holds " Happy Birthday" hostage, and Theaster Gates uses art to revitalize urban spaces.
Neil deGrasse Tyson
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