Stephen Colbert, from The Daily Show gives his own take on the issues of the day, and more importantly, tells you why everyone else's take is just plain wrong. The series is intended to be a parody of Bill O'Reilly, Anderson Cooper, Sean Hannity, Alan Colmes, Joe Scarborough, etc.
The Colbert Report Season 7 (2011)
|7x05 Fen Montaigne |
Stephen violates the Constitution, and Fen Montaigne talks about Antarctic penguins.
|Jan. 10, 2011|
|7x06 Chris Hughes |
Stephen picks this year's Grammy winners, and Chris Hughes starts a site for Jewish sumo wrestlers.
|Jan. 11, 2011|
|7x07 Bernard-Henri Levy |
50 Cent makes $8 million on Twitter, and Bernard-Henri Levy discusses public intellectualism.
|Jan. 12, 2011|
|7x08 Kevin Spacey |
Hitler delivers a moving speech in Tucson, and Stephen pictures Kevin Spacey naked with rose petals.
|Jan. 13, 2011|
|7x09 Sherry Turkle |
Stephen unveils a new portrait of himself and talks to Sherry Turkle about alienating technology.
|Jan. 17, 2011|
|7x10 Cornel West |
Stephen looks at education reform and assumes Cornel West's book is about Obama joining the circus.
|Jan. 18, 2011|
|7x11 Ron Reagan Jr. |
Stephen gets a present from Afghanistan and talks to Ron Reagan about his memoir.
|Jan. 19, 2011|
|7x12 Chris Matthews |
Christine Todd Whitman discusses state budget shortfalls, and Chris Matthews defends JFK's legacy.
|Jan. 20, 2011|
|7x13 Charlie Rose |
House Republicans repeal health care to create new jobs, and Stephen talks to Charlie Rose.
|Jan. 24, 2011|
|7x14 Amy Chua |
Stephen covers home appliance safety and talks to Amy Chua about her controversial book.
|Jan. 25, 2011|
|7x15 Michael Waldman, Christine Yvette Lewis |
Michael Waldman rates the State of the Union, and Christine Yvette Lewis fights for domestic workers.
|Jan. 26, 2011|
|7x16 Dr. Daryl Bem, Brian Greene |
Stephen wonders if ESP exists and asks Brian Greene if there is a universe where people buy books.
|Jan. 27, 2011|
|7x17 Samer Shehata, Dr. Paul Offit |
There's a breakthrough in taser technology, and Dr. Paul Offit discusses the importance of vaccines.
|Jan. 31, 2011|
|7x18 Leslie Dach, Michael Lewis |
Leslie Dach confirms Wal-Mart's collaboration with Obama, and Michael Lewis discusses Wall Street.
|Feb. 01, 2011|
|7x19 Sean Kelly |
America must break its dependency on foreign turmoil, and Sean Dorrance Kelly discusses the sacred.
|Feb. 02, 2011|
|7x20 Jane McGonigal |
Stephen previews the Super Bowl and talks to Jane McGonigal about video games.
|Feb. 03, 2011|
|7x21 LCD Soundsystem |
Hosni Mubarak steps down onto a pillowy mound of money, and LCD Soundsystem performs.
|Feb. 14, 2011|
|7x22 Christiane Amanpour, David Albright |
President Twitter Bird will lead Egypt, and David Albright talks about Iran's computer virus.
|Feb. 15, 2011|
|7x23 Eric Foner |
Rupert Murdoch takes a new approach to journalism, and Eric Foner talks about Abraham Lincoln.
|Feb. 16, 2011|
|7x24 Jeffrey Leonard |
Stephen poses for Project, and Jeffrey Leonard calls out big companies' late payment policies.
|Feb. 17, 2011|
|7x25 Eugene Jarecki |
Rick Santorum complains about his Google problem, and Eugene Jarecki dispels the myths of Reagan.
|Feb. 21, 2011|
|7x26 Bing West |
Wisconsin Democrats waddle out of the state, and Bing West discusses the way out of Afghanistan.
|Feb. 22, 2011|
|7x27 Stephanie Coontz |
Stephen brings a criminal to justice, and Stephanie Coontz talks about women in the 60s.
|Feb. 23, 2011|
|7x28 Glenn Greenwald, Mike Huckabee |
Aaron Barr threatens WikiLeaks, and Mike Huckabee doesn't believe Obama is a Muslim.
|Feb. 24, 2011|
|7x29 Michael Scheuer |
Stephen's portrait goes up for auction, and Michael Scheuer talks about Osama bin Laden.
|Feb. 28, 2011|
|7x30 Evan Osnos |
Stephen addresses America's elderly and talks to Evan Osnos about the Oscars.
|Mar. 01, 2011|
|7x31 Harry Connick Jr. |
There's a new hope for American manufacturing, and Harry Connick, Jr. won't be tickling the ivories.
|Mar. 02, 2011|
|7x32 Mark W. Moffett |
Stephen fights Jimmy Fallon over his new ice cream flavor, and Mark Moffett talks about bees.
|Mar. 03, 2011|
|7x33 Joshua Foer |
Stephen examines new questions about Obama's past and asks Joshua Foer where he put his car keys.
|Mar. 07, 2011|
|7x34 Dan Sinker |
Congress bans the sale of traditional light bulbs, and Dan Sinker impersonates Rahm Emanuel.
|Mar. 08, 2011|
|7x35 David Brooks |
Clarence Thomas may have a conflict of interest, and David Brooks talks about "The Social Animal."
|Mar. 09, 2011|
|7x36 Reza Aslan |
Al Qaeda recruits Americans, and Reza Aslan talks about the Islamic-American experience.
|Mar. 10, 2011|
|7x37 Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers |
Stephen's self-portrait goes up for auction, and Steve Martin does some bluegrass.
|Mar. 21, 2011|
|7x38 Ayman Mohyeldin |
The art world buzzes about Stephen's portrait, and Ayman Mohyeldin talks in the Situation Mosque.
|Mar. 22, 2011|
|7x39 Nathan Myhrvold |
Simon de Pury dances to Snoop Dogg, and Nathan Myhrvold uses modern scientific methods to cook food.
|Mar. 23, 2011|
|7x40 Jody Williams |
Food prices skyrocket, a cable news feud escalates, and Jody Williams wants to advance equality.
|Mar. 24, 2011|
|7x41 Michael Moore |
Labor unions fight on, and Stephen stands outside with a bullhorn to interview Michael Moore.
|Mar. 28, 2011|
|7x42 Dr. Anthony Fauci |
Stephen questions Obama's plan for Libya and talks infectious diseases with Dr. Anthony Fauci.
|Mar. 29, 2011|
|7x43 Tim Shriver |
Stephen practices Rebecca Black's "Friday" and does a PSA for Tim Shriver.
|Mar. 30, 2011|
|7x44 Piers Gibbon |
The Wisconsin anti-union law faces trouble, and Piers Gibbon talks about cannibalism.
|Mar. 31, 2011|
|7x45 Andrew Chaikin |
Stephen prepares for a world without Glenn Beck, and Andrew Chaikin wants humans to travel to Mars.
|Apr. 04, 2011|
|7x46 James Franco |
Tim Pawlenty raps about pop culture, and James Franco proves he's a Tolkien fan.
|Apr. 05, 2011|
|7x47 Sir David Tang |
Stephen prepares for the royal wedding, and David Tang corrects celebrity rumors.
|Apr. 06, 2011|
|7x48 Jeff Greenfield |
Stephen gets ready for the royal wedding and talks to Jeff Greenfield about alternate histories.
|Apr. 07, 2011|
|7x49 Jamie Hyneman & Adam Savage |
Walgreens offers Pap smears, and Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage test the blue ice myth.
|Apr. 11, 2011|
|7x50 Ray Kurzweil |
Mitt Romney throws his hat in the ring, and Ray Kurzweil says man and machine are becoming one.
|Apr. 12, 2011|
|7x51 Morgan Spurlock |
Unilever creates armpit insecurity among women, and Morgan Spurlock addresses product placement.
|Apr. 13, 2011|
|7x52 Caroline Kennedy |
Trevor Potter helps Stephen fill out super PAC forms, and Caroline Kennedy recites poetry.
|Apr. 14, 2011|
|7x53 Rep. Ron Paul |
n this episode, Stephen recovers from a Catholic bender, and Donald Trump leads in the potential Republican candidate polls. Masturbation cures restless leg syndrome, and Ron Paul criticizes ...
|Apr. 25, 2011|
|7x54 A.C. Grayling |
The climate change debate continues, and A.C. Grayling writes a secular Bible.
|Apr. 26, 2011|
|7x55 Ice-T |
The new danger in air travel comes with a $25 fee, and Ice-T talks about his memoir.
|Apr. 27, 2011|
|7x56 Wade Graham |
Stephen travels to England for the royal wedding, and asks Wade Graham about Covent Garden.
|Apr. 28, 2011|
|7x57 Francis Fukuyama |
Stephen throws a "We Got Bin Laden" party, and Francis Fukuyama warns of the Chinese threat.
|May. 02, 2011|
|7x58 Rex Ryan |
Stephen covers new details in the hunt for Bin Laden and talks to Rex Ryan for six minutes.
|May. 03, 2011|
|7x59 Amy Farrell |
"Atlas Shrugged" comes to the big screen, and Amy Farrell wants to end the persecution of fat people.
|May. 04, 2011|
|7x60 Bill James |
Donald Trump applies his wisdom to same-sex marriage, and Bill James discusses true crime.
|May. 05, 2011|
|7x61 Lupe Fiasco |
Stephen looks at a unique solution to the debt crisis in Michigan, and Lupe Fiasco performs.
|May. 09, 2011|
|7x62 Geoffrey Rush |
A billboard predicts the end of the world, and Geoffrey Rush explains why he's not a method actor.
|May. 10, 2011|
|7x63 James B. Stewart |
Stephen receives an unexpected honor, and Eric Greitens talks about being a Navy Seal.
|May. 11, 2011|
|7x64 John Bradshaw |
Stephen warns of a new government intrusion and talks to John Bradshaw about dog behavior.
|May. 12, 2011|
|7x65 Alison Klayman |
Stephen files his super PAC request, and Alison Klayman talks about Chinese artist Ai Weiwei.
|May. 16, 2011|
|7x66 Amy Kremer |
Stephen covers tax breaks for oil companies and talks to Amy Kremer dressed as an American patriot.
|May. 17, 2011|
|7x67 Austan Goolsbee |
Newt Gingrich struggles to stay on message, and Austan Goolsbee talks about the debt ceiling.
|May. 18, 2011|
|7x68 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar |
John Lithgow performs Gingrich's press release, and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar discusses the Harlem Rens.
|May. 19, 2011|
|7x69 James B. Stewart |
Stephen wonders if the world ended and lies about reading James Stewart's book.
|May. 31, 2011|
|7x70 Robert Kennedy Jr. |
Stephen examines the Weiner scandal, and Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. makes a mountain out of a molehill.
|Jun. 01, 2011|
|7x71 Salman Khan |
Congress rejects raising the debt ceiling, and Salman Khan teaches over 53 million students.
|Jun. 02, 2011|
|7x72 Werner Herzog |
Sarah Palin describes Paul Revere's midnight ride, and Werner Herzog talks about cave paintings.
|Jun. 06, 2011|
|7x73 Sugar Ray Leonard |
Rand Paul identifies terrorists, and Stephen thumb wrestles Sugar Ray Leonard.
|Jun. 07, 2011|
|7x74 Bre Pettis |
Anthony Weiner captures the manscaping vote, and Bre Pettis print a 3-D copy of Stephen's head.
|Jun. 08, 2011|
|7x75 Tom Ridge |
Andrew Breitbart shows a photo of Anthony Weiner's penis, and Tom Ridge talks about natural gas.
|Jun. 09, 2011|
|7x76 Henry Kissinger |
Freestyle canoe dancing heats up, and Henry Kissinger discusses America's relationship with China.
|Jun. 13, 2011|
|7x77 Janny Scott |
Stephen explores "Sesame Street" corruption and talks to Janny Scott about Barack Obama's mother.
|Jun. 14, 2011|
|7x78 Keith Olbermann |
Seniors face a shocking new threat, and Keith Olbermann returns to television.
|Jun. 15, 2011|
|7x79 Bon Iver |
Stephen looks at new developments in technology, and Bon Iver performs.
|Jun. 20, 2011|
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