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The first episode of the News, Comedy, series The Colbert Report season 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 was released in 2010-01-04 by Comedy Central. The TV show was created by and directed by Stephen Colbert, Ben Karlin, Jon Stewart. Actors in the cast include Stephen Colbert. The avarenge rating on IMDB: is / 10. Series awards - .
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air day: 2010-01-04
Stephen tries out for the U.S. curling staff, and Erick Erickson opposes the RNC’s purity take a look at.
air day: 2010-01-05
The army responds to the underwear bomber, and Riley Crane wins a contest to seek out 10 balloons.
Capt. Charles Moore
air day: 2010-01-06
The Senate and House debate well being care, and Charles Moore discovers a floating patch of rubbish.
air day: 2010-01-07
America executes fewer prisoners, and James Fowler talks in regards to the energy of social networks.
Mon, Jan 11, 2010
air day: 2010-01-11
Eugene Jarecki speaks out in opposition to massive banks, and Morgan Freeman says untrustworthy issues.
air day: 2010-01-12
Obama will not admit we’re in the course of a battle, and Raj Patel talks about “The Value of Nothing.”
Wed, Jan 13, 2010
air day: 2010-01-13
Stephen examines the “Avatar” controversy and talks to John Heilemann about “Game Change.”
Thu, Jan 14, 2010
air day: 2010-01-14
Americans stroll away from their mortgages, and Stephen talks to Kathleen Sebelius.
air day: 2010-01-18
Stephen needs to dig for coal, and Emily Pilloton makes use of industrial design to assist the world’s needy.
air day: 2010-01-19
Stephen makes an attempt to make an Olympic staff, and Stephen Bosworth talks about North Korea.
air day: 2010-01-20
Stephen races speedskater Shani Davis and overcomes adversity to interview Dick Ebersol.
air day: 2010-01-21
Stephen critiques Obama’s first yr in workplace, examines airport terrorism and discusses nationwide safety with John Farmer, dean of Rutgers-Newark Law School.
air day: 2010-01-25
An unlikely candidate emerges for a New York Senate seat, and Kati Marton discusses communist Hungary.
air day: 2010-01-26
Paul Begala urges Democrats to struggle again, and Mika Brzezinski balances work with parenting.
air day: 2010-01-27
Stephen calls for an iPad and hopes Arthur Benjamin tells him what comes after 14.
air day: 2010-01-28
Stephen praises Bob McDonnell’s speech, and David Gergen examines the State of the Union deal with.
Nicole Detling Miller, Jessica Smith, Harold Ford Jr.
air day: 2010-02-01
Stephen wins a Grammy, and Harold Ford Jr. defends his new help for homosexual marriage.
air day: 2010-02-02
Stephen pays tribute to J.D. Salinger, and Eliot Spitzer is joyful to see Obama robust on Wall Street.
Peter Cove, John Durant
air day: 2010-02-03
Stephen has recommendation for getting America again to work, and John Durant needs us to reside like cavemen.
Henry Louis Gates
air day: 2010-02-04
A former CIA agent makes startling revelations, and Henry Louis Gates, Jr. analyzes Stephen’s DNA.
Jonathan Safran Foer
air day: 2010-02-08
Sarah Palin writes notes on her hand, and Jonathan Safran Foer urges Americans to eat much less meat.
air day: 2010-02-09
Chris Dodd needs to remove company free speech, and George Stephanopoulos drinks a Heineken.
air day: 2010-02-10
Stephen profiles Chicago’s fifth district, and Claire Danes discusses her function as Temple Grandin.
Al Michaels, David Ross
air day: 2010-02-11
Al Michaels considers an Al Qaeda bobsled staff, and Stephen unveils his Vancouver poster to David Ross.
air day: 2010-02-22
Stephen offends Ujjal Dosanjh and invitations Shaun White for a Canadian beer.
Lindsey Vonn, Bob Costas
air day: 2010-02-23
Lindsey Vonn discusses her Austrian cheese treatment, and Bob Costas does not care who wins.
Scott Hamilton, Jeret Peterson, Ryan St. Onge
air day: 2010-02-24
Scott Hamilton discusses determine skating, whereas Ryan St. Onge and Jeret Peterson face an intervention.
Shani Davis, Seth Wescott
air day: 2010-02-25
Shani Davis thanks the Colbert Nation for his medals, and Seth Wescott refuses to put on tight clothes.
air day: 2010-03-01
Michael Buble sings two nationwide anthems, and Don Cheadle considers doing heroin for Darfur.
air day: 2010-03-02
Kids often is the key to our financial future, and David Brooks discusses average conservatism.
Scheherazade Rehman, Garry Wills
air day: 2010-03-03
Scheherazade Rehman debates Greece’s financial system, and Garry Wills says the president has an excessive amount of energy.
air day: 2010-03-04
Iraqi candidates sway voters with items, and Barry Schwartz explains the draw back of too many selections.
air day: 2010-03-08
Ezra Klein particulars the reconciliation course of, and Tom Hanks discusses his function as a historical past maker.
air day: 2010-03-09
Pringles recollects its two finest flavors, and Annie Leonard says Americans have an excessive amount of stuff.
air day: 2010-03-10
Charlie Cook discusses well being care reconciliation, and Sean Carroll talks in regards to the thriller of time.
air day: 2010-03-11
Scott Rasmussen interprets ballot outcomes, and David Aaronovitch discusses conspiracy theories.
air day: 2010-03-15
Stephen questions the media’s focus and asks Robert Baer if the squirrel is within the basket.
air day: 2010-03-16
Stephen examines the way in which Americans eat and talks to Rebecca Skloot in regards to the ethics of science.
Nell Irvin Painter
air day: 2010-03-17
Doctors supply vasectomy offers for March Madness, and Stephen arm-wrestles Nell Irvin Painter.
air day: 2010-03-18
James Martin defends social justice, and Mary Matalin tries to keep away from Republican speaking factors.
air day: 2010-03-29
Stephen breeds the aged in captivity, and Claire McCaskill sends a message to Rush Limbaugh.
air day: 2010-03-30
Scandal rocks the church even more durable than Creed, and Simon Johnson thinks banks have an excessive amount of energy.
air day: 2010-03-31
The federal authorities raids an anti-government militia, and Craig Mullaney discusses Afghanistan.
David Frum, Judith Shulevitz
air day: 2010-04-01
David Frum will get fired from the Republican cult, and Judith Shulevitz discusses the Sabbath.
air day: 2010-04-05
Fox cancels “24,” and Dean Kamen talks about his new superior prosthetic arm invention.
Reverend Al Sharpton
air day: 2010-04-06
Scrabble adjustments its guidelines to permit correct names, and Al Sharpton fights for training reform.
air day: 2010-04-07
Jeff Goldblum blesses a cigarette, and David Simon talks about his new present, “Treme.”
Neil DeGrasse Tyson
air day: 2010-04-08
Tonight Stephen welcomes astrophysicist and the director of the Hayden Planetarium, Neil DeGrasse Tyson
Jeffrey Toobin, Julian Assange
air day: 2010-04-12
Tonight Stephen welcomes the founding father of Wikileaks, Julian Assange. Also, Stephen talks with Jeffrey Toobin in regards to the substitute of Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens.
air day: 2010-04-13
Tonight Stephen welcomes New York Times journalist Jon Mooallem.
air day: 2010-04-14
Tonight Stephen welcomes the creator of Reality Hunger: A Manifesto, David Shields. Also, Stephen talks with the host of This Week, Jake Tapper and Bill Adair from politicfact.com about truth checking the Sunday discuss exhibits.
air day: 2010-04-15
Tonight Stephen welcomes athlete, actress and activist Aimee Mullins
Andrew Ross Sorkin, George Will
air day: 2010-04-19
Tonight Stephen welcomes political pundit George Will. Also, Stephen talks with New York Times monetary columnist Andrew Ross Sorkin
air day: 2010-04-20
Tonight Stephen welcomes the chief govt of Dreamworks animation, Jeffrey Katzenberg.
air day: 2010-04-21
Tonight Stephen welcomes Oregon State University’s basketball coach and creator of A Game of Character: A Family Journey from Chicago’s Southside to the Ivy League and Beyond, Craig Robinson.
air day: 2010-04-22
Tonight Stephen welcomes musical group Gorillaz.
Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings
air day: 2010-04-26
Tonight Stephen welcomes singer Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings.
air day: 2010-04-27
Tonight Stephen welcomes the co-author of The Dangerous Book of Heroes, Conn Iggulden.
air day: 2010-04-28
Tonight Stephen welcomes the contributing editor for the Atlantic Monthly and creator of Sonic Boom: Globalization at Mach Speed, Gregg Easterbrook.
air day: 2010-04-29
Tonight Stephen welcomes the band Ok Go. Also, Stephen talks with California’s Lt. Governor Abel Moldonado about Proposition 14.
air day: 2010-05-03
Tonight Stephen welcomes Harvard legislation professor Elizabeth Warren. Also, Stephen talks with the president of the Salt Institute Lori Roman and the manager director of the Center for Science within the Public Interest Michael Jacobson about salt consumption regulation.
Michael J. Fox, Mark W. Moffett
air day: 2010-05-04
Tonight Stephen welcomes explorer, biologist and creator of Adventures amongst Ants: A Global Safari with a Cast of Trillions, Mark Moffett. Also, Michael J. Fox interrupts the Word in order that Stephen can promote his new e book.
air day: 2010-05-05
Tonight Stephen welcomes the founding father of StoryCorps and creator of Mom: A Celebration of Mothers from StoryCorps, David Isay.
air day: 2010-05-06
Tonight Stephen welcomes environmentalist and creator of Whole Earth Discipline: An Ecopragmatist Manifesto, Stewart Brand. Also, Stephen talks with The Atlantic Monthly columnist Andrew Sullivan in regards to the British elections.
air day: 2010-05-10
Tonight Stephen welcomes the previous Governor of New Mexico Gary Johnson, Also, Stephen talks with George Washington University’s Scheherazade Rehman in regards to the Greek bailout.
air day: 2010-05-11
Tonight Stephen welcomes historian and creator of Hellhound on His Trail: The Stalking of Martin Luther King, Jr. and the International Hunt for His Assassin, Hampton Sides. Also, Stephen talks with Slate’s authorized correspondent Dahlia Lithwick about Elena Kagen’s Supreme Court nomination.
air day: 2010-05-12
Tonight Stephen welcomes self assist guru and creator of The Shadow Effect: Illuminating the Hidden Power of Your True Self, Deepak Chopra.
The Hold Steady
air day: 2010-05-13
Tonight Stephen welcomes the band The Hold Steady.
Ayaan Hirsi Ali
air day: 2010-06-01
Manned spaceflight nears its finish, and Ayaan Hirsi Ali lives beneath a continuing demise menace.
air day: 2010-06-02
Stephen exhibits stunning footage from Spain, and Lisa Miller spends seven minutes in Heaven.
air day: 2010-06-03
Stephen visits the places of work of Consumer Reports, and Vampire Weekend performs.
James Carville, Jonathan Alter
air day: 2010-06-07
Stephen fundraises for a worthy trigger, and Jonathan Alter discusses President Obama’s first yr.
air day: 2010-06-08
Stephen visits the Consumer Reports labs, and Mark Frauenfelder performs his cigar-box guitar.
Amb. Michael Oren, Sen. Sam Nunn
air day: 2010-06-09
Michael Oren defends Israel’s flotilla raid, and Sam Nunn warns of the nuclear terrorism menace.
air day: 2010-06-10
Marc Fisher debates soccer with Mark Starr, and Alan Bean exhibits off his moon mud work.
air day: 2010-06-14
Stephen recaps the Tony Awards, and Stephen Prothero goes to Hell in seven religions.
Dr. Carl Safina
air day: 2010-06-15
Stephen has to cease searching males and needs Carl Safina to alter the colour of his Blue Ocean Institute.
air day: 2010-06-16
Stephen offers a brief, self-indulgent replace on Twitter, and Devo performs.
air day: 2010-06-17
Stephen helps Bob Inglis win in South Carolina, and David Mamet discusses the dying theater.
air day: 2010-06-21
Stephen interviews for an astronaut place, and Wes Moore discusses the imprisoned Wes Moore.
air day: 2010-06-22
Stephen begins his astronaut coaching, and Gloria Steinem discusses the advantages of males elevating youngsters.
air day: 2010-06-23
Stephen asks if Glenn Beck is a civil rights hero and talks to Tim Westergren about Pandora.
air day: 2010-06-24
Stephen completes astronaut coaching, and Michael Specter discusses the risks of denying science.
Michael Hastings, John Waters
air day: 2010-06-28
Michael Hastings discusses Rolling Stone article, and John Waters helps childhood rise up.
Mayor Julian Castro
air day: 2010-06-29
BP places a constructive spin on the oil spill, and Stephen interviews Mayor Julian Castro.
air day: 2010-06-30
Stephen performs one-on-one with Allan Houston, and Nicholas Carr criticizes the Internet.
air day: 2010-07-01
Texas Republicans need to criminalize homosexuality, and Manny Howard turns his yard right into a farm.
Paul Krugman, Dr. Michio Kaku
air day: 2010-07-05
Stephen joins Cindy Cohn on the Internet and talks to Michio Kaku about invisibility cloaks.
air day: 2010-07-06
Writer Garret Keizer talks about his new e book: “The Unwanted Sound of Everything We Want: A Book About Noise”
air day: 2010-07-07
Actor and previous buddy Steve Carell faces off in opposition to Stephen Colbert
air day: 2010-07-08
Arturo Rodriguez, president of the United Farm Workers of America talks with Stephen about immigrant staff.
air day: 2010-07-26
Stephen downloads the answer to cease media piracy, and Hephzibah Anderson talks about her yr with out intercourse.
Thomas S. Blanton, Kevin Kline
air day: 2010-07-27
Stephen questions the mission in Afghanistan and challenges Kevin Kline with Shakespeare.
air day: 2010-07-28
President Obama blows off the Boy Scouts, and Elon Musk discusses the way forward for electrical automobiles.
air day: 2010-07-29
Bill O’Reilly points a uncommon apology, and Stephen pours Andy Cohen a cocktail.
air day: 2010-08-02
Stephen previews the 2012 Olympics in London, and Jimmy Cliff performs.
air day: 2010-08-03
Stephen reads a few of Barack Obama’s personal musings to Laura Ingraham.
air day: 2010-08-04
P.Ok. Winsome introduces Nielsen Mandela, and Michael Posner discusses worldwide democracy.
air day: 2010-08-05
Californians can now legally marry their pot plant, and Savion Glover performs.
air day: 2010-08-10
Stephen names his Alpha Dog of the Week, and talks to Dylan Ratigan about Wall Street.
air day: 2010-08-11
Michelle Obama holidays in Spain, and David Finkel describes the Iraq War’s impact on American troops.
air day: 2010-08-12
Stephen checks in on the state of America’s seniors and talks to Chuck Close about artwork.
Richard Clarke, John Fetterman
air day: 2010-08-16
Richard Clarke needs a smaller intelligence neighborhood, and John Fetterman revitalizes Braddock, PA.
air day: 2010-08-17
Stephen examines the meat trade and asks Barry Levine about his National Enquirer file.
air day: 2010-08-18
Laura Schlessinger will get in hassle, and Thomas French explains what it takes to construct a zoo.
air day: 2010-08-19
Stephen finds out if there’s nonetheless BP oil within the Gulf, and talks to Jon Krakauer about glory.
air day: 2010-08-23
President Obama should show he is not Muslim, and Leslie Kean requires an investigation of UFOs.
air day: 2010-08-24
Stephen examines Internet privateness and talks to Jeffrey Goldberg about battle within the Middle East.
Andrew Hacker, Heidi Cullen
air day: 2010-08-25
Andrew Hacker dismisses for-profit faculties, and Heidi Cullen warns of maximum climate
air day: 2010-08-26
Glenn Beck re-founds America, and Richard Engel talks in regards to the finish of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
air day: 2010-09-07
The Tea Party wins midterm primaries, and Anthony Romero celebrates the ACLU’s anniversary.
Vice President Joe Biden, Gen. Raymond Odierno
air day: 2010-09-08
Stephen kicks off his salute to the troops tonight with appearances by the Vice President of the United States and the final who shaved his head.
Sen. Jim Webb, Joshua Bleill, Lt. Col. Brent Cummings, John Legend
air day: 2010-09-09
David Petraeus honors the Colbert Nation, whereas Brent Cummings and Josh Bleill discuss their excursions.
air day: 2010-09-13
Lisa Birnbach launched “The Official Preppy Handbook” in 1980. Who’d have thought that 30 years later, we might nonetheless have preppies however not books.
air day: 2010-09-14
Stephen solves the Ground Zero mosque disaster and listens to Sean Wilentz mumble about Bob Dylan.
air day: 2010-09-15
The Tea Party wins the Republican primaries, and Saul Griffith tries to resolve world warming.
air day: 2010-09-16
Stephen publicizes his March to Keep Fear Alive and talks to Lawrence O’Donnell about Tea Partiers.
air day: 2010-09-20
A 106-year-old lady shares her secret to lengthy life, and Pavement reunites after 11 years.
air day: 2010-09-21
Craigslist shuts down its grownup companies, and Google CEO Eric Schmidt searches for himself.
Guillermo Del Toro
air day: 2010-09-22
President Obama offers a back-to-school speech, and Guillermo del Toro meets Stephen del Matador.
air day: 2010-09-23
Stephen concludes his migrant farm employee coaching and talks to Oscar Goodman about Las Vegas.
air day: 2010-09-27
The GOP blocks the repeal of “don’t ask, don’t tell,” and Ken Burns talks about “The Tenth Inning.”
Paul Begala, Ross Douthat
air day: 2010-09-28
Democratic voters undergo from apathy, and Stephen doubts if Ross Douthat is that conservative.
air day: 2010-09-29
The koala inhabitants suffers from Chlamydia, and Steven Rattner discusses the auto trade bailout.
air day: 2010-09-30
Stephen questions ballot reliability and talks to Aaron Sorkin within the corridor whereas folks hand them stuff.
air day: 2010-10-04
The Tea Party reaches out to youngsters, and Eugene Robinson discusses the 4 teams of black America.
air day: 2010-10-05
Stephen appears on the Mexican drug battle, and Leon Botstein needs to eradicate two years of faculty
Mavis Staples and Jeff Tweedy
air day: 2010-10-06
The authorities tries to take management of America’s meals, and Mavis Staples and Jeff Tweedy carry out.
air day: 2010-10-07
Joseph Califano debates Gary Johnson over Prop 19, and Davis Guggenheim addresses failing colleges.
air day: 2010-10-11
Muslims would possibly take over the meals provide, and Robert Reich talks about the way forward for the U.S. financial system.
air day: 2010-10-12
Schools discover a new approach to increase cash, and M. Night Shyamalan is not actually right here.
air day: 2010-10-13
Stephen questions whether or not it is truthful to tax the wealthy, and Austan Goolsbee offers Obama financial recommendation.
air day: 2010-10-14
Stephen offers away free bus tickets to D.C., and Bill Bryson talks about intercourse within the Middle Ages.
air day: 2010-10-25
Stephen celebrates his fifth anniversary, and Nicholas Negroponte offers laptops to poor youngsters.
air day: 2010-10-26
Stephen prepares for the apocalypse, and Garry Wills writes a e book about himself.
Rep. Tom Perriello, Apolo Anton Ohno
air day: 2010-10-27
Stephen appears on the Democrats’ possibilities within the midterms and provides Apolo Ohno a remorse.
air day: 2010-10-28
The McRib returns on election day, and Maira Kalman falls in love with Abraham Lincoln.
air day: 2010-11-01
Christine O’Donnell prays, and Jonathan Alter says Obama’s allergy to gimmickry has harm him.
Katrina vanden Heuvel, David Frum
air day: 2010-11-02
Stephen covers the change sweeping by means of America with a reside broadcast.
Doris Kearns Goodwin
air day: 2010-11-03
Californians determine on Prop 19, and Doris Kearns Goodwin places the midterm election into perspective.
air day: 2010-11-04
A preferred youngsters’s TV character is outed, and Elvis Costello threatens to chop off Stephen’s thumbs.
air day: 2010-11-08
Rand Paul needs to guard the wealthy, and Reza Aslan needs to convey down democracy by means of artwork.
air day: 2010-11-09
Stephen guarantees to lob softball questions at George W. Bush, and Cee Lo Green performs.
air day: 2010-11-10
Michelle Obama shakes arms with a conservative Muslim, and Stephen cooks for Martha Stewart.
air day: 2010-11-11
Wall Street arms out report bonuses, Nintendo goes to courtroom, and Quincy Jones needs a Latin Grammy.
air day: 2010-11-15
Jeffrey Goldberg opposes full-body scanners, and David Stern misses brief shorts.
air day: 2010-11-16
Stephen appears on the new pattern in alcoholic power drinks, and John Legend performs “Shine.”
air day: 2010-11-17
Stephen wonders if America can trim its nationwide debt, and Ian Frazier talks about Siberia.
Staff Sgt. Salvatore Giunta
air day: 2010-11-18
Joseph Gobbles shoots Jay the Intern, and Salvatore Giunta credit the bravery of American troops.
air day: 2010-11-29
The recommendation columnist and Colbert Report nationwide spokes-gay returns to speak about his new anti-suicide initiative for homosexual youngsters.
air day: 2010-11-30
James Rubin discusses the WikiLeaks doc dump, and Tom Vilsack brings a cheddar cheese head.
air day: 2010-12-01
The former training commissioner talks about her efforts to reform the Washington D.C. faculty system.
air day: 2010-12-02
air day: 2010-12-06
Obama tries to win over Republicans, and Garry Trudeau appears again on 40 years of “Doonesbury.”
Julie Nixon Eisenhower & David Eisenhower
air day: 2010-12-07
Obama extends the Bush tax cuts, and David and Julie Eisenhower recall rising up within the White House.
air day: 2010-12-08
Stephen assessments Steve Martin’s artwork data and tries to promote him final yr’s portrait.
air day: 2010-12-09
William Wegman arts up Stephen’s portrait, and Julie Taymor talks about “The Tempest.”
air day: 2010-12-13
Stephen needs to feed the financial system that Jamie Lee Curtis yogurt and asks Patti Smith about her memoir.
David Boies, Stephen Sondheim
air day: 2010-12-14
Stephen wins the Golden Tweet Award and takes difficulty with a few of Stephen Sondheim’s lyrics.
Omar Wasow, Laird Hamilton
air day: 2010-12-15
America is at cyberwar, and Laird Hamilton shoots the curl of Stephen’s rage.
Amy Sedaris, Paul Simon
air day: 2010-12-16
Jesus could also be a liberal Democrat, Amy Sedaris makes a tie snake, and Paul Simon performs.