EPISODE NUMBER: 6002 (January 5, 2010)
GUESTS: Riley Crane
SEGMENTS: Colbert Report Special Report: Night of Terror – The Crapification of the American Pant-scape, The WØRD: Ideal Or No Deal, Better Know An Enemy: Yemen
VIDEOS: Tuesday, January 5, 2010
I hope everyone is having a lovely Wednesday morning. I’d like to thank everyone for their amazing and thoughtful participation in yesterday’s Episode Guide – I love it when the Nation comes together to talk about Stephen.
I’m a bit under the weather so I’ll make this short. I’m also a bit cranky because ColbertNation.com uploaded last night’s ‘Daily Show’ where the full episode of ‘Colbert Report’ should be, so a nice pretty screencap will have to wait until the mistake is corrected.
I think Stephen’s new high-def touch screen prop is magnificent, mostly because now he can draw Snoopy for all of our amusements. Speaking of amusements, I loved the little red balloon that went by during the interview.
How did all of you enjoy the episode? And what were some of your favorite bits?
- For instance, the network has begun selling ad space inside each of my now visible facial pores.
- It’s all cable news is talking about ever since we got tired of talking about Tiger Wood’s exploding underwear.
- I don’t know about you, but Santa left a load in my stocking.
- I say what are pants except the shoes of the groin.
- We elected a black guy, what more do Nigerians want? [Our Bank Account Number Over Email]
- What’s tomorrow, Wednesday? Note to self: TiVo “Cougar Town.”
- With this new pundit technology, I can let you know when to be happy, when to be angry, and when to be Snoopy.
- And, oh, what’s that sticking out of his jacket? Is it a bomb? Or is it Snoopy?
- 200 Al Qaeda members in a country of 23 million? Not bombing Yemen to get rid of Al Qaeda would be like not bombing Staten Island to get rid of the Wu-Tang clan.
- The point is, we should invade Yemen. Or Panama.
- It’s so nice to know that the Internet is being used for something positive and useful.
- That’s a graduate student way of saying you gave some cash out.
- If you pay people, the free market is doing all the work.