Mediaite defines the brilliance of Stephen Colbert on Sarah Palin

Because man, I can’t get enough of talking about last night’s show.

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Four Horsemen of the Apopcalypse – Pop Culture References in The Colbert Report: December 13-16, 2010

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Welcome to No Fact Zone’s weekly roundup of cultural references on The Colbert Report. From Darcy to Danger Mouse, String Theory to Shakespeare, we’ve got the keys to this week’s obscure, oddball, and occasionally obscene cultural shout-outs (hey!) Mele Kalikimaka Zoners! I apologize for the delay, but some things are worth waiting for, and this […]

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Four Horsemen of the Apopcalypse – Pop Culture References in The Colbert Report: December 6 – December 9, 2010

Welcome to No Fact Zone’s weekly roundup of cultural references on The Colbert Report. From Darcy to Danger Mouse, String Theory to Shakespeare, we’ve got the keys to this week’s obscure, oddball, and occasionally obscene cultural shout-outs (hey!) Hola Zoners! I hope your December is coming along nicely! I can’t believe 2010 is almost over! […]

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Four Horsemen of the Apopcalypse – Pop Culture References in The Colbert Report: November 29 – December 2, 2010

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Welcome to No Fact Zone’s weekly roundup of cultural references on The Colbert Report. From Darcy to Danger Mouse, String Theory to Shakespeare, we’ve got the keys to this week’s obscure, oddball, and occasionally obscene cultural shout-outs (hey!)

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Four Horsemen of the Apopcalypse: Pop Culture References in The Colbert Report: November 8-11, 2010

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Greetings, Zoners! My name is Toad, and this is my inaugural post as a fellow Colbert Completist, and I couldn’t have picked a better week to join in! Cee Lo Green’ s cable friendly rendition of “F@%k You” (make that “Fox News”) is still stuck in my head, and Stephen’s cooking segment with Martha Stewart had me reminiscing about the times my brother and I had to get creative with what was in the food closet.

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Stephen Colbert in the Zeitgeist – May 24, 2009

Howdy, Zoners! With Stephen and the TCR staff taking a well-deserved break, this seems like a good time to catch up on some of the Colbert news from around the Internets. Here’s your zeitgeist for May 24th, the holiday weekend edition. In honor of graduation season, the Huffington Post is running a poll of the […]

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Stephen Colbert in the Zeitgeist – April 26, 2009

Greetings, Zoners! I hope you all had a great weekend. If you’re in the Northeast, like I am, we’ve had a great taste of summer for the past couple of days. But regardless of where you are, I hope you all got in some relaxing and recreating and are ready to take on a new […]

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The question that won’t die: Do comedians influence politics?

The Washington Post did a fairly lengthy piece on comedians and politicians today, talking to a number of the satirists and academics about whether satire influences our perceptions of the candidates for office. (Spoiler alert! The Post‘s conclusion is a decided “Yes!”) What I like about this piece is that it actually presents a range […]

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Stephen Colbert, ‘The Colbert Report’ nominated for TCA Awards

Congratulations to Stephen and to the gang at The Colbert Report for picking up nominations for the 2008 Television Critics Association Awards! From the Montreal Gazette: Lost and The Wire receive multiple TCA nods Alex Strachan, Canwest News Service A serial thriller about castaways trapped on a desert island and a sprawling historical account of […]

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The Telegraph introduces the UK to ‘The Colbert Report’

Finally! The Telegraph introduces Great Britain’s audience to Stephen Colbert and The Colbert Report with the thorough overview both man and show deserve. From The Telegraph: Stephen Colbert: the second most powerful idiot in America Last Updated: 12:01am BST 18/05/2008 His attacks on greens, pinkos and people who want to destroy Christmas have won him […]

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