2010

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Been There, Won That: The Returnification of the American-Do Troopscape! – Honoring the returning Iraq war troops

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The ‘Colbert Report’ Exclusive Vancouverage of the 2010 Quadrennial Cold Weather Athletic Competition: Defeat The World!

  • Episode 6028 (2/25/2010) – Shani Davis (Olympic Gold Medalist, Men’s Speedskating), Seth Westcott (Olympic Gold Medalist, Men’s Snowboard Cross)
  • Episode 6027 (2/24/2010) – Mike Eruzione (Olympic Gold Medalist, Men’s Hockey 1980), Scott Hamilton (Olympic announcer and Gold Medalist, Men’s Figure Skating), Ryan St. Onge & Jeret “Speedy” Peterson (Olympic Men’s Freestyle Skiiers – Peterson, Silver Medalist)
  • Episode 6026 (2/23/2010) – Lindsey Vonn (Olympic Gold Medalist, Women’s Downhill Skiing), Bob Costas (NBC Olympic Host)
  • Episode 6025 (2/22/2010) – Ed Colbert (international copyright lawyer), Ujjal Dosanjh (M.P. Vancouver’s South Riding), Shaun White (Olympic Gold Medalist, Men’s Snowboarding)
  • Episode 6024 (2/11/2010) – Al Michaels (NBC sports broadcaster), David Ross (former director, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art)
  • Episode 6023 (2/10/2010) – Congressman Mike Quigley (D-IL 5th District), Claire Danes (actress, Temple Brandin)
  • Episode 6022 (2/9/2010) – Senator Chris Dodd (D-VT), George Stephanopolous (former Clinton White House Press Secretary, co-anchor Good Morning America)
  • Episode 6021 (2/8/2010) – Jonathan Safran Foer (author, Eating Animals)
  • Episode 6020 (2/4/2010) – Henry Louis Gates (Historian, host Faces of America)
  • Episode 6019 (2/3/2010) – Peter Cove (literary critic), John Durant (Paleo Diet)
  • Episode 6018 (2/2/2010) – Henry Allen (literary critic), Eliot Spitzer (Former governor of New York)
  • Episode 6017 (2/1/2010) – Nicole Detling Miller (Sports Psychologist for 2010 Olympic Speedskating Team), Jessica Smith (alternate for 2010 Olympic Speedskating Team), Harold Ford Jr. (political candidate)

January 2010