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Production InfoEdit

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Date: June 12, 2007 Season:
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Episode: 271 Production code: 3078
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IntroEdit

Tonight
  • Another "Gipp" In The Wall
"It's the 20th anniversary of Reagan's 'Tear Down This Wall' speech. Little known fact: He got the idea from the Kool-Aid Man. OH YEAAAAH!"
  • Hedge Fun
"Plus, I introduce my new high-end luxury segment for the elite Colbert viewer. You'll want to hire someone not to miss it."
  • Wolf Blitzing
"And I talk to controversial video blogger Josh Wolf. He replaces my first guest choice, prolific spam writer Cornelius Q. Vestibule."


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Lights! Camera! ANGER! This is The Colbert Report.
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~ Stephen Colbert
June 12, 2007 The Colbert Report


President Bush's Timex Stolen?Edit

The Greatest Moment In The History Of The World[1]Edit

REAGAN DID IT!

Symbolic Reenactment of Ronald Reagan's Victory Over Communism, Part 1Edit

  • Former World Karate Champion Igor Dyachenko tears down a thin piece of plywood

Paris Hilton Back In JailEdit

Symbolic Reenactment of Ronald Reagan's Victory Over Communism, Part 2Edit

Colbert PlatinumEdit

For Platinum Colbert Nation members only.

InterviewEdit

EpilogueEdit

Symbolic Reenactment of Ronald Reagan's Victory Over Communism, Part 3Edit

  • Former World Karate Champion Igor Dyachenko tears down a piece of Berlin Wall cake to the strains of Jesus Jones' Right Here, Right Now

GalleryEdit

Motherload VideosEdit

Windows-media-icon Windows MediaEdit

External LinksEdit

Reviews and CommentsEdit

FootnotesEdit

  1. Other than the birth of Jesus and possibly the introduction of the iPhone

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