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Production InfoEdit

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Previous Episode
Date:
September 27, 2007
Season:
Season3
Episode:
315
Production code:
3122
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The Check-InEdit

Dr. Colbert promotes his book, I Am America. (And So Can You!) with a special offer for the heroes who order online in advance of the official release date, October 9, 2007.

IntroEdit

Tonight
  • Dartmouthing Off
"The Democrats face off at Dartmouth. I can't wait to see who got tasered."
  • Schipped Beef
"Then, Congress passes a bill that would give health care to poor kids. Don't we already have the Flintstone's Vitamins Program?"
  • Schwartz and Egger
"And film historian David Schwartz is here to talk about presidential campaign ads. My name is Stephen Colbert and I approve this guest."


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The answer to tonight's sudoku is 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, not necessarily in that order.
This is
The Colbert Report.
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~ Stephen Colbert
September 27, 2007 The Colbert Report


News Out of Ancient EgyptEdit

  • King Tut Was Not Black
    • King Tut was not black or white, he was gold
    • Dr. Colbert does not see race; he does see currency
    • Dr. Colbert gives his I Have A Gold Dream speech
      • he usually wakes up with an obelisk

Democrat DebateEdit

  • at Dartmouth, Dr. Colbert's alma mater
    • Stephen's graffiti (Fartmouth is copyrighted by Stephen)
  • Tim Russert pwned Hillary
    • she goes home and discusses torture with Bill as pillow talk or foreplay
      • Geneva Conventions is a safe word

S ChipEdit

Post Traumatic Wrist DisorderEdit

InterviewEdit

EpilogueEdit

  • Television campaign ad for Reagan-Bush from 1984 featuring bears

GalleryEdit

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