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Storyline

An offshoot of The Daily Show (1996), The Colbert Report (the Ts in Colbert and in Report are silent) is a parody of shows like "The O'Reilly Factor". Colbert begins the show with teasers about the show's content and then the credits go by, with a giant eagle and the stars and stripes featured predominantly. Colbert will pepper commentaries with phrases like, "Look, I don't have time to read books", or, "President Bush isn't a head thinker, he's a gut thinker." Aspects of talking head programs are exaggerated and Colbert presents a host overwhelmed by his own importance. Guests do not walk on-stage but are seated at a small table to the side. Colbert runs over to them, encouraging the audience to applaud and high five him as he passes. He is then likely to begin an interview by asking a guest something like, "Explain evolution in twenty seconds", or "Isn't everyone who disagrees with the President guilty of treason?" Colbert is also very clear about our number one threat, "Bears". His distrust of bears was a continuing theme.

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Country: United States

Type: talk show

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: October 17, 2005

Also Known As: The Wørd, Отчет КолбертаColbert Nation, Colbert Report, Отчет Кольбера, The Colbert Report, דו"ח קולבר, コルベア・リポート, 科拜爾報告, コルベア・レポート, To kafstiko humor tou Colbert |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (PG), Canada (14+)United States (TV-14) |  See more »

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Company Credits

Production Co: Busboy Productions, Comedy Central, Hello Doggie, Spartina Productions

CastSee full cast »

John King
as Self
The Cars
as Themselves - Musical Guest
David Grann
as Self - Guest
Gabriel Sherman
as Self - Guest
Willem Dafoe
as Self - Guest
Plácido Domingo
as Self - Guest
Joel Klein
as Self
Chris Kluwe
as Self - Guest
Bryan Escobedo
as Self
The Stooges
as Themselves - Musical Guest
Rex Ryan
as Self - New York Jets Head Coach
Gary Johnson
as Former Governor of New Mexico
Randi Weingarten
as Self
Dag Söderberg
as Self - Guest
Heidi Klum
as Self

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2005 | 32 Episodes

Season 2

2006 | 161 Episodes

Season 3

2007 | 138 Episodes

Season 4

2008 | 160 Episodes

Season 5

2009 | 118 Episodes

Season 6

2010 | 127 Episodes

Season 7

2011 | 123 Episodes

Season 8

2011 | 151 Episodes

Season 9

2012 | 152 Episodes

Season 10

2013 | 101 Episodes

Season 11

2014 | 2 Episodes

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Awards

Awards & NominationsSee full list »

Satellite Award 2005

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Satellite Award

Outstanding Television Series, Comedy or Musical

Nominee

Satellite Award

Outstanding Actor in a Series, Comedy or Musical

Gold Derby TV Award 2006

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Gold Derby TV Award

Variety Performer

Nominee

Gold Derby TV Award

Variety Series

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