A Texas plumber becomes the target of outrage when his former work vehicle inexplicably appears on the front lines of Syria's civil war.
Stephen ponders his legacy as a transformative figure and assesses the impact he's made in the world.
Stephen shows his gratitude to the Colbert Nation and everyone who helped make The Report so special.
Stephen thanks The Prescott Group for their generous support, and Grimmy's temper has tragic consequences.
The Colbert Nation raises over $300,000 for The Yellow Ribbon Fund and Donors Choose, and two winners receive a legendary set piece from The Report.
America experiences a surge in SUV sales, Stephen hosts a yard sale for The Report, the Pope urges the U.S. to lift the Cuban embargo, and the Grim Reaper meets a violent end.
Stephen praises the Colbert Nation, Grimmy meets a grisly end, and a new adventure begins.
The Colbert Report's yard sale offers something for everyone, Pope Francis helps the U.S. bury the hatchet with Cuba, and Stephen reminisces with Phil Klay about Iraq.
Stephen discovers an easy way to make money, President Obama normalizes relations with Cuba, and Phil Klay discusses his book, "Redeployment."
Stephen announces the deadline for a chance to win his iconic desk and fireplace and invites viewers to take a cyber tour of his set.
President Obama decides to lift America's long-standing embargo against Cuba, thanks in part to Pope Francis.
Stephen gets rid of nine years' worth of memorabilia from The Report in the most American way possible.
Stephen makes good use of the money he earned from his yard sale.
Author and veteran Phil Klay discusses "Redeployment," his award-winning collection of short stories based on his experiences while serving in Iraq.
Billionaire David Koch combines philanthropy with vanity, and Stephen allows a wealthy donor to rebrand The Report.
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