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The messages displayed were typically reflective of Colbert's exaggerated patriotism and inflated ego, for instance, "Did you know… In , Stephen legally changed his middle name to 'Gettysburg Address'. Meet an Ally, a series focusing on the nations in the Coalition of the Willing. Raymond T. They have nothing on you. Tears streaming down his face, he fumbles through his gym bag, finally producing a jar of honey. An invitation to attend the recordings includes a downloadable poster, designed by Shepard Fairey of the Obama Hope design, of a torch-carrying Colbert triumphantly riding a bald eagle into Vancouver.
The Canadian team has been monopolizing the real bobrun all week, so the simulator is the only show in town for prerace practice.
In all, Americans have claimed 75 medals -- 32 of them gold -- on the traditional long track oval and the wild-and-wooly short track rink. The conservative Colbert will almost always win, generally posing an extremely unlikely hypothetical situation either concerning special circumstances or hypothetical fallout , and using that for his justifications. He was featured on this segment, and Colbert responded by "forcing" the boy to read even more books, which he enacted by sending him a box full of books previously featured on his show, as well as a collector's box-set of the entire Harry Potter series, signed by Colbert himself. Better Know a Made Up District, a [unintelligible] part series about made up districts; a reference to inaccurate submissions to the United States government's website that tracks the spending of stimulus money, by business people who made up congressional districts. Bush on day two. Movies That Are Destroying America[ edit ] Movies That Are Destroying America is a film review segment in which Colbert provides his opinions on recently released movies—often, he admits, without actually having seen anything more than the trailers which he claims "give you the best part of the movie anyway".
The question is met with a guffaw from Snavely and Leturgez.
ThreatDown[ edit ] The ThreatDown is one of the show's longest running segments, listing the five biggest threats to Americans as identified by Stephen Colbert. The smell of money was in the air at the trials at Lake Placid, New York. The teammates also travel with a neuromuscular therapist, who uses terms like muscle fascia as he tortures them with ostensible sports massages.
The name of the segment is a reference to the biblical characters of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse Freedom Trivia[ edit ] These short messages frequently appeared on screen immediately before or after commercial breaks during the show's first season.