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Using yesterday's live Meet The Press footage of Senator Kay Bailey Hutchinson, Stephen re-purposes her responses to his questions on Iraq and the Valerie Plame investigation. He then uses re-purposed video footage of Fox News' Trace Gallagher to discuss Hurricane Wilma and Karl Rove. Tonight The Word segment is "Pussy", where Stephen discusses the pulling of Harriet Myers nomination. Stephen interviews Lou Dobbs, host of Lou Dobbs Tonight, they discuss outsourcing and the broken borders. Lastly, in a segment Bring 'em Back Or Leave 'em Dead, Stephen talks about reanimating the dead to help with resolving current issues; Stephen offers up possible candidates for reanimation, firstly the cruel Tomas de Torquemada and secondly Charles Darwin, and lastly Wendy's founder Dave Thomas.

Episode Info

Episode number: 1x5
Production Number: 105
Airdate: Monday October 24th, 2005

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Guest Stars
Lou DobbsLou Dobbs
As Himself
Main Cast
Episode Notes
visual: FRACT: Orville and Wilbur Wright flew the first-ever airplane in 1903. But did you know they were both American?

Episode Quotes
Stephen Colbert: Tonight, Harriet Myers under siege, I'll tell you why you don't change cronies mid-stream. Plus, they say that giving is it's own reward, but what's in it for you? With Katrina in New Orleans and Wilma in Key West, are we in dange of losing all of America's great drinking cities. And later tonight, Lou Dobbs of Lou Dobbs Tonight (stuttering) which aired earlier tonight. Did I get that right? Gonna jump down, turn around, pick a bale of truth, this is the Colbert Report.

Stephen Colbert: (to Lou Dobbs) What were the go-go 80's like at CNN? Was everybody just doing Blow all the time?

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