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The Colbert Report: Bob Schieffer

Stephen pats himself on the back for perfectly predicting the Oscar winners in his previous The DaColbert Code segment. Tonight's The Word is "Spoiler Alert!" where Stephen talks about the down side of consumer reports. Then another segment of The Threat Down where he ranks cash, curators, Idaho lawmakers, gay penguins, and non-blondes. Stephen interviews Bob Schieffer, host of Face The Nation and CBS Evening News Anchor. They talk about Schieffer's 40-some years with CBS as a journalist.


Episode Info


Episode number: 2x28
Production Number: 2028
Airdate: Monday March 06th, 2006



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Bob SchiefferBob Schieffer
As Himself
Main Cast
Episode Quotes
Stephen Colbert: Tonight, consumer reports top 10 cars are all Japanese. The good news? America still leads in bumper stickers that say "Free Mustache Rides". Then CBS Anchor and Face The Nation host Bob Schieffer is over 65, works two jobs seven days a week, could this be the fix for social security? And you won't want to miss tonight's focus on international news, if you blink, you will. What you are about to see contains graphic violence, adult themes and scenes of full frontal truth. This is the Colbert Report.

Bob Schieffer: We have a lot of viewers, they're mostly older than I am, but we have a lot.
Stephen Colbert: The people in programming over at CBS are probably having heart attacks right now, that you said that.
Bob Schieffer: That's a great deal of the ratings on the morning news, are people who died during the night, and the television was on.



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Stunt DoubleAaron Vexler
 
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