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rebecca70111

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Message Posted On Saturday, March 25th 2006 at 5:23 am
Do you swear to tell the truthiness, the whole truthiness & nothing but the truthiness, so help you Stephen Colbert?

Well, first post in this forum, so I'll talk to myself for a while.
I am now the editor of The Colbert Report, so you should expect to see the episode guide grow by leaps and bounds of truthiness in the coming weeks. I hope.

I really enjoy this show. Any suggestions or comments, feel free to post.
Hysteria

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Message Posted On Saturday, March 25th 2006 at 11:39 am
Cool! An new editor! I like this show, it has its funny moments.
tikidawg

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Message Posted On Saturday, March 25th 2006 at 11:50 am
Congrats on the editorship ^o^

It's such a great show - it always keeps me laughing. :}
2pac

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Message Posted On Saturday, March 25th 2006 at 9:08 pm
Congrats on the editorship
anywho this show is awesome.
JLU_Batz01

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Message Posted On Tuesday, July 11th 2006 at 5:49 pm
This is a great show. I laugh all the time durring the word.
tvphile

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Message Posted On Wednesday, January 16th 2008 at 8:02 pm
I was quite annoyed they did not let SC run for president. Obviously, he was not going to be elected, but not allowing him to run? What is that?
andrew
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Message Posted On Friday, January 18th 2008 at 8:15 pm
Oh, I don't know. I'm sure a lot of his fans would vote for him. His facebook group supporting his candidacy was the biggest group ever. Over a million people in just a day. I wouldn't vote for him though..
Ryan
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Message Posted On Friday, January 18th 2008 at 9:22 pm
I'm a little sick of Colbert. His show is pretty entertaining to watch but his personality is just a bit too much for me. I'll stick with The Daily Show.
Dominus

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Message Posted On Friday, January 18th 2008 at 10:38 pm
On Friday, January 18th 2008 9:22 pm, Ryan wrote:
I'm a little sick of Colbert. His show is pretty entertaining to watch but his personality is just a bit too much for me. I'll stick with The Daily Show.

I’m pretty much the opposite, especially with the strike. The persona of Stephen Colbert permits episodes to work rather well even with the lack of material, while Jon Stewart’s lack of material is painstakingly obvious. Now, there have been some hilarious moments on The Daily Show since the strike, I’m not trying to say otherwise, but even most professional critics have agreed that Colbert currently has the advantage.
Ryan
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Message Posted On Friday, January 18th 2008 at 10:59 pm
Eh, I don't know. I just seem to get more out of the Daily Show. The Colbert Report seems to have less factual information, as some of Colbert segments are a little odd. His show is the newer one with more shine, but I just prefer The Daily Show's simple formula.
Dominus

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Message Posted On Friday, January 18th 2008 at 11:07 pm
On Friday, January 18th 2008 10:59 pm, Ryan wrote:
Eh, I don't know. I just seem to get more out of the Daily Show. The Colbert Report seems to have less factual information, as some of Colbert segments are a little odd. His show is the the newer one with more shine, but I just prefer The Daily Show's simple formula.

Yeah, to each their own. I’ve just always been a fan of Stephen Colbert; he was my favorite correspondent on The Daily Show and I’ve been watching The Colbert Report since day one. I will say that the writer’s strike does suck for The Colbert Report as well, especially since there aren’t any more “The Word” segments, which were always the most enjoyable part of each episode.
ondebonde

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Message Posted On Wednesday, November 19th 2008 at 3:17 am
We have a proverb in my country taken from Winnie the Pooh: Yes, both please!

Some days the daily show episode is the best, some days its the Colbert report. They sure have been good therapy for all of us that never could agree with Bush and the war economy.

To USA citizens: to become a patriot, buy american! It's a 50 year old slogan that still is true today.
To european citizens: to become a patriot, buy european!
stardvd555

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Message Posted On Thursday, July 30th 2009 at 11:36 pm

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guytwo

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Message Posted On Saturday, August 1st 2009 at 8:36 am
On Friday, January 18th 2008 9:22 pm, Ryan wrote:
I'm a little sick of Colbert. His show is pretty entertaining to watch but his personality is just a bit too much for me. I'll stick with The Daily Show.


Both are great shows but are best when an election cycle is ongoing.

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