Season 2 (2006) JuneEdit

# First aired "The Wørd" Studio guest Introductory phrase Prod#
100 June 5 Me Stone Phillips None 2068
Stephen celebrates his 100th episode; Stephen looks at how he has changed the world; Stone Phillips becomes the first repeat guest and faces Stephen in a Gravitas-Off rematch. This the first episode in which there is no introductory phrase before the title sequence.

101 June 6 Military Christiane Amanpour "It's 6-6-6, and this show contains many satanic backmasked messages. tropeR trebloC ehT si sihT." ("This is The Colbert Report" spoken backwards) 2069
Expressed worry about the date, and put holy water, a crucifix, and a copy of the Bible on his shelf. Once the date was nearly over, he replaced them with a stolen shrunken head and an iPod that "plays only a video of the owner's death" and Black Eyed Peas' "My Humps." He then attempted to flip the page on a calendar and received a paper cut.

102 June 7 Big Deal Steve Squyres "When the world tries to shake us up, I'm America's bubble wrap." 2070
Threat Down: "Ivy Leaguers!" (for cloning through stem cells, thus creating "an army of intellectuals"), "Bad Heroin!", "U.S. Diplomats!" (for offering Iran nuclear technology), "Repetitive Corporate Sponsorships!" (for the Miami Heat's AmericanAirlines Arena vs. the Dallas Mavericks' American Airlines Center), "Conservationists!" (for bringing "Frogs on a Plane"), "and oh, yeah, bears."

103 June 8 Gooooaaaaal! Steven Johnson "Life is a crap shoot, and I'm your loaded dice." 2071
CInterviewed a videotape of Tom DeLay for the 23rd installment of "Better Know a District." Put his honorary doctorate from Knox College on bookshelf along with pictures of TV doctors Noah Drake from General Hospital, Gregory House from House, and Cliff Huxtable from The Cosby Show. Credits list Producer Dr. Stephen T. Colbert, D.F.A..

104 June 12 Tom DeLay's Farewell Speech Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. "By the power of Grayskull, this is The Colbert Report." 2072
Colbert places Mort Zuckerman On Notice (replacing "the sea") after U.S. News and World Report sent a fax claiming that he misstated Zuckerman's position on tax cuts. Tip of the Hat, Wag of the Finger: Wag - College Students.

105 June 13 Great F**king Idea Tim Flannery "This show may be recorded for quality assurance. This... is The Colbert Report." 2073
Apparently nothing happened, or no one remembers?

106 June 14 License Renewal David Sirota "Loosen your belts, America, I'm gonna force feed you truth like grain down a goose's gullet." 2074
Better Know A District: Lynn Westmoreland (R-GA) from Georgia's 8th; Stephen gives American flags and bibles to the audience and displays a self-waving American flag that also plays patriotic songs.

107 June 15 Lock & Load Michael Pollan "There's a vicious rumor going around that this is not The Colbert Report, but let me assure you, this is The Colbert Report." 2075
Stephen talks about more applicants for his new black friend, but then reconciles with Alan (and takes a new picture with him); the return of "Formidable Opponent" with detaining suspected terrorists in Guantanamo Bay Naval Base; Stephen adds a Wendy's "Great Biggie" to his bookshelf, as its name was changed to "large."

108 June 19 Risky Business Gustavo Arellano "I'm going through America's trash separating the white glass of truth from the the green glass of facts." 2076
Stephen releases his new sperm, "Formula 402," in response to the finding that risky actions are caused by genes. The Threat Down, Homo-Sexy Edition: gay superheroes, Cirque de Soleil, the World Cup, the Ex-Gay Movement, desirable men (giving Brad Pitt as an example), and the "other #1 threat," bears.

109 June 20 Everything Must Go Bart Ehrman "And now, the ten-time winner of the Stephen Colbert Award for Journalistic Excellence, this is The Colbert Ro... Oh shit!" 2077
First installment of "Stephen Makes it Simple," with big government and small government.

110 June 21 None Bay Buchanan "Today is the summer solstice, the longest day of the year. But what really matters is... how thick is it?" 2078
Alexi Lalas helps Stephen trash talk other teams in the World Cup.

111 June 22 Cut and Run Douglas Brinkley "This is The Colbert Report, or for our foreign viewers: THIS IS THE COLBERT REPORT!" 2079
Better Know A District: Diana DeGette (D) from Colorado's 1st

112 June 26 Class Warfare Mark Bowden "Still waiting for my invitation, Nicole and Keith. This is The Colbert Report." 2080
Colbert places a Highlights for Children magazine on his bookshelf in honor of the printing of its one billionth copy.

113 June 27 Cold, Dead Fingers Chris Matthews "We now return you to The Colbert Report, already in progress." 2081
Movies That Are Destroying America: Stephen recommends that everybody see Strangers with Candy multiple times at full price.

114 June 28 Superman Robert Baer "I had an acting class this week, and it's really paid off: this is The Colbert Report." 2082
Citizens in Action: Fondue It Yourself. Segment with Cassie Ramoska and Ricky Faust as citizen journalists.

115 June 29 Monkey Butter Christopher Noxon "Happy Birthday, America. You may be 230, but if you were a dog, you'd only be 32... but you'd be dead 'cause dogs don't live that long. This is The Colbert Report." 2083
Profiled a fireworks salesman in The Difference Makers; said "goodbye" to the Supreme Court; left the show (for the week) in solidarity with Star Jones leaving The View.
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