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Watch Now: Stephen Colbert Straightens Out Congress On ‘Lord Of The Rings’
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Colbert Report - Lord of the Rings

There’s no greater Lord of the Rings fan than Stephen Colbert, host of the most awesomest television show, The Colbert Report. So, it’s almost as if Congress was begging for a segment on his show when they recently referenced Lord of the Rings in comparison to the current debit crisis.

Watch the 4-minute segment here below from The Colbert Report, where the host tries to straighten out the Lord of the Rings analogies.

This latest incident was sparked by Sen. John McCain, who read from a Wall Street Journal editorial that referred the Tea Party members as “hobbits,” stating that “…the Tea Party hobbits could return to Middle Earth having defeated Mordor,” in regards to the Republicans refusal to raise the debt ceiling.

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Hulu Adds ‘Daily Show’ And ‘Colbert Report’ Back To Streaming Library
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The Daily ShowHalf-hour political comedy programs The Daily Show and The Colbert Report will return to U.S.-based streaming media site Hulu effective immediately, according a blog post written by Hulu CEO Jason Kilar discussing the company’s new deal with Viacom.

Episodes will become available on the site the morning after they premiere on the network and remain available for about a month. Additionally, both programs will be made available via Hulu Plus, the company’s premium subscription service that allows users to stream select programming to mobile and set top boxes like the Roku Player.

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Stephen Colbert Reports The Untimely Death Of Jeff Goldblum On ‘The Colbert Report’
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Jeff Goldblum

As we all know, this past week or two has been incredibly unfortunate with the passing of many beloved celebrities, including David Carradine, Ed McMahon, Farrah Fawcett, and Michael Jackson. As depressing as all of this loss was, at one point in the chaos that occurred on the day that Fawcett and Jackson were lost, there were also various reports that actor Jeff Goldblum had also died after falling off a cliff in New Zealand while filming. This news never really seemed legit and we later found out that it was in fact false — but it had actually gotten as far as foreign news programs reporting that police in New Zealand had confirmed it as true.

Taking advantage of the opportunity to bring a little laughter to us at a time where many are mourning, Stephen Colbert decided to report the sad demise of Jeff Goldblum on The Colbert Report while touching on the journalistic accuracy of Twitter.

Click on over to the other side to watch the amusing video.

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Ladies & Gentlemen, Boys & Girls: We Have A Real ‘Star Wars’ Death Star!
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Death Star

While watching The Colbert Report, as I so often do, they let loose one of their great movie references as it relates to a real news story. This particular news story is from The Raw Story, who reported the announcement that a United States weapons laboratory has officially created a “super laser” which was capable of creating temperatures and pressure equal to that of a star or a large planet’s core. Naturally, this got people to thinking: do we have our very own Star Wars Death Star!?

While the exact damage this little baby would cause isn’t really known, it is expected to keep nuclear weapons in check, as well as offer a possible answer to safe fusion power. I wonder if this is how we would take out Texas-sized meteor that were threatening to hit Earth, instead of the standard oil drilling crew. Asteroids style.

Click over to the dark side to see the great video from The Colbert Report!

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Stephen Colbert Tells Us Which Movies Are Destroying America; Chats With J.J. Abrams About ‘Star Trek’
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Stephen Colbert

On a recent episode of The Colbert Report, Stephen Colbert listed off a few movies coming out soon that are a danger to America. To be fair, he also includes one movie that’s good for our country. After the silliness, Colbert heads over to chat with a one Mr. J.J. Abrams about his upcoming Star Trek venture.

I’m a huge fan of the Daily Show/Colbert Report weeknight tag-team, so on the rare occasion movies come into the mix, it’s always a fun thing to share with the masses.

While the dangerous movie bit is worth a few giggles, the real gem is the Abrams interview. Colbert asks a few decent questions and J.J. even talks about how he was never a Trek fan growing up (something that sets Trekkies on fire, I’m sure), but the real fun when Abrams is a sport and joins Colbert in a little Romulan skit.

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Video: Stephen Colbert Predicts The Oscars Using The DaColbert Code
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DaColbertWith the Oscars exactly one week away, people are starting to look at all of the nominees and make their professional picks. Most people who pick have seen most, if not all of the nominated films; some people pick just for fun, even if they haven’t gotten the chance to see the nominees (such as myself — yay me!); and some folks just have a fail-proof formula for figuring out the winners, even without a clue in the world as to how good they are.

Take for example, the host of the popular political comedy show The Colbert Report, Stephen Colbert. He’s well-known as the former correspondent to The Daily Show who branched off with his own popular show and for his very strong personality and hilarious outbursts on just about every hot topic going on. Mr. Colbert is one of those who have figured out his own little formula to identifying those who will take home the highly-coveted top prizes at the Academy Awards each year. He calls his formula The DaColbert Code.

Click over to the other side to check out The Code and Stephen Colbert’s predictions.

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