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Desc:Those commemorative coins being everyday quarters with stickers on them was just the beginning.
Category:Classic TV Clips, Humor
Tags:stephen colbert, colbert report, obama, Tim Meadows, googly eyes
Submitted:dead_cat
Date:03/09/09
Views:1105
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Frank Rizzo
Tim Meadows getting work makes me happy.

5 stars.
baleen

I don't really approve of SNL's tainted hand messing with the deal.
fluffy
So, Montel Williams has absolutely no scruples. This isn't surprising, considering he still allows Sylvia Browne to shill her horoscope bullshit self on his show, but at least this proves a pattern of asshattery.
Camonk
And yet Colbert is somehow better for sucking the collective asshole of the band Rush and promoting it as political satire. This show has jumped so many sharks that Lance Henriksen on a pogo stick would puke

Space Helicopter
He wrestled the sharks into submission, is what you meant to say.

But not this one.

IrishWhiskey
Wait, what the hell is wrong with having Rush on to perform? Daily Show did the same thing many times.

I wonder what's in that spray.

RomancingTrain
Liking music that I don't like is as bad as giving Sylvia Brown free reign on your show.

Dinkin Flicka
People who have dissenting opinions are like people who don't speak English. They should all go to hell.

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