Satirical newscaster Stephen Colbert provides humorous commentary on the big issues going on in the United States and the rest of the world, with his larger-than-life ego and overly-patriotic spirit along with him every step of the way.
|史蒂芬·寇贝尔 (Stephen Colbert)||饰||主持人|
|Neil deGrasse Tyson||饰||本人|
|阿尔·夏普顿 (Al Sharpton)||饰||Himself (as Rev. Al Sharpton)|
|出品公司||Spartina Productions (1,228 episodes,2005)|
|Hello Doggie (1,228 episodes,2005)|
|Busboy Productions (1,228 episodes,2005)|
|Comedy Central (33 episodes,2005)|
|发行公司||Comedy Central Extra (16 episodes,2014)|
|The Comedy Network|
|Canadian Television (CTV)|
- During the 2007-2008 writers strike, Colbert pronounced the "T"s in "Colbert" and "Report" to indicate that the show was not the same without his writers.
- Colbert keeps a collection of pictures of his "Enemies" on the set of the show. Among the pictures is House M.D. (2004)'s 休·劳瑞, due to the fact House won an Emmy Award over Colbert's show. Laurie found this to be very funny, and in an episode of House (2004)'s sixth season, a picture of Colbert can be seen on House's desk.
- On August 25, 2014, during 第66届黄金时段艾美奖颁奖典礼 (2014), 吉米·法伦 joked that people should go to IMDb and add themselves as "creative consultant" to this show, that he would support their credit. IMDb subsequently received several thousand credit submissions for "consultants" to the show, including "torture consultant" and "wardrobe malfunction consultant".