The show opens with a teaser of content from the show, which involves everything from dogs to Wal-Mart.
Stephen started off by making mention of a Fatwa being called on Stephen because of Stephen's opinion on Halloween being better than Ramadan.
Stephen then covered the Senate closed-door session, which caused C-SPAN some problems, since they couldn't cover it. Stephen then talked about a correction in a newspaper (The New York Times), which criticized The Colbert Report.
Stephen then went right into "The Word", which was "cat", a word even the New York Times should be able to spell correctly. There is apparently a radio station made for animals while their owners are at work.
Back from commercial, Stephen talked about how Wal-Mart is trying to take over the world. They're already getting health care centers, and there's news of them getting a war room.
Back from commercial, Stephen welcomed tonight's guest, author of "Walking the Bible" and "Where God Was Born", Bruce Feiler. Their discussion was entirely on religion and what role Iraq had on it. Stephen tried to find out if he could do a book with him sometime.
Stephen ends the show by talking about some phone calls from Russ Lieber, who admitted to Stephen that he did in fact only had one testicle.
Another funny show, but "The Word" segment wasn't funny at all. This was the first time I didn't laugh for that segment. The interview went pretty well, and the theme of "I called it" was pretty funny.