The Colbert Report

Season 5 Episode 1

John King

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Aired Weekdays 11:30 PM Jan 05, 2009 on Comedy Central
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Tonight Stephen welcomes CNN anchor John King.

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      • Stephen Colbert: Well, Nation, certainly hope you enjoy the first episode of Colbert and Colmes. Alan and I will be right here every night with more hard hitting political opinions (points to himself) and topnotch listening (points to Colmes. As we say goodbye to my old show format, we are also saying goodbye to President Bush, currently on his legacy tour. And what a legacy it is.
        Alan Colmes: Yes, and we'll be spending the next number of years cleaning up his (makes airquotes) legacy.
        Stephen Colbert: I believe you mean, "Aw snap", Alan.

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      • For tonight, Alan Colmes was co-host with Stephen. At the end of the show, Stephen fires Alan, who then turns into a bat and flies away.

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