The Colbert Report

Season 5 Episode 111

Mark Devlin

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Aired Weekdays 11:30 PM Aug 13, 2009 on Comedy Central
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Tonight Stephen welcomes professors of astronomy and astrophysics at the University of Pennsylvania, Mark Devlin.
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      • Stephen: Tonight: Glenn Beck is losing sponsors. First his mind, now his sponsors!? Are our children getting enough vitamin D? They are if that stands for vitamin Doritos! Plus my guest Mark Devlin uses giant balloons to lift telescopes to the edge of space. Big deal. This summer I saw a documentary where an old guy used balloons to lift his whole house. Dick Cheney's coming out with his memoirs, and good news, just reading it violates the Geneva Convention. This is the Colbert Report.

      • Stephen: Now, sir, I have to say right off the bat here, you spend a lot of time in Antarctica, you send things up to the edge of space….You're Lex Luthor, aren't you?

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