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Watch All of Stephen Colbert's Thought for Food

From renaming carp Kentucky tuna to the Double Down, check out all of Colbert's food segments.

Now that you've enjoyed Stephen Colbert's testimony on farm workers, it's time to re-watch all his "Thought for Food" segments:

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The Colbert Report\n Mon - Thurs 11:30pm / 10:30c
Thought for Food - Mentally Ill Advertisers & German Cupcakes\n
www.colbertnation.com\n
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Colbert Report Full Episodes\n 2010 Election\n March to Keep Fear Alive\n
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Burger King uses mental illness to sell food, KFC unveils the Double Down sandwich, and McDonald's introduces cupcakes to Germans. (06:41)


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The Colbert Report\n Mon - Thurs 11:30pm / 10:30c
Emergency Thought for Food - Candwich Setback\n
www.colbertnation.com\n
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Colbert Report Full Episodes\n 2010 Election\n March to Keep Fear Alive\n
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Stephen is in the middle of a repressed Daily Show memory when he's interrupted by an emergency Candwich update. (03:40)

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The Colbert Report\n Mon - Thurs 11:30pm / 10:30c
Thought for Food - Corn Diapers, Fatty Foods & Jamie Oliver\n
www.colbertnation.com\n
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Colbert Report Full Episodes\n 2010 Election\n March to Keep Fear Alive\n
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Babies can now poop in corn diapers, junk food is addictive, and Jamie Oliver shows American kids how chicken nuggets are made. (05:22)

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The Colbert Report\n Mon - Thurs 11:30pm / 10:30c
Thought For Food - Cereal, Foot-Long Cheeseburger & Ecobot III\n
www.colbertnation.com\n
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Colbert Report Full Episodes\n 2010 Election\n March to Keep Fear Alive\n
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Sugary cereals face tougher advertising standards, Carl's Jr. introduces a foot-long cheeseburger, and a robot eats crap. (05:17)

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The Colbert Report\n Mon - Thurs 11:30pm / 10:30c
Thought for Food - Kentucky Tuna & Grilled Cheese Burger Melt\n
www.colbertnation.com\n
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Colbert Report Full Episodes\n 2010 Election\n March to Keep Fear Alive\n
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Researchers rename carp as Kentucky tuna to increase acceptance, and Friendly's unveils the Grilled Cheese Burger Melt. (05:53)

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The Colbert Report\n Mon - Thurs 11:30pm / 10:30c
Thought for Food - Donna Simpson, Le Whif & Cat Litter\n
www.colbertnation.com\n
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Colbert Report Full Episodes\n 2010 Election\n March to Keep Fear Alive\n
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A New Jersey resident strives to be the heaviest woman alive, Le Whif makes inhalable food, and a company turns corn into cat litter. (04:36)

(h/t Squid Ink)

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