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Colbert Report Depicts Petraeus Scandal as a Soap Opera

November 16, 2012 by Marc Berman in Highlights, Video with 1 Comment

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General's Hospital

By Douglas Pucci

During the Thursday, November 15, 2012 edition of Comedy Central’s “The Colbert Report,” Stephen Colbert and a special guest hilariously expose the recent David Petraeus scandal as a real-life soap opera. (Video below from ColbertNation.com)




  • http://www.tvmediainsights.com/members/amcoltl6870/ Troy Turner

    Well bleeping done… Knowing that this is done with a tongue in each cheek is even better. But, it still proves our point that the soap is an original American art form that MUST be preserved…

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