During "The Colbert Report's" nine seasons, Stephen Colbert has tracked quite a few ongoing policy issues, including drugs. Whether it is low-level drug offenses, prescription pills, steroids, legal marijuana or pop culture representations of drug kingpins (read: "Breaking Bad"), Stephen Colbert went there.
Here are the 14 best clips that follow America's drug policy:
Colbert almost lost it discussing a poll that looks like a lit joint:
He urged Obama to smoke weed after it was legalized in Washington, D.C.:
He took a look at Ganjapreneurs in Colorado:
And made fun of Marco Rubio for not admitting if he has ever smoked weed:
He discussed marijuana legalization as a "hot button" issue:
And also looked into marijuana's effects on football:
Speaking of drugs in sports, Colbert has tackled that issue as well:
In terms of legal drugs that are abused, Colbert has looked at everything from "study drugs"...
To erectile dysfunction drugs...
And he discusses testing pharmaceuticals on prison inmates:
Colbert also discussed the clemency push for drug convicts:
Colbert did give a wag of the finger to drug dealers for marketing meth to children:
Last but not least, here's a conversation about "Breaking Bad" with Bryan Cranston: