With most late-night shows either taking a break or being preempted by the London Olympics Conan O'Brien, the Daily Show and the Colbert Report held down the late-night fort.
According to these pillars of late-night hilarity, Papa John's pizza, the gay agenda of cereal companies, voter suppression and candidate cat fights were the humorous political issues of the night.
Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward to 0:58 to hear how politics has turned into an episode of the Real Housewives.
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