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Play of the Day -- This is A Holy Site With Great Culture

August 1, 2012 The Daily Show and the Colbert Report were unrelenting in their coverage of Romney's gaffes during his international trip with Stephen Colbert particularly confused as to why Romney staffer Rick Gorka's derriere is a holy site in Poland. Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward to 2:43 to find out...

Play of the Day -- Catching Up With Romney and Talking With Cheney

July 31, 2012 The late-night trio of Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert and Conan O'Brien, who take Fridays off, finally had the chance to weigh in on the hilarity of Mitt Romney's foreign trip on their Monday night shows. Stewart focused more on the British press' opinion on Romney, and Colbert expressed his excitement...

Play of the Day -- Romney Goes to London

July 27, 2012 Mitt Romney definitely made an impression on the British during his first international trip as a presidential hopeful, and the late-night hosts took notice of the comical events. Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward to 1:00 to see a romantic card Mitt once wrote to Ann Romney.

Play of the Day -- Hosts Don't Need Any Help

July 26, 2012 Jon Stewart of the Daily Show and Stephen Colbert of the Colbert Report took time to point out the flaws in Mitt Romney's latest attack on President Obama, and showed how the two candidates agree more than they would like to let on. Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward...

Play of the Day -- Creative campaign ads

July 25, 2012 The late-night hosts joked about the typical campaign fodder, but campaigns ads in support of each presidential candidate stood out the most from last night's monologues. Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward to 0:45 to see what David Letterman really hates about dirty politics.

Play of the Day -- It's All About Romney

July 24, 2012 The late-night hosts could not help, but focus on Mitt Romney last night ranging from his possible vice president picks, his speech at the NAACP and even his attendance at the Olympics in London. Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward to 1:45 to see Conan O'Brien's African-American cheering section.

Play of the Day -- Thoughts are with Aurora

July 23, 2012 The late-night hosts took the time to give their condolences to the victims of the shooting in Aurora, Colo., and expressed how their jokes and silliness are not intended to ignore or overlook the tragedy. Their jokes are simply intended to put a smile on people's faces before they go...

Play of the Day -- Romney's VP pick, and Canadians are richer than Americans

July 20, 2012 David Letterman showed a breaking news clip of Mitt Romney announcing his vice presidential pick, Romney's son does a commercial in Spanish, and Canadians are richer than Americans. Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward to 2:30 to hear why Morgan Freeman donated $1 million to President Obama's campaign.

Play of the Day -- Bain or Bane?

July 19, 2012 With the conclusion of Christopher Nolan's Batman Trilogy The Dark Knight Rises being released on Friday, the late-night hosts could not help themselves from poking fun at the Bain vs. Bane debate that Rush Limbaugh started. Also, Ron Paul and Rick Perry said Romeny should release his tax returns, but...

Play of the Day -- Romney's tax returns

July 17, 2012 Jay Leno on The Tonight Show highlighted President Obama's campaigning through a rain storm, Conan O'Brien showed some possible Obama campaign slogans, and much of the rest was Romney's tax returns. Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward to 3:13 to hear about who may be running for mayor of...

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