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Play of the Day -- Friday the 13th

July 16, 2012 Jay Leno and Jimmy Fallon were the only late-night hosts brave enough to do their shows on Friday the 13th. The two hosts focused mostly on how candidates dealt with the scariest day of the year. Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward to 0:55 to find out about the...

Play of the Day -- The House votes, Boehner cries, and Mitt and Joe visit the NAACP

July 13, 2012 Jimmy Kimmel highlighted John Boehner's propensity for crying, Jimmy Fallon pointed out the inefficiency of the House of Representatives, and Jay Leno enjoyed the music at the NAACP convention. Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward to 0:35 to see the latest toy sensation for little girls.

Play of the Day -- It's all boos and laughs with Mitt Romney

July 12, 2012 The late-night hosts all honed in on Mitt Romney getting booed during his speech to the NAACP, and they all found their way to make light of Romney's uncomfortable moment. Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward to 1:04 to find out who played the organ music at the NAACP...

Play of the Day -- Who's got the magic: Barack, Mitt, Barney or the Donald?

July 11, 2012 Tonight's late-night hosts emphasized sex appeal and statesmanship including presidential campaign ads, Barney Frank's wedding, the inner workings of Congress, and Donald Trump's accomplishments. Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward to 2:03 to learn about the genius and showmanship of Mitt Romney.

Play of the Day -- Nobody loves Romney and his money is in the Caymans

July 10, 2012 The late-night hosts are back from vacation and they were back to poking fun at Mitt Romney's likability and money woes. Letterman, also, made sure to highlight the record heat levels and make fun of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's weight. Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward to 1:09...

Play of the Day -- Celebrating Independence Day with Jimmy Kimmel

July 9, 2012 The late-night hosts do not return from vacation until Monday night, but Play of the Day! packs the same amount of laughs. Jimmy Kimmel figures prominently in this edition with his skits about bootleg fireworks and unnecessary censorship. Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward to 0:53 to learn about...

Play of the Day -- Obama Wins, and CNN and Fox Lose

June 29, 2012 The late-night hosts were unrelenting in their criticism, laughter and dismay at CNN's and Fox's erroneous reporting of the Supreme Court's health care decision. Jon Stewart of The Daily Show and Stephen Colbert of The Colbert Report were especially zealous in their comical condemnation of the cable news channels. Today's...

Play of the Day -- President Sheen?

June 28, 2012 With the impending Supreme Court decision on the health care law the late-night hosts understood the importance of the case, but made sure to take time to celebrate Justin Bieber, imagine what the world would be like if Charlie Sheen were president, and many more. Today's Must See Moment --...

Play of the Day -- The Supreme Court is the topic

June 27, 2012 The late-night hosts touched on many topics last night ranging from outsourcing, Presidential booing, immigration, gun running and more. David Letterman even had a special segment dedicated to the deliberations of the Supreme Court. Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward to 2:27 to receive some wisdom from Texas Gov....

Play of the Day -- Rick Perry says hello

June 26, 2012 The late-night hosts were all about the Supreme Court's Arizona immigration decision and its impending health care ruling, but they still found time to poke fun at Mitt Romney and give Rick Perry the opportunity to speak. Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward to 1:53 to find out what...

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