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Play of the Day -- A possible solution to the 'Fast and Furious' controversy

June 25, 2012 Friday was an NBC night for the late-night hosts as Jay Leno of The Tonight Show and Jimmy Fallon of Late Night are the two hosts that make up this addition of Play of the Day!. Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward to 0:41 to find out how much...

Play of the Day -- Obama spends too much money

June 22, 2012 There a lot of political topics in the late-night monologues ranging from the VP vetting process, campaign finance, private jets, Mitt Romney's new name and even the most dangerous threat to Americans' safety. Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward to 3:09 to find out about the no. 1 threat...

Play of the Day -- Executive privilege, presidential vampire slayers, and new campaign ads

June 21, 2012 The late-night hosts were all over map with their jokes last night. They covered the "Fast and Furious" scandal, the new Hollywood blockbusters, phony campaign ads, and even Obama's relationship with Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin. Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward to 2:16 to see what the media...

Play of the Day -- Putin and Obama

June 20, 2012 The late-night hosts highlighted the positive impact Obama's immigration decision could make on his re-election campaign, the frosty rapport between Obama and Vladimir Putin, and of course the beauty of dressage, a.k.a horse ballet, and the Romney's olympic stallion Rafalca. Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward to 3:12 to...

Play of the Day -- Obama plays golf and gets interrupted

June 19, 2012 The late-night hosts split their focus between President Obama's fondness for golf and the controversy surrounding Neil Munro of the Daily Caller interrupting the President during his prepared remarks concerning the new immigration policy. Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward to 2:00 to Mitt Romney's latest celebrity endorsement.

Play of the Day -- High hopes for marijuana legalization

June 18, 2012 The late-night hosts found humor in the rumor that Obama may legalize marijuana prior to election-day. Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward to 0:40 to see how well Kareem Abdul-Jabbar did on Jeopardy.

Play of the Day -- Money over everything

June 15, 2012 The late-night hosts focused on the growing influence of money in our political system by highlighting JPMorgan Chase Chief Executive Officer Jamie Dimon's Senate hearing, the growth of super PACs, and Mitt Romney's vending machines. Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward to 1:43 to hear Supreme Court Justice Anthony...

Play of the Day -- Mitt eats a doughnut

June 14, 2012 The late-night hosts covered a wide range of issues including Mitt Romney's failure to say doughnut, President Obama's economic plan, an HBO documentary on former President George H.W. Bush, and Madonna's latest flashing controversy. Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward to 1:03 to find out where President Obama took...

Play of the Day -- Mitt Romney is an everyday man and maybe an Olympian

June 13, 2012 The theme of the night was pointing out how Mitt Romney is just like the average American. His fondness for sport and his horse potentially competing in the Olympics only solidified his average joe status, and the jokes quickly flowed from there. Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward to...

Play of the Day -- What is 'fair game?'

June 11, 2012 Jon Stewart of The Daily Show highlighted the absurd controversy over what is or is not deemed fair game in the world of politics and the rest of the late-night comedians followed suit. Is highlighting Mitt Romney's wealth fair game? Is superimposing President Obama's face onto a Glee character's body...

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