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Play of the Day -- Biden hits the stump

May 18, 2012 David Letterman could not get enough of Mitt Romney's infectious laugh, Conan O'Brien proposed a handful of campaign slogans for Vice President Joe Biden, and former presidential candidate Rick Santorum decided to show up and share a piece of his mind. Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward to 1:00...

Play of the Day -- George W. Bush endorses Mitt Romney in an elevator

May 17, 2012 Former President George W. Bush's unorthodox endorsement of Mitt Romney consumed most of the the late-night chatter, but the hosts still found the time to joke about gay marriage and news from the campaign trail. Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward to 3:10 to see a promotional ad from...

Play of the Day -- Romney sings, Newsweek cover still controversial

May 16, 2012 All the late-night hosts continued to talk about Newsweek's cover with President Obama as "The First Gay President", but they still found time to explore Mitt Romney's singing chops and other presidential gay rumors. Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward to 1:40 to see some more classic pranks pulled...

Play of the Day -- The Newsweek cover's ramifications

May 15, 2012 David Letterman of The Late Show and Jay Leno of The Tonight Show poked fun at the latest Newsweek cover which portrays President Obama as the first gay president, while everyone found the humor in the candidates' commencement addresses over the weekend. Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward to...

Play of the Day -- Jokes from Mother's Day weekend

May 14, 2012 Mother's Day weekend was the theme for most of the late-night hosts, but they still found time to poke fun at Obama, Romney, gay marriage, Ron Paul, and Dwight D. Eisenhower. Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward to 1:30 to get an update on Ron Paul's presidential campaign.

Play of the Day -- Obama, Clooney and the progress of same-sex marriage

May 11, 2012 President Obama's support of same-sex marriage and his fundraiser at actor George Clooney's house was the focus of the late-night jokes, but Jon Stewart of The Daily Show found time to show the progress in the national perception of same-sex marriage. Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward 0:34 to...

Play of the Day -- Santorum endorses Romney, albeit tepidly

May 9, 2012 The late-night hosts could not ignore Rick Santorum's unenthusiastic, 11p.m. email endorsement of Mitt Romney for the presidency, and Conan O'Brien made sure that we all learned about the most pressing story in local news. Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward to 1:41 to see Letterman's pick for Romney's...

Play of the Day -- Elections, both French and American

May 8, 2012 The late-night hosts had differing perspectives about what the results of France's, presidential election may mean for ours; David Letterman conducted an impromptu audience poll and compared Mitt Romney's and former President Jimmy Carter's military experience; and Jay Leno made light of Charles Barkley's statements regarding Romney's electability. Today's Must...

Play of the Day -- Letterman asks if Romney can be taken seriously

May 7, 2012 Late Show host David Letterman repeatedly asks his audience if Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney can be taken seriously and Tonight Show host Jay Leno announced Romney's new campaign slogan. Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward to 1:10 to hear about Romney's new Ron Artest inspired name.

Play of the Day -- The election has become a nonsensical football game

May 4, 2012 Football analogies were the late-night theme of the day and as the jokes flowed politics and football became increasingly dissimilar, and Shepard Smith of Fox News summed it up best, "politics is weird and creepy." Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward to 0:29 to hear exactly how politics is...

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