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Play of the Day -- Internet comments at risk in Arizona

April 5, 2012 Proposed legislation in Arizona would effectively make it illegal to post negative comments on the Internet. "The law would ban people from posting anything that would 'terrify, intimidate, threaten, harass, offend or annoy another person," Jimmy Kimmel joked on Wednesday. "Which I think means Kim Kardashian is going to prison...

Play of the Day -- GSA's Vegas vacation

April 4, 2012 How long has it been since Keith Olbermann left MSNBC and headed to Current TV? "After a certain point, I can't keep track of where I'm working," Olbermann joked to David Letterman on Tuesday. Luckily Letterman had a new business card for the TV personality, who was recently fired from...

Video: Obama mocks Romney's word choice on GOP budget

April 3, 2012 President Obama on Tuesday criticized the GOP budget, zeroing in on Mitt Romney's support of House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan's plan. Watch to see how he makes fun of his potential Republican presidential opponent:

Play of the Day -- Sarah Palin on NBC's Today

April 3, 2012 Sarah Palin hosted the Today show on Tuesday. Ahead of her appearance, late-night comedians weighed in. "Palin is gonna ask her guests some hard-hitting gotcha questions like, 'Name a Newspaper!'" Jimmy Fallon joked. Don't miss today's Must See Moment at 1:04 when Jon Stewart looks at a key Mitt Romney...

Play of the Day -- Bill Maher asks if Mitt Romney is Batman

April 2, 2012 We learned last week that Mitt Romney is building a car elevator in his house. "I get the feeling this guy just wants to be president so he has a place to live while he's remodeling his beach house," Bill Maher joked. "I'm not worried that this guy is out...

Play of the Day -- Mitt Romney's blue collar comedy tour

March 30, 2012 Mitt Romney this week tried get laughs by telling a story about his father -- shutting down a factory. "It's like he's on the Blue Collar Comedy Tour -- if the comedy was about losing blue-collar jobs," Stephen Colbert joked. Don't miss today's Must See Moment at 2:04 when David...

Play of the Day -- Ron Paul won't stop

March 29, 2012 Ron Paul this week said that it's too early to count him out as the Republican nominee. "That's like Newt Gingrich saying it's too early to count him out as an Abercrombie model," Jimmy Fallon joked. "Not gonna happen." Don't miss today's Must See Moment at 3:21 when Jay Leno...

Play of the Day -- Late-night skewers Newt Gingrich's $50 photo charge

March 28, 2012 Comedians had fun with news that Newt Gingrich's campaign is charging $50 for supporters to take a photo with the former House speaker. "Really? For a picture of Newt Gingrich?" David Letterman asked. "But that includes, you can sit on his lap and tell him what you want for Christmas."...

Play of the Day -- The Hunger Games, Republican primary edition

March 27, 2012 The Hunger Games opened to $155 million at the box office this weekend. "This is how they should decide the Republican primary; let the candidates' families fight to the death," Jimmy Kimmel suggested on Tuesday. Whose family do you think would win? Don't miss today's Must See Moment at 1:35...

Play of the Day -- Jeb Bush's tough decision

March 26, 2012 On Jeb Bush's endorsement of Mitt Romney, Jay Leno says, "It was the hardest decision he's had to make since endorsing his brother George W." Don't miss today's Must See Moment at 1:10 when Leno reveals Newt Gingrich's source of confidence:

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