Friday, May 4, 2012


“Politics are weird. And creepy.”

Join late night in laughing at politics. Don’t worry if you become incredibly confused at that 0:29 mark. So did we. 

Here’s your Play of the Day.

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Didn’t catch yesterday’s late night laughs? We have them here in today’s Play of the Day.

"America is falling in love with the idea of liking Mitt Romney."

Pop quiz. Which late night hosts said this?

Friday, April 13, 2012

"You know what’s actually never worked a day in it’s life? Attacking motherhood."

Your Play of the Day

Thursday, April 12, 2012

Your Play of the Day. Spoiler: last few seconds involve Anderson Cooper giggling.

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Roundup of the late night laughs amid Santorum’s drop out. 


Monday, August 1, 2011

Jay Leno wishes everyone a happy TGIF, “Which of course means ‘The Government Is Failing.’”

Today’s Must See Moment — Fast forward to 0:35 when Jimmy Fallon and NBC Nightly News host Brian Williams slow jam the debt ceiling news.

Friday, July 29, 2011

Jon Stewart isn’t sure about Republican’s choice of motivational movie, “The Town? … The establishment Republicans are saying to the Tea Party upstarts, ‘You know the violent, unstable, borderline sociopath from The Town, who’s useful in a pinch, but whose suicidal single minded mania will ultimately be his downfall. That’s you guys.’”

Today’s Must See Moment — Fast forward to 2:05 for Jimmy Kimmel’s “This Week in Unnecessary Censorship.”

Thursday, July 28, 2011

Conan O’Brien is worried about hitting the debt ceiling, “The U.S. government now has less, I think it’s less then one week away from running out of money to pay it’s bills … Things are so bad folks, America may have to move in with Canada for a while.”

Today’s Must See Moment — Fast forward to 1:50 when Stephen Colbert raps about sub-prime mortgages.

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Jon Stewart isn’t reassured by President Obama’s speech on the debt ceiling, “You’re asking us to call Congress? … I actually feel bad for the president now. He interrupted The Bachelorette to be like, ‘Could you call your Congressman. I can’t talk to these people.’”

Today’s Must See Moment — Fast forward to 1:50 when Stephen Colbert breaks up with Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain.

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Jon Stewart is fed up with Congress, “The 112th Congress has been completely unable to muster a debt ceiling agreement to avoid a wholly unnecessary default probably because it’s such a complicated thing that we’ve only been able to do it in the past … a 102 times.”

Today’s Must See Moment — Fast forward to 0:20, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell agree on everything except the debt ceiling.