Friday Oct 12 2012

The Tonight Show with Jay Leno Banner

I was watching TV last night, and I see this stupid infomercial for Crest Whitestrips that goes on for like an hour and a half with this guy just smiling. Then I realize it's Joe Biden. I'm watching the debate.

The Obama campaign has a new strategy. They've gone from "hope and change" to "smirk and giggle."

We learned a lot about Joe Biden's policies last night. As you know, he has come out very, very strongly against malarkey.

There were a couple of really funny jokes during the debate. Like when Paul Ryan referred to the Saudis as our allies, and the way Biden kept referring to Ryan as "my friend."

Late Show with David Letterman

The Jets will not be playing this weekend. Yes, they have a game but they won't be playing.

Last night was the vice-presidential debate. Jim Lehrer, who moderated the first debate, wanted to watch at home but he lost control of the remote.

Paul Ryan accused Joe Biden of underdeveloped triceps.

Chris Christie was in Ohio stumping for Mitt Romney. It was felt as far north as Canada.

Late Night with Jimmy Fallon

I'm your host, Jimmy Fallon, and I'm going to try to tell these jokes before Joe Biden interrupts me.

Joe Biden actually interrupted Paul Ryan 82 times during the vice-presidential debate. Even the ladies from “The View” were like, “Dude — wait your turn!”

Biden aggressively contested nearly every claim his opponent made during their debate. Then President Obama was like, “Wait — you’re allowed to do that?”

Kellogg’s is recalling 3 million boxes of Frosted Mini-Wheats because of a possible metal contamination. Meanwhile, Fiber One is also being recalled, because it tastes like raked leaves.

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