Send In The Clowns
Jon Stewart og Stephen Colbert i Entertainment Weekly.
STEWART: The most interesting moment to me was the difference in protocol when he (John McCain) came on the show in May, after he was the [presumptive] Republican nominee. The minute you are your party's nominee, you are a museum piece that is shuffled around by guys in earpieces. You are spectacularly managed. And I just felt the difference. When you were walking down the hallway, you were now walking into history, as opposed to going and seeing this guy that comes on your show and is a senator and has a sharp sense of humor. So that inevitably changes a person. Once you are surrounded by people who have sworn to take a bullet for you even though they don't know you, I think you've gotta be feeling pretty good about yourself at that moment.
COLBERT: Jon? If it comes down to it, I have a couple of interns I could toss in front of you.
Sarah Silverman prøver å mobiliere jødiske kids til å dra til Florida og få besteforeldrene sine til å stemme på Obama:
"Yeah, Barack Hussein Obama, it's a super fucking shitty name, but you'd think that someone named Manichiewitz Guggerman might understand that."