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It's day 15 of the government shutdown and the beginning of the end for the White House. Squirrels are invading Michelle Obama's vegetable garden, and it's all Congress's fault. A rodent resurgence never would have happened under George W. Bush, says Craig Ferguson.

Plus, the Grand Old Party is splintering. And while the old guard and the Tea Party can't seem to agree on anything, the country is watching it all fall to pieces. Jimmy Kimmel airs a new Republican ad that highlights just how badly these squabbles have become.

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