The NeverEnding Sorry: Late-Night Comedy Roundup

Plus: Even the pope likes showing off to his old friends, Christie says “it’s my way or I shut down your highway”—and more.

Governor Chris Christie is embarrassed and humiliated by his administration's George Washington Bridge scandal. But mostly the Republican media star is saddened that the latest revelations don't follow the tone he has attempted to set during his time in office. Jon Stewart tries to determine precisely what note the New Jersey politician has been striving for.

Plus: the holy pontiff is just a normal guy, giving rides to friends in his Popemobile.

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Reena Flores is a Video Producer at National Journal.

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