The Bridgegate Scandal Continues: Late-Night Comedy Roundup

Plus: David Letterman investigates plagiarism charges at the State of the Union, Jon Stewart nicknames Chris Christie ‘The Closer’—and more.

Chris Christie is sticking to his traffic guns: he still says he knew nothing about the plot, even after a Port Authority official alleged that the New Jersey governor was well aware of 'Bridgegate.'

Plus: the President is accused of plagiarizing former President Bush in his State of the Union address. David Letterman investigates.

Meanwhile: This year's Super Bowl is still a travesty.

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