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Late-Night Comedy Roundup

How Russia Closes the Olympic Games: Late-Night Comedy Roundup

Feb 24, 2014 | 148-part series
Video by Reena Flores

David Letterman envisions the end to the Olympic Games—complete with a throwback to the Opening Ceremony's malfunctioning props and a scowling Vladimir Putin. Jimmy Fallon imagines the Russian president's anger must be the product of fleeing victims.

Plus: A 101-year old man runs for a Congressional seat in Florida, and Russia lip dubs the news media.

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Catch up on TV’s best jokes about politics and foreign policy