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Sayonara, Sochi: Late-Night Comedy Roundup
Feb 25, 2014
The Olympic Games in Sochi come to a close, and despite the myriad controversies, Russia calls them a success. Jimmy Fallon joins Chris Christie and Rob Ford in using this historic event as a moment to reflect on past failures. Plus: Russian players take gold by playing 'like their lives were on the line,' and violence in Ukraine may require intervention — by Dennis Rodman. Read more from National Journal.
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Catch up on TV’s best jokes about politics and foreign policy