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Russia's New Dolphin Army: Late-Night Comedy Roundup
Mar 28, 2014
| 148-part series
Russia now has control over an arsenal of deadly weapons. Defense dolphins, which were supposed to protect Ukraine's border, may pose a threat to the U.S.—if they can figure out how to shoot those pistols attached to their heads. At least the U.N. is doing all it can to condemn Russia's takeover of Crimea: It passed a resolution. Or, as Seth Meyers puts it, the equivalent of a negative Yelp review.
Author: Mauro Whiteman
About This Series
Catch up on TV’s best jokes about politics and foreign policy