In the wake of Mitt Romney's unshocking win in New Hampshire, Jon Stewart took a look at the most interesting showing on Tuesday night: Jon Huntsman's third-place finish. After dinging Romney for making promises he couldn't possibly keep and wondering how at this point Ron Paul's second-place finish can still be dismissed, Stewart eyed Huntsman's strange celebration for third. At his speech, there was confetti and Huntsman bellowing "Third place is a ticket to ride!" Stewart calls shenanigans on the victory lap when there was no victory, especially since Huntsman moved to New Hampshire and bet everything on winning there. "Even Napoleon came in second at Waterloo," Stewart reminds Huntsman, in (maybe real?) Chinese.
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