Funnies: Biden's Nobel Hairpiece Prize

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Here's a roundup of the late-night comics.

Late Night With Jimmy Fallon

Jimmy Fallon: Along with the Nobel Peace Prize, President Obama also gets $1.4 million. $1.4 million. Usually, to get a check that big you need to blackmail David Letterman.

The Daily Show

Jon Stewart : The Administration was worried that meeting with the Dalai Lama would upset China. God knows we don't want to upset China. Imagine what they would put in our toys and toothpaste if we upset them.

Jimmy Kimmel Live

Jimmy Kimmel: A Day after declaring war on the moon, President Obama was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize and Vice President Biden was awarded the Nobel Hairpiece prize.

The Tonight Show

Conan O'Brien: Here's a list of the other awards Obama received today. Pretty cool. He got the Oscar for Best Cinematography, 2009 Cy Young Award, International Air Guitar Championship Award, Latin Grammy for Best New Artist, Winner of the Ernest Hemingway Look-Alike Contest, Midwest Regional Sales Leader for Sub-Zero Refrigerators.

Late Show

David Letterman : Have you ever seen one of the actual Nobel Prize awards? You know what they look like? I've never seen one. We have a copy of one right there. Take a look [shows engraved coffee mug with Word's Best Scientist].

The Jay Leno Show

Jay Leno: You know when guys screw up, you can tell it in the woman's body language. Now, we haven't altered this in any way. Watch Nancy Pelosi's body langugage here. Take a look...

Harry Reid: And again, as Congress plays its rightful role in all of this. Madam Speaker, the one thing I think was interesting is that several Democrats and Republicans... (Pelosi moves away from Reid and forces a smile).

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