Gore's Parenting Tip of the Day

A roundup of the late-night comics.

Real Time

Bill Maher: I love the springtime. It's a time of renewal, when the old U.S. attorneys are plowed under.

The Tonight Show

Jay Leno: Kind of ironic. While testifying, Al Gore was questioned by Hillary Clinton. Kind of global warming meets global cooling. I'm surprised it didn't start to rain right there.

The Tonight Show

Leno: Oh, I love when they say this, this thing with the attorneys is a constitutional crisis. Oh, please. We haven't used the Constitution for years.

Jimmy Kimmel Live

Jimmy Kimmel: Al Gore spoke on Capitol Hill today to urge lawmakers to do more to fight global warming. … He didn't limit his thoughts to the environment though. He also spoke very passionately on the subject of child care.

[Graphic: "Al Gore's Parenting Tip of the Day"] Al Gore: If the crib's on fire, you don't speculate that the baby is flame-retardant.

Jimmy Kimmel: Really, just good common sense.

Late Show

David Letterman: Fourth anniversary of the start of the war. Yep, a lot of protests, a lot of anti-war protests. And the Bush administration said they were surprised by the number of protests. And I was thinking: "You know what? I'm not surprised they were surprised." That seems to make sense.

Late Night

Conan O'Brien: This is interesting. According to a new report by a genealogy company, Barack Obama's great-great-great-grandfather was born in Ireland. Yeah. Yeah, that should really solidify Obama's support among Irish African-Americans raised in Hawaii.