Here's a roundup of the late night comics.
David Letterman: It was so nice here in New York City that Barack Obama could not find anyone who was bitter.
Bill Maher: George Bush made a speech this week on global warming. The good news, he finally admits that it's real. The bad news, he wants to invade the sun.
Stephen Colbert: We are here in Pennsylvania because Pennsylvania will have a decisive voice in whether the Democratic nominee will for the first time be a woman... or an elitist secret Muslim.
Jay Leno: President Bush also told the pope that he has prayed every single day since he became president. Hey, since Bush became president we've all prayed every single day!
Letterman: It was Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton debating and they've been doing this for a year and a half, and Hillary, honestly, is getting a little desperate -- so before the debate, she sneaks over to Barack Obama's podium, honest to god, and buries a Michael Dukakis jersey.
Jon Stewart: Finally, 15 questions and 63 minutes into the debate...
George Stephanopoulos: Let me turn to the economy, that is the number one issue on Americans' minds right now...
Jon Stewart: Which is why we asked it 16th... You just said it was the number one issue on their minds and you asked it 16th? Although I guess in your defense, Eddie Money doesn't open the show with "Two Tickets to Paradise."