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The best, live late night takedowns of the vice presidential debate.

Tuesday night's vice presidential debate was an exciting topic on Twitter, late night TV, and basically nowhere else. In fact, according to an ABC News survey from earlier in the week, more than 40 percent of Americans couldn't even name the candidates. So if you missed the debate, don't worry, these boiled down segments will mostly catch you up, minus the snoring (which came mostly from the audience, a little from moderator Elaine Quijano, and a bit from vice presidential candidates Tim "I'm With Her" Kaine and Mike "I Guess I'm With Trump?" Pence).
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