Now that he's no longer threatening to become the boss of our country, Atlanta-based pizza CEO Herman Cain is infinitely more likable. It's like he finally came to terms with the fact that he was ill-suited for the presidency, and we can finally laugh with him rather than at him, which seems like so much more fun.
In the spirit of being in on the joke, Cain sat down with John Oliver for a "Inside the Actors Studio" parody called "Behind the Political Curtain" to answer questions about his most embarrassing moments as a candidate, like when he shouted "Aw, shucky ducky" at supporters in Atlanta, when he called a country "Uzbeki-beki-stan-stan," and when he forgot what a Libya was. Then he gives a speech to the Cit-iz-zens of Earth and we all start rethinking his viability. Oh, just watch.
I went to the quarterly briefing last night and several points that are mentioned in…
Sarcasm check on Aisle 13.
Nomadologist: When I went to the southwest planning meeting last year, they said that the…
If this thing gets all tied up in the courts (and the curtain pulled back:…
"Watch out for that odd bedfellow"
You could wake up with fleas!
Lucy is a little busy right now: