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Relive the DNC the only way tolerable: through the eyes of The Daily Show

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On the off chance you're feeling nostalgic for the Democratic National Convention -- or, more likely, have six hours of Cubical Hell you're looking to kill -- we spent the morning perusing the videos at TheDailyShow.com and came up with the five best bits from the Daily Show's stay in Denver. Enjoy. -- Joe Tone

5. “The circle of life ...”

4. “A less humble man might have accepted the nomination at the Grand Canyon”

3. “It's the most delicious hope I've ever tasted!”

2. “The best fucking news team ever”

1. “Wazzaaaaaaap?”

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