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Only one group of people had more fun on election night than Republicans: The cable news networks, who got to break out their “brain rooms,” “magic walls,” and other assorted gimmicks to follow the action. Thankfully for all of those who needed a laugh as the results came in, Stephen Colbert also got in on the action.

Click above to see Colbert cover the midterms from his “Mountain of Midterm Madness” — then share this video!

Video via Comedy Central

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