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Stephen Colbert highlighted the merchandise being sold by the presidential campaigns, and presented his own idea for an alternative branded merchandise, “Undecided 2016.” He then realized that maybe should really set this up as an actual store!

Larry Wilmore hung out with astronaut Buzz Aldrin — in outer space!

Seth Meyers addressed Donald Trump’s call for people (especially Jeb Bush) to only speak English, in a segment called Solamente Inglés: “Ah, the English-only debate comes back around every four years — like some kind of racist leap year.”

And James Corden presented an epic, movie-style look at Kim Davis — complete with a fake Morgan Freeman voice.

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