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Here's a Game: Hostess Cupcake Icing, Charlie Brown's Hair, or Jack Lew's Signature?

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January 11, 2013

Nearly every single late-night show went after the signature of President Obama's current chief of staff and Treasury secretary nominee, Jacob Lew. If confirmed, "this pubic hair masquerading as an autograph will appear on all our money," said Stephen Colbert. "Our money should have nothing ridiculous on it, just old men in wigs and pyramids with eyes."

Jimmy Kimmel explained the origin of the signature: "Before he was chief of staff at the White House, Mr. Lew worked at Hostess as a cupcake-icer."

Today has two must-see moments. First, to see an even more ridiculous signature, fast-forward to 2:03. Second, to see President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden play skin drums on New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's belly, fast-forward to 3:00.

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