Oh sure, you probably read a bunch of blog and newspaper analysis, and laughed at a lot of memes, and maybe you even watched the damn thing—but you can't really know what happened during Tuesday night's second presidential debate until Jon Stewart and the Daily Show team weigh in. And Stewart was particularly gleeful that Sleepytime McGillicuddy took the night off this time: "President Barack Obama decided to attend this debate, and the two candidates could finally have a truthful, substantive conversation about how much they f***ing hate each other." Watch below.

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The debate recap and analysis took up the majority of the show. After Stewart praised the "diversity" of Long Island, he dived into describing the punching match between the two candidates, hitting the night's two biggest moments: Romney's "binders full of women" and the Benghazi please proceed exchange. Stewart guessed that the women's group who approached Romney "did not refer to what they presented as whole binders full of women. But perhaps referred to it as a well-organized collection of qualified resumes. But hey, binder of women, book of broads, notebook of nipples, whatever!"

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Then on Benghazi, he described Romney as falling into Obama's "weird nitpicky semantic trap," which ended up making Obama the Roadrunner to Romney's Wile E. Coyote. "When you feel you're about to spring what you, Governor Romney, [believe] is the checkmate moment of the debate and your opponent says to you, 'Please. Proceed. Hold on, are you trying to open that door? Allow me to open it wider'...you might want to take a breath and wonder if, ala Wile E. Coyote and the Roadrunner, that door your opponent is pointing to is merely paint on a rock."

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Then John Oliver assembled a team of body language experts, aura experts, and yentas to evaluate the candidates...and had another team of body language experts, aura experts, and yentas evaluate the first set of body language experts, aura experts, and yentas.

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