JIMMY FALLON: During the GOP debate, Ben Carson was asked what his greatest weakness is, and he said that he couldn't see himself as president until people asked him to run. He also couldn't see himself as president because he never opens his eyes.
And Carly Fiorina said that after the previous debate people told her that she needed to smile more. They were like, 'Just pretend you're laying off a bunch of people.'
In his closing comments, Rand Paul said that he is running to create a government so small that you can barely see it. Paul said it would be modeled after his presidential campaign.
One of the big moments from the debate came when a moderator asked what the government should do about online gambling and fantasy football. Check out what Chris Christie had to say:
CHRIS CHRISTIE: Wait a second. We have nineteen trillion dollars in debt, we have people out of work, we have ISIS and al Qaeda attacking us, and we're talking about fantasy football?[End clip]
FALLON: I loved it. I loved it. Spoken like a guy who's definitely in last place in his fantasy football league. 'I should've never traded Romo!'
And in the early debate last night, Bobby Jindal was asked what smartphone apps he uses and Jindal admitted that he still uses a BlackBerry. Even BlackBerry was like, 'Bobby Jindal is still around?'