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October 10, 2008

SNL's Hall and Oates skit sings presidential tunes on Thursday Night Live


"Saturday Night Live" made their Thursday debut last night with an election special. During Amy Poehler and Seth Meyers' "Weekend Update," the hosts were joined by Hall and Oats who delivered a song on Obama and McCain.

This video above is all the buzz this afternoon. Watch Hall and Oat's take on this year political landscape.

"SNL" has a lot of material with this year's election from debate spoofs, skits like this one and - of course- Tina Fey's impression of Sarah Palin.

I like having "Thursday Night Live!" They could do it every day of the week, and that's fine by me!

What do you think? Do pop culture shows like "SNL" influence your decision on who to vote for in the presidential election?

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