The presidential election is more than a year away, however the campaign is already in full-swing, dominating not only the starved, 24-hour news cycle however likewise the late night talk show circuit. Sometimes, it seems that the next 13 politically charged months stretch out like an eternity. What can the average viewer, who may or may not even care all that much who leads the Free World, do to while away the time? Well, thanks to Mashable’s Proma Khosla, you can monitor which candidates have appeared on which gabfests with Late-Night Presidential Candidate Bingo Cards. Audiences are encouraged to print these out and keep them convenient on those nights when the only treatment for sleeplessness is paying attention to office-seekers ingratiate themselves to a comedian. According to Kholsa, this little game encourages audiences to adjust a collector’s mindset, “as if the candidates were politically active Pok mon” (the second politics/Pok mon crossover we’ve noted today). Today, candidate-friendly Jimmy Fallon is unsurprisingly in the lead, having caught more political Pok mon than Stephen Colbert, Seth Myers, or Larry Wilmore.Of course, a

video game like this might quickly leave hand, what with the late night and political landscapes more congested than ever previouslyever, however Mashable has actually selected to set reasonable limitations on Late-Night Presidential Candidate Bingo: just “the top 16 candidates and the four programs they have actually appeared on so far.” Since this writing, that field does not include brand-new Daily Program host Trevor Noah, however that will quickly alter in all probability. As for the prospects themselves, their addition on these cards is tangible evidence that their particular campaigns for the White Home have brought in a minimum of some attention from the media. That’s excellent news for such non-Trump, non-Fiorina prospects as Bobby Jindal and Lindsey Graham, who may otherwise have problem getting media attentionlimelights. On the other hand, audiences who discover these cards entirely too generic are invited to create their own, more certain versions. Possible recommendations for squares: “Vaguely Slanderous Remark Casually Passed Off As A Joke,” “Shameless Populist Declaration Made To Garner Cheap Applause,” and “Precise Moment When The Host’s Soul Dies A Little.”