The late-night comics take a look at 4/20. After you watch our favorite jokes, vote for yours at opinion.usatoday.com.
Late-night comic Trevor Noah.(Photo: Cara Howe, Netflix)
In case you didn't notice, yesterday was April 20th ... or 4/20, a "high" holy day for those who partake in the use of marijuana. The late-night comics acknowledged the day and made some interesting observations. While Jimmy Kimmel noted the fact that it's been a busy week for candy lovers, Conan O'Brien failed to see what was different today from any other day.
Wondering what the kids are calling marijuana these days? Trevor Noah might be able to help.
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