1. One thing political debates do—aside from winners and losers, or any pertinent information for Americans deciding who to vote for on November 6—is focus in on a single comment or characteristic to poke fun of. The past few months having giving Twitter lovers and meme followers plenty of material from the debates and conventions. With the third and final presidential debate Monday night, it remains to be seen what will be said that will go viral in social media. But here's a quick reminder of a few that will likely continue until elections day.
  2. The most recent quotable moment from Mitt Romney was his "binders full of women" comment, which turned into a full-blown online sensation. Within minutes there were Tumblr blogs, Twitter accounts and Facebook pages. Don't be surprised to see binders full of women out for Halloween.
  3. At the Alfred E. Smith charity dinner, President Obama was quick to take a playful jab at Clint Eastwood's memorable speech at the Republican Convention. "Everyone please take your seats, or else Clint Eastwood will yell at them," Obama told the crowd to much laughter. People are still talking every time they see an empty chair.
  4. During the vice-presidential debate, people were quick to point out Joe Biden's smile, dubbing him "Smilin' Joe Biden."
  5. It's likely there will be another viral sensation created tomorrow night, but in the meantime, here's some of our previous political meme coverage to whet your appetite.