Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney made his first appearance on late-night TV since losing to President Barack Obama in November, going on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno."
Here's a roundup of some of his funnier moments:
• After a tough news week for the Obama White House, Leno asked, "Can you be objective about this?"
• On the Republican primary process, Leno said he thought it was funny to see Newt Gingrich attacking someone else for being wealthy and successful.
"It wasn't funny to me!"
• Leno asked who Romney likes for 2016.
"Who looks good to you?"
• Romney said wife Ann is doing well and riding her horse to deal with the effects of her multiple sclerosis. But for people running for president in 2016 --
"Sell the horse, if you have one."
Watch Romney's interview below, via NBC: