Sean kicked off Thursday's show by playing audio of a slip up Marco Rubio made in an interview at an event kicking off the University of Phoenix/National Journal Next America project. "If in four to five years, if I do a good job as vice president - I'm sorry, as senator - I'll have the chance to do all sorts of things," he said. The audience erupted into laughter at the slip up. Sean joked about it as well but felt that maybe it wasn't necessarily an accident. "I'm not sure, but I have a sneaky feeling that he might have done this on purpose," said Sean.
Sean praised Rubio and even went so far as to throw his support behind the Florida Senator. "I want Marco Rubio for Vice-President. There are very few people that can captivate an audience like Rubio. He has a way of bringing you in - his speeches are phenomenal. He's funny, he's smart and he is a great conservative. I like the youth and energy that he would bring to the ticket. I don't want a boring guy up there in a media age," Sean added.