"I can never tell. That's for other people to guess ... You only know once people go to the voting booth, and being on SNL might be pretty low on their list of why they're voting for someone, when it comes to pulling the lever. I also believe that everybody knows who they're going to vote for now and nothing else matters."

— Comedian Seth Meyers on Mitt Romney's chances of wooing voters with an appearance on Saturday Night Live. After Romney told ABC's Diane Sawyer that he'd consider making a cameo on the show as long as the skit was funny, Meyers, the head writer for SNL, said he'd love to see Romney on the show, "But I know he's very busy and so I don't begrudge him the time," he said.