Stars React To Vice Presidential Debate

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As millions tuned in to watch the Vice Presidential debate between Joe Biden and Paul Ryan Thursday night - Hollywood also got in on the act.

From Bill Maher to Eva Longoria and Rob Lowe, celebrities all seemed to have something to ramble about on Twitter about the debate.

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Kevin Nealon: "Biden and Ryan could never work together as synchronized swimmers. #VPDebate."

Eva Longoria: "Every channel declaring a Biden victory! Biden def delivered the facts tonight and held Ryan accountable for the lies! #TeamJoe"

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Bill Maher: "Biden is hitting in on answer all the things Obama left out in the entire first 90 minute debate"

Sarah Hyland: "Paul Ryan's pin is bigger than Biden's. Debates Fact."

Kat Dennings: "Paul Ryan comes off like a 5-year-old under a tree telling his friends what the rules of tag are. Debate."

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Olivia Wilde: ''@MiaFarrow: Biden kicked ass Ryan twerp I love you Martha Raddatz'. Word."

Bill Rancic: "Wow...what a battle we are watching tonight in this debate."

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Charlie Daniels: "I didn't see but a little bit of the debate but Biden came off as Condescending to me."

Elizabeth Reaser: "Need to party with Biden."

Meghan McCain: "This debate is blood sport. Crossfire style. Don't know how this will change swing voters minds....enjoying Martha though."

Rob Lowe: "Was that a 'You're no Jack Kennedy' moment from Ryan?

Dane Cook: "They need to play The Little Rascals theme music underneath this debate."

Lisa Ling: "Good and feisty debate. Both represented their sides well."

Samantha Bee: "I'm listening to the debate on the radio so I can't see anything. Biden's wearing leather pants, right? Please say yes."

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