Minnesota voters took comedian Al Franken seriously when he ran for the state's U.S. Senate seat in 2008. After 238 days of recounts and contested ballots, Franken was sworn in--with a straight face--in July 2009. It was a few days until he cracked his first joke (to which bloggers responded, "Finally!") As Franken wraps up his first year as "the gentleman from Minnesota," we bring you some less-than-serious moments featuring the political satirist turned politician. And we've asked two political comedy teams to weigh in on the footage: Barely Political, which became viral hits with its Obama Girl character, and The Full Ginsburg, which has targeted its sharp humor at AIG and Rahm Emanuel. Did we miss your favorite Franken moment? Drop a link to the clip in the comments below.