The one-hour special made with former First Lady Michelle Obama’s nonpartisan organization When We All Vote also was reminiscent of Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert's 2010 Rally to Restore Sanity And/Or Fear, according to Caroline Framke.. "Unlike the Rally to Restore Sanity And/Or Fear, VOMO tried to throw together a bunch of starpower to motivate people toward the polls," says Framke. "But just like the Rally, VOMO tried to be as nonpartisan as possible to completely confusing effect. An hour of standup, video calls and funky graphics later, the only message the special had was that voting is important. The vast majority of the participants had already participated in Democrat events, if not the Democratic National Convention itself, and yet they were unable to get any more specific about why this election might be more pressing than any other. Why people should vote outside the basic duty of it, and what the issues facing the country actually are, never factored into its calculations."