Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney started the CNN Republican debate in Arizona on a light note, referencing the popular sit-com Seinfeld after pausing his introduction as he was interrupted by applause. "I want to restore America's promise, and I'm going to do that..." he said before being cut off.
"That's good enough," he said when he got back the floor. "As George Costanza would say, when they're applauding, stop."