Tonight's super-silent debate had nothing on last week's fight night. Mitt Romney couldn't even muster a single giggle. The audience was hushed and the candidates stayed rather calm. Romney and Newt Gingrich clashed early on about whether Gingrich was working as a lobbyist, "historian," or "influence peddler" after his time in Congress; Rick Santorum called both of them out for appearing as bad as President Obama to tea partiers; and Ron Paul almost sounded like he would endorse Gingrich. Not that Gingrich cared. He pointed out that he already has an endorsement from a Texan. See everything else you missed in our three-minute video recap, straight ahead.