So much for the two-headed Colbert-Cain super-candidate hydra. Despite a crowd at their joint rally that qualified as the biggest crowd yet of the 2012 campaign, only 6,324 out of about 600,000 voters threw their support behind Cain in the South Carolina Primary — and it’s uncertain how many of those people meant to symbolically support Colbert and how many just like pizza and creepy, slow-burning smiles. Does this mean Colbert’s exploratory committee has met its end? Will he seize back the power of his Super PAC from Jon Stewart’s cold, cash-filled hands? Or will he somehow interpret the minuscule number of voters as a sign that America needs him now more than ever? Probably the last one.