Always the gracious host, Piers Morgan informed guest Jesse Ventura, “You make some very sensible points, and you make crackpot points.”
Piers later told Jesse, “You have been, as always … slightly crackers.”
I don’t know. There are times when Ventura (above right, with potential “running mate” Howard Stern) makes more sense than our current candidates.
Worst thing about the ridiculous fuss over the NFL’s striking referees? The unfortunate side-effect that it provided pompous ass Bob Costas with lots of air-time on news outlets.
Martin Bashir, above, has trouble restraining his inner naughty boy. After the New York Times ran a quote about “the stench of [Mitt] Romney” and its deleterious effect on Paul Ryan, Bashir asked guest Ken Vogel about the Romney campaign’s difficulty in attracting donors.
Bashir: “Who’s to blame? Is it Mr. Ryan or The Stench?”
Vogel: “I don’t know about The Stench.”
Bashir: “Is it time for more Republicans, as it were, to start standing upwind of Mitt Romney?”
Vogel: “We should point out that that is traditionally the role that vice-presidential running mates take: They are number two. They’re number two for a reason.”
Somewhere, Beavis and Butt-head are giggling.
So much for gender equality in high-school sports.
Time was, movie stars considered themselves too good for TV commercials. Then some of them began doing ads on the sly in places like Japan. Now, you can’t turn on the television without hearing pitches from Tom Hanks (Marie Callender’s), Paul Giamatti (Liberty Mutual Insurance), Jeff Bridges (Duracell), Tommy Lee Jones (Ameriprise), or George Clooney (Budweiser). John Travolta must be mistaken; it’s a good time to be a celebrity.
“President Obama on that thing, he came off as an emasculated wimp. He really did.” — Bernard McGuirk (above), a Bill O’Reilly minion, evaluating Obama’s appearance on The View.
OK, talk-show tough guy, be sure to let us know how emasculation feels on November 7.
Meanwhile, this week on Survivor …
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