It’s hard to resist the incisive interviews on Dr. Drew’s show. Here is an excerpt from Dr. Drew’s illuminating chat this week with Honey Boo Boo (above):
Honey Boo Boo: I don’t burp.
Dr. Drew: You don’t burp?
Honey Boo Boo: I don’t.
Dr. Drew: You’re trying to burp, but you can’t?
It’s painful listening to starlets on late-night talk shows. The host has to do all of the work while some Callie Cutethighs giggles and adjusts her short skirt. I experienced a preview of death the other night, watching a bubble-head named Hana Mae Lee (below) on Craig Ferguson’s show.
Who says there’s no news worth celebrating?
“Rare, good news for you is I showered this morning, after two days on the plane.” — Obama campaign spokeswoman Jen Psaki, to an MSNBC anchor.
“He’s [Obama] doubling down on that storyline.” — CNN’s Jessica Yellin. The media gets hold of a phrase it just loves and the damn thing spreads like a virus in kindergarten. Enough!
“I worked in network news, and I know that promotions were given to people based upon their political leanings and based upon how they conducted themselves in the politically correct atmosphere in which they work.” — Bill O’Reilly, decrying network personnel decisions.
Good thing Bill’s employer, Fox News, is beyond reproach in its hiring practices, as we can see from these out-takes from the resumes of typical Fox employees.
Penny Marshall is promoting her new book. I don’t understand why she’s not still directing big-screen movies. Did any filmmaker have a more impressive string of hits in the late ’80s and early ’90s than Marshall did with Big, Awakenings, and A League of Their Own?
Meanwhile, on Survivor ….
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