Craig Ferguson might seem to be David Letterman’s heir apparent at CBS, but I wouldn’t bet on it. I like Ferguson because he’s an unabashed dirty old man who conducts interesting interviews and actually books an occasional (gasp!) author as a guest. (Author: someone who writes books.)
But Ferguson tends to hammer some bits to death (“You’re a racist, man!”) and, listening to his monologues, I sometimes forget what country I’m living in. If anything remotely newsworthy occurs in Europe, Scottish-born Ferguson is sure to jump on it. Despite his “It’s a great day for America!” he seems homesick.
Scarlett Johansson on her nude scenes in the new movie, Under the Skin: “You assume it’s [the nudity] going to be a screenshot for someone.”
Strange society we live in. Scarlett gets naked on the big screen for our entertainment, yet there’s a dude in prison for pilfering and posting naked selfies Scarlett shot in her bathroom (above).
Speaking of nudity, last week the Review featured a picture of naked Gwyneth Paltrow. This week we’ve posted naked Scarlett Johansson selfies. In the interest of fairness, this week we present a picture of naked George Bush, also a selfie.
“If you told me a high school senior had painted them, I would believe it. Also, it was so strange to see a man who had seen the entire world paint himself alone in a bathroom in the bathtub naked.”
That was New York art critic Jerry Saltz on George Bush’s paintings. In a stunning development, it turns out that Saltz intended those comments as praise.
CNN can’t find the damn plane. CNN should hire this guy, who could always spot “da plane!”
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