by Brian Kraker
Refusing to saunter into retirement, Larry King announced a comedic one-man show to tour around the U.S this spring. The act is meant to be a biographical telling of King’s life “growing up in Brooklyn,” getting his first pet brontosaurus, and having brunch with King Arthur. King also plans to hold a Q&A at the end of each show, where he will field questions from confused audience members, such as, “Why can’t I change the channel?” and “Is Anderson Cooper still on after this?”
Here's a video of King working his stuff with another man who just won't get off my TV screen…
Tags: CNN, Jay Leno, Larry King, NBC
George Bush, the Jay Leno of Presidents, Interviewed by Jay Leno, the George Bush of Talk Show Hosts
Edgy, edgy stuff here. I'm sure this interview was a big in hit in my Uncle Murray and Aunt Anita's house…
The interview continues after the jump…
Tags: Books, George W. Bush, Jay Leno, NBC
It's not every week that important global happenings are reductively expressed through humorous tweets. Wait a minute. Yes it is!
The anticipation, the overspending, the disappointment — even if I didn't mix up Christmas and midterm elections I still would have voted for Santa Claus.
More after the jump…
Tags: Barack Obama, Christine O’Donnell, Democrats, Food, Harry Reid, India, Jay Leno, Jimmy McMillan, Keith Olbermann, McDonald's, Midterms, MSNBC, Republicans
So, Jay Leno apparently thought it was unnecessary to come up with fresh material for his performance at the White House Correspondents Dinner this weekend, and I really can't blame him. I mean, when you've got huge piles of gold like this lying around, why waste your time digging up more?
I'm sincerely sorry for that. I know. It's bad enough sitting through those jokes once.
Tags: Correspondents' Dinner, Jay Leno