You never should have built it on rock n' roll.
Kind of odd to have a trend piece like this two or three years after the trend has been painfully obvious to even the most casual observer, but who knows? Maybe this is the one that makes the studios take notice, and they carve up the Hangover 3 budget to make four interesting, original movies.—JS
Guaranteed to start a new wave of octoeroticism!
1) I remember watching this episode when I was 14, and loving it. 2) Go listen to the Letterman interview on Alec Baldwin's "Here's the Thing" podcast. 3) You can watch old Letterman episodes at the Paley Center for Media library? I guess I know where I'm going to live when I retire.—BK
I love comedy. I love women. I love Adam Carolla. I love the internet. When all of those things threaten to converge, "Denzel-and-Chris-Pine-in-a-runaway-train"-style, I've simply got to say something.
Well, obviously she's just too stupid to love Sorkin's new HBO show, The Newsroom. (Seriously, though, if "it's exactly like every other Sorkin show" is the worst criticism you can level at it, I'm in!)—JS
It's enough to drive a man to a vasectomy.
Damn that Mr. Burns and his Brain & Nerve Tonic!
If you have children or love sports, or both (or, hell, neither), you really really need to read this. Really.—JM
If there's a heaven, I'm sure it consists of little else other than me getting to decide who gets to put what on their vanity license plates. And what names people are allowed to give their kids.—JM
These are always worth reading. (And can we maybe agree that there are some interview subjects who deserve their last name beside their responses instead of their initials?)—JS
We can only assume it's a gateway drug to "bath peppers".
I don't watch Conan regularly, but I check in from time to time, and I generally agree with this article's assessment of the show: not quite what you hoped it would be.—BK