Re: OT: TV's Craig Ferguson
On Aug 17, 12:36 pm, R H Draney <dadoc...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Crash 'Strawman' Bandicoot filted:
David Letterman used to be cool, now he's cranky and bitter. It takes
more effort to watch him looking burned out than it does to roll over
This woman hasn't seen the show since NBC.
Dave is content and happy....if he were cranky and bitter,
maybe we'd have better interviews with the guests...
Sizing up the other late-night guys
Why he's funny: He's a true cynic, at home on camera.
Why he's not: Burned out, tired and disdainful of the whole gig.
Best: "Great Presidential Moments," especially when making fun of
Worst: "Does It Float?" and endless talk about his son.
"Does It Float"? Nice research, Joann.
Endless talk about his son? This person probably tuned in
on the one night in three months that Dave mentioned Harry.
Personal stories are the one thing
on my poll that *everyone* said they wanted more of.
She obviously didn't catch any of Lyle the Intern's appearances either, if GMIPS
(whatever she called it) came up as "Best"....r
Given that she rated "Does it Float" one of the show's worst features,
then, yes, she probably would like Lyle.
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