Re: OT: Craig's got no audience tonight
- From: Gary <garycolin_clifford@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 24 Feb 2010 16:40:56 -0800 (PST)
On Feb 24, 6:23 pm, Donz5 <do...@xxxxxxx> wrote:
On Feb 24, 8:10 am, foxyscrib...@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
On Feb 24, 2:46 am, "dsik...@xxxxxxxxx" <dsik...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Feb 23, 10:26 pm, Tony Calguire <calgu...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Micah <ballodi...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in news:61b7060f-1325-4e7d-8ca3-
Just a heads-up. Would've posted earlier, but wasn't sure if he was
kidding via Twitter.
Last night, he was threatening to do it.
I recall many years ago, Dave did an entire episode from a hotel suite
simply because he knew Carly Simon had stage fright. I wonder if Stephen
Frye has some sort of agoraphobia?
Probably not, given his performance and TV hosting history in the UK,
but he is bipolar and had a notorious episode in 1995, when he
suffered a nervous breakdown while appearing in a play called Cell
Mates and walked offstage in the middle of performance, leading to the
show closing early.
Darn. I missed last night...I listen to him talking to me every
morning - Stephen Frye is the voice of my butler alarm clock.
It was a terrific hour, from Scottish Conan Boy honoring Tom Snyder
with the "colortini" tag to the back and forth with Fry. Catch it
sometime early next week on the LLS site.
Yes very good show. Craig should do this kind of thing again. And I
think he will now. I wonder what kind of approval he needs from WWP/
CBS to change the format like this, if any?
Would be fun if he mixed it up like this on a regular basis. Tom
Snyder was great.
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