D.L. Hughley Breaks the News

Season 1 Episode 7

December 13 2008

Aired Saturday 10:00 PM Dec 13, 2008 on CNN
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Episode Summary

December 13 2008
Guests include actor John Leguizamo, photographer Scout Tufankjian and car expert David Goldsmith.

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    John Leguizamo

    John Leguizamo


    Guest Star

    Chuck Sklar

    Chuck Sklar


    Guest Star

    Scout Tufankjian

    Scout Tufankjian


    Guest Star

    Hugh Fink

    Hugh Fink

    Drew Steinberg

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Holiday Facts:

        The Coca Cola Polar Bears are vanishing at an alarming rate due to global warming and type "A" diabetes.

        The poinsettia is the most popular Christmas plant because of its red leaves and giant nipples.

        In 2008, a lump of coal in your stocking is worth over a hundred dollars.

        During Hunukkah, children eat potato pancakes and jelly doughnuts to fill the void of not getting to celebrate Christmas.

        Originally, Christmas stockings were filled with giant dismembered feet.

    • QUOTES (11)

      • Announcer: Tonight's regularly scheduled program, Chicago Hopeless, will not be seen so that we may bring you this special presentation.

      • Patti Labelle: (as D.L. adds mustard into the mixing bowl) OK you put it on my dress I'm going to cut you.
        D.L. Hughley: Between you and Leguizamo, I'm getting assaulted on my own show.

      • Billy: Dear Santa, You deliver presents to everyone in the world in one night, but my dad works at the post office and he says that it's impossible and would take a miracle. Billy. Age 7 1/2.
        Santa Claus: Dear Billy, Your dad should talk. He works at the post office. I'm still waiting for my Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue from last winter. Your dad probably took it. Your mother hasn't slept with him in three years. Merry Christmas. Santa

      • Tammy: Dear Sant, All I want this year for Christmas is a slinky. Times are tough so I don't want to get anything expensive. Happy Holidays. Tammy. Age 10.
        Santa Claus: Hi Tammy, A slinky! Good choice. You know, it goes down stairs. But then again, what doesn't if you push it? Santa.

      • Terry: Dear Santa, All I want for Christmas is world peace. Terry. Age 9.
        Santa Claus: Dear Terry, Oh, world peace? Is that all? What am I, Ghandi over here? You wrote to Santa. How about a slinky? Your friend, Santa.

      • Emily: Dear Santa: Can I please have a pony for Christmas? Love, Emily, age 3.
        Santa Claus Dear, Emily: Do you know how hard it is to take care of a horse? You already killed a hamster and five goldfish. Get real. You're three. Merry Christmas, Santa.

      • John Leguizamo: I'm a Latin man. I have to hustle. I have to do everything. I look at J. Lo. She's got perfume, she's a clothing line. We've got to do a lot of stuff to stay relevant.

      • D.L. Hughley: A man is fighting for his life after his wife allegedly set his genitals on fire. And men have the same reaction: "Oh, my God! That's horrible!"

        Women have the same one, too: What did he do?

      • D.L. Hughley: Santa has been kind to everybody this year. Everybody got a little something. Black people, we got Obama for president. And white people, y'all finally got O.J.

      • D.L. Hughley: Of course, there are 11 shopping days until Christmas, so there's still time to buy your loved one that Illinois Senate seat that's for sale. Or if you really want to splurge, you can get them Chrysler. Not a Chrysler, you can actually buy Chrysler.

      • Announcer: Tonight's regularly scheduled program, "Chicago Hopeless," will not be seen, so that we may bring you this special presentation.

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