Joel: I am going to try not to cry. After over 700 episodes, 454 weaves, 1,686 fat man suits, 2,545 clinically-traumatized audience members and one cease-and-desist letter to The Soup, The Tyra Banks Show will be coming to an end soon. We wanted to say goodbye the way Tyra would want us to - by showing Tyra talking about Tyra. It was tough, but we managed to find a few clips.
Joel: New Orlean's WGNO news was reporting a story about a new injection for women, known as the "G shot," which is designed to enhance their sex drive. And all this time, I thought it was called, "cash."
Joel: Roseanna and Greg of Good Day New York have great chemistry together. And by chemistry, I mean it's no fun to watch unless someone is getting severly burned.
Joel: Charlie Sheen signed a new contract and will remain on Two and a Half Men for two more seasons. Sheen will see his salary be raised to $2 million an episode. And I'm proud to say that in my new contract, it clearly stipulates that E! executives will no longer be allowed to pelt me with dead fish. I have very good agents.
(Joel gets hit with a fish)
Man: That's a live one.
Joel: Chad Ochocicno was eliminated from Dancing with the Stars, leaving one star, a professional ice dancer and an actual former professional dancer who toured the world with The Pussycat Dolls, in the finals. Next year, the show will change its name to "Dancing with the Dancers."
Joel: As American Idol, or "I'm Simon Cowell, Get Me Out of Here!," comes to a close, Justin Bieber's drum solo generated more excitement than anything anyone has ever done. Amazing how his hair didn't move at all.