David Letterman is enormously talented, forcefully charismatic, and his delivery of his awkward tale was masterful. That's why he was able to keep the audience on his side while telling an embarrassing -- and kind of seedy -- story.
Vassup! Get ready for Bruno overload, everybody. Sasha Baron Cohen, the shock comedian who made Borat a household name and "Very Niiiice!" a household phrase, invades theaters and our sensibilities this weekend with Bruno, a movie about a gay Austrian fashionista looking for fame in Hollywood.
NBC has completely bulldozed the late-night landscape over the last few months, shuffling Conan O'Brien and Jay Leno and adding Jimmy Fallon to its schedule. The result is an unfamiliar sight, with Leno out of his post after 17 years. Over at CBS, however, change isn't in the cards.
It was major damage control time last night on CBS, as Senator John McCain made his much anticipated return to The Late Show with David Letterman. The highly publicized feud between the former prisoner of war and take-no-prisoners talk-show host came to a conclusion last night, and if you missed it, you missed a humbled man. Link to full interview inside!
Liar, liar, John McCain's pants are on fire.
The man who could be America's next president is already showing similarities to former presidents Richard Nixon, Bill Clinton, and pretty much everyone else. Senator John McCain (R-Arizona) was scheduled to appear on CBS' Late Show with David Letterman last night, but had to cancel because he had to suspend his presidential campaign and work on the whole "economic collapse thing." At least that's what he told dear old Dave.