TV legend Robert “Morty” Morton is back to talk about: the worst talk shows, who should replace Regis, who should replace Leno, crazy Kathy Lee, c*ck blocking Clinton and behind the scenes in the Bill Hicks scandal.
The man behind Letterman – Robert “Morty” Morton talks about “The Late Shift” which is based on his time during the Letterman/Leno feuds. Morty gives us insight to what it was like to be on the front lines of the backstabbing of the late night wars.
Also, Morty chimes in on who should replace Letterman and Leno if they are ever to retire.
Today’s show is part one of an interview with Morty.
You can watch the movie on Amazon (we get a cut).
Listen to part 2 here!
Listen to part two where Morty talks about a cranky Regis, a crazy Kath Lee and who should Co-host with Kelly. Plus get behind the scenes of the Letterman/Bill Hicks story and hear how Tom Schneider busted Morty on air . Bonus: We’ll tell you who Tom Schneider is.Read More
Former Grantland writer Andy Greenwald makes it easy to choose the first losers of the 2011 Fall line up. Adam Spiegelman (“Proudly Resents”) and Andy discuss the new show and his unique approach. Go to Grantland.com to fill out your own Fall TV Cancellation Fantasy League ballot. Hurry up, I have a feeling that Monday’s “Playboy Club” may be its last. The show looks like “Showgirls” meets “Mad Men” meets “Burlesque.”
CHECK OUT SARAH MICHELLE GELLAR “RINGER” BOAT SCENE.
Next week we should have a normal movie episode. Maybe with Nicko.
Wait… before you go… I just thought of this joke… the new CBS sitcom should be called “2 broke Girls and one cup!” That’s mine f’ers!
Paul Goebel, Andres du Bouchet and Adam Felber talk about the best & worst in TV and Movies. 1st – Ainteverythingcool.yes reviewers get brutally honest about the latest films. Then the King of TV, Paul Goebel discusses the hits and misses of the new TV season. YOU CAN’T MISS! This will change your life.
We take a break from praising the worst movies to tell you what’s out there now. Don’t worry. Next week we will be back with one of the stars of Pluto Nash and talk about that film. It’s Victor Varnado, not you know who.