Late Show Highlights
This is ridiculously late and I’m sorry. I’d feel bad if I wasn’t already so tired. Anyhoo, it’s Letterman time. Here were my favorite monologue jokes from last night’s Late Show with David Letterman:
It’s spring time. Saturday was the first day of spring. You can always tell when it’s spring in New York City. The carjackers, when it’s spring time, start coming in through the sunroof.
Coming to work today I went through Central Park. I saw an old lady, this was kinda cute, she was sitting on a bench feeding the squirrels…to her pit bull.
Have you filled out a census form? Here’s the deal: Ten questions in ten minutes. That’s what they’re saying, ten questions in ten minutes. Coincidentally, that’s how John McCain chose his running mate.
The first desk segment was a very funny story about how an audience member thought the Late Show promo that aired during the Super Bowl and stared Letterman, Oprah and Leno was a commercial for nacho chips. I have searched high and wide on the internet for the clip but can not find it, which is too bad because it was a great segment. Instead, you’ll have to settle for the Top Ten Signs You’re Having a Bad Spring Break:
Tina Fey was the first couch guest. Besides staring in 30 Rock she’s in the new film Date Night. I really like Tina. She’s sharp, has a terrific sense of humor and is fun to watch. The interview was good. I’m glad CBS released the clip where she impersonated and told stories about Tracy Morgan. It was my favorite part.
Bryan Cranston was the second couch guest. He stars in the AMC show Breaking Bad. I’ve been a fan of Bryan since Malcolm in the Middle. I think he’s a really talented actor, and I’m not surprised he’s won two Best Actor Emmys for his role on Breaking Bad. I was glad to see an interview with him. He’s a cool guy. I just wish the interview had been longer. In this clip he tells the story of his recent trip visiting a relative at a nudist colony:
Joan Jett and the Blackhearts were the musical guest. She can still rock.
Good show. I give it: