Brendan: In the interest of time, our producers say that we have to bring out both of our guests at the same time. Please welcome our first guest, psychic medium, John Edward, star of the tv show “Crossing Over.” Brian: Our worse guest is animal expert, Richard Idelbert. (enter John Edward and Richard). John Edward: […]
As you may have heard, there has been quite a shakeup in the late night programming world. Jay Leno is stepping down from his host position at “The Tonight Show”, Conan O’Brien will be taking the helm at the 11:30 p.m. slot, and Carson Daly’s only viewer gave up falling asleep with the television on for Lent.
We come back from the fake commercial break. Brendan is passing out on the couch while Brian ventures into the audience. Over the break Brian took off one of his socks, put it on his hand and placed a lit cigar in the makeshift puppet’s mouth. Brian then walks up to a woman wearing a lot of makeup and the puppet asks, “Are you going to a kabuki theater after this?”
In preparation for an exciting new season of American Idol, our reporters hit the streets to see what the past Idol winners were up to these days.
When I was a young man living in rural North Dakota we lived near a couple abandoned warehouses that were converted into low-income housing.
Everyone has their own opinion as to who should play Spring Fling this May, but wish with caution: Your favorite act may not turn out as planned.
Parent’s Weekend, what an idea! I couldn’t wait to show my parents the true, behind the scenes, college experience. Shit that those admissions tours don’t cover. Yeah, I messed my room up just to emphasize the whole point of the weekend—I’m in college bitches, and y’all can kiss my ass if you don’t like it! […]
Williams: Hey, can we talk for a bit?
Wes: Yeah, totes. What’s the deal?
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