"Now that Letterman is calling it quits, a look back at the king of late night in 2002."
One bit encapsulates his appeal:
Even so, he was intrigued to learn that sales [of DVDs of his old shows] had jumped in the wake of September 11th . . .
Goes some way toward explaining why so many actresses look so unattractive at the Hollywood awards shows.
Yet another reason why Star Trek--particularly the original--was an amazing show.
Whenever I think of the high salaries we are paid as film actors, I think it is for the travel, the time away, and any trouble you get into through being well known. It's not for the acting, that's for sure.
I made a lot of mistakes and realized I had to let them go. Don't think about your errors or failures, otherwise you'll never do a thing.
I like my Roku 3 an awful lot, so the conclusion of this article didn't surprise me.
The latest attempt to attribute Big Meaning to HBO's Girls: it's just like Little Women.
Bzzzzzt. Uh . . . not really, no. Thanks for playing, though.
It got a little too exaggerated toward the end, but overall, I think this was one of SNL's finest efforts.