Vodpod videos no longer available.Isn’t Kathie Lee Gifford such a scrumptious piece of heavenly delight? Is not her sense of humor unmatched by the kings and queens and paupers of comedy? Her comedic timing with Regis Philbin was impeccable, and often, she outshone him! Even Tracy Morgan can’t keep up with her! Amazing!
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(I pray that was a sufficient amount of sarcasm… I don’t have all day.)
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As a huge fan of “30 Rock,” I cannot wait for its premier next week. But after a co-worker recently pointed out a huge dirty joke in last season’s holiday episode, “Ludachristmas” – one that I did not get because I was unaware of the reference – let’s just say that ignorance is bliss… and some things burn into your retinas forever.
If you’re brave enough, begin your journey here. It is one of the slyest dirty jokes I’ve ever seen pulled over the heads of network television executives (or “The Brass” as I like to call them) since Michael told GOB to get rid of the “Seaward,” and his mother, Lucille, snapped “I’ll leave when I’m good and ready.”
(R.I.P. “Arrested Development”… Much love…)
Courtesy of TVismyIV and Hulu.
Two seasons in and “30 Rock” has had more than its share of quotes and one-liners. One of my favorites came in the form of Judah Friedlander’s Frank explaining “The Uncanny Valley” to Tracy Morgan’s Tracy Jordan in “Star Wars.” Basically, the theory states that as an artificial lifeform approaches a more lifelike appearance, the creepier it will get.
The industrial robot would be R2-D2 and C-3PO would be the humanoid robot (“They’re nice,” Tracy sighs). Han Solo is the healthy person (“He acts like he doesn’t care, but he does,” Tracy laments). In the valley, you’d find Clone Troopers and Tom Hanks in “The Polar Express,” to which Tracy freaks out.
As Tracy would sing – “Spooky, scary…” (check it out at http://www.collegehumor.com/video:1782806 )