For the first time in my life I watched a full Oprah episode. Dave seemed cool but and at least a lil bit more relaxed, but for me he still didn't answered stone cold why he left. Oprah picked up on this and asked him basically 4 or 5 times to tell her why he left. The closest to an answer was that "they" were running the program and getting his money. It was very sketchy to say the least.
He did say if Comedy Central restructured his contract for a)more power and better enviorment for him and the program and b) half dvd sales to be given to charity, he will come back and finish the season. The one thing that shocked me the most is the Neil (long time friend and writer with him) never called him throughout this time.
I don't know..it wasn't what i expected, he's still paranoid about the whole ordeal and I think something beyond his control is what really is bothering him the most but he can't tell about it.
Puerto Rico...fighting for 3rd place on the World Baseball Classic!
You wanted the best, you got... Out of Context Quote of the Week.
"Because personally if I was being choked by Ric Flair, my personal reaction would be well, "Glrrrrkkk, can't breathe" but after that... "Man, I'm being choked out by Ric Flair, this is so cool." and then some more "Gllllrrrrk, can't breathe."" (Llakor)
Originally posted by SKLOKAZOIDNotice that they didn't address how Oprah talked to him through his TV set and tell him to stop making the show.
They got to him! They did!
So I guess "rainbow party" is her code phrase for "MARRY ME!", huh?
So "The Colbert Report" is up for only 3 nominations: * Outstanding Directing For A Variety, Music Or Comedy Series (the episodes in Iraq) * Outstanding Writing For A Variety, Music Or Comedy Series (also the Iraq ones)