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Since: 1.3.02
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#1 Posted on
I'm watching Vince Vaughn as tonight's guest host of Letterman.

I'm not a fan of most of his non-Favreau films, but this guy NEEDS his own show. He's great with the guests, can work the crowd, and is the most comfortable looking host I've seen on their first night.

If Dave picks a regular sub host, Vaughn needs to be the guy.





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#2 Posted on
I loved Vaughn in Swingers. I think it's a no brainer that Trent was one of the best characters ever created. Then he just kind of faded away. Psycho, Made, etc just didn't work. He was by far my favorite part of Old School, however, and is right back in my good graces. I'd love to see him get a Comedy Central show, but I love seeing him on screen more.
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#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.20

    Originally posted by timdrake
    I loved Vaughn in Swingers. I think it's a no brainer that Trent was one of the best characters ever created. Then he just kind of faded away. Psycho, Made, etc just didn't work. He was by far my favorite part of Old School, however, and is right back in my good graces. I'd love to see him get a Comedy Central show, but I love seeing him on screen more.


I'm totally with you on the Old School opinion. He was actually the best character in the film.



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I don't usually stay up to watch because I have to get up early in the morning, but I watched last night. I was watching just to see if he was bad or not and was really suprised. He did a great job.



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#5 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.95
He was pretty damn funny last night. What happened to Dave again?



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#6 Posted on

    Originally posted by DJ FrostyFreeze
    He was pretty damn funny last night. What happened to Dave again?


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I happened to be up and saw this as well. Initially, I was under the impression that Dave was back and just happened to turn over and see Double Down Trent yukking it up instead.

It was certainly interesting. You could see that he was a little out of sorts at times, and then he would just be ON. Of course, Rosie Perez giving him tons to work with didn't hurt.

It was also weird to see him slouch in the chair so much, but maybe because (much like myself) he's a tall drink of H20, and most of his guests were midgets.

I'll be interested to see if Dave's back tonight, or if there's another guest host.



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Vince Vaungh is so money. Truely one of the few actors that expell pure confidence. I don't know how he would do as a talk host as I am livid I missed him on Letterman.

Does anybody else remember when he used to get in arguements with Dennis Miller on Dennis Miller Live?



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#9 Posted on

    Originally posted by DrewDewce
    I happened to be up and saw this as well. Initially, I was under the impression that Dave was back and just happened to turn over and see Double Down Trent yukking it up instead.

    It was certainly interesting. You could see that he was a little out of sorts at times, and then he would just be ON. Of course, Rosie Perez giving him tons to work with didn't hurt.

    It was also weird to see him slouch in the chair so much, but maybe because (much like myself) he's a tall drink of H20, and most of his guests were midgets.

    I'll be interested to see if Dave's back tonight, or if there's another guest host.



Guest hosts the rest of the week. The only one I remember is Megan Mullally on Friday.





I have a special friend. He's the baby Jesus and I love him and...and...he don't give me no s**t and he don't f**k around and he's just the f**king coolest guy and I wanna say I love the baby Jesus.I can't say enough.I love the baby Jesus and I think...he's the best thing and he's really great when he shares his love for everbody.You know what I mean?I can't even see a manger without thinkin' about him,eh?I just love the Jesus.I've only been into him for a couple of hours though,but I'm really into him.
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#10 Posted on | Instant Rating: 0.00
Will Ferrell is guest hosting Thursday night.

I'm setting my vcr to record this one. The potential comedic gold is endless.
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I taped the Vince Vaughan show because a friend of mine and I are big fans of his and we were both missing it, and because I love Paul Simon, so I sat down to watch it yesterday afternoon, and I absolutely loved it--the guy is just a natural, and the way he interacted with the guests was too much fun.

But, as much as I loved that, I have to say when I turned on Letterman last night and saw the man, the myth, the legend known as Elvis Costello walk through the curtain, my head nearly exploded. He wasn't as natural as Vaughan, but damn was he funny. And, it was an absolute trip. The difference between him singing and just being "himself" is amazing, and "Peac, Love and Understanding" worked on too many levels, and of course, after singing that, I went nuts personally (because it was SOOOO Costello) when he said "We'll be right back after these Capitalist messages!"

Brilliant.



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#12 Posted on
I saw Will Ferrell hosting Letterman last night and enjoyed it a lot.

Best part was his Kenny Rogers imitation, although I would've preferred a Neil Diamond imitation. Nevertheless, good show.



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#13 Posted on
The guest hosts this week have been fantastic. Vaughn, Costello, and Ferrell made for some great TV. I thought VV was hilarious, although Rosie Perez's stories helped. But he was still a natural. And Ferrell asking how much his guests weighed was really funny. They beat the crap out of the hosts last week.



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Ooooof. Poor guy. I'm wondering if that was his first live show... although when I did the news at college (sports, actually, like damn near half the class) we had almost nothing for highlights.
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