Sorry but rules are rules.
yea, ie - they aren’t really doing what “jobs” are supposed to do.
Fallon has the feel of a Reagan Era comic. He is pure 1980's cheese, and curse that hideous cackling laugh of his!
Jay Leno’s multi year reign as late night ratings leader would disagree with a “quality, non-hack” argument.
I legitimately can’t remember the last time anything on Fallon’s show made a headline. If you told me the Tonight Show ended a year ago I would believe you.
A lot of people are attributing this to Trump-era political focus, but I think another important factor is that Fallon is a hack comedian and sycophantic interviewer, whereas Colbert is actually good at his job. That might also be part of it.
Hardly perfect, but I’m thrilled that you thought so. Thanks.
Thanks for letting me know, man. Thank you.
The feeling is mutual, Dan. You’re one of my favorites.
Every single word of this; so fucking good.
On Saturday, March 3, at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, Deontay Wilder, one of the worst heavyweight champions in boxing history, will successfully defend his WBC title by first-, second-, or third-round knockout of Cuba’s Luis Ortiz, the best and most dangerous heavyweight fighter today. The win will set up a…
American sprinting star Justin Gatlin has five Olympic medals (including one gold), the fifth-fastest 100-meter time ever, the honor of beating Usain Bolt in his farewell race, and yet he’s still far more famous for his various doping bans than what he’s achieved on the track. Gatlin has been embroiled in a pair of…
This is mostly accurate except he would have whupped JuanMa at any age.
Oh HamNo, HamNo, HamNo. Look how old we are. It seems like yesterday we were preemptively betting the Gamboa-JuanMa fight and now the only question is which ended up being a bigger disappointment.
In January of 2010, Yuriorkis Gamboa blew my mind. I saw him fight live for the first time at the Theater at Madison Square Garden, the small lower arena whose ceiling is crisscrossed with strings of lights like a fishing net. He was matched against Rogers Mtagwa, a Tanzanian with a rugged reputation. Gamboa, “El…
Aww, dude. I love you, but not this crap. It's a good piece about an obviously newsworthy subject. Shining a spotlight on idiots like this might give them a moment of attention, but mostly it increases awareness about them and makes them less able to keep it up. And, besides, it's a great piece.
Tommy used to work the play clock/