Meet the Press will never be the same. But a show based on asking John McCain and Lindsay Graham what the President should do is not going to be improved simply by having a different person ask those questions. Gregory was awful, and I don't hate Chuck Todd. But I hate all those political talk shows, no matter who's…
Samantha Bee or Wyatt Cenac or Aasif Mandvi would've been good, too.
(fwiw, Tom Sherwood is a long-time local reporter on the DC govt beat, and i guess he's contributed to a script HBO wants to produce into a biopic on Barry's life, and j.f. dulac is a very good long-time writer for the Wash Post. I guess maybe Spike Lee is going to direct this biopic? does it really matter?)
Tonight's plot includes Zach making Gawker's main page for - wait for it - holding a bong.
The guy on the far left seems to think they did...
Looks like Letterman is retiring next year. Makes sense, and makes the Fallon-in-NYC decision look even smarter if CBS is going to have to figure out how/where to replace Dave.
The director of 'The Triplets of Belleville' beautifully (and a little cruelly) re-imagines the opening sequence of The Simpsons:
Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey are way better than I would've expected, it's nice to see Michelle Monaghan in a smart, serious role, and the last sixty seconds of episode 3 are just bone-chilling.
From deadline.com: EXCLUSIVE: Three years after she graduated from the University of Virginia, Sasheer Zamata is landing a very big break — the young comedy performer has been selected to join Saturday Night Live as a new cast member. Zamata will make her debut on the venerable NBC late-night sketch comedy series on…