Day: May 12, 2011

Trump-free clips! Watch all of the stand-up sets from The Celebrity Apprentice’s comedy show at Gotham

Nobody wants to see more of Donald Trump on television, and yet, there he is, the Golden Combover himself, day after day, shouting about something or other but mostly about himself. So it was with great reluctance last weekend that I found myself watching the first hour of The Celebrity Apprentice, because I heard they were putting the has-been and wannabe famous again famous people through their paces for a stand-up comedy show at Gotham Comedy Club right here in New York City. You didn't get to see too much of the actual comedy on NBC last Sunday. But the network was gracious enough to supply the full footage online, so all of the comedians can get their proper time to shine. Plus, you'll get to see who really made Billie Jean King, Phoebe Cates and Kevin Kline laugh. Unless you have a true conspiracy theory about editing. Let's roll the clips! The big one you did see was NBC's own Jimmy Fallon writing and singing a special song for the occasion with his country voice, called "You're Fired."   Now for all of the rest… Jon Fisch on being bald and beautiful:   Lil Jon described Rachel Feinstein as "the sexy lady with a dirty ass mouth!" Check it:   Kyle Grooms got his Obama impersonation on TV, but here's more about the country and the city (NYC...

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A PSA from Casey Wilson as “future First Lady” Callista Gingrich, aka Newt Gingrich’s mistress wife

You've enjoyed seeing Casey Wilson back on the TV in ABC's upstart midseason sitcom Happy Endings, haven't you? Then you're sure to enjoy this, too. Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich announced his campaign yesterday for the Republican presidential nomination. And here Wilson portrays his third wife, Callista, whom Newt started dating while he was still married to his second wife. He was having his affair with Callista while he tried impeaching President Bill Clinton for having an affair. Classy! Roll the clip....

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Not seen on TV: Albert Brooks tells Jon Stewart about comedy in the 1970s and the power of Johnny Carson

On The Daily Show, Jon Stewart has become fond of getting his guests to sit around for extended interviews after the cameras stop running. Only the cameras keep running for us here on the Internet. Last night, Stewart wanted to ask Albert Brooks about being part of the comedy heyday of the 1970s, and it quickly turned into a discussion about the power of Johnny Carson and The Tonight Show. Gatekeepers are important. Roll the clip!...

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