David Letterman dedicated a Top 10 list to the man arrested for vandalizing the New York theater where Letterman’s “Late Show” tapes.
A 22-year-old aspiring actor was arrested during the weekend for breaking glass and urinating in the Ed Sullivan Theater.
Letterman read his Top 10 list of “Excuses of the Guy Who Broke into the Ed Sullivan Theater” Monday night.
It went as follows —
10. “When did Stupid Human Tricks become illegal?”
9. “It was on my list of places to ransack before I die.”
8. “Thought the place was abandoned.”
7. “Wanted to meet Ed Sullivan.”
6. “Didn’t feel like walking 14 blocks to vandalize Regis [Philbin's] studio.”
5. “Doing my best to boost the struggling glass repair industry.”
4. “Had an allergic reaction to Four Loko.”
3. “Always dreamed of being the subject of a lame Top 10 List.”
MasterChef Australia series three Top 10 contestant Peter Vickery.
IT HAS been a dramatic week for MasterChef’s latest evictee Peter Vickery.
The 50-year-old Sydney native found himself in the losing team less than 24 hours after fellow contestant Mat Beyer’s dramatic exit from the competition and Billy Law’s unexpected return.
“It was a very dramatic time in the house. None of us knew it was coming,” said Vickery.
“They did a search. We’d been told this would be a regular thing because a number of things you can’t have in the house. It looks dramatic on TV because it was bloody dramatic. Mat left so quickly. We got to give him a hug and say goodbye. It was a big shock and then Billy walks in. None of us were
A news release from promoter Jam Productions says illness forced the cancellation of Perry’s shows in Chicago Friday and Minneapolis Saturday. The release says Perry suffered food poisoning resulting in severe dehydrations.
Jam Productions has rescheduled the shows to August 21 in Chicago and August 23 in St. Paul, in the same venues. All tickets purchased will be honored. Refunds will be available at the original point of purchase.
The search for a Hulu buyer continues, with reports emerging that the company is making pitches to a wide range of media and technology companies. While much of the press so far has focused on the big technology companies Google, Microsoft, Yahoo and the like little attention has been paid to the other potential buyers. Verizon, in particular, seems like a good match for the company, as it has shown a willingness to invest in online video, but not at the expense of its traditional FiOS TV business.
Business interests are aligned
Google and others in the tech world are all about innovation and disruption, but thats not necessarily what ABC, NBC and Fox want from a buyer. With Verizon, theyd be getting a partner theyre already doing business with.
Suchet, 64, is to play successful lawyer Mr Jaggers in a BBC1 adaptation of the celebrated 1861 novel.
He will follow in the footsteps of fellow actors Anthony Quayle, Ian McDiarmid and Ray McAnally, who have each taken on the role in previous screen versions of the book.
Suchet joins a cast which includes Ray Winstone and Gillian Anderson, the latter of whom received high praise for her performance in another BBC adaptation of Dickens, Bleak House, which aired in 2005.
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Anderson will star as Miss Havisham in the production, while Winstone will play Abel Magwitch.