Thursday, November 8, 2007

Unnecessay Censorship...



With the writers' strike, the the late night comedies have gone silent (in terms of new material) in the US. I hope you got a kick out of Jimmy Kimmel's Unnecessary Censorship clip. I am backing the writers in this strike. Their demands sound reasonable.

10 comments:

Shinade said...

Thank you for stopping by. I didn't actually know that. I am truly touched now...it means even that much more.

And I go with you and the writers. As always it's good to drop in. Almost like visiting home.
Peace,
Jackie

MrsGrapevine said...

This is one of my favorite segments, every time I am holding my side trying not to laugh to hard.

mellowed blues said...

This is hilarious. F**k this and c**k that! Especially the Jake Gyllenhaal and George Clooney bit.

More more more.

Titania Starlight said...

I loved this!!!! I am going to share this with my husband. A great way to end the day. Too funny! You post some great f**kin stuff.:o)~

The All Seeing Eye said...

Thanks so much for your kind comments, Shinade.

The All Seeing Eye said...

Thanks Mrs. Grapevine. I try to keep a light side to my blog. And I must say that I often drop by your well-organized blog http://mrsgrapevine.com/.

The All Seeing Eye said...

Mellow Blues, I am to please. Keep you eye out for another clip soon. The writers' strike looks like it will be a long one; so it will probably be a while (months) before new material comes way from the Late Night guys.

The All Seeing Eye said...

Thanks Titania Starlight! I will posting another of Kimmel's clip soon. Ad then we will enter the world of Kimmel's parking attendant... You and your husband will love that.

FrEeMaN said...

Writers need the freedom to create (did the speech writers go on strike too? i heard they're the most imaginative...)...it takes a whole lot of thinking to get everyone tuning..."Are you not entertained?!!!"- Gladiator (me thinks)...

The All Seeing Eye said...

Good point, Freeman! And the writers are just asking for a small (I think so) 2% of the profits from the DVDs and advertising revenue from the internet/iPods.