If you don't know what's going on in the late night comedy/political crossover battle, here's a quick recap.
Abbi posted a comment yesterday: "Letterman was right the first time when he apologized with humor. Unfunny apologies are for funerals."
My spin? He's a comedian. He made a joke. Let's all get over it.
Here's a few replacement monologue jokes about the governor's family trip to Yankee Stadium:
One awkward moment for Sarah Palin, in the seventh inning her daughter was shot up with steroids by Alex Rodriguez.
One awkward moment for Sarah Palin at the Yankee game, after being given an Alex Rodriguez her daughter had a choking fit because she mistakenly thought it was October.
One awkward moment for Sarah Palin, because her daughter is such a huge A-Rod fan, Willow left her wife and kids for Madonna.
How about this, how about we treat women with more respect in general?
That being said, other things I noticed from the Late Show's first guest (who happened to be a woman) last night:
Michelle Pfeiffer looks amazing for 90 years old! What's that, she's 50? Oh, yeah still pretty good.
I'm having trouble falling asleep, Michelle would you mind telling us another story?
Michelle says, "I'm not joking." I say, "I don't think you're capable of joking, that implies entertainment."
Here's a great example of a story that had potential to be really interesting, yet somehow is made painfully mundane.
"She's going to tell a Scarface story about fighting for the part, getting fired, getting rehired, then slicing Al Pacino up with glass and spraying blood everywhere?! SNOOZE-FEST!"
Tomorrow: Is there a difference between the likes of Olberman or Limbaugh versus Bill Maher or Dennis Miller? Leave a comment now, and I'll address it in tomorrow's post.