On the first-ever HuffPost Comedy podcast, Carol Hartsell and Katla McGlynn sit down with comedian and storyteller Tom Shillue to discuss the latest photo hacking scandal, the origin of Tom’s “Tonight Show” barbershop quartet, the ultimate #TBT photos and why you’ll never hear them talk about social media breaks.
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On September 17, David Letterman was the first comedian to return to the air. His opening monologue has been called ”one of the purest, most honest and important moments in TV history.” Toward the end of his remarks, he gave voice to the utter confusion many Americans felt: “We’re told they were zealots fueled by religious fervor. Religious fervor. And if you live to be a thousand years old, will that make any sense to you? Will that make any goddamn sense?” The full clip of Letterman’s opening remarks can be seen here and the full transcript is here.
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If you need us, we’ll be watching these until the weekend gets here.
"I was talking about having an affair with a married professor and that wasn’t a thing a nice Jewish girl talked about. And I was talking about my mother, desperate to get my sister and me married. I was talking about my gay friend Mr. Phyllis, and you just didn’t talk about that. It sounds so tame and silly now but my act spoke to women who weren’t able to talk about things."
– Joan Rivers in "We Killed: The Rise Of Women In American Comedy"