Last night, Julie Taymor talked to Stephen Colbert about everything that wasn't what we're REALLY interested in, and not enough about how she's slowly killing off the human race with her Broadway musical.
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Jon Stewart talked about how the President is getting pretty irritated that no matter what he does, reporters are going to continue to insinuate that he's doing the wrong thing because they operate on a 24-hour news cycle and he does not.
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Halle Berry talked to Jay Leno about her upcoming Broadway debut in Mountaintops, a play about what Martin Luther King did in his hotel room after he gave the "I Have a Dream" speech and before he was assassinated. Halle plays a waitress that she describes as a little "off."
which might not be that hard for her to do if she reacts to popcorn this way.
Paul McCartney told Jimmy Fallon about his Grammy nomination and being honored at the Kennedy Center.
And Barbara Walters was on Letterman and told him about who she thinks this year's ten most fascinating people are. David called her out for putting Kate Middleton as a fascinating person, even though Barbara never talked to her which is very cheating.