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The Comedian's-eye View of Monday, 4/13/98

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Subject: The Comedian's-eye View of Monday, 4/13/98

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Excerpted-from: Friday, 4/13/98- ShopTalk

                         Monday April 13, 1998

  "The cast of Seinfeld has taped its final episode.  But despite efforts
   to keep it secret, Linda Tripp taped the show and turned it over to
   Kenneth Starr."
				-Premiere Radio


Jacko Not So Wacko: It's been a bad week for singers.  Tommy Lee is going
to jail.  George Michael, arrested for his little thing there.  Who'd ever
think that the rock star with the most normal sex life is, like, Michael
Jackson.  (Jay Leno)

No More New Tattoos: Sonny Bono's widow, Mary, has won the election to fill
her husband's congressional seat.  She vowed to fight for less spending,
lower taxes and fewer tattoos on Cher.  (The Daily Scoop)

Don't Cut the Cake: Villagers are flocking to a town in eastern Mexico to
see a picture of the Virgin Mary that appeared on a cake.  No word yet on
whether the pope will declare it an Immaculate Confection.  (Axel W. Kyster)

Now, That Would Be Quite a Catch: Lotto fever gripped Californians this
week.  Rumor has it that Dodger catcher Mike Piazza won the $102-million
jackpot but turned it down.  He's holding out for $115 million.  (Perisho)

Take a Right: Rush Limbaugh was inducted into the National Assn. of
Broadcasters Hall of Fame.  He attended the ceremonies for his installation
and to dedicate the halls' new right wing.  (Gary Easley)

Not Off the Cuff: Jerry Springer's producers want to cut down on the show's
fistfights.  So they've decided when guests arrive, they'll just leave their
handcuffs on.  (Dennis Blair)

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