Allison, who's mother is Columbian and comes from my hometown of Union City, has performed on Broadway in "Bye Bye Birdie" and "Mamma Mia". We talked about her roots as well as the movie when she came on Wednesday night.
Dennis and Judi were discussing Toya Graham, the mother who became an overnight sensation, after video surfaced of her beating her son in public for participating in the Baltimore riots. As Dennis and Judi were discussing Graham, it got them to start discussing a video that a well-known comedian created not too long ago that defintely applies right now.
Anytime you see the headline with the name “Chris Rock” – you’re either ready for some kind of offensive joke – or you’ll laugh.
Today was no exception.
While discussing the release of his new movie “Top Five;” Rock made reference to how good the Today Show is doing up against “Good Morning America...
SNL has this schizophrenic quality to it. The show can either be very funny at times – or a total letdown. And when it's good - or in some cases, crass - it's what everybody talks about the next day or so.
I don’t’ know if anyone made it through the Christie/Kaci Hickox bit but the stint that seems to have grabbed the most attention was guest host Chris Rock’s opening monologue about the Boston Ma