On The Late Show with David Letterman tonight, there's an unusual happening. Jerry Seinfeld is the guest, but apparently Michael Richards (Kramer on the series) went into a rage at a heckler in a comedy club and hurled racial epithets and all. Yikes. He's going to appear via satellite to apologize. I've seen bits and pieces of it on the evening news, but Letterman has the whole thing.
In other TV Newsy Bits:
- I found a Singapore online newspaper article interviewing Mary and David Conley (The Amazing Race). The questions were mostly about Kentucky's relationship with the Cho Brothers. It's an interesting read.
- Heh, both the O.J. Simpson book and FOX network special have been canceled, as they should be. However, I'm still left with the nagging question regarding ethics in this situation. No, not O.J.'s ethics. It's not like he himself has anything to lose at this point. But what was going through the minds of the people who approved the project? Dollar signs, for sure. They should have thought about the reaction of the world. Sheesh.