Look what ol' Sandy dragged in.
I don't know that it's the most compelling argument in favor of the writers' strike I've ever seen, but I'll give the creators of the cute animals on strike video, apparently Colbert Report writers, all the credit in the world for the sheer amusement of the dog not riding the skateboard.
In today's TWoP news, the glass is half-full of renewals, good ratings, and Laurence Fishburne.
Comedy rules today's TV headlines, which I think is great, because I can really use a break after last night's Lost. Hopefully next week, Jin and Sun will finally reunite and we can watch Claire breastfeed her demon baby-thing.
Colbert's at his finest in this clip. He's all up in arms because kids are eating healthier foods instead of snacking on cookies. Fruit that isn't in loop or pebble form? That's positively un-American (his words, but I completely agree... just don't let my nutritionist find out.) Anyway, he blames this trend squarely on the shoulders of one Mr. Cookie Monster. And that is exactly where this belongs. Ever since the muppet started in with the "cookies are a sometimes food" shtick, kids are following his example, and maybe some adults too. Not Colbert though, he gets in an intense debate with the googly-eyed creature who ends up revealing way too much about his "Robert Downey Jr." like addictions to the delicious treats. This clip may be NSFW just because you'll be cracking up so much. It's a good thing my office mate is home sick today.