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Robin Williams Meets The Chicken Dude

The Cardinals and Red Sox took Monday to travel, and because I didn’t find the Broncos getting walloped by the Bengals on Monday Night Football to be all that interesting, I’m not going to write about sports this morning. But who was the ratings genius who scheduled The Fighting Rudis to be on primetime television anyway? Something tells me John Madden had one too many turkey legs/candy bars/Steve Lyons cliches to eat before the scheduling process began.

As is par for the course for me, I found time last night to see who Jay Leno had as guests on The Tonight Show. When I changed the channel to good ol’ KY3, I saw Robin Williams sitting on what I like to call the "My Interview is Over" couch, right next to the "My Interview is Now" chair, which was being filled by some old dude whose main hobby is making chicken noises. However, one definitely wouldn’t know that Williams wasn’t still talking directly to Leno about a movie or DVD release, because he kept on keepin’ on with his usual insanity. You know, things like playing off The Chicken Man’s talents by pretending to hunt a crow with an invisible twelve-gauge. Part of me found that to be inconsiderate, but any man whose claim to fame is crowing and cock-a-doodle-dooing (although he also does a mean Mister Ed impersonation) needs to be happy about three things and ignore any inconsideracies: (That isn’t a word. Yet.)

1) That he’s on the Tonight Show
2) That he probably shouldn’t be
3) That he’s sitting next to Robin Williams, Comic Genius


Whether the man felt he’d been slighted by Williams I don’t know – and I’m fairly certain he didn’t – but if he did, he’s in the wrong. All I know is that the standards for being a guest on late night TV have been lowered to unbelievable depths. I think next week, Subway guy "I'm Still Really Obese" Jared should be on Letterman. Book it.
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