Instead of leaving santa some cookies and milk how about leaving some clips and an ice cold glass of Best Of! Merry Christmas everyone!
Clips Featuring: Jackie Kashian, Steve Schirripa, Mo Mandel
Christmas is the holiday for family, even if your family members are crazy and/or pieces of work. We’ll be back on the 7th, so until then, make an effort, get turned down, then do whatever you want safe in the knowledge that you tried.
It’s the last show before Christmas, and all through the house, nobody’s paying attention. If you listen very closely you can hear one person at a time.
Get your vest-wearing monkey and your organ grinder, because it’s time for Buona Sera with Steve Schirripa. He doesn’t approve of this decision, but we find stereotypes help us cope with the world. After that, regifting – good? It can be, unless you give the gift back to the person who gave it to you. Steve 2 has some holiday etiquette ideas to help avoid this and other foibles and follies.
For some reason it’s time to badmouth Kathryn. This might not have happened if she was here. Just saying. In her place we have Carl, who has some inappropriate humor. Some things never change.
Tis the season to gain a lot of weight. Try to avoid it, but don’t feel too bad if it happens. Remember, it’s about health, not about other peoples’ expectations. Another thing to avoid is telemarketing scams. Robokiller can help with that. As can cutting yourself off from civilization entirely. Either or.
This hour we have Santa Claus on the phone. Apparently he takes breaks, and owns a cell phone. And writes books. Is there anything he doesn’t do?
In stark contrast to the first segment, this time we’ve got wacky tales of David Carradine and a story about a dog. The tales weren’t particularly wacky for Marina at the time, but time heals all wounds and then makes them funny.
It’s early in the work week, and you know what that means. Politics, death, bad movies, and celebrities being awful. Witness in awe as we try to keep things lighthearted.
When you think wrestling, you probably don’t think ladies, and you certainly don’t think gorgeous. That’s about to change. Like actually change, not pillow fights in a wrestling ring change.