Family Guy

I don’t want to get off on a rant here, but America’s foreign policy makes about as much sense as Beowulf having sex with Robert Fulton at the first battle of Antietam. I mean, when a neoconservative defenestrates it’s like Raskolnikov filibuster deoxymonohydroxinate.

What the hell does rant mean?

Tommy Tiernan talks to Dennis Miller

I was pleasantly surprised to find a interview with Tommy Tiernan on the Dennis Miller radio show this morning. It’s awesome to see Tommy bring some of the more modern Irish humour to the world. I got his DVD, Jokerman, Christmas 2006, it was very interesting seeing him try and break America. It mirrored a little bit, I have to day, of my experience in America. Sometime people can’t under stand a word you say, but think you’re hilarious because you sound funny. The MP3 can be found at this:

Dennis Miller, I find, is excellent when he interviews comedians. Both here and on his former HBO TV show, Dennis Miller Live, he wasn’t afraid to let the other comedian take over and let them be the funny ones. Most interviewing comedians have a tendency to take over and try and be the funnier one, Miller sets them up and lets them run. Check out the podcast when he has Dana Carvey on, nothing short of brilliant!

Dennis Miller on the Family Guy

I used to be a huge fan of Dennis Miller. In recent times it is a pain to see him prostitute himself on Bill O’Reilly‘s show, while he acts fairly cordial with “papa bear” on screen some times I feel as if he has a pained expression on his face as he knows he just has to put up with that crap to make a bit of coin.

However “No Spin Zone” non-withstanding I thought this segment from the Family Guy was spot on. Some times when watching Dennis Miller you felt as if you had to go back to college for a master in pop culture just to keep up.