Great idea, NBC.
Cue the Hot Tub Time Machine jokes.
The network asked for three additional scripts.
"Presented" by Tyler Perry, but written and directed by Tina Gordon Chism.
"It was extremely intimidating. Especially considering my style ... Def Jam was mostly high-energy acts."
Plus: All hail Bruce Willis the Pope, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
A second spin-Office of sorts.
Kevin Spacey stars as a formerly incarcerated infomercial king.
He'd be useless defensively, for one thing.
In the case of the Rockies broadcast of Ubaldo Jimenez's no-hitter last year, not until after it's over.
Another chart from Craig Robinson's new book of baseball infographics.
How often were the Yankees on the back page during the summer of 2009?
Plus: NBC picks up CIA pilot from '24' producer.
Plus Letterman on the new iPhone, on our regular late-night roundup.
"I’m running, I’m hosting 'Last Comic Standing.' Who has time to sit down and watch television? Not to mention all these hos. Nah, just kidding. Should I answer something? That scene was amazing."
Plus the Roots improvise a U2 song, on our regular late-night roundup.
Still, there's no denying it is a KILLER title.