Not sure this is going to work.
There's trouble on the set of 'Parker/Spitzer.'
Rick Perry thinks private-sector acquisitions would have absorbed job loss if the government allowed GM to go under.
Paul to Spitzer: "Your personal agenda is getting in the way of you being a very effective broadcaster."
Eliot Spitzer tries to box the Texas governor in on Social Security reform.
Plus, the Washington 'Post''s Eugene Robinson and Keith Olbermann see gridlock as a political "wet dream" for Barack Obama.
They don't want to be associated with philandering politicians.
The More You Know.
Sanchez talks about the chip on his shoulder.
We learned this from reading Keith Olbermann's Twitter.
That was at least a little fun.
"Did you think you were going to get caught?"
Spitzer had called him the "dirtiest, nastiest political player out there."
... "Parker Spitzer."
And other bizarre, high-profile interactions.
Plus: Matthew Morrison and friends at Abe & Arthur's, late-late-night drinks and dining for Jason Segel, and more, in our weekly roundup of star-studded meals out.