Dedicated to Johnny Carson

What do these people have in common? ? ? ? ?

Chris Albrect, Carrot Top, Todd Glass,
Jason Alexander, Billy Connolly, Judy Gold,
Hank Azaria, Pat Cooper, Whoopi Goldberg,
Shelley Berman, Wayne Cotter, Eddie Gordetsky,
Billy the Mime, Andy Dick, Dana Gould,
Lewis Black,David Brenner, Frank DiGiacomo,
Alan Harvey, Mario Cantone, Phyllis Diller, Eric Idle,
Drew Carey, Susie Essman, Dom Irrera,
George Carlin, Carrie Fisher, Eddie Izzard,
Mark Cohen, Joe Franklin, Jake Johannsen,
Amazing Johnathan, Alan Kirschenbaum,
Jay Kogen, Sue Kolinsky, Paul Krasser,
Cathy Ladmar, Lisa Lampanelli, Richard Lewis, Wendy Leibman,
Bill Maher, Howie Mandel, Merrill Markoe, Jay Marshall,
Jackie "The Jokeman" Matling, Chuck McCann, Michael McKean,
Eric Mead, Larry Miller, Martin Mull, Kevin Nealon, Taylor Nagron,
"The Onion" Editorial Staff, Otto & George, Rick Overten, Gary Owens,
The Passing Zone, Penn & Teller, Peter Pitofsky, Emo Phillips, Kevin Pollack,
Paul, Reiser, Andy Richter, Don Rickles, Chris Rock, Gregg, Royell,
Jeffrey Ross, Jon Ross, Rita Rudner, Bog Saget, T. Shean Shannon, Harry Shearer,
Sarah Silverman, Bobby Slayton, Tommy and Dick Smothers, Doug Stanhope,
Carrie Snow, David Steinberg, Jon Stewart, Larry Storch, Rip Taylor, Dave Thomas,
Johnny Thompson, Peter Tilden, Bruce Vilanch, Fred Willard, Robin Williams,
Steven Wright AND Tim Conway.

Hint: Consider this the next in my line of movie rental reviews.


Outside the Box said...


Pretty good film. After a half an hour I started to wonder how they were going to drag out the joke for another hour, but they did it. (The mime was my favorite.)

A couple of other recommendations besides This Divided State are What the (Bleep) Do We Know?, Bill Maher's Victory Begins at Home, The Fog of War (but I'll be surprised if you haven't see it already), and The Last Supper (the ending makes it worth it).

Sherril said...

YAY Robert...you win the cupey doll. I will put the Divided State on my To See list. I saw What the Bleep.... and I have seen Bill Maher in person (comedy concert), so I have a feeling I've heard much of what is in the movie. I purchased The Fog of War (but have not as yet viewed it.) As for The Last Supper...don't I already know what happens at the end??

Outside the Box said...

The Last Supper isn't what is sounds like it would be. It's about a group of college liberals who invite people (with opposing views) over for dinner each Sunday night. It's a bit over the top, but I think it's worth seeing.

Anonymous said...

I've been wanting to see that movie for a long time, but I haven't had the chance- so darn busy- but it sounds great.

Sherril said...

To tell you the truth, you won't be missing a whole hell-of-a-lot if you don't see it. I had heard about it and having all these selections via the Blockbuster Online club, I ordered it. It is funny at times, but the scatalogical stuff does tend to get Disgusting (and I mean DISGUSTING) and a bit dreary at times, and there's a lot of it, I mean a real lot! It is an anything goes joke and NOTHING is taboo....but it gets it's point across and I did laugh several times.