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David Spade makes Jimmy Fallon sad!
July 28th, 2017 under David Spade, Jimmy Fallon. [ Comments: none ]

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David Spade was on The Tonight Show yesterday and Jimmy Fallon went to get his guest before the show. But when the NBC late night host went to get Joe Dirt, the actor acted like he did not who Fallon was. How did Jimmy feel about it? His sad face says it all. Poor Jimmy!


Picture proof Dana Carvey and David Spade are not the same person
September 23rd, 2016 under David Spade, Saturday Night Live. [ Comments: none ]

Maybe it is me, but I confuse those Saturday Night Live stars all the time. Mostly because I don’t watch the show, but then again people Seth Meyers, Andy Samberg and Taran Killam all kind of look alike.
Then there is Dana Carvey and David Spade, who not only look alike they did really bad spinoff movies from the NBC variety show in the ’90a. Therefore, it makes it hard for someone like me to tell them apart and I think they are the same person. Thanks to Chris Rock photographing the two of them together, I can now tell that they are two different people. I think?


This how The Do-Over should’ve been!
July 7th, 2016 under Adam Sandler, David Spade, Netflix. [ Comments: none ]

I am one of those rare people who likes Adam Sandler’s movies. For every like 5 bad ones, there is at least one good one. That is what keeps me watching them.
Well, The Do-Over is one of those bad ones. When Netflix released a trailer called The Do-Over being Done-Over, I had to see what it was all about it. This is how the movie should’ve been.
I skimmed the plotline for the film and thought it was about two friends, who go to their high school reunion and get a do over. I thought that they died, came back and got a second chance. I was greatly mistaken.
The movie was a true horror to watch. And I am not even referring to an 83 year old Renee Taylor going topless at the end of the movie. My eyes are still not recovered.
Anyways, must move on for my eyes. Seeing The Do-Over re-imagined as a horror movie, thinks Netflix screwed up by not insisting it be done that way.
If you find yourself wanting to Netflix & Chill with this flick, then make sure to shut it off when they get to the pool scene at the end. Your eyes will thanks me.


What would David Spade do to get Taylor Swift’s cell phone number?
May 17th, 2016 under Adam Sandler, David Spade, Taylor Lautner, Taylor Swift, Twilight. [ Comments: none ]

Taylor Lautner might be the star of the young people, but he wasn’t doing what they do until today. That’s because everyone’s favorite Werewolf finally decided to join Instagram and he asked some friends to help him out with his first post.
First he went to Adam Sandler, but his dog wouldn’t let him be in it. Then he went to David Spade, but he was reluctant do it. That was until Lautner offered him a number he couldn’t refuse. That number was 10 digits. Not $1 billion, but Taylor Swift’s cell. Wonder how the singer will feel about her ex-boyfriend giving out her number? She’ll probably be OK with it after she finds out who he gave it to! If they hook up, the couple could be known as Swade. How perfect is that name?


David Spade says he was offered Late Night before Conan O’Brien
November 5th, 2015 under David Spade. [ Comments: none ]

It has been over 20 years since Conan O’Brien took over Late Night from David Letterman, and now David Spade claims he was offered the the job first. While sitting down with The Herd with Colin Cowherd, Joe Dirt revealed that Lorne Michaels offered him the hosting job when he was still on Saturday Night Live, but he turned it down. At the time, Spade was still young and wanted to do a sitcom and not get tied down to late night show. He felt, “That might be it for me, I’ll just be a talk show guy.” Even though he said no, he says he was still offered $2 million a year to change his mind. As we know he didn’t.
I guess Spade was right. If you look at all the other talk show hosts of the time, they all spent over 20 years in their seats. Even though he was right, I think I would’ve gotten in to late night earlier had he taken over Late Night. Although, that means we would not have Conan and I think he’s the best late night host on television today. So it’s a toss up for me, what do you think of his reveal.


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