Tue Oct 30, 2012, 03:38 AM
Adenoid_Hynkel (13,400 posts)
Sandy Fallout: David Letterman, Jimmy Fallon Tape With No Audiences
If David Letterman and Jimmy Fallon crack wise and no one's around to laugh, are they still funny?
It turns out...yes, very!
With a massive storm approaching and New Yorkers being either evacuated or encouraged to stay in their homes, the Late Show and Late Night taped this afternoon without audiences. (Maybe Letterman and Fallon should have tweeted their monologues, however—thousands of East Coasters had lost power by the time the shows aired and local newscasts were providing constant storm coverage.)
Lindsay Lohan dubs storm "Hurricane Sassy"
"We're in the middle of Hurricane Sandy and we have no studio audience," Letterman kicked off his monologue, before the storm had been reclassified, "but we do have quite a show for you tonight. Thank you for joining us in the Ed Sullivan Shelter."
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