Skip to comments.Video Clip: Actor Danny DeVito Drunk on "The View": His Bush Rant Has to be Censored
Posted on 11/29/2006 12:08:57 PM PST by LibWhacker
According to the website VidClick, actor Danny DeVito made an appearance Wednesday on the ABC gab-gest "The View" to promote his new movie "Deck the Halls." Almost immediately it was obvious he had been drinking and comediane Joy Behar said he had been throwing back the booze the entire night before with none other than George Clooney. At one point he says, "'I knew it was the last seven limoncellos that was going to get me." How often have that happened to you?
If you watch the clip, DeVito does okay until he launches into a tirade about President Bush and he had to be bleeped several times. Watch the clip for yourself below . . . at least before ABC and a very unhappy Barbara Walters have YouTube pull it. Rosie O'Donnell tries--and fails--to help at the end of the interview by pretending to hold Danny back.
DeVito is short,fat,ugly and now we can add, stupid.
Loathsome. Not one more dime for any of his movies.
"DeVito is short,fat,ugly and now we can add, stupid."
And off of my list, Christmas or otherwise, forever.
He was so drunk he was boasting about drinking sugary girly drinks on live television.
Not even enough self-respect to be drunk on whisky like a man.
He's pretty pathetic. Totally wasted.
Disgusting and what an ugly reminder of Clinton and the treatment of the White House and the Lincoln bedroom. A bad nightmare.
He's fattened up as well...
Aw hell, I though it was funny. I don't care what the little garden gnome's political thoughts are. Drunk people on TV are always funny. I miss real live TV, without the delay...
I wonder how much it cost him to sleep in the Lincoln Bedroom? We know he and Rhea didn't get to "utilize" the room for free.
I had planned to see Deck the Halls, but now not going to do it. The little wimp.
The studio has been very helpful with its trailers in letting people know that they have a profoundly stupid and unwatchable movie on their hands.
I agree. I fondly remember the occasional nights when Johnny Carson would have a guest who had imbibed one too many in the green room.
That was definitely one of the thoughts that came to mind!
Robert Blake, for one.
And Shelley Winters, every time.
We still have sports. That Joe Namath interview (last year?) when he told a female reporter that he wanted to kiss her was hilarious.
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