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.
I remember once when David Frost was on and Winters (from the couch) kept drunkenly interrupting him. He finally said, "She's everyone's first wife."
Jonathan Winters, too.
HAHAHA! What kind of a man would brag about drinking like a fairy? LOL!
My husband and I had also decided to go and see his movie until he blasted the President.
We will go see the Nativity Story instead.
These fools will never get that we don't want to hear their political rants!
I'll continue to watch the pirated copy of "Twins" I have.
A shining example of a Clinton supporter.
His latest film is cratering at the box office.
I am so sick of these so called Americans undermining the security of this country. Make no mistake, that is exactly what they are doing.
Nowadays I'm almost excessively leery of saying I like any actor, or any kind of performer whatever; they all seem to turn out ultimately to be big a**holes.
Let`s see him get bashed in the MSM as much as Gibson, NOT!
Typical Hollywood a-hole. Overpaid and wasted.
It's been that way for a while.
What a pathetic turd. Even more pathetic are the applauding turdlets in the audience.
Makes you wonder "Whose paying for these things?" (the movies) What bank is going to loan money again and again and again to a company that makes a product that, 99 time out of 100, drives away its customers and loses a pile of dough?
All I can image is someone(s) with a PILE of money. Someone(s) who has so much money that money -- and the loss of a few 100 million -- means nothing. Someone(s) like....
IMHO it would be mighty interesting to "Follow the money".
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