We watched NFL "superagent" Drew Rosenhaus on "Late Show With David Letterman" last evening. We have to say: It's the first time we've ever seen a guest on that show being booed. Lustily booed. And Letterman wasn't afraid to keep grilling him either.
Letterman: "Are you old enough to remember the days when pro baseball players and pro football players finished their season, and then in the off-season they had jobs selling insurance? What's wrong with that?"
Letterman: "The balloon's getting bigger and bigger; when's it going to end? When is it going to be too much?" (applause).
Then Letterman asked him about saving that kid's life at the hotel pool:
Rosenhaus: "I go down to the pool. I hear frantic screaming, people crying for help. I see a little boy, drowning. I've been a lifeguard. I was able to give him CPR and save his life. See I'm not the bad guy people make me out to be. He's doing real well now. (To camera, says kid's name) How's it going little buddy?"
Letterman: "Did you get your three percent from the kid?" (Laughter, applause).