Four 10-milligram Vicodin tablets, crushed up and snorted, and a couple of whiskeys, to be exact. This information comes to us from Xojane.com, and it gives us a bit more clarity on what exactly was going through Artie's mind when he went on Joe Buck Live and asked Joe Buck if his second favorite website was…
Fox's Joe Buck seems convinced "Joe Buck Live" will be canceled, but HBO still hasn't made it official. HBO reps went the "no comment" route when we asked about the show's status. Joe Buck sent us these parting thoughts:
Joe Buck's Cavalcade of Sporting Chit-Chat and Penis Whimsy returns for its third edition next week, and this time he's actually booked a few black people.
Next week brings the joyous return of Joe Buck's Cavalcade of Sporting Chit-Chat and Penis Whimsy, now with what promises to be a marked emphasis on the former over the latter, unless Joe Namath is off the wagon again.
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Well this was kind of expected. According to one source at HBO, the program has decided to do away with the comedy aspect of the show and go back to a more traditional Costas-like format.
The 7 minute online segment was originally supposed to be 15 minutes. Oof: "Ross Greenburg decided to cut it short. Let's be honest, it wasn't our best TV. It was a regrettable interview." [Philly Inquirer/The Mexican]
In the vast post-mortem of "Joe Buck Live," there's been an uptick of interest in Buck's previous comedy-interview effort — those slightly encouraging Bud TV interview specials from 2007.
Last night, on The Laugh Hour with Joe Buck: Artie Lange firebombing the set, Brett Favre cursing, Ochocinco and Michael Irvin, and "Amy Sedaris' brother" in a Braylon Edwards moment. The media dissects Joe Buck:
Ignore all the pretend handwringing today. Artie Lange gave last night's Joe Buck Dry Humor And Sporting Chit-Chat Extravaganza exactly what it wanted. Something that could be manufactured into a controversy, and something about which Joe Buck could be virtuous.
You guys getting pumped for HBO's Joe Buck Dry Humor And Sporting Chit-Chat Hour? No? How about if I told you the topic of the first show? "Celebrities in Sports — Fans blur the line between celebrities and atheletes." Sic!
It seems that the network fancies their new host as a bit of court jester and now that he's finally made it to pay cable, Joe "Dice" Buck is ready to bust loose. The network has hired Peter Mehlman (former executive producer for Seinfeld) and Jon Glaser (former writer for Conan O'Brien) to write and produce comedy…