Bill Mendez, a long-time cue card guy on The Late Show with David Letterman, lost his job recently.
According to the reports, he got into an argument with one of the show's writers over the cue cards. The fight allegedly ended with Mendez grabbing the writer by the front of his shirt and pinning him to a nearby wll.
So that's it - the cue card man has been fired.
If you've got cue card experience and don't mind a short-term position, be sure to send in your application.
Letterman is retiring in April.
Maybe it would be better to apply with Stephen Colbert...
Actor Paul Rudd is a big fan of the Kansas City Royals. He spent the latter part of his childhood in Kansas, even studying at the University of Kansas.
So the other night, when the Royals won the American League Championship Series and earned their way into the World Series - on the strength of eigh consecutive playoff wins, no less! - Paul was there.
A local reporter caught up with him afterwards, and for whatever reason, the reporter let Paul ramble on about his activities as a fan this season.
And then, Paul invited the world to party at his mom's house.
Why not? I mean, he's a movie star, he can afford a few kegs, right?
Imagine what he's going to have to do if the Royals win the World Series...