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Monday, November 29, 2010

DR. Drew and Robin's pitch ....

ROBIN'S PITCH STRIKES HOME Early in the show, Howard commended Robin for topping Gary's 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' pitches--in just one try. Robin said she benefitted, unlike Gary, from a clear mind: "I didn't really have time to think about anything." Howard described the scene of Robin's strike: "She went with high heels and you know--high heels, for Christ's sake--and threw the ball better than anybody." Robin wondered why Gary had such a hard time throwing a ball: "How could Gary not be able to do this? It's so easy. And I don't even know what I'm doing." Howard laughed that Robin had emasculated yet another staffer: "Gary looked like a woman." Robin cut in: "No, I'm a woman. He's less than." Howard asked how 'less than' Gary really was: "Are you great or is Gary just physically retarded?" GARY'S ENDLESS BOOK TOUR Howard complained that Gary's endless 'They Call Me Baba Booey' promotion tour was beginning to backfire, as the media often decontextualizes Gary's appearances and interviews and uses them to speculate about Howard: "I feel overly discussed on all these shows. I'm happy for you. I've told you this. [But] I didn't know your book promotion was going to go on for a year. Enough. It's too much. Listen, Gary: nobody gives a damn." Gary said his book promotion has never interfered with his work ("I never left being a producer.") and hadn't grown any larger than planned: "This was all laid out by the publicist in advance." Howard didn't understand the extended timetable: "I've never seen a book promotion go on so long. The President of the United States [didn't] go on this long. It's enough. We've gotten the word...usually it's done in a two week period...calm down now." STICK TO PRODUCING, BABA BOOEY Howard continued to complain about Gary's interviews: "They don't want to talk about him. Because who cares about him? They get a hold of him and they want to talk about me." Robin thought it made sense: "The most exciting thing about Gary is that he works with you." Howard agreed but didn't want Gary to serve as the show's media representative: "I can control me. I can't control you." Later, after Howard again started taking shots at Gary's book tour, Gary called it off, shouting: "I just said I'll end it!" Howard doubtfully turned to Robin: "He's not ending anything...he's Baba Booey. He loves it." Gary admitted: "Alright. I'm scaling it back." Gary said the tour would be over by next Thursday--Howard mockingly wondered what Gary had left to do: "You were on HDNet. You've done it all." DR. DREW SAYS: DON'T BE A DOCTOR Dr. Drew stopped by to promote the new season of 'Celebrity Rehab' and told the crew about the hardships facing many family practice doctors: "It's the most adulterated of all areas of the profession." Drew said the rising cost of malpractice insurance and attendant stress were a large part of why he left behind a more traditional means of practicing medicine: "It pushed me out a little bit." So when his son said he wanted to be a doctor, Drew leveled with him: "I said, 'Make sure it's something you’ve got to do.'" IS 'CELEBRITY REHAB' AN ABOMINATION? Robin, still burning from her high score on Drew's narcissism test, wondered how Drew made the leap from family practice to TV: "Don't you think 'Celebrity Rehab' is kind of an abomination? It's not real medicine. You're not really helping anybody." Drew argued that he didn't change anything for the cameras: "I do exactly what I do in my regular treatment program with my usual team. We don't do anything different than we always do."
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