Posts Tagged ‘Danny DeVito’

Top Questions to Ask Yourself Before Dating Arnold Schwarzenegger

September 19, 2012

Are you also willing to clean his house?

Can you put up with a boyfriend who speaks only in annoying catch phrases?

Do you mind having sex with someone whose organs are shrunken from years of steroid use?

Do you actually believe that Danny DeVito could be his twin brother?

Do you mind if his breasts are bigger than yours?

If you enjoy the date, will you come back for the sequel?

Would you be willing to sit through “Junior”?

Do you care if you have a last name no one can spell?

Do you want Arnold to do to you what he did to California as governor?

Would you please make sure he never, ever runs for office again?

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Watch “Party at George’s” from Top Story! Weekly Episode 150: “Obama Comes Out”

May 15, 2012

We needed another sketch for our show this week, one with a lot of good parts for the ladies, so I threw together this piece about George Clooney’s fundraiser for President Obama that gave the cast a chance to show off their impersonations.

PARTY AT GEORGE’S by Michael Hughes

Starring Kipleigh Brown (Karen Blutcher), Jen Cain (Beth Topinka), Gregg Lopez (George Clooney), Brent Pope (Danny DeVito), Blake Walker (Keith Olbermann), Phillip Wilburn (Al Gore), Tammie Smalls (Wanda Sykes), Deanna Russo (Kristen Stewart), Josh Rachford (Robert Pattinson) and Tillery Johnson (Justin Bieber)

Directed by Michael Hughes

Watch “He Said He Would Be Back” from Top Story! Weekly Episode 84: “Oh, Captain, My Captain!”

January 16, 2011

Arnold Schwarzenegger doesn’t know what to do now that he’s not governor anymore, so Maria Shriver invites an old friend over – Danny DeVito!

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HE SAID HE WOULD BE BACK…by Michael Hughes – from Top Story! Weekly Episode 84: “Oh, Captain, My Captain!”

Starring Phillip Wilburn (Arnold Schwarzenegger), Kipleigh Brown (Maria Shriver) and Brent Pope (Danny DeVito)

Directed by Kristina Adelmeyer


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