Friday, November 17, 2006

Anderson Cooper, Comic Relief and Katrina...

"Tonight's break was sponsored by Anderson Cooper. CNN. Watch out O'Reilly, Anderson is much macho. – Robin Williams on "Anderson Cooper 360"

Looks like Anderson isn't live for tonight's show, but the next best thing is hearing that man laugh, so one hour of the show tonight is "It Helps to Laugh" an exclusive "360" interview with Robin, Whoopi and Billy – should prove to be a very funny hour.

Where there is laughter...there is hope.

Comic Relief is celebrating their 20th anniversary this year. Founded originally as a benefit to help the hungry and the homeless, this year's fundraiser will benefit the families and victims of Hurricane Katrina. It will be aired on both HBO and TBS, live from Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas, Saturday evening beginning at 9pm (EST). To donate online click here.

Screencap courtesy of Stillife.

1 comentarios:

marie said...

A whole hour of laughing on 360? :)

Unfortunately, I'll have to record that since I will be at a Symphony concert tonight. :(

Thanks for the notice, Jade!


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