Skip to content

Television Lite: December 16th – December 20th, 2013

Posing Like A Boss

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Santa is getting the sleigh a tune up and the ho ho ho is on the horizon but the bah humbug is all over your television.  Did you even realize that Johnny Mathis is still alive?  I suppose he sums up Christmas pretty well but Jake Bugg?  Is that kid still around?  Yep. 

This weeks biggest nightmare is the horrible Bad Religion and the arrogant Bret Gurewitz jerking it up on Conan O’Brian.  The question is will he be the label owning businessman or the old poser punk trying to be 20 again?  I’m going with the later and much like women with too much Botox its almost pathetically sad to witness.    The consolation?  Will Ferrell is out there hustling Anchorman 2, so that’s a glimmer of laughter in an otherwise sea of mediocrity.

Monday, December 16

David Letterman: Will Ferrell, a Top Ten List presented by the 2013 Heisman Trophy winner, Chris Cornell featuring Joy Williams
Jay Leno: Meredith Vieira, Jake Bugg
Craig Ferguson: Joe Theismann
Daily Show: Haifaa Al Mansour
Colbert Report: Jonah Peretti
Chelsea Lately: April Richardson, Sarah Colonna, Kurt Braunohler
Conan O’Brien: Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Tom Papa
Arsenio Hall: TBA
Kelly & Michael: Christina Applegate, John Leguizamo, Alfred Portale
Ellen DeGeneres: Colin Farrell, Kathryn Hahn, Kings of Leon
Wendy Williams: Meagan Good, Chassie Post

Tuesday, December 17

David Letterman: Paul Rudd, a Top Ten List presented by Barbara Walters
Jay Leno: Olivia Wilde, Julie Scardina, Johnny Mathis
Craig Ferguson: Alyssa Milano, Wilford Brimley
Daily Show: Erik Prince
Colbert Report: Garry Trudeau
Chelsea Lately: Evangeline Lilly, Jeff Wild, Loni Love, Ryan Stout
Conan O’Brien: Tom Hanks, the Head and the Heart
Arsenio Hall: Tom Selleck, Judge Greg Mathis
Kelly & Michael: Will Ferrell, Candice Glover, Jean-Georges Vongerichten
Ellen DeGeneres: Chris O’Donnell, Terry Bradshaw, Icona Pop
Wendy Williams: Hoda Kotb, Kenya Moore

Wednesday, December 18

David Letterman: Ben Stiller, Brett Dennen
Jay Leno: Christina Applegate, Kevin Nealon, the winner of “The Voice”
Craig Ferguson: Natasha Lyonne
Daily Show: Steve Carell, Will Ferrell, David Koechner, Paul Rudd
Colbert Report: Keanu Reeves
Chelsea Lately: James Marsden, Greg Fitzsimmons, Fortune Feimster, Gary Valentine
Conan O’Brien: Jennifer Lawrence, Bob Odenkirk, Bad Religion
Arsenio Hall: The cast of VH1’s “Single Ladies”, William Shatner
Kelly & Michael: Paul Rudd, Bradley Cooper, Daniel Boulud
Ellen DeGeneres: Julia Roberts, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Martha Stewart
Wendy Williams: Rachel Maddow, Lloyd Boston

Thursday, December 19

David Letterman: Steve Carell
Jay Leno: Sylvestor Stallone, Judd Apatow, Libera
Craig Ferguson: TBA
Daily Show: Jonah Hill
Colbert Report: Ben Stiller
Chelsea Lately: Ian Karmel, Heather McDonald, Julian McCullough
Conan O’Brien: Christina Applegate, Skylar Astin, Young the Giant
Arsenio Hall: Meagan Good, Chance the Rapper
Kelly & Michael: Keanu Reeves, the winner of “The Voice”, Andrew Carmellini
Ellen DeGeneres: Amy Adams, Mary J. Blige
Wendy Williams: Deborah Norville, John Fugelsang, Alicia Quarles

Friday, December 20

David Letterman: Kristen Wiig, Jay Thomas, Darlene Love
Jay Leno: Michael Strahan, Leona Lewis
Craig Ferguson: Judd Apatow, Lissie
Chelsea Lately: Kenneth Cole, Michael Yo, Claire Titelman, Brad Wollack (R 12/12/13)
Kelly & Michael: Jeremy Renner, Lenny Kravitz, Mark Forgione
Ellen DeGeneres: Katy Perry
Wendy Williams: Meagan Good, Chassie Post (R 12/16/13)

Leave a Comment





Amazon_Smile_logo
LET-ME-HELP-LOGO

Support Let Me Help Inc by shopping at smile.amazon.com

Creem – America’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll Magazine, Reviewed Issue By Issue – August 1975 (Volume 7, Number 3)  

By Steve Crawford | July 7, 2022 |

If I did fifty shows I’d get the money from one

Best Of 2022: Singles In Order Of Preference Through June 30th

By Iman Lababedi | July 7, 2022 |

a growling, prowling slap pump and just another all American

Brief Encounters: New Albums 7-1-22 – 7-7-22 Reviewed

By Iman Lababedi | July 7, 2022 |

a 28 song full, full blown reggae rasta brilliance

Creem – America’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll Magazine, Reviewed Issue By Issue – July 1975 (Volume 7, Number 2)

By Steve Crawford | July 7, 2022 |

the boundary breaking shock rocker of the decade

US Top 10 Singles Tracking 6-24-22 – 6-30-22

By Iman Lababedi | July 6, 2022 |

Harry seems to have it sewn up

Best Of 2022: Albums by Artist In Alphabetical Order Through June 30th (Half Way Mark)

By Iman Lababedi | July 6, 2022 |

a superb songwriter who can fill an album with excellent country mainstreamers

Going Steady: New Singles 7-1-22 – 7-7-22 Reviewed

By Iman Lababedi | July 6, 2022 |

lovely tribute to her single mom

Eileen Shapiro: “Portfolio Of A Rockstar Journalist” Meets The Genesis Great Steve Hackett

By Eileen Shapiro | July 6, 2022 |

a classical guitarist and composer and has released more than 30 solo albums

Press Releases For July: Here Are The Artists

By Alyson Camus | July 6, 2022 |

“The song is about a mental institution”

Freakout Records Announce The 10th Annual Freakout Festival Taking Place on November 10-13 in Ballard (Seattle, WA)

By admin | July 5, 2022 |

a diverse arrangement of voices and sounds

Scroll To Top