Ventriloquist Week 2
The so-called "television event of the millennium" is back! Following the success of the original Ventriloquist Week last September, the LATE SHOW is proud to present Ventriloquist Week 2.
Beginning tonight and continuing all week long, tune in as Dave presents some of the best ventriloquists in the world.
Ventriloquist Week 2 Line-Up
Monday - Kevin Johnson and Clyde & Matilda
Tuesday - Dan Horn and Orson
Wednesday - Otto Petersen and George
Thursday - Jim Barber and Seville
Friday - Brad Cummings and Rex
Ventriloquist Week 2
Monday, February 12
Ventriloquist, Kevin Johnson with Clyde & Matilda
Drew Barrymore (Music & Lyrics)
Rickie Lee Jones (CD, "The Sermon on Exposition Boulevard")
Tuesday, February 13
Ventriloquist, Dan Horn and Orson
Super Bowl MVP, Peyton Manning
Cat Empire (CD, "Two Shoes")
Wednesday, February 14
Ventriloquist, Otto Petersen and George
Martha Stewart (Martha)
Norah Jones (CD, "Not Too Late")
Thursday, February 15
Ventriloquist, Jim Barber and Seville
Sienna Miller (Factory Girl)
NAS (CD, "Hip Hop Is Dead")
Friday, February 16
Ventriloquist, Brad Cummings and Rex
Tracy Morgan (30 Rock)
"The crazy astronaut drove 900 miles in diapers. That's pretty amazing -- Britney Spears can't even make it one block in underpants."
FROM LAST WEEK'S WINNERS:
"Top Ten Signs Bill Gates Is Your Secret Valentine"
10. You couldn't read your Valentine card due to the 32-bit encryption scheme
- Leon S. Spokane, WA
8. Love notes written in C++
- Greg H., Ellicott City, MD
7. You get a card, a box of chocolates and Rhode Island
- Joe H., Morisson, CO
5. Valentine's card asks for the password to your "inbox"
- Eddie A., Chicago, IL
4. You get a lovely note inviting you to "help me convert my floppy to a hard drive"
- Van B., Sparks, NV
2. Before sex, he needs to run an antivirus on you
- Greg W., Lincoln, NE
Enter this week's Top Ten Contest for your chance to
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During this special Ventriloquist Week II on the LATE SHOW, Martha Stewart makes her 17th guest appearance, Drew Barrymore makes her 16th, Al Gore his fifth, Norah Jones her fourth, Rickie Lee Jones her third, and the first both for Sienna Miller and NAS.