From anchoring the NBC Nightly News to making cameos on 30 Rock to slow-jamming the news with Jimmy Fallon on Late Night, Brian Williams is truly a jack of all trades. But could he run the country? Who knows, but the folks behind BrianWilliamsForPresident.com are hoping to start a movement to convince BriWi to throw his hat into the ring. They even have a TV ad! The 30-second spot is above.
On tonight's Late Show, Brian Williams took some time out to visit David Letterman and chat with him about the death of Osama bin Laden. After reviewing the day's papers with Letterman, Williams recounted the events that led to him finding out—and reacting to—the news that the US had killed the al Qaeda leader.
Last night Time magazine had their big fancy shindig for its "100 Most Influential" list and many of the anointed showed up to Jazz at Lincoln Center to be rich, famous, and beautiful together.
Our invitation must have been lost in the mail, but we did send fictional freelancer Betsey Morgenstern to ask everyone some questions. No one responded to her querulous queries, but we have to print something, so here is what she asked everyone.
Tonight, 30 Rock celebrated its 100th episode with a storyline about—what else?—TGS's mishap-ridden centennial. Following his fake trip to Africa, a despondent Tracy Jordan thought that he could get his mojo back by being offensive on some talk shows, like Rachael Ray, Live! and Today. He was wrong. And it was funny. Also: Two big cameos!
On tonight's Late Night, best guest ever Brian Williams stopped by for a chat with Jimmy Fallon. When the subject of conversation switched to Libya, Fallon got uncharacteristically angry/political and began bashing President Obama and his lack of communication.