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Donny Deutsch Gets Savannah-Curious in 'Today' Talk About Bi-curious Women (VIDEO)

by Alex Moaba, posted Oct 25th 2011 12:30PM
A discussion about the Boise State 'bi-curious' women study got a little awkward on 'Today' (weekdays, 9AM ET on NBC) as Savannah Guthrie led a panel discussion featuring Starr Jones, Donny Deustch and Dr. Nancy Snyderman. The study says that half of all women are bi-curious, and that 60% of women have been attracted to another woman, but the only thing the panel demonstrated was that Deutsch is kind of into Savannah Guthrie.

From the start, Deutsch had trouble controlling his excitement. "Duh! Duh!," he said after Guthrie read the news. "It's not as natural as a guy being bi-curious," he said. Dr. Nancy Snyderman backed him up.

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Donny Deutsch Defends Bravo's Controversial 'Housewives' Decision on Business Grounds (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Sep 1st 2011 4:00PM
Donny Deutsch defends Bravo's decision to premiere 'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' on 'Today'Russell Armstrong's suicide last month put the future of 'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' in doubt. Armstrong was the estranged husband of 'Housewives' star Taylor Armstrong, and the dissolution of their marriage was originally going to be a central storyline of the new season. Bravo made the decision this week to premiere the series on schedule, re-edit some of that storyline, and include some newly taped interview footage with the Housewives discussing the tragedy. Thursday on 'Today' (weekdays, 7AM on NBC), Donny Deutsch defended Bravo's controversial decision to not push back the premiere.

"They made the right call for a few reasons," said Deutsch. "Number one, they're a business. And this is going to be good television. I hate to use that word. It's reality TV, it's train wreck TV. Unfortunately, this was a fatal train wreck."

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Kathie Lee Hints At Something Naughty About Her Husband's Bad Back (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Jun 21st 2011 5:25PM
Hoda Kotb, Donny Deutsch, and Kathie Lee Gifford on 'Today'Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb recently took a day cruise but had to leave their men behind. Tuesday on 'Today' (weekdays, 7AM on NBC), Gifford said that her husband and Kotb's boyfriend had to stay back because they have bad backs, then implied there might be something naughty about the cause of said bad backs. She also implied that business commentator Donny Deutsch, who was also on the boat, had a bad back as well.

"Frank was supposed to go and Jay was supposed to go," said Gifford. "At the last minute, both of our guys have bad backs. Wonder why." That last comment made Kotb laugh uncomfortably and drew a catcall or two from the crew. "Donny's back's hurting, too," said Gifford.

Deutsch made things worse by coming on and saying that Gifford had given him a head massage. He tried to explain that it was PG and "legit," but Gifford said everyone had a different part of Deutsch during the massage. Deutsch then complimented Kotb's boyfriend, Jay, to which Gifford said it was "too bad about his back, though." Apparently, being with Gifford and Kotb is more physical torment than the average man can take.

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Why Nike Deserves Kudos For Its Tiger Ad

by Joel Keller, posted Apr 8th 2010 2:08PM
Nike is kind of like the Microsoft of the athletic world; often derided and criticized, but wildly successful for reasons no one wants to acknowledge. For instance, I constantly keep buying Nike basketball shoes, even though I know that they're too narrow for my clodhopper feet, because they just look so damned cool.

One of the things they've been able to do so well is put together compelling advertising. And, after the Tiger Woods mess spilled all over the media landscape, there was likely a large segment of those watchers who were wondering what Woods' largest sponsor would do to address the mess. Would they meet it head on or try to avoid the issue?

Well, the met it head on, and in the best way possible. Here is the new Nike ad with Woods, debuting during last night ahead of the Masters:

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