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Crispin Glover Talks About His Czech Republic Castle on 'Bonnie Hunt' (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Mar 23rd 2010 6:12PM
Crispin Glover Talks to Bonnie Hunt About Owning a CastleBonnie Hunt has the weirdest guests on the 'The Bonnie Hunt Show' (weekdays, syndicated). Just the other day, she had Niecy Nash yelling at her about forgetting a birthday party. And on Tuesday, Hunt interviewed Crispin Glover, who is perhaps The Weirdest Man Alive™.

Glover talked about owning his own castle in the Czech Republic. And we can all relate to that, right? Or maybe not. Anyway, the former George McFly talked about his castle and shared photographs with an amazed Hunt. "This dining room ... it's like from the set of 'Dark Shadows,' she said. Why the castle? Cause there's horse stables next door that he uses for a sound stage. What? Watch the clip to find out more.

Watch the video after the jump.

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David Letterman almost got kicked in the head once - VIDEOS

by Bob Sassone, posted Jan 29th 2009 6:06PM
LettermanI think we can all agree that the infamous Andy Kaufman/Jerry Lawler incident on the old Late Night with David Letterman show (where Kaufman and Lawler got into an argument and then a punch was thrown) was staged. But when it comes to another infamous incident from the show, where Crispin Glover demonstrated his kicking technique next to Letterman's head? I think that was weird and real.

The Glover interview is on Cracked's Letterman's most hilariously awkward moments list. Most of them are actually from his current CBS show. Only two of them (Glover and cartoonist Harvey Pekar) are from the old NBC show. Other awkward interviews listed (with videos) include Madonna, John McCain, and Michael Richards (with special awkward cohort, Jerry Seinfeld!).

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Ten awkward TV interviews

by Adam Finley, posted Mar 9th 2007 1:03PM

microphoneVia Digg comes ten YouTube clips featuring some of the most awkward television interviews ever conducted. Some of them are classic, such as Barbara Walters asking Katherine Hepburn what kind of a tree she'd like to be, but most of them are fairly recent: Michael Richards on Letterman, a seemingly spaced-out Paula Abdul, and Tom Cruise talking down to Matt Lauer. My favorite is the various clips of Mike Tyson being, well, Mike Tyson.

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