"You're probably watching these historic riots and thinking, 'Wow, Camilla Parker Bowles' expression was absolutely priceless. Is there any way that I could preserve that memory for a lifetime?'" he joked.
Yes we can! Oliver and Olivia Munn proceeded to, er, sell "a selection of individually numbered commemorative plates" featuring Bowles' and Prince Charles' reactions to protesters attacking their car. The prize piece displays Bowles' shocked mug in a moment utterly lacking in royal refinement.
The hour-long 'Harmony' premieres on NBC Friday, showcasing the work and ideas of the heir to the British throne on issues like rain forest protection, sustainable farming and the importance of restoring balance between man and nature.
Speaking to Reuters, co-producer Stuart Sender said, "A lot of the things that are very close to the prince's heart, and have been at the center of his work for a long time, are featured in the movie."
Friday's broadcast, part of NBC's annual "green week," will also feature a separate interview with Prince Charles, recorded in August in Scotland, in which he talks about his role in the royal family and his relationship with sons Princes William and Harry.
According to the Hollywood Reporter's Live Feed, the program will feature Prince Charles (pictured) offering his views and potential solutions to the world's environmental crisis.
Tonight, Jim and Pam head to Niagara Falls to (finally!) tie the knot.
In honor of Dunder Mifflin's long-awaited union, we count down some of TV's memorable matrimonial affairs.
A British television channel has plans to produce a documentary about the death of Princess Diana. Supposedly, the producers have obtained exclusive photos of the crash that ended Diana's life in 1997. Diana's sons, William and Harry have expressed concern and requested that the photos not be included in the final production.
According to producers the photos contain no explicit or damaging images of Diana and are essential to the production, although they haven't said why.
This hails from the ancient days when Stephen Colbert was a correspondent on TDS. Whereas Jon often starts laughing during the program, Stephen's always tremendously solid and his character breaks are few and far between (especially in his TDS days). I remember being in tears from laughing so hard when this first aired (it's amazing how Stephen looks like he's crying painfully when he can't stop laughing). The whole clip is pretty funny, but the best bit starts two minutes into the video.
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