And John Carroll for one will be there "to make Gottfried feel more sorry than he currently does."
Someone has way too much time on their hands...
Yeah. I hope Mel Brooks never comes to town ... goosestep's the new step, today.
I'm sure Gilbert will win over a hostile Harvard crowd by doing his impression of an 80-year old Groucho Marx on the Dick Cavett Show, which is actually a spot on impression for anyone who remembers or has ever seen a clip of 80-year old Groucho on Cavett.
...have way too much free time on their hands.
John Carroll will be there to make himself more self-important than he currently is.
I somehow doubt that a seasoned standup comedian will be particularly sensitive to extra special rightous heckling, no matter how very wrong or sorry he is.
He got me to read Gottfried's jokes. I had heard about the controversy before, but never actually read any of the witticisms.
You know what? They're insensitive, but they're mostly well-constructed pieces of funny. His only failing was his sense of timing. In other words...
He shouldn't have put himself so far in front of the wave.
I'm just gonna sit here and let that one wash over me again.
he was doing 9/11 jokes before october of 01. not everyones cup of tea but your telling me aflac didnt know who they were getting? the guy is hilarious.
You know, Gilbert has been funny and insensitive for decades, Aflac should have known how racy he is.
If you really want to upset people, you should hear his Holocaust jokes..or is it ok because he's Jewish?
If George Takei makes Tsunami jokes, is that ok?