Thursday Mar 17 2011

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Many celebrities celebrated St. Patrick’s Day. Lindsay Lohan was even looking at a nice emerald necklace.

Sarah Palin will visit Israel next week on a fact-finding tour. She wants to find out where it is and who’s their king.

The Mexican government admitted that it has allowed the United States to fly unmanned drones on its territory to help fight drug smuggling. Well, they’re unmanned when they fly over Mexico, but when they come back, they have a few hundred people hanging onto them.

The world’s most expensive dog was sold for $1.5 million. This dog is so spoiled that his chew toy is a mailman.



Late Show with David Letterman


The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson


Jimmy Kimmel Live

Happy St. Patrick’s Day to everyone with a drinking problem.

The day after St. Patrick’s Day is National Too-Sick-to-Go-to-Work Day.

Between St. Patrick’s Day, the start of the NCAA tournament, and a new episode of “Jersey Shore,” America is officially out of alcohol.

Donald Trump said no one in Hawaii seems to remember President Obama growing up there, but everyone in Trump’s neighborhood remembers him growing up. Who wouldn’t remember a 12-year-old with a comb-over?

Late Night with Jimmy Fallon

If you remember anything about our St. Patrick’s Day show the next morning, you’re not doing it right.

President Obama is facing criticism for going on ESPN to pick his NCAA brackets when there are more important issues on his agenda. When he heard this, Obama said, “Wait . . . Was today my fantasy baseball draft?”

Residents in Vermont say the same squirrel has been attacking them for weeks. And they have a very good reason for saying that: They’re stoned out of their minds.

Charlie Sheen’s girlfriend Rachel Oberlin returned to his house after going home to Indiana to deal with a DUI case. You know what they say: “If you love something, let it go to Indiana to deal with its DUI case, and if it comes back, it's yours.”

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