Red-headed vixen. Ridiculously talented singer/songwriter/pianist who, at age 5 was the youngest student at the Peabody Conservatory of Music. Currently touring in support of American Doll Posse album through December 2007.
"I think Tori Amos just made that piano her bitch."
Made a hilarious and classic comedy album named Harmful If Swallowed and a terrific Comedy Central Presents. He then released a CD called Retaliation with twice the CDs and half the comedy. Promised fans a cool bonus for pre-ordering this CD from Comedy Central's website. The bonus: a cheap aluminum dog-tag necklace. At about this time became a self-promoting ego-maniac who can't shut up about how many MySpace friends he has and how many comedy records he's broken.
Man, remember how cool the old Dane Cook was? Yeah, let's hope he joins us here on earth again someday.
The good-hearted, ill-tempered host of a late-night talk show that takes risks that often result in laughter with the exception of "Will It Float?". The show is kept fresh by new additions such as "Great Moments in Presidential Speeches" in addition to the traditional segments such as "Ask the Audience" and bizarre contests hosted by Rupert at the deli next door. Dave has outstanding taste in bringing back exceptional musical guests and comedians such as Jim Gaffigan (13 times), Brian Regan (19 times), and the late great Mitch Hedberg (10 times). Often trails a show in ratings on NBC at the same time-slot hosted by a comedian going through the motions riding the popularity of the show's past with painfully unoriginal material.
"David Letterman seems like such a curmudgeon, but did you see how teary-eyed he got when he introduced the doctors and nurses who saved his life?"