David Letterman: Oscars Seat Fillers
After a few days without the infamous Top 10, the Late Show delivered with a list of the Top 10 Questions on the Oscars Seat Filler Application. Later, Luke Wilson was Dave’s guest for an interview.
Tony Mendez: Delis, Food Carts, and Pizza Joints Review
The longer you work in television, the more likely your colleagues are going to be given new opportunities to spread their wings, according to David Letterman. He singled out his cue card guy, Tony Mendez, who has found his niche in a new project.
Late Show: Famous Amadeus Pizza Review
Tony said that his show is called Delis, Food Carts, and Pizza Joints, which samples foods in and around New York City. In a clip from the show, Tony headed to Famous Amadeus Pizza, where he met Sal.
There, Tony tried a slice of the Meat-riffic Pizza, which was topped with meatballs, pepperoni, and sausage. When it came time to pay, Tony broke a bottle over Sal’s head before making his escape.
“Congratulations, Tony. You really should be in prison,” Dave said.
Late Show: Top 10 Questions On The Oscars Seat Filler Application
At award ceremonies, extra audience members wait in the wings to fill the seats of stars who have to head for the restroom or make a phone call. Candidates must be 18 or older, provide their own transportation, dress appropriately, and avoid talking to celebrities.
Dave got ahold of questions from the application and counted down his favorites.
- 10. Do you have any prior experience sitting?
- 9. Do you might being addressed as, “Hey, seat filler”?
- 8. Can you sit down without going “Ahhhh” and unbuttoning your pants?
- 7. Any Botox allergies?
- 6. Please list other things you’ve filled.
- 5. Do you sort of look like you could be famous?
- 4. Where do you see yourself sitting in five years?
- 3. Can you pretend to have fun?
- 2. Do you promise not to touch George Clooney?
- 1. Any history of butt cramps?
Those are actually some reasonable questions. Do you think you could fit the bill as an Oscar seat filler?