Danny Devito 'drunk' on talk show

Danny Devito 'drunk' on talk show

There are 58 comments on the Stuff story from Nov 30, 2006, titled Danny Devito 'drunk' on talk show. In it, Stuff reports that:

Comedian Danny DeVito appeared tired and emotional during a segment on Barbara Walters's US TV talk show, according to media reports.

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daffy

United States

#1 Dec 1, 2006
Little man should move in with Rosie. Creep. No respect back at U! Plus he's getting even uglier!
Ray

Lancaster, PA

#2 Dec 1, 2006
Look Up. Paris, Brittany, OJ, Jacksons M&J, it is a pattern. Salvaging a career with the media.
Sultan of Swing

Winter Garden, FL

#3 Dec 1, 2006
Little Troll. What a suprise, another hollywood type who thinks their opinion is relevant. What do you expect from Rosie and crew?
KCPAT

Lees Summit, MO

#4 Dec 1, 2006
I also believe that Danny Devito is not an alcoholic - just drunk and embarrassed himself - at least in front of myself and my family - I am glad to hear that he thinks of the White House as "the joint" and has the audacity to refer to President Bush on "The View" in this manner - "used some bad language when joking about President Bush, whom he had imitated as a monkey and one of the Three Stooges." I do not believe that Mr Devito has anywhere near an MBA from Harvard. I know that we will not be seeing any of Mr Devito's upcoming films - but them again it has been quit a while since Mr. Devito has made anything worth seeing.
NOMAD

Alpharetta, GA

#5 Dec 1, 2006
Leave the guy alone, he's just human. A good actor, father and husand who's only crime was to have judgemental people like you all with nothing better to do, trash him. Cast the first stone mean anything?
Tim

New York, NY

#6 Dec 1, 2006
Danny was out parting with his pal George Clooney the night before huh. Why does that not surprise me. They make a good pair, nutty way far left liberals who have nothing better to do than bash the president. I wish they along with Michael Moore would pack up and go find a better place to live, if they think they can.
flower

Flushing, MI

#7 Dec 1, 2006
Tim wrote:
Danny was out parting with his pal George Clooney the night before huh. Why does that not surprise me. They make a good pair, nutty way far left liberals who have nothing better to do than bash the president. I wish they along with Michael Moore would pack up and go find a better place to live, if they think they can.
There ya go! It was George Clooney's fault.
Stephanie

Bethlehem, PA

#8 Dec 1, 2006
GET OVER IT PEOPLE! He probably would have said the same things sober. They could have told him they didn't want him on the show because he's drunk. They had a choice.
Susie

Germantown, MD

#9 Dec 1, 2006
Of course they had a choice - it's good TV for them so why would they care who'se drunk or sober? The only reason this is an issue is that DD showed himself to be someone that many people don't like. And that really can't be resolved with an apology.
kevin hallion

Powder Springs, GA

#10 Dec 1, 2006
Sultan of Swing wrote:
Little Troll. What a suprise, another hollywood type who thinks their opinion is relevant. What do you expect from Rosie and crew?
Why isn't thier comments relevant? They are Americans too.
kevin hallion

Powder Springs, GA

#11 Dec 1, 2006
Tim wrote:
Danny was out parting with his pal George Clooney the night before huh. Why does that not surprise me. They make a good pair, nutty way far left liberals who have nothing better to do than bash the president. I wish they along with Michael Moore would pack up and go find a better place to l
ive, if they think they can.
George Clooney does more for charities ( Dafur), then Bush who main concern is killing.
OId Timer

Winchester, KY

#12 Dec 1, 2006
Anytime someone bad mouths any of our "sacred cows" people are going to get offended... everyone has and is entitled to their opinions, just as no one is required to agree with them.
Realize it is only words and get over it. If someone makes an a$$ out of themselves in public, it is their problem. Don't make it yours.
Anna

Bethlehem, PA

#13 Dec 1, 2006
Susie wrote:
Of course they had a choice - it's good TV for them so why would they care who'se drunk or sober? The only reason this is an issue is that DD showed himself to be someone that many people don't like. And that really can't be resolved with an apology.
I like him, and I don't need an apology for what did or said. I can't believe what an issue this has become. People just want something to bitch about.
Sultan of Swing

Winter Garden, FL

#14 Dec 1, 2006
kevin hallion wrote:
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Why isn't thier comments relevant? They are Americans too.
Their not relevant because they are based on propaganda and hatred of the President and not on any knowledge of why and what is truely happening on the ground.
albany

Schenectady, NY

#15 Dec 1, 2006
If I had his money and security I'd go on TV druck as well. Who cares? It's just T.V. He's just an actor. Hoo cares? And if you do care... well then have a drink and think about it.
Susie

Germantown, MD

#16 Dec 1, 2006
Sultan of Swing wrote:
<quoted text>Their not relevant because they are based on propaganda and hatred of the President and not on any knowledge of why and what is truely happening on the ground.
Well said, Sultan!
Susie

Germantown, MD

#17 Dec 1, 2006
Anna wrote:
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I like him, and I don't need an apology for what did or said. I can't believe what an issue this has become. People just want something to bitch about.
Yes, but the point is that he apparently did apologize for his boorish behavior. Again, that can't change the fact that he is what he is. I wondered if people really found his infantile style of "humor" funny - judging from these posts, there are plenty of people who do. Folks, why is it considered funny to make fun of others?
Old Timer

Winchester, KY

#18 Dec 1, 2006
Sultan of Swing wrote:
<quoted text>Their not relevant because they are based on propaganda and hatred of the President and not on any knowledge of why and what is truely happening on the ground.
So, my thought on that would be......... how can you put any stock at all in the words of someone that makes their living pretending to be someone/something else? Are they, in fact, speaking their own opinion, or just dredging words from some long forgotten script?
As someone else said... we pay them to entertain us. I neither expect or desire a personal opinion from them on anything.
Juan

Louisville, KY

#19 Dec 1, 2006
Danny's the man. He once played a cigar smoking penguin, priceless. He was the original Happy Feet. And now he's drunk on a gossip show... woo woo. Danny, you should have dropped your pants and boosted their ratings ten fold.
Anna

Bethlehem, PA

#20 Dec 1, 2006
Susie wrote:
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Yes, but the point is that he apparently did apologize for his boorish behavior. Again, that can't change the fact that he is what he is. I wondered if people really found his infantile style of "humor" funny - judging from these posts, there are plenty of people who do. Folks, why is it considered funny to make fun of others?
I personally don't think he owed anyone an apology. As for calling the President num nutts, or whatever, I've called my kids worse. He's a comedian, they tend to make fun of others. Stop crying about it and move on. Geesh!

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