Eastchester’s very own Bobby Moynihan chats with Suburbarazzi in his first interview since landing a spot on Saturday Night Live this season.
My tag-team partner Chris Serico (whose been harder to find than Dick Cheney these days on the blog) caught up with Moynihan, and reminisced their middle school days together in Eastchester.
During the first episode this season with Michael Phelps, Moynihan had his first break-out sketch about an overzealous pizza waiter, a character he formed during his days of being a bartender at Uno’s in Yonkers.
Most importantly, Moynihan talks about rubbing shoulders with the likes of Bill Murray and Sarah Palin, and most importantly, what it was like to spank Anne Hathaway (hay chihuahua).
Moynihan gave another interview to the Journal News with Heather Salerno, which means he either really likes our paper, or our editors are really bad at coordinating coverage hahahaha.
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I was in Larchmont today covering a young women’s mentorship program sponsored by Judy Sheindlin, star of the court room show Judge Judy. She said she knows Jeanine Pirro, so I asked Sheindlin what she thought about Pirro’s own court show that debuted this week.
“I haven’t watched the show yet but I will get to see it,” Sheindlin said. “I’m sure she’s terrific.”
As a TV judge veteran, she also had some advice for Pirro, Westchester’s former firecracker district attorney.
“Just be yourself and have a good time,” she said. “Don’t let anyone run you â€” but you don’t have to tell that to Jeanine.”
Sheindlin lives in Greenwich and is no stranger to the Hudson Valley. Her son Adam Levy is Putnam County’s district attorney and her daughter Nicole Sheindlin lives in Larchmont and is the executive director of Her Honor, the mentorship program I was covering.
You can read my story about the mentorship program here.
( Photo by Frank Becerra Jr. / The Journal News )
This week, Roseanne gets Voight’d! Plus Chris Serico’s buddy joins SNL and Westchester rolls deep on American Idol.
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This week’s quiz: Which rapper made a surprise appearance in Yonkers last week?
A. Busta Rhymes
C. Bow Wow
D. Mixmaster Afropuff (my 8th grade rap name)
This week, John Edwards gets Woodruff’d! Plus Denzel shows Mount Vernon some love and why I’m popping my collar for America.
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This week’s quiz: Which TV show might New Rochelle resident Laurence Fishburne be joining?
A. Law and Order SVU
D. I Wanna Work for Diddy While Having a Flavor of Love for New York Because Hogan Knows Best
I officially make my Suburbarazzi TV debut and recap this week’s shenanigans with Diddy, Jon Voight and Brangelina. Be sure to bid on our drawings of Brangelina’s babies if you haven’t already!
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This week’s quiz: According to the comic books this month, the X-Men are moving from their home in Westchester to San Francisco. Where in Westchester did the X-Men live?
A. North Salem
D. White Plains
Need a quick reminder of where Ted and I stand on this year’s major Oscar nominees? Wondering what Fidel Castro has to do with this year’s ceremony? Waiting in line to be slapped by Ruby Dee? Check out the Suburbarazzi segments from Friday night’s episode below. (If you want to see the whole half-hour show, click here.)
Here’s the opening segment, in which we discuss Oscar gossip, box office success, violence and most of the major categories:
And here’s the closing segment, during which Ted and I make our Best Picture picks and surprise TV’s Karen DePodwin with, well, watch to find out!
(AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)
You may heard: There’s a little reality-TV program scheduled this weekend where beautiful people will preen for the camera and get voted on by the masses. And no, I’m not talking about the all-new episode of Big Brother 9. It’s that other show, the one where they give out big gold men (weighing eight pounds) and then little gold men (made of chocolate). I’d like to say we’re above picking the winners and losers — like every other print/blog/television entity on the planet — but, well, we’re not. And, fortunately, our friends at RNN, bless their souls, were good enough to let us opine on air tonight for a special Oscar Special.
Sure, Small Bites and Varsity Insider may have been the first blogs to the half-hour TV party, but our show had far more gold.
I should also point out, despite giving ourselves billing in the ad on our sidebar, the truth is the program is all RNN. Or to be more specific, Karen DePodwin. She did yeoman’s work pulling this all together. The ad really should have said, “The DePodwin Oscar Special, with guest stars Suburbarazzi and Liz Johnson.”
One other caveat: Please ignore the painfully awkward segments when I start rambling about Michael Moore (Wha? Castro? Huh?) and “Juno” (what I meant to say Ã¢â‚¬â€ “Blood” and “No Country” will split the high-brow voters, leaving “Juno” a chance at winning). Instead, focus on my esteemed colleague, Chris Serico — whose Ruby Dee logic (anytime you slap a former Oscar winner, you automatically get to win one, too) was downright brilliant. Or, for that matter, Liz Johnson and Peter Pratt, who can spray me with truffle juice any day of the week. And, of course, the indomitable Karen DePodwin, who looks lovely enough to be Suffern HS homecoming queen.
Because I needed some time to figure out how to use the audio software on my computer, I’m a little late in posting these clips of Suburbarazzi mentions on Howard Stern’s radio show. (OK, six weeks late.) But better late than never! Still seems appropriate, considering Stern’s sound effects master, Fred Norris, performed with his band in Yonkers on Saturday night.
First up, although neither the blog nor my name is mentioned in this clip from the Jan. 2 Howard Stern show, here’s the first on-air reference to Suburbarazzi’s exclusive interview with Norris in Eastchester:
Later that day, Howard 100 News reporter Steve Langford interviewed me for a Howard 100 News brief that first aired at 5:37 p.m. Jan. 3:
Hooray for technology!
(AP Photo/Richard Drew)