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Phoenix/Dave Letterman

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Anybody else see the clip of this? I like Joaquin sp as an actor but he has hung up acting and wants to move on to music. I think Dave was rather rude and so was Paul Schaeffer. Thats my take.

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I wasn't quite sure what to make of that on Letterman. Joaquin was behaving rather oddly, I am not sure if it was deliberate or not...

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I think he is overly shy, he is one that does not like the direct limelight. I thought he was either goin to flip out or just walk off. Dave did not read him well at all. He just kept pushin it. Some people would take it well and give it back to dave, but Joaquin took it too heart....maybe I am reading too much into it it?

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Phoenix hanging around Michael Phelps lately?

Seems like it was all a set-up to create interest in his upcoming movie.

Letterman is brilliant with his one liners.

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After seeing his conditions, Letterman could have filled Joaquin's spot with something else.

Instead he exploited the situation for the sake of entertainment.

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letterman is just bad and is just tring to get ratings, he is a hack. how bout another stupid top ten list there old guy.

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I love Letterman, he is the best thing that ever happened to late night tv. Its a talk show and the dude was saying nothing what would you expect Dave to do, he made the best of it.

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After seeing his conditions, Letterman could have filled Joaquin's spot with something else.

Instead he exploited the situation for the sake of entertainment.

exactly

maybe its because im under 35 years old, but I just dont find much of what David Letterman says very funny.

Conan and Kimmel are way more funny. Imo

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Phoenix hanging around Michael Phelps lately?

I was thinking the Unabomber, is his next role going to be playing Ted Kaczynski!

Is there another Video link? Looks like CBS killed the youtube Vid!

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Nice beard,What would Johnny Cash think of that?

He would problem say "nice beard man" wink

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Conan is very funny......letterman is kinda boring.....Joaquin Phoenix is a very odd charachter so nothing would surprise me with him.......

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Letterman was funny and cutting edge back when he first started. But know his show seems outdated.

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Its on youtube, sandmannd.

BTW, he was at the Viper Room the night his brother Phoenix (who had 1 million times more talent than him) died, and you would think after literally watching your brother die from dope, you would stay off it yourself.

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If you saw the show, Phoenix deserved every bit of Sh#! Dave handed to him. The guy was just way out there. Don't know what he was thinking???? What was Dave supposed to do? "Sorry you couldn't be here tonight Joaquin!!!!" That was hilarious.

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Phoenix just proved how good of an actor he is. At the very end of the clip Phoenix takes off his glasses, smiles, and you can here "good job, man". It was all an act. All this hype on the internet and tv are giving them both the publicity they wanted.

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Saw it, not sure what that was about. He acted like an one-who-thinks-I-am-silly if you ask me.

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The fact that he was invited on the show to begin with, shows that they were looking to make a mockery out of him.

He has a problem and if you know anything about drugs, people need treatment rather than ridicule.

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