Morning Joe on MSNBC

This one’s probably my favorite, because I’m identified as an “Investigative Journalist” who “admits to wearing a tie only twice in his life.” And I’m also compared to James O’Keefe.

Tavis Smiley on PBS

I walked to the Smiley’s LA studio from a friend’s apartment and was greeted by a shocked producer who said I was the first guest in the history of the program–at least as far as she knew–to have walked there. (“Had we known, we would have called a car,” she said, exasperated.) The other thing I remember is that Mark Ruffalo was in the room next to me, but I didn’t get a chance to gush about how much I liked him in “You Can Count on Me.”

Asylum’s Drinks with Writers
AOL (yep, they’re still around) ran a “men’s lifestyle” site called Asylum. With it’s motto (“For All Mankind”) and emphasis on manly things like “humor, weird news, sex tips, fashion, dating, food and gadgets,” the site–described as sophomoric by Ad Week–somehow  didn’t last very long. But during its short life I appeared on a program in which I drank beer and forgot to incorporate humor, weird news, sex tips, fashion, dating, food or gadgets.