Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Bill Maher #318 Comedy Segmet--Romance

Romance, Republican Style--X Rated

by Catherine Giordano

Bill Maher holding
"Love's Fair and Balanced Desire" 

The mid-show comedy segment on “Real Time with Bill Maher”, episode 318, which aired on 05/16/14 was smutty and steamy. I warn you—it is X-rated.

It was a spoof inspired by the purchase of Harlequin Books (a publisher of romance novels) by Rupert Murdoch, owner of Fox News. He said there would soon be a new romance novel Love’s Fair and Balanced Desire 
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Here's the best of the bit:
·       Under her icy exterior was a passion that burned like an unprotected embassy in Lybia
·         Her lover was a widower whose wife had died in the war on Christianity
·         A single bead of sweat lay between her ample breasts—just due to normal hot weather, not climate change
·         His manhood strained growing ever larger, like the deficit under Obama
·        When he struggled with a condom, she said, “Don’t bother, my body has a way of shutting that whole thing down”
·         She told him, “Drill, baby, drill.”
·         Her secret lover was a Mexican named Hector. She put her finger to his lips and said “Don’t talk. Not until you learn English.”
·        He placed his face between her legs. She rode his mustache all the way home. “It’s true, she said, “Mexicans will do jobs no one else will do.”

See the full recap and review of this show on my other blog Premium Cable Reviews.

Guests for May 16, 2014 #318:
Robert Lustig: a pediatric endocrinologist, author of Fat Chance: Beating the Odds Against Sugar, Processed Food, Obesity, and Disease and a featured expert in the new documentary, Fed-Up.

Ian Bremmer:  a political scientist, president and founder of the Eurasia Group, author of Every Nation for Itself: Winners and Losers in a G-Zero World

Kellyanne Conway: Republican strategist and pollster, president and CEO of “The Polling Group”

Brian Schweitzer: former governor (D, MT)

Kevin Nealon: actor and comedian, author of Yes, You’re Pregnant, But What About Me and star in a new movie, Blended.