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Read this: CNN launches Spitzer gabfest; David Sedaris: humorist, squirrel-scraper; Drake lovefest at DAR


Eliot Spitzer and Kathleen Parker, 2010. (CNN)

--CNN launches its new gabfest starring Eliot Spitzer and Kathleen Parker - hoping, writes our colleague Howard Kurtz, to "create that mixture of warmth and tension known as chemistry." Question: Does America want to see a nice lady have chemistry with Eliot Spitzer?


"He does great bathrooms. He's a very conscientious cleaner... He spent a long time scraping dead squirrels off the crawl space floor."

-- Evelyne Hallberg, the first person to hire David Sedaris as a house cleaner, which may or may not have made him the humor-memoirist he is today.

--Drake is outmanned by his audience's sheer love for him. They scream, he shouts his lyrics to be heard, botching his song's "velvet melancholy," says Chris Richards: "Rookie mistake." Otherwise, he was awesome.

By The Reliable Source  | October 4, 2010; 12:23 PM ET
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