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Subject: Re: SNL Date: 3/12/2003 10:46 PM
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Granted they all tend to do this. Letterman in NY and Leno in LA.

As for this: 4. Just last week, after the capture of that Bin Laden associate, they showed his picture on the fake news, and Jimmy Fallon says he looks just like the "[something about making donuts]" guy. Sounds like a pitchman for a donut chain. It got a big laugh. Now maybe this is aired nationally; I don't watch enough TV to know for sure. But my hunch is this is some guy on another local or regional advertisement that is lost on the vast majority of the viewing audience.

I didn't see the show, so I may be WAY off base on this one, but it sorta sounds like an old series from Dunkin Doughnuts. This guy wakes up really early in the morning...and all the mumbles is 'time to make the doughnuts.' They ran a whole series for several months, but it's been a number of years ago.

Thanks for bringing this page back to life.

Mike

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