Marie Haygood, Brandon Williams, Barry Williams
Celebrity Wife Swap is taking a different approach this week. Instead of swapping spouses, comedian Joe Piscopo and actor Barry Williams will be trading work wives — their personal assistants.
Just in from CBS:"Following its successful first 'Impressionist Week' last fall, Late Show with David Letterman will once again showcase some of the best impressionists in entertainment when it presents 'Impressionist Week 2,' Monday, April 30, through Friday, May 4."The lineup looks like this:Monday: Rob MagnottiTuesday: John Byner Wednesday: Mike MacRaeThursday: Joe Piscopo Friday: Reggie RegI've plugged my own "Jimmy Stewart" here before, but have I told you about my "Rocky Balboa"? It'll knock ya to tomorrow, I tell ya.
Donald Trump, The Apprentice
Oftentimes at this point in The Apprentice's umpteen-week "job interview" — this round's season-ender unspools on May 29 and June 5 — the two candidates managing their final tasks are faced with most unexpected hurdles. Think back to Season 1, when Kwame Jackson was nearly waylaid by MIA concert performer Jessica Simpson (a near-flake-out that actually makes all the more sense now that we know so much more about the pop tart). Or look as recently as last season's finale, when Joe Piscopo — yes, Joe Pisco
The Apprentice "It's about to get crazy." Randal, buddy, I think you're greatly overestimating your potential for on-screen drama as you and Rebecca square off in the final task. But if by "crazy" you mean civilized and sportsmanlike, well, OK. I mean, come on, when the biggest wild card on your resurrected team is Toral, we can't really expect much in the way of stellar meltdowns. What about Clay? Or Markus? Or even that spunky little loudmouthed Kristi? Give us something to work with here — it's reality television, for crying out loud! If Omarosa, Raj or heck, even Wendy Pepper doesn't show up soon, we may be in for a loooong finale, folks. As usual, the season's going to end with a pair of big charity events: Randal