- Ali Wentworth | Daily Shot | Fri, May 2, 2014 12:12 PM EDT | Comments
It's never easy to say goodbye, and over the past year at "Daily Shot," we've had a blast bringing you hilarious interviews and only the best questionable life advice. But before we start crying into our cereal, sleeping until 2 p.m., and blowing our savings in Atlantic City in a fit of Wentworth withdrawal, we at "Daily Shot" want to say thanks.
Whether Ali was sitting across the table from A-list celebrities, famous cats, or Tupperware-selling drag queens, we've always tried to bring a little laughter to your day … with only the occasional herpes joke. On camera and off, we've probably had too much fun, like that time in the office when Ali burst into a VP meeting … topless. We are so blessed.
We hope you enjoy a little compilation of some of our favorite moments over this past season. Be sure to watch until the end for a special surprise.
Thanks for watching, thanks for sharing, and thanks for laughing with us. That was your "Daily Shot"!
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- Ali Wentworth | Daily Shot | Wed, Apr 30, 2014 10:27 AM EDT | Comments
Tupperware saleswoman extraordinaire Aunt Barbara was one of Daily Shot's very first guests. In this nostalgic episode, we've asked her back to help us say goodbye and pay a special tribute to the best canceled shows of all time.
Which Tupperware would she use to pay respect to "The Facts of Life"? "Those poor girls, right before they canceled the show, they were tortured in the media because they all gained weight," Aunt Barbara says. "That makes me think of the Tupperware salad-to-go set, because if they had taken a salad to-go every day, they might never have gotten pink slips."
For "Baywatch," Aunt Barbara recommends the Tupperware Forget Me Not containers. "You get two boobs and a box for $19," she says. "Where you gonna find two boobs and a box for $19?"
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How would she pay tribute to "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno"? "You're gonna stick your big banana in the Tupperware big banana keeper," she says.
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- Ali Wentworth | Daily Shot | Mon, Apr 28, 2014 10:36 AM EDT | Comments
Is your cat driving you crazy? Might be time to call in an expert. Jackson Galaxy is an animal behaviorist on the Animal Planet show "My Cat from Hell" who helps cats get along better with their humans.
Pet owners turn to Jackson when their cats are particularly aggressive or prone to bad behavior — whether it's scratching strangers, peeing in the toaster, or a hundred other issues. How does he help to solve the problem? First, by finding their "challenge line."
"I'm trying to find the place where they go from comfort to challenge," Jackson says. Then, he begins to repair the cat-human relationship through training.
What's the most common behavioral problem that Jackson sees among his clients' pets? Either hissing or peeing on the carpet, but if an owner is committed to keeping a cat, Jackson will be there to help.
While there are many misconceptions about our feline friends, Jackson says...Read More »
- Ali Wentworth | Daily Shot | Fri, Apr 25, 2014 10:36 AM EDT | Comments
Over the course of Mario Lopez's long career, he's starred in countless movies and TV series, produced several projects, and interviewed hundreds of celebrities as the host of "Extra." Despite his wildly successful career, there is one thing he'll never be able to live down: his "Saved by the Bell" mullet.
What was behind the "business in the front, party in the back" hairstyle? Had Mario known about the potential ridicule surrounding the 'do, he might have done things a little differently. "I didn't know I had a mullet!" he claims. "At the time, Steven Seagal and Mel Gibson had those little ponytails. … It was an unintentional mullet with too much product; it was horrible all the way around."
Mario also shared a fact about his current coif. "I actually suffer from thinning hair, especially when I get stressed out, so I try to stay on top of that," he says. The star started working with Nioxin, which offers thinning-hair-s...Read More »
- Ali Wentworth | Daily Shot | Thu, Apr 24, 2014 11:17 AM EDT | Comments
"Deadliest Catch" follows captains and their crews who risk their lives in fishing vessels in the Bering Sea. One of those captains is Keith Colburn, the head of crab-fishing boat "The Wizard," and even he was surprised when he realized how popular the reality show is with one particular audience.
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"There's a huge female following," Keith says of the show. The captain recalled a promotion at a supermarket in Texas where he asked a group of excited female fans why they watch. They said, "Seven guys on a boat! All guys and it's real dangerous, duh."
The danger might be thrilling to watch on television, but it's completely serious for the captain, who protects his crew in life-threatening situations nearly every year at sea. The scariest situation he's ever been in? Almost losing his entire crew in Season 5. "I took a gigantic wave that almost took out six guys in one fell swoop," Keith says. "That was one of the worst."