"Funny-man" Robin Williams has checked out of rehab (which he entered in July after a spat with his wife) and moved in with a "sober friend" who is helping keep him in line.
I'm guessing the friend won't be sober for long, if he's living with Robin Williams.
Williams' return to the outside world comes just weeks before the release of his new film, Man of the Year, about a comedian who runs for president of the United States. The movie was directed by Barry Levinson, who hasn't made a good picture since Diner. And Robin Williams hasn't been funny since, well, ever. So this thing ought to really be a hoot.
A line from Man of the Year: "Politicians and diapers should be changed often and for the same reason." Wow, Hollywood writers are now taking their jokes straight from bumper-stickers.
When do we get to vote on Robin Williams never being allowed to open his mouth in public again?
Friday, September 22, 2006