Monday's A.M. Hot Clicks
Actor Matthew Perry is a regular at Kings game. He was in attendance Friday night when Los Angeles closed out St. Louis in Game 6. (Kings forward Dustin Penner scored a key goal, so clearly, Hot Clicks' support has been a good luck charm for him and the team.) Earlier that day, Perry's latest TV show, Go On, was canceled by NBC. For some reason, Fox Sports West sideline reporter Dan Moriarty decided to congratulate Perry on this news. Perry tried to let Moriarty off the hook, but the reporter reiterated the congratulatory message.
The No. 1 controversy of the NBA playoffs has been the daily soap opera involving Bulls guard Derrick Rose. To get some insight on what Rose has been dealing with, let's take a look at his GMail inbox.
What should you do if you're at an NHL playoff game and you're eight months pregnant and you start having contractions? Based on this fan's experience, you don't worry about the birth of your child. You stay and watch the end of the game.
Check out the impressive nimbleness of this large Dodgers fans.
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A recent skit on the Tonight Show was supposed to feature a fake newscaster scaring/interviewing people at a gas pump. In the case of one endearing couple, though, they turned out to be great singers and performers. Personally, I'm not 100 percent convinced this is legit, but since they love the '80s, I'm going to overlook that. (Thanks to Joaquin Paolo, of Hong Kong, for the video.)
UPDATE: Yup, staged and fake. Of course Jay Leno couldn't do something original and funny.