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The two were introduced by a mutual friend at a California sports bar in 1988, the same year she also appeared in a Playboy pictorial called “Women of Washington.” During that first meeting, they did not feel love at first site. The subject of [Brown] didn’t come up in my car ride home,” Sajak told People at the time.Brown then went back to her home in Maryland, but they kept in touch. I finally met Marty about six or eight years ago so we had a chance to talk about it a little bit. Did you ever consider becoming a standup comedian early in your career? I've written some humorous pieces, and I tweet a little bit. You should give Steve Martin a run for his money when it comes to number of followers. They were modestly amusing tweets, but I would get up in the morning thinking, 'Oh my God. And the problem is, there were not enough celebrities to fill all that, so they had to manufacture celebrities, and the way to do that is with reality shows. And the people you've seen throughout those 25 years, they look pretty normal, because you kind of got used to them getting old. If they had to remove something for health reasons, that would be one thing. But the one thing I do do, and I'm happy to admit, because a lot of people do it, if I let my hair be normal it would be mostly gray, but gray with streaks in it. Our favorite sidekick -- lovable deputy sheriff Barney Fife (aka Don Knotts) -- took home five Emmys, and, rightfully so, but it's shocking that Andy was never recognized by the Academy.
You have to say what's up there whether there's two letters showing or they're all showing. They'll come to me before a show and say, 'That lady's from the Philippines and these letters are a little challenging for her,' or whatever it is, and be careful. It's very easy, and I understand the impulse of viewers to say, 'Just give it to him.' Well, that's fine, except there are two other players who are supposed to be playing by the rules too. At the time when we went to commercial, he turned to me and said, 'I have no idea what I said.' And it happens. You've hosted Wheel of Fortune for 31 years, and Bob Barker hosted for 35 years. I try to be polite and I laugh back, but I'm going to start charging them $250 and make some money. I think it would be very hard to work with someone for as long as we worked together and really have a romantic relationship. But it's been perfect for me, and I've talked to her about it, and I think for her too.
Oh, yes, he nailed the correct pronunciation of c-u-r-i-o. Number two is there are rules on the show, and the rule is, you have to say the puzzle. So we are scrupulous in trying to be fair to people. ' And what interests me is that each person who asks it laughs as if it's the cleverest thing they ever heard, and they're sure it's the first time I've ever heard it. Besides which, we've gone through various boyfriends and girlfriends and marriages on each side, and that's kind of kept us on the straight and narrow. You know, the thing is, my life's been fine, it's been great.
First of all, the people who wrote about it, a lot of them didn't know what they were talking about, like, 'He lost a million dollars.' Well, he didn't lose a million dollars. And I'd also like to leave before people tune in and see me and go, 'What the hell happened to him? I'm in a contract that will take me at least another couple of years. One of the funnier Martin Short sketches on was the Ed Grimley character who was obsessed with Pat Sajak. In fact it's funny because at the time, I didn't watch the show very often. When all that was going on, I was not a viewer of it. People would come up to me and start twitching and doing this weird impression [of Ed Grimley] and saying what a decent guy [I was] or something like that. But the idea of standing at a comedy club in front of a couple hundred people, 50 of whom are drunk and heckling you, fills me with dread. " I said, 'Okay.' So it's only been a couple of months.
That would be kind of nice, leave it in good hands. When I did the talk show on CBS there was an opening monologue, and I kind of stopped that. I've got to tweet something funny.' And it got to be too much. And then a few years later people said, "Why don't you try it again? For example, Justin Bieber has a gazillion followers, but are they really interested in anything he's saying? (Laughs) I try to be sort of broad based in what I tweet. They're celebrity factories, where you can make new celebrities that you can cover, and they become celebrities, and then you have a reason to have your celebrity show. ' Barney' may have gotten all the laughs, but ' Andy' set 'em up!
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