I hate to say it but he looks like sh*t with the beard. The two geezers on the end were cuter than he was. Poor Joan looks like a total freak now. Still funny, though.
Joan Rivers hasn't been funny since 1979
Damn, gurlfriend Jake is so nelly. Soft. I see a young Richard Chamberlain.
It would have been funnier if she'd said, "I've never liked any of your beards."
I thought it was mostly funny. It certainly was an odd assortment of guests. I liked the Top Gear guys. Need to find their show and watch it.
I will say that I am over the Brokeback Mountain jokes. Even from Graham Norton. They aren't funny.
Jake looked like he was trying to stay in Joan River's good graces.The beard is for a play he's in, so hopefully it will be gone when the play ends whenever that is. He looks awful with it.
Jaysus, but Joan looks terrible. She looks like a wax figure, if her face gets too close to heat it will melt.
when all you naysayers are 80 fucking years old, i'd like to see what you all look like. Joan is remarkable, and damn funny. and doesn't give a damn who she cuts to ribbons. the comment about not liking beards because they remind her of the Kardisians in the morning...priceless!
Joan Rivers is a fierce ass bitch of a fighter. She clawed her way to the top, fell the hell down, and clawed her way back. Leave her be.
She was born in 1933 and was quick witted enough to ask Jake Gyllenhaal if his beard was itchy. Come on now!
I am linking to her Comedy Central Roast because it was one of the finest ones. Why was it one of the finest ones? Because it was for Joan 'fucking' Rivers, bitches!
[quote]It would have been funnier if she'd said, "I've never liked any of your beards."
That would have been fabulous! The "old" Joan would've done that. But she's getting older.
Jake comes off so boring. He should do interviews in the nude.
Poor Austin Nichols.
I saw the play Jake is in and there is no reason for him to have that beard in it.
Do you get to see it on YouTUbe before it comes on BBC AMerica? They are on TV next Saturday.
I saw the play too, and he created a character who looks like that. So what. Do you know the director? Do you know the playwright? His character is a loser. Umkempt and unattractive.
His shabby wardrobe, long greasy hair, and scraggily beard are the physical manifestations of the guy he plays.
For a split second, occasionally, Jake looks hot. Mostly he looks interbred.
interbred? how does that work exactly? and i thought Jake looked quite nice, and loved the embarrassed act he put on.
Oh gosh! Joan will probably rape Jake in the dressing room.
[quote] if her face gets too close to heat it will melt
Well, there you go--proof that Jake is not, after all, flaming.
Graham's back? Thanks
[R3] Soft? Did you not see him in that Iceland trip?
There was an icy canyon. Jake pulled himself across the canyon while clinging to a rope. And it was cold, believe me!
Hey, Jake did what any sane person would do if they find themselves seated next to Joan Rivers on a TV show. Try to remain calm, step back, and give her the floor. She'll take it anyway. Joanie was hysterical last night. Aside from the prompts, even Graham was getting out of the way of Steamroller Joan.
Jake looks hotter with the beard.
Joan was a hoot at the end of the video clip. Jake was good too, but he's got to lose that beard pronto when his play in NYC is over.
[quote]Joan Rivers is a fierce ass bitch of a fighter. She clawed her way to the top, fell the hell down, and clawed her way back. Leave her be.
Many people clawed their way to the top. That doesn't mean if they become grotesque through self-mutilation and too old to be on TV I should watch them.
Go fuck yourself.