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Seattle's favorite girlfriend Rachel Flotard (of Visqueen and general Rachel Flotard fame) is helping Neko Case on her performance on David Letterman tonight!
Also sharing the stage will be Eric Bachmann (Archers of Loaf/Crooked Fingers) on guitar.
Like the watching recent Jimmy Fallon episodes didn't already remind you that Dave is King, here's another reason. Let's watch Paul drool over the double trouble duo of Neko and Rachel!
This isn't at all indie-pop related -- it is more pop culture related, which I love nearly as much... and it is so mega fantastic I have to share.
I've been trying to figure out which TV stage set diorama is my favorite. Family Ties (above) Facts of Life vs Brady Bunch vs Alice vs The Price is Right vs Three's Company? I can't wait for him to finish the Mama's Family set.
What vintage TV stage would you want him to recreate? Laverne & Shirley would be cool.
For all of us who missed Moz when he was at the Paramount Theater a while back (ether because we aren't good planners or too cheap for the pricey tickets), we can see a mini-performance on David Letterman tonight! Other notable things? Hmm...
Nick Park and Aardman Animations graced us with an American version of Creature Comforts, and CBS cancelled it after three airings. I knew it was too good/clever/subtle to last on American network TV.
This is the kind of week of late night TV I can get behind. Bright Eyes will be performing TWICE!
It's rerun week for late night hosts this week, so we get to relive some of our favorites of the past few months. The landscape is littered with political (albeit interesting) candidates this week, but don't fear 'cause next week we're getting a couple of really exciting musical guests.
Veronica Mars adopts the Battlestar Galactica cuss word "frak" in this sweet dollop of pomo goodness.
Wow -- Wednesday night seems to be the big night for cool folks to appear on TV. I'm especially excited that Bob Barker is making an appearance. I wonder why he's kinda slumming it and not on Letterman or Leno? Is it a network thing?
For as many listings we've got this week, there's nothing I'm super excited about. Amy Sedaris is always a hoot (she and Letterman have quite the banter). Kaiser Chiefs are all over the place, and Alice Cooper chatting up Carson Daly (or vice versa) could be interesting.
Time for the weekly "As Seen On TV" post! There's something every night that makes it worth programming your VCR.