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Tuesday, 5 February 2013

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One of Bob Dylan's favorite guitars which was given to him by Buddy Holly.

HOLLYWOOD - Plans are in the works for Regis Philbin and Larry King's new daytime talk show The Viagra View to premier towards the end of February.

The Epitome Television Network has stated that they are very confident that the new male version of The View will garner better ratings than the Barbara Walters version of The View.

TV Clickerworld has just announced that ETN has hired 60s folk music icon Bob Dylan to be the musical director on The Viagra View.

Dylan, who is 71, was asked to comment on his new position. He grinned and replied, "Well the answer my friend is blowing in the wind."

TVC's Sangria Wine asked Dylan if he feels that his legendary music is still pertinent in today's modernistic world.

Dylan took a sip of his Bacardi and Coke and replied, "Does Michelle Obama have bangs? Did Mitt 'The Flip-Flopper' Romney get his butt kicked in the presidential election? and Is Ellen DeGeneres a lesbianite?"

Wine took that as a definite yes.

Larry King, 79, was asked to comment on Dylan being chosen to lead the shows band. He smiled as he chomped down on a Boysenberry Bagel and replied that he has always had the utmost respect for Bobby (Dylan) and added that he'd rather have him leading the band than Willie Nelson, or Hank Williams, Jr., or even Kanye "The Pest" West.

The 81-year old Regis Philbin, who was taking a cap full of Geritol Super X, stated that he has always liked Dylan's music and replied that his second favorite all-time song is "Like A Rolling Stone."

[EDITOR'S NOTE: Philbin was asked what his favorite all-time song is and he answered that it was "Ringo" by Lorne Green.]

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