Written by Abel Rodriguez
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Monday, 3 September 2012

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Clint Eastwood's political comedy tour will be using a barber's chair in the skit. (Photo by El NiƱo).

CARMEL, California - A representative with Falling Stars Production Company has stated that after watching Clint Eastwood's empty chair skit at The Republican National Convention the 82-year-old legendary icon has been signed to a contract.

Myrtie "Bubbles" Pugglebaum, 31, with FSPC, said that Eastwood has been booked on The Pacific Coast Highway Political Comedy Tour.

His first gig will be in Santa Barbara's Earthquake 3.9 Arena on September 8. That date will be followed by shows in Carpinteria, Ventura, and Malibu.

Ms. Pugglebaum divulged that Eastwood will be performing a 13-minute skit similar to the one he performed in Tampa, except that he will use language that will be littered with lots and lots of expletives, euphemisms, and vulgarisms.

She quipped that he will also be using several Spanish words since it is California after all.

Pico de Gallo with Tittle Tattle Tonight asked Ms. Pugglebaum how much Mr. Eastwood was being paid for the 4-city political comedy tour.

She replied that it was no one's business but hers and Eastwood's.

[EDITOR'S NOTE: I spoke with an extremely reliable source, Ryan Seacrest and he informed me that Clint Eastwood is being paid a total of $200,000 for the four shows.]

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