NEW YORK CITY - The CBS Super Bowl commercial that featured David Letterman, Jay Leno, and Oprah Winfrey, was only two-thirds correct.
Although Leno and Letterman were in the studio when the commercial was filmed, Oprah was not.
She was in Coos Bay, Oregon, tending to some business in regards to the forest that she is in the process of buying.
Winfrey is very close to closing the deal that will give her ownership of the 18,000 acre Nathan B. Forrest Forest. She has been trying to purchase that particular piece of property for the past three years.
New York's Liberty Statue of Limitation's Ad Agency senior account's representative Fran Courthiggle was in charge of filming the Super Bowl commercial.
She stated that at first she feared that they would have to cancel the shooting of the commercial due to Ms. Winfrey not being present.
But then one of the commercial assistants noticed that there was a tremendous likeness between Oprah Winfrey and her stunt double Henrietta Flickwell.
Other agency executives agreed and decided to film the 15 second commercial with David Letterman, Jay Leno, and Henrietta Flickwell (as Oprah).
Flickewell was asked how Leno and Letterman got alone during the shoot. She replied that they shot the commercial in one take and that both talk show hosts did not say one word to each other except for Letterman who muttered under his breath, "Chin boy."
Letterman was dressed in an Indianapolis Colts number 70 football jersey, Jay was dressed in blue jeans and a blue denim farm shirt which made him look like someone who feeds chickens, slops the hogs, and denuts the horses
Oprah's stunt double was dressed all in orange which made her look like a giant pumpkin.
In other news. Jennifer Aniston has emailed all of the guys she has dated in the past six months and asked that they not email her, text her, or call her so that she can concentrate totally on getting back with Brad (Pitt).