Naked Ashley Greene On Late Night Shows!

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Wednesday, 10 February 2010

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The recent scramble over Jay Leno and Conan O'Brien has brought to the surface the fact that there are either too many late night talk shows or not enough guests.

"It's gotten so bad lately that we have even invited other Late Night Talk Show hosts to visit our show and we visit them in return", says CBS representative. "Let's face it, many of these are on daytime with Oprah and Ellen, etc.

"The other night, Kimmel had the AFLAC duck on his show. That's how desperate we are."

Out of frustration, the network bosses are asking if their guests can wear as little as possible or be totally nude but only be seen behind a screen that shows outlines but not the person.

"It's possible, as we come on very late at night and it sure would sell out the audience", added Bill Myers of NBC. Of course, I don't trust Letterman on this. Can we trust Letterman?"

"We could give him salt peter pills like they doing Tiger Woods over at the sex addiction clinic in Mississippi."

Then another rep stated that it might be good if the host had sex BEFORE the show that might do the trick...no pun intended.

"Yeah, but I can just imagine a naked Ashley Greene sitting there and Leno stating, "And your new movie..is it a movie? I mean, beeble bluss fromage. I need a tissue for my chins. Better make it a box."

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