The Letterman monologue. "Now Spitzer will have to pay women to call him 'Governor.'"
Letterman's "Top 10 surprises during Spitzer's resignation."
Lewis Black on Letterman speculates about what "extras" would need to be included to be worth $4300. Actually, this clip gets dull. I quit 1/3 of the way through. Is Lewis Black funny enough anymore to be a comedian?
Let's see what "The Daily Show" came up with last night. They're mocking the TV coverage of Spitzer's car moving through traffic... and it ends with a slightly funny trailer for a movie called "Tainted Gov."
And here's Colbert. This is the funniest one because he "is the meat in a Spitzer sandwich."
But generally, I think the comedians are getting lazy on this comedy material. The story seems so richly hilarious to them that they're forgetting to add much new value at this point. I say raise your game, comedy writers. You've been given this immense opportunity and from those to whom much is given, much is expected.