Sunday, February 1
From the BRI's 16th Edition:
Actor Jack Lemon once told this story: "In the early 1970s I received an award, and I had a chauffeur who told me he wanted to be a comedian. He said, 'Mr. Lemon, if I'm successful, I want to be your neighbor in Beverly Hills.'"
Who was that chauffeur?
a) Rodney Dangerfield
b) Lemon's driver, Bill Papp. "Kid," Lemon said. "You're not funny. But if you work for me, at least you'll pay the rent."
c) Jay Leno
d) Dr. Phil (He decided nagging people was easier than comedy.)
For the answer, click here.