[JPL] Wynton on The Daily Show

Jeff Turton jturton at comcast.net
Thu Mar 8 06:05:37 EST 2007


Wynton was fine, kept it fairly serious though a chuckle or two. I  
thought Jon did a good job. He seemed to have done enough of his  
homework to make the interview comfortable. I checked the usual  
online video sources and it hasn't been posted yet but I'm sure it  
will by mid-day. Stephen Colbert had a fun riff with Jon on the  
transition.

Jeff



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