Laugh Track....Fear The Brow
ABC's Jimmy Kimmel: "It was opening day for baseball today. Remember baseball? It used to be our national past time, before Facebook? I'm glad baseball is back. I was getting sick of only paying $2 for a beer. This year, I'm going to try something different. I'm going to root, root, root for the road team and that way if they don't win, I feel no shame at all. For those who find baseball too fast-paced, the 76th annual Masters golf tournament started today in Augusta, Georgia. As is the annual tradition, the Augusta National golf club is being criticized. They have a long-standing policy of only allowing men to be members of their club. ... What people don't seem to understand, the reason they don't admit women has nothing to do with sexism. They are just trying to keep them away from Tiger Woods. He needs to focus. ... A lot of guys are rooting for him, which – if you are married, particularly if you are married to a woman – could be a tough thing to do because Tiger Woods is about as popular with women as chlamydia" ("Jimmy Kimmel Live," ABC, 4/5).
Kentucky C Anthony Davis appeared on last night's "Jimmy Kimmel Live," where Kimmel introduced him by saying Davis was "19 years old, already, he's got one national title and one eyebrow." Davis said of the crowd at the airport in Lexington that welcomed the team back after winning the national championship, "We got off the plane, 3,000 fans outside the airport waving. Babies out there with unibrows, it was crazy." Kimmel: "People have kind of zeroed in on your eyebrow and – looks like your mustache is just going to match there. But is that – is that something you like?" Davis said of his eyebrows: "When I first got to Kentucky ... I thought, 'I need to cut this.' After awhile, I decided, it's me, it's my brand." Kimmel: "You're going to keep that forever? Is that the plan?" Davis: "That's my plan. Keep it forever. No need to cut it. ... I'm trying to set a new trend" ("Jimmy Kimmel Live," ABC, 4/5).