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Late Show with David Letterman, The - Boom Mic
In the above mentioned episode, during one point in the interview with Kathie Lee, a boom mic can be seen in the top left hand corner.
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The episode of Letterman where he interviews Kathie Lee Gifford about how she was fired.
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Dylan Rush on 03-10-2000
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XFuge97 writes:
If the boom mic is all that you wre able to see, then thats pretty good. Things like that happen more often than you might think in live TV. Just a side note...The Late Show is actually taped around 530 in the afternoon, and then is edited down..it is basically taped exactly how it is seen on tv. It is also not uncommon to see the studio cameras in the background of some shots. It's really not a big deal, and thus cant really be called a slipup.
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zoso dude writes:
So? It's a talkshow. If it was a show with acting, that would be bad, but this isn't. It doesn't matter if the mic is there. You can see other cameras sometimes too, but these things aren't slip-ups.
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Trigger writes:
The boom mic cant count as a slip up. This happens quite often. Once on The Tonight Show back when Johnny Carson was still on, Burt Reynolds actually reached up and grabbed the mic when it got too low once.
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warren writes:
No! This type of show is live and although it should not happen, it sometimes does. In the movies, they have weeks/months to look over the film and retake the bad scenes. I give you full points for noticing but none for the slipup itself.
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liquidmonky writes:
try spelling "mic" right next time
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