A Connecticut college has initiated a program to keep their interns away from the talk show host's nefarious clutches.
]]>A rep from Quinnipiac University tells People: "Due to recent circumstances we will have a discussion with those in charge of placing our interns at the David Letterman show in the
How will they do this? By placing only male interns? Or by placing only unattractive female interns? Wait, that may not work.
Anyone else think the university is being shortsighted? Let's be realistic. The interns could sleep with Letterman, claim sexual harassment, write a book about it, then turn it into a screenplay and become rich and famous. It's a career-making move.
And I'm sorry, but I find the concept of David Letterman as a sexual predator somewhat amusing.
But it's nice to see the always holier-than-thou Letterman demonized, isn't it?
Just for a change of pace from the usual suspects: Sarah Palin, Bristol Palin, Elliot Spitzer, John McCain, and Bill Clinton.
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Photo: Letterman and an attractive unidentified guest arrive at the show in 1994. Credit: WireImage