Coffee, Tea ... or Richard Kirshenbaum?

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Sassy Richard of kirshenbaum + bond is launching a show on Plum called Creative Lunch. Think Oprah, except people will be picking at food while weighing in on almighty Creativity. Slated guests include Martha Stewart, Matt Lauer, and David and Dylan Lauren.

We've seen Richard talk before. He's mesmerizing, especially when he does that swishy thing with his hair. Also, he never ever capitalizes anything.

Hurry for self-fellating agency heads. Now here is a promotional image of Richard barefoot. (The PR company sent it to us, except 34098343908 times bigger.)

No word yet on the debut of a "k" magazine, featuring Richard on the cover in various states of simper, following the success of the talk show. We're sure they're working on it though.

by Angela Natividad    Apr- 9-08   Click to Comment   
Topic: Agencies, Online, Strange, Television   

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I sit on my exercise ball bare-assed if anyone wants a picture of that?

Posted by: Floyd Hayes on April 10, 2008 9:16 AM

Saw a clip of this "show." Must say, it left me rather baffled. If they gave Resort-Area-Ego-TV Emmys for "Best Head Nod," he might be a shoe-in. Ms. K's trademark "flamboyance" was nowhere in evidence. His guest's responses were greeted with barely-awake nods. He seems to have over-listened to probable suggestions to "butch it up and keep it down." There must be a happy medium between being a needy camera-hog and a frosted lump-on-a-log. Hopefully, he will be able to dig deep down and find within h'self some engaging (and engaged) charm. Sparkle, Richie... sparkle!! Then again, impossible dreams are sometimes just that.

Posted by: plum-confused on June 26, 2008 8:33 AM

After hearing kirshenbaun giving his analysis of the Superbowl ads today, he'll never have to worry about receiving any of our firms business. I'm amazed folks still listen to him. Color him 'Tired' not wired... next.

Posted by: Veritas Vincit on February 3, 2009 12:44 PM

Am wondering how good VV's "firm" is when he doesn't know how to capitalize, spell or use punctuation.

My guess is, disgruntled ad exec who never got past the front door at KB.

Posted by: um... on March 22, 2009 8:30 PM







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