Keep the green room stocked

Late night or prime time, drinking liquor on television can get you in trouble, as ABC’s <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB004392" title="Jimmy Kimmel" href="/topic/entertainment/television/jimmy-kimmel-PECLB004392.topic">Jimmy Kimmel</a> learned in his early days as a talk show host. But keeping the beverages backstage can lead to some memorable moments. We learned this when director <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB003817" title="Quentin Tarantino" href="/topic/entertainment/quentin-tarantino-PECLB003817.topic">Quentin Tarantino</a> visited your show to promote “Kill Bill” and made your green room sound like it needed a bouncer. For better or worse, these are the moments that go viral.
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Late night or prime time, drinking liquor on television can get you in trouble, as ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel learned in his early days as a talk show host. But keeping the beverages backstage can lead to some memorable moments. We learned this when director Quentin Tarantino visited your show to promote “Kill Bill” and made your green room sound like it needed a bouncer. For better or worse, these are the moments that go viral.

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