I don’t think so.
So why is he a judge?
Fast forward 17 years, and Charlie is now a leading part of a group called Improv Anywhere (which he started). They do hilarious things.
Yesterday I was reading a friend from seminary’s blog, and lo and behold-- there’s Charlie doing his thing:
On the first show, a pair came on that really hit on something good. They present themselves as a “Christian folk duo with a message” and (after looking them up on the web) I think they really are Christians who are also comedians and want to poke fun at the sub-culture that has, sadly, emerged as perhaps representative of Christianity in our world. Here’s their first clip:
Here are the funniest (and cleverest) ones I found this year:
PC Actor Charged with Assault. "How do you like them apples?"
Introducing G-Mail "Custom Time." A great idea for really messing with peoples' minds.
April Fools' Stories You Shouldn't Believe. A funny collection of non-headlines.
I'll add more if I see them.
UPDATE: two more...
Wikipedia, the online (and community-edited) encyclopedia, offered a fun spin on their regular "On This Day" piece on their front/main page.
You might also enjoy their fictitious front-page Article of the Day on Ima Hogg.