CU@USC has been the University of Southern California’s premier college talk show for the past 10 years. Our show is filmed live every weeknight from 6:30 to 7pm and airs on the USC cable network, Trojan Vision, a completely student run television station. In addition, we are broadcast nightly on Los Angeles city cable station LA36 and are currently expanding to many different markets. CU@USC also streams live at www.trojanvision.com.
CU@USC is committed to highlighting life in Los Angeles – everything from the local government to the entertainment industry to social life to non-profit organizations. Past guests of CU@USC have included: Steven Spielberg, Brent Bolthouse, George Lucas, Jason Lee, Andrew Niccol, Tom Hanks, Colin Farrell, Bill Lawrence, Jeff Margolis, 30 Seconds to Mars, Anderson Cooper, Fiona Apple, Sarah Silverman, Pulitzer prize winner Michael Cunningham, Alfred Molina, and Hanson, among many, many others.
And tonight they’ve decided to interview me. Live. Live television. Totally live.
Which means, of course, I’m going to end up sitting down in that chair, bouncing in place for a second, and the next thing I know my mouth will have me saying, “Colin Farrell sat here!”
And then somehow, I know it, I’ll be trying to answer a question about Blogger or something, and end up saying the word “douche.” On live television.
Wait…I think there’s a fifteen minute delay. That’s enough time to save me from myself if I do anything terribly inappropriate, like get all Texas high and mighty on them, right? For that one time of the year I care about football? When USC gets its ass kicked?
Aw, see? I’m already doing it. I’ll try to be on my best behavior. With my big-girl manners.
The good news is I can’t watch it. But you can, tonight at 7:30 Pacific.