Julianna Margulies And Her Amazing Gams Awkwardly Talk Clooney with Letterman
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Julianna Margulies And Her Amazing Gams Awkwardly Talk Clooney with Letterman

By Dustin Rowles | Videos | November 12, 2013 | Comments ()

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First of all, Julianna Margulies is 47 years old, people, and look at her! She has the Connie Britton/Carla Gugino gene, in which she seems to look better as she ages. And those gams, yo! They’re mesmerizing, which is why her interview with Letterman last night seemed particularly delightful, despite the sort of awkward back-and-forth at times. It may have been because she hadn’t been adequately prepped, as a last-minute fill-in after a cancellation (Margulies lives in New York, as The Good Wife is filmed in Brooklyn, which I had not realized).

Anyway, the banter on Clooney that opens the segment is pretty great, although after that it’s just a lot of awkward laughter, but you can get through that torment by keeping your eyes focused on Margulies’ legs.

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  • BlackRabbit

    It sounds like the title of a traveling show. One I would happily watch whilst eating circus peanuts.

  • WillSmithSpreadsAids

    I wanted to make a comment without saying something sexually perverse about Julianna so I should stop typing now.

  • Professor Sara

    Do you know how I know it's filmed in New York? Because two weeks ago when they had pizza delivered to Alicia's apartment, it was big and flat, with none of that Chicago deep dish goodness.

    Try harder, show.

  • Arran


    It's actually kind of a curious choice to set something in Chicago but film it in New York. I would've thought Chicago would be cheaper to shoot in.

  • Berry

    "Thin crust pizza? No thank you, I'm from Chicago."

  • Professor Sara

    Yeah, but if you're going out of your way to be a Chicago show, why not use the famous Chicago pizza? Seems like a simple enough shorthand for viewers. DEEP DISH! YOU KNOW, LIKE CHICAGO!

  • Pajiba_Pragmatist

    Letterman comes off as a dick in this interview. Calling her a "big shot" when she's pretty clearly trying to tell a story about how she and her family make the holidays work.

    "Non-sequitor asshole" seems to be Letterman's style with her.

  • Berry

    I do not understand how it's possible for a human being to look good in a skintight leather dress. It shouldn't be possible, and yet, here we are.

  • Maguita NYC

    It was exactly my thought as she walked to the stage! The dress somehow looks classy yet sexy. Which is very hard to accomplish in figure-hugging leather (pleather?)

  • Berry

    Yes, exactly. It must be magic.

  • Maguita NYC

    An absolutely gorgeous woman no question about it. But her self-confidence and the way she handles David with tact and a sense of humor makes her that much more sexy!

  • zeke_the_pig

    God bless that Britton/Gugino gene.
    Also, is it just me or is Letterman getting more and more horizontal in that chair as the years go by? At this rate he'll be resting his legs on his guests' laps in about 5 years.

  • Fabius_Maximus

    I call it the McBride gene, because holy hell! Melissa McBride looks even better than those two.

  • Word. In something as grungy as TWD, McBride is visibly beautiful.

  • John G.

    Or they could do the interview from his bed at home with Paul doing music from the easy chair on the side of the bed.

  • BWeaves

    Whoa! She's working those legs. I'm jealous.

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