Secretary of Defense William Cohen visited Mr. King's neighborhood and waffled with Larry about the Iraq staredown. It was a beautiful day in the neighborhood when the next visitor, Democratic National Committee head Roy Romer, said that the contribution business is better than ever. Oh -- and he believes the President. Larry wrapped it up with the usual suspects: morality mogul Bill Bennett, Bob Squier (playing the Democrat) and Ed Rollins. Can you say b-o-r-i-n-g? Sure you can!
After Tuesday night's Karla Faye weeper, "Nightline" was back to nuts and bolts with explainers on two enemies Clinton can't do without: the rabid right and the ravenous press. The press segment was better, a cameraman's-eye view of a grand jury stakeout.
The Monica-joke well is getting seriously dry. The funniest moment of the night belonged to diminutive ex-labor secretary Robert Reich on "PI," claiming deadpan that in 30 years of friendship, Clinton had never tried to kiss him -- "not even a fondle." Odd. He's so cute, too.