I got this in the e-mail box about ten minutes ago:
After I took a breather from all the sarcastic possibilities ricocheting through my head like bumpers on a pinball machine, I began to entertain serious thoughts about what question I would ask. I have it narrowed down to: “If Robert Osborne is all powerful, could he create a classic film so big that even he couldn’t lift it?” or “Why did you tell viewers sometime back that Odds Against Tomorrow (1959) features Harry Belafonte ‘with nary a song in sight’ when his character sings and plays the marimba/xylophone in a nightclub?”
If you can come up with a question on your own, have at it in the comments section. Or if you’re really serious, here’s the dropping-off point for all Osborne queries.