'The Good Wife's' Chris Noth Offers Advice to Anthony Weiner
"It will all be forgotten in a month," says Noth.
Chris Noth plays a political philanderer on CBS drama The Good Wife. So he has a few words of advice for the married New York Rep. Anthony Weiner, who is embroiled in a "Weinergate" scandal for Tweeting sexy photos of himself to women.
"Poor guy. You know, it was kind of stupid to have a name like Weiner and then be doing that when you're a politician," Noth jokes to the New York Post's Page Six. PHOTOS AND NEWS: The latest on the Weinergate fallout
Singing to the tune of John Lennon's "Imagine," Noth went on "Imagine if sex didn't matter in politics, what would it be like? A lot of horny politicians, but they'd still be in office, so who cares?"
Does he see similarities with Weiner's wife, Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin, and his TV wife, Julianna Margulies, who sticks by his side? VIDEO: Late-night TV hosts' best Weinergate jokes
"She looks like a really classy lady. I thicken she's staying out of it," says Noth. "It will all be forgotten in a month."
Noth thinks Weiner should "get back to work politically. He needs to talk to Charlie Sheen to figure it all out!" STORY: Keith Olbermann's advice for Weiner
Of the media coverage of Weinergate, he adds, "I think media has changed our society not for the better. I think we would never have a John F. Kennedy with you guys around . . . I'd rather have f--ked some lady than f--k the country."
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