October 2, 2011
In his last regularly scheduled appearance on "60 Minutes," Andy Rooney says, "I've done a lot of complaining here, but of all the things I've complained about, I can't complain about my life."
Andy Rooney says that his financial situation is "comfortable" and imagines all the changes he'd make to his life if he was rich. Watch Video »
Andy Rooney loves watching football. He went to Miami for this year's Super Bowl and collected an armload of souvenirs. Watch Video »
Andy Rooney looks back at some of his favorite Christmas broadcasts from years past. Watch Video »
Andy Rooney gives accolades to former presidents Thomas Jefferson and Franklin D. Roosevelt, pointing out that even their names sounded presidential. Watch Video »
They come in all shapes and sizes, and can make political or fashion statements, although Andy Rooney prefers his simple and black. Rooney notes that everyone turns to an umbrella eventually. Watch Video »
Andy Rooney remembers what it was like growing up during the Great Depression. He was the rich kid on the block with a live-in maid. Watch Video »
Andy Rooney's office is packed with things he's deemed worth saving, but a calendar from the nineties causes him to wonder whether he is saving memories or clutter. Watch Video »
Andy Rooney says he's never met a bad dog at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. But he thinks differently about some of the handlers. Watch Video »
Reading newspapers is part of Andy Rooney's daily routine, but often poorly written headlines disinterest or confuse him. Watch Video »
Andy Rooney wonders "why in the world anyone would want to be president of the United States?" Watch Video »
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