Instant Index: Saying Goodbye to the Iconic Voice of SNL, Don Pardo

Diane Sawyer reveals the stories people have been buzzing about all week.
1:32 | 08/19/14

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Transcript for Instant Index: Saying Goodbye to the Iconic Voice of SNL, Don Pardo
-- -- our instant index trending topics tonight first sleep a new ranking of the city to get the most and the least -- Melbourne Australia apparently gets the -- -- six hours and 58 minutes a night. The only American city that comes close to that Orlando six hours and 56 minutes. And the most sleep deprived city we know about. Tokyo averaging five hours 44 minutes. And a passing -- -- tonight a man whose voice was kind of starting gun for an American tradition. Don Pardo and his percussive baritone introducing the very first episode of SNL Saturday Night Live in 1975. And for nearly forty years that followed. He started in radio worked on other TV hits Your Show of Shows the price is right and also in jeopardy. Don Pardo was 96. For the kind of shocked tonight for fans Katy Perry Rihanna and cold play all three are reportedly on the short list for the halftime show at the Super Bowl. But talk about a trick play word tonight the NFL is reportedly asking these -- to pay eight to get the gig. To -- -- a portion of profits from their -- after the super ball even though the NFL already post billions of dollars in revenue. Every year.

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