After taking viewers inside the process of how The New Yorker selects its cartoons on last night’s “60 Minutes,” Morley Safer shared some of his favorite cartoons from the magazine over the years in “60 Minutes Overtime.”
One of his proudest moments was being part of one of the cartoons, Safer says. “It’s a commentary on the fact that HD television will pick out every small fault in your clothes, in your face, in whatever,” he said, showing a cartoon of a family watching him on TV, debating “what that thing on Morley Safer’s neck is.”
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