The Guinness world record for the longest TV talk-show marathon is 33 hours, held by Frank Morano, who hosted MoranoVision from March 19 to 20, 2005, in Staten Island, New York. Previously, two other men kept talking on the air for 30 hours: Zoltán Kováry in Budapest in 2003, and Vador Lladó in Barcelona in 2002. Oprah can’t hold a candle to any of these guys.
But wait. “I can do 33 hours,” boasts Jack E Jett, the host of Q Television’s Queer Edge with Jack E Jett. “I am going to pursue this,” he tells us. Developing.