Judy and I are in bed—obviously covered up—and as I'm going down, Judy's having this monologue in her head.
“Stephen Colbert is here, ladies and gentlemen,” Letterman said during his monologue.
Eastwood got a standing ovation and bowed at the end as if he had just performed a monologue from a play.
Ellen's monologue was so very Ellen in the best (or the worst) way.
NBC was “going downhill,” he said in a monologue joke about the Olympics.
The person who reads a monologue aloud will find that its abrupt transitions are a great help, and not a hindrance.
Go around there and tell 'em to put you down for a monologue.
The interpreter of the monologue must be a serious student, for he is creating or establishing a new art.
He felt her monologue as a blank steel wall which he could not pierce.
The first result was a shower of invitations to tea, occasions when Laura was easily led into monologue.