I don’t know about this, Joe.

Piscopo aims to launch Chicago-based late-night show
Former “Saturday Night Live” star and Frank Sinatra impersonator Joe Piscopo will be in town Tuesday talking up the Chicago-based talk show he’s trying to launch at The Joynt nightclub in River North.
Called “After Dark With Joe Piscopo,” the show is being modeled after the old “Playboy After Dark” series, which featured Hugh Hefner chatting with guests in a party setting.
Piscopo won’t be in his pj’s, but, producer Jimmy Haimann said, “You have celebrities, sports people, musicians hanging out in a nightclub-lounge atmosphere. Cocktails and martinis will be flowing.”
Haimann said the show is in negotiations with a few unnamed celebrities for the pilot, scheduled to shoot next month at a local studio dressed up to resemble The Joynt. (Joynt owner Stan Wozniak, who worked with Sinatra on the road and befriended Piscopo through that connection, is another producer.)
Beyond the pilot, Haimann said, “a major network is interested. There is no deal signed.”