George Burns is probably the world's foremost cigar smoker, but that doesn't mean he smokes the best. Burns says he gets his cigars on the cheap - three for $1 - but he has a good reason for not being more discriminating. "If you smoked a good cigar - a $2, $3 cigar - it's well-packed and a well-packed cigar goes out," Burns told The Washington Post. "And on the stage, if the cigar goes out, the audience goes out with it." Burns is on the road promoting his book, "Gracie: A Love Story," about his late wife, Gracie Allen, and says he still makes monthly visits to her crypt at Forest Lawn in Los Angeles. "I didn't want Gracie buried in the ground," he says. "I didn't want her to get wet."