Next to the photo of Rivers playing a guitar lent to him by his physician at Albany Medical Center, Dr. Rosati, is a welcome update from Weezer's website:
...The time has come for freedom! After walking with and without a cane and getting some good hematocrit blood test results on Thursday, Rivers was given the go ahead to be released from the hospital! He elected to take an additional night to rest there, while we prepared a bus for the cross country trip to L.A., to begin today, Friday. "Wait a second," you say - "a bus? Why of all things would he get on a bus now?" Well, one of the strict doctors orders is that Rivers cannot get on an airplane for a month, as the air pressure changes would be bad for his healing punctured lung. So there's only one other quick way to get him home to L.A., and that's a tour bus. I'll be riding with him, making sure he's ok, and we'll have 2 drivers trading off driving and sleeping, so we don't have to stop! We're taking a warmer southerly route to avoid bad weather, and Rivers will be using a cozy lower bunk for sleeping - none of that back lounge bedroom stuff for him! It will be cool - we've got seasons 1 and 2 of "Mad Men" to watch, some books to read, a freezer full of organic entrees, and the bus is wired for internet, so work can continue uninterrupted. The only thing were missing is Burt Reynolds in a 1978 Pontiac Trans-Am to run point for us!