I’m excited and dreading Olbermann’s return at the same time. When he’s on-target few snarky people are better. I’m still going to subscribe to the channel, but we’ll have to see.
The Worst Person In The World was always our favorite part of his show. We have missed him, greatly.
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He’s smart, funny, and his own worst enemy. But he has been on his best behavior for the past few years at ESPN (at least I haven’t heard of any blowups). His MSNBC show was mandatory watching during the 2008 election. But what is he going to do without Bill O’Reilly as a foil?
I think Tucker is more than capable of being the foil, Hannity certainly.
KO has no shortage of targets!
O’Reilly is a vile creature. Carlson is a punk, as Jon Stewart showed.
But what is he going to do without Bill O’Reilly as a foil?
It’s truly a target-rich environment. I’m sure he’ll find one (or one will find him!).
Hey, wanna know who’s dumb? (Thumbs toward self) This guy. I sent KO a consoling tweet lamenting (YESTERDAY) that he wanted to stay out of politics but, per Pacino, “they pull me back in.” No wonder he didn’t write back.
I think maybe your tweet was the deciding factor!
“But what does Ellis think,” KO fumed. “I need to know!”
We thank you for making it happen!
Whether in a rant, a jeremiad, or a thundering denouncement, Keith Olbermann is, at the least, fun, and ofter perspicuous. I welcome his voice to the affray.
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