Thursday, July 27, 2006

"My limo is a Nielsen household."

Here's a short and brilliant bit from Stephen Colbert's Colbert Report in which he takes a great swipe at the network morning shows after they made some disparaging remarks about his program in the wake of his getting a Congressman to look silly (admittedly not a hard task).

I have to admit, I don't know what these politicians are thinking when they go on the show. They either have no clue what it is (which is their press person's fault for not briefing them) or they think they can outsmart him and somehow look "hip." It usually doesn't work.

But, in this clip, when he puts together a montage of some of the more moronic moments on The Today Show and Good Morning America, you vividly see how ridiculous these so-called "serious news programs" are themselves.

2 comments:

brooklyinthehouse said...

lol hilarious!

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