Meet The Press may never be the same.
“And we wonder why we’re in decline. No, seriously.”
It’s hard to tell if the Morning Joe host was taking a swipe at CNN’s hologram technology, lamenting the production value of his own network, or both.
The Ambien story arc of the Morning Joe soap opera could also double as the second-most innovative product placement in the history of cable news.
We can thank Joe Scarborough and MSNBC for this excellent moment in cable news history.
The governor of New Jersey has been mentioned in over 500 episodes of MSNBC’s nationally broadcast morning show since 2009.
While listening to the Glenn Beck radio program, sometimes it’s hard to tell if you’re hearing a news segment or the most sophisticated form of product placement known to man.
Obama’s top advisor made good on a promise to remove his 40-year-old mustache on the set of MSNBC’s Morning Joe after a bet with host Joe Scarborough and a donation from Donald Trump helped raise over $1,000,000 to cure epilepsy.
“I’m wandering around my ranch house muttering the words ‘Benghazi.’”
MSNBC’s conservative morning host hedges that bet with a reminder that liberal elites in Manhattan were convinced Jimmy Carter would beat Ronald Reagan in 1980.
“I will come on Morning Joe and I will shave off my mustache of 40 years if we lose any of those three states (Minnesota, Michigan, or Pennsylvania),” Obama’s guru promises.
NBC’s chief pollster pins this cycle’s “ghost in the machine” on the difficult task of factoring in the early vote.
Joe Scarborough declared himself repulsed by the amount of money being spent on the 2012 presidential campaign coupled with the empty rhetoric coming from both candidates.
Morning Joe host says Romney has been “bouncing around like a ball in a pinball machine” on China, Russia, and Syria policy. Says Romney’s embrace of neoconservative policies is “cynical.”
“Broadcasting while intoxicated.” “Morning Sam” on “Morning Joe”
Keith Olbermann meets Joe Scarborough meets Network.
Scarborough and company have a good LOL at the MSNBC production team’s honest mistake and then plot to take the wind out of the Internet’s sails.
The NBC News analyst is caught giving the finger to an unknown fingeree on “Morning Joe.” As David Gregory looks on in horror.