Skip to comments.Rosie O’Donnell in Talks to Join MSNBC (MEGA BARF)
Posted on 11/06/2007 9:23:14 AM PST by stratboy
Rosie ODonnell, who abruptly left The View on ABC last spring after drawing attention and ratings for her opinions on everything from the Iraq war to her co-hosts, is in serious discussions to return to television atop a new soapbox: a prime-time show on the cable news channel MSNBC, according to executives on both sides of the negotiations who have been briefed directly. Under one scenario, Ms. ODonnell would be given the 9 p.m. slot each weeknight on MSNBC, where she would go head-to-head with two heavyweights of cable talk: Larry King Live on CNN and Hannity & Colmes on Fox News. Her show would replace Live with Dan Abrams, a relatively low-rated program that only recently replaced Scarborough Country, which was also little-watched.
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What if Keith Olbermoan and Rosie do the nasty with each other and produce offspring? What would result? The literal spawn of satan.
Rosie naked? I would shove a nail in both eyes. Hers first and then mine.
“Rosie delicately puts a toe in the water.”
Since you axed.
Don't try to print this on a color printer for later use.
Notice how the media rushes to embrace any and all who hate this country and its culture.
Only Mr. Magoo would dare look.
I bet she smells worse...
Yep! PMSNBC has become the Fart America of Sat/Cable TV.
I’m wondering how long it will take her *this* time to crash and burn in her own pool of paranoid misery?? Probably a lot quicker than with the View..not having 4 co-hags to reign her in, even the small amout that they did...Should be interesting to see who she blames at PMSNBC when she does lose it again.
The “woman” is as mentally unstable as Cynthia McKinney and Roseanne Barr.
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