Skip to comments.Couric to Decide 'Today' Status This Fall (approached by CBS News about its evening news anchor job.
Posted on 08/01/2005 10:36:13 AM PDT by Sub-Driver
Couric to Decide 'Today' Status This Fall
17 minutes ago
Katie Couric says she'll decide this fall whether to continue her long-running morning television partnership with Matt Lauer. The "Today" show co-anchor faces the question because her contract expires next May.
"I have, when it's operating on all four cylinders, one of the best jobs in television," she told The New Yorker magazine. "At the same time, everybody needs recharging."
Couric, 48, has been approached by CBS News about its evening news anchor job.
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did she miss her period?
C More BS with Katie Kouric.
Since when has the expression about cylinders been cut from 8 down to 4?
Great news, this is going to be like having ole Danny Boy Rather back on the air( this time in a skirt)
Go for it, Perkster. It would be the deathknell of CBS News and that's "news we can use".
CBS really wants to die on the vine quickly if they are considering this move.
No matter how many gay trumpet players she dates, she won't be able to recapture her youthful cute-and-perky look.
Having dropped to last place of the alphabet news programs, CBS wants to see how much lower it can go.
Just like most 4-cylinder cars aren't serious powerhouses, her career isn't anything to brag about either.
Katie passes CBS' liberal idiot requirement for the job.
It's "eight cylinders" ~ the goofy politically correct broad doesn't have a clue!
Deflation? Or perhaps Katie not as tuned in to things as she thinks she is?
I know no one who watches "Today". No one.
catch the "4 cylinder" reference..how PC..wanna bet she drives a V-12?
ROFL! Oh is this why she was wailing about some phantom "people" going after her with baseball bats!
It's because she's vying for a job and she's not liking the scuttlebutt.
Ow, ow, ow! :D
Why? Which village is missing her?
CBS News apparently doesn't want to see MSNBC steal their thunder by dipping below the 1000 viewer mark first.
She's every bit as qualified as Nancy Hicks Gribble.
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