Matt Lauer’s contract with Today was up and, believe it or not, NBC renewed it through 2018 according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Although, he is a lot less annoying these days, so I don’t mind him as much. Granted I don’t watch, so it doesn’t effect me that much.
Plus, with the loss of Trump’s sex talk partner, they don’t have a replacement for him. Not that Bush ever would’ve been one, but still they are down a man.
How do you feel about his renewal?
News Be Funny Videos put together a 16 minute video of sex bloopers on TV news and the news business is full of a lot of perverts.
It is incredible how many times they confuse the word cock for other words, how many times they drew that word and how they played with things that look like it.
Even though they got naughty on air, it was a lot of fun to see that they are just as sick as we are!
You know they say sex sells and it is good to see that they know to use that to get their ratings and other things up.
Q13 FOX‘s Director of Digital Strategy Travis Mayfield decided to teach his co-workers a new online game that is a lot like Win, Lose or Draw. He drew some of the things that the program told him to, and then it was Kaci Aitchison’s turn.
The game told her to draw cannon and it looked like the type of cannon that is between a man’s legs. Once she realized what it looked like, she lost it and so did everyone else.
I am sure this video got a lot cannons up and made even more people laugh hysterically.
Maybe because I spent most of my career working in TV, I don’t have that urge to be on television. But then there are other people, who will do anything to get their face on the boob tube. Even make a boob of themselves.
Here is a man who did just that on NBC news yesterday. He wanted to make sure he was on camera so he walked alongside a reporter, even though everyone else was standing still. Because of that, he didn’t realize that there was one guy who didn’t move and he tripped over him. Instead of being embarrassed for making an a$$ of himself, he smiled because he was on TV!
Eric Philip was reading a recall story on NBC 12’s morning newscast and the anchor wishes he could recall the moment. That’s because he read, “Check your panties,” when he was supposed to say, “Check your pantries.” So what happened?
WWBT sent their Investigative Reporter to check it out and what he found out was shocking. The dreaded typo happened and the r mysteriously was missing. As we know reading and wRiting was not part of the core r’s in school. You didn’t have to learn aRithmetic to know that adds up to one really outRageous moment that makes live TV so special.