Thursday, July 18, 2013

Top 10 takeaways from Keith Olbermann coming back to ESPN

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10) This has the potential to be the best evis- ceration of a reputation since Joe Gibbs returned to DC

9) Given the man's admitted employment history, there's really no reason to imagine this lasts past 2014

8) On the plus side, this really has to put the itching powder in Bill Simmons' chaps

7) The over/under on the suits forcing him to cover Tim Tebow is now at 2.5 months

6) With the man's past political leanings, it's going to make it a wee bit awkward when he's got sponsored parts of his show for the Adolph Coors Reich

5) No matter how well-written and intelligent the KO show might be, it can't possibly get that stink of Skip Bayless out of the curtains

4) Olbermann is doing the show in New York, because even unemployed men consider living and working in Bristol, Connecticut to be a deal breaker

3) There is no truth to the rumor that Fox is going to give Bill O'Reilly a sports show on their new network just to see if they can make Olbermann's head explode

2) If Olbermann brings back his Special Comment to tear new orifices in the nether regions of sports team owners, I will know that God Loves Me

1) In my secret conflicted fanboy dreams, Olbermann cites this list in his Twitter feed, insults me, and brings my blog's earnings from site traffic all the way up Name Brand Cereal money

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The one about O'Reilly killed me. I'm sure he could do a sports show -- top punter at his college's football club one year, he's awesome!

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