“People [inside the network] know a lot more than people outside do and gossip a lot more and resent a lot more…”
“I told management they had a problem…”
“These guys are already planning their comebacks!”
“…this was not the Matt we knew.”
“you have to do a quick hug, then an immediate release…”
“These are hate crimes.”
“At the conclusion of the review we will share what we’ve learned, no matter how painful…”
“It is insulting to see the pretend shock on the faces of the people at Today…”
“There was never a complaint about Matt.”
“…Lauer had summoned her to his office in 2001 and then had sex with her.”
Hey, nineteen? TV producer booted after harassment claims emerge.
“Drink it in, ladies!”
“They were terrified of Matt.”
“Once I have legal protection I’m happy to do it all.”
“This was a political and financial hit job.”
“A literary version of a cleanse?”
Ryan: “Messed up.”
“So in an hour, you didn’t hear one thing that you can stand behind this morning?”
“Get to the chopper!”
“10 seconds of uncertainty.”
Working the refs.
It’s going to be a No-Doz night.
Are you kidding?
Plus, MoveOn to the rescue?
“I was not trying to mislead people.”
“It’s more complex than being true or false”
“Who knows what the Holy Spirit will do?”
“Because I think Al Jazeera has obviously long since established itself as a really distinguished and effective news gathering organization.”
Pinocchios and tingles.
Time for a power diet.
Videos from her debut as a member of the MSM.
And don’t forget the ear hairs
Is this the beginning of the end of reform?
What did the media know, and when did they know it?