The Most Obvious Man In the World.
'Obviously I don't always drink beer, but when I do, I drink it with my mouth, obviously.'
I'm torn as to how to rate this. On the one hand, I'm thinking: one star for Wolf Blitzer, one star for a laughtrack, and one star for critiquing the obnoxious, vacuous American media in an equally obnoxious, vacuous way.
On the other, that many 'one stars' sure is a lot of evil...
No, no, not additive stars. It's not "plus one star", it's just one star flat, each time.
It's not a laugh track; it's an actual studio audience.
But I got nuthin' for your other criticisms. 1-star away, good sir!
Wolf Blitzer's studio audience, or something else?
And I'm going with OZ's recommendation.
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Oh, Grand Maester Pycelle! You old scamp.
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Sure, he's kind of vapid and ridiculous, but I really think critics were too hard on him last week.
I know I've asked before, but I always forget - was it on here that someone shared a story about seeing Wolf Blitzer attempt and fail to buy vegetable broth at Whole Foods because the packaging was too confusing for him to parse without the help of a personal assistant? It was a great story but it might have been on a defunct message board I was a regular on a few years ago.
Never forget: https://betterthanvoodoo.files.wordpress.com/2013/01/wolf-blitzer- j eopardy.jpg
The fact that John Oliver has to use laughtracks restores a tiny bit of my faith in humanity.
He's got a live audience
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