President Snowflake released the ’60 Minutes’ interview he stormed out of and he actually thinks it makes him look good

Today is Thursday, and it is 12 days until Election Day. Have you voted yet? If you haven’t and are living here in Texas, I urge you to read this.

Political Crap

Tonight is the final presidential debate, so I’m sure we’ll have PLENTY to talk about then.

Meanwhile, there’s obviously a ton of other stuff going on: President Obama gave a stirring speech in Philadelphia yesterday and pointed out the obvious:

The highly partisan Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe held a press conference yesterday where he claimed Russia (!) and Iran — but mostly Iran — are interfering in our election. Iran in particular, according to Ratcliffe, was behind a bunch of emails sent out to voters in a few states, claiming to be the Proud Boys, and threatening the recipient with violence if they didn’t vote for President Tan Mom. Ratcliffe explained — with a straight fucking face — that these were efforts to hurt President Collusion’s election chances.

And a report came out suggesting that President I Need Loyalty wants to fire the FBI Director Chris Wray as soon as we get past the election because Wray won’t announce bogus investigations into the Bidens to help President Cockknuckle’s election chances.

But, barring any more revelations from a Borat movie, today’s big dumb news is that President Narcissistic Injury went ahead and released the White House’s footage of his interview with Leslie Stahl of 60 Minutes in an attempt to 1. shape the narrative about the interview 2. hurt 60 Minutes’ ratings when it airs it on Sunday and 3. distract from the newly revealed fact that he has a mysterious Chinese bank account (on top of EVERYTHING ELSE).


This is how the interview begins. Remember, President Coward actually thinks this makes him look good:

Stahl calmly but firmly pressed him on the economy, health care, his plans for his second term, his falling popularity with women, calling Dr. Fauci an “idiot” and a particularly touchy place for him, his smaller rally crowds:

And he didn’t like any of it.

Also, he’s still doing that weird two-handed drinking thing:

Wouldn’t you prefer a little more of this in your life right about now? (WARNING: This might make you a little weepy.)

All Other TV News

Well, it was fun while it quibied. Quibi is, after only seven months, dead. It’s not a surprise: Jeffrey Katzenberg was searching for someone, anyone, to buy the streaming service for the past few weeks, but no one bit quickly. 

You can read Katzenberg’s letter here, but it doesn’t reveal what was wrong. There were a host of issues: the fact you could only watch it on your phone, you couldn’t screenshot it, you couldn’t watch and simultaneously do something else on your phone like text friends, and, most of all, no one wants to watch 10 minutes of a story at a time.

And of the 910,000 people who initially downloaded the app, only 72,000 users became paying subscribers. It got better: they were on track towards 2 million subscribers by the end of the year, but it was nowhere near the 7.5 million projected users. And at an initial investment cost of $2 billion, it was an expensive failure.

As for what happens to Quibi’s content and their production partners? Unclear. They had a ton of programs, a number of them well-received by critics, so hopefully some of them will find new homes. Good luck, kids, and Godspeed.

Saturday Night Live is making history this year: for the first time in 46 seasons, they will do six consecutive episodes.

Terrence Howard is suing 20th Century Fox for using a screenshot of him in Hustle & Flow for the Empire logo.

Ah, so Sky History is looking into ol’ Mr. Nazi Face after all.

Braxton Family Values? More like Braxton Family Drama.


Glad to hear Eric Andre is OK!

Going Viral

Yesterday, more than 1,200 Americans died of this fucking virus. 15 of those people were here in Harris County, and more than 600 people tested positive just yesterday. Texas now has had the most cases of COVID-19 in the country: 889,513 cases.

Here in Houston, our largest school district, HISD reopened to students on Monday. On Tuesday, 16 schools had to shut down because of positive test results. HISD then announced new guidelines: it would take two positive tests to shut down a school. This prompted a sickout by teachers at 35 campuses.

OWN’s Quen Sugar is finally restarting production after being hit by the double whammy of COVID-19 and hurricanes.

PETA hopes that in a post-pandemic world, talk shows will do away with their animal segments altogether. First of all, imagine having this be your biggest concern right now. But second of all, yeah, nah.

Martin Bashir, BBC journalist and former MSNBC host, is reportedly “seriously unwell” with COVID. Never forget his best moment: “Bashir famously resigned his MSNBC post in 2013 after making controversial remarks about former U.S. vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin. He called her a ‘world-class idiot’ and suggested on-air that someone might defecate in her mouth.” WHAT MUST HE THINK OF PRESIDENT SHIT-FOR-BRAINS?

Theme parks are considering legal action against California for their strict reopening rules, and guys, I get it, but WE ARE ON A THIRD WAVE. MAYBE JUST COOPERATE.

Movie date premieres: Candyman has been pushed to August; Ghostbusters: Afterlife is now opening in July


In Development

Casting News

Mark Your Calendars

CBS has announced a few more fall premiere dates:

  • The Unicorn returns November 12.
  • Bull returns November 16.
  • FBI returns November 17.
  • FBI: Most Wanted returns November 17.
  • SEAL Team returns November 25.


  • The Prom will debut on Netflix on December 11.
  • Servant returns on Apple TV+ on January 15.
  • The Daily Show will broadcast live on Election Night.
  • Your Honor debuts on Showtime on December 6.
  • Christmas on the Square will debut on Netflix on November 22.
  • Run will premiere on Hulu on November 20.

  • The Liberator will debut on Netflix on November 11.
  • Paranormal will debut on Netflix on November 5.
  • Riviera returns on Sundance Now on November 5.


Marge Champion, Dancer, actress, and model for Snow White

James Randi, Magician, skeptic, and debunker of the paranormal


The Second Presidential Debate: I MEAN, MAYBE. WHO KNOWS. 8 p.m., ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, C-SPAN

Roald Dahl’s The Witches: Anne Hathaway, Octavia Spencer, Stanley Tucci, Kristin Chenoweth and Chris Rock star in this new adaptation of the classic Dahl story.  HBO Max

Equal: This four-part docuseries explores the history of the LGBTQ movement. Premiere. HBO Max

Cadaver: In the aftermath of a nuclear event, a desperate family is invited to attend some sort of theatrical performance at a hotel … and then the audience members begin to disappear in this Norweigan horror film. Netflix

32 Malasana Street: A family moves into a fully-furnished apartment in Madrid, which comes complete with ghosts in this Spanish horror film. Shudder
Late Night:

  • Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Nicole Kidman, Of Monsters and Men
  • Late Night with Seth Meyers: Michael Keaton, HAIM, Todd Sucherman
  • The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Matt Berninger
  • The Late Late Show with James Corden: Josh Gad, The Score and AWOLNATION
  • Jimmy Kimmel Live: Octavia Spencer, Lauv featuring Conan Gray
  • The Daily Show: The Daily Social Distancing Show
  • Watch What Happens Live: Marlon Wayans, Olivia Newton-John
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2 thoughts on “President Snowflake released the ’60 Minutes’ interview he stormed out of and he actually thinks it makes him look good

  1. About Martin Bashir: I met him when he was still at ABC, as a co-anchor on Nightline. That was when my cousin was the cameraman for the show, and I got to go in for the show when I was visiting NYC. A really nice guy, took the time to talk with me for a few minutes when the show was done. My cousin had nothing but nice things to say about him. I remember my cousin telling me Bashir had a fondness for Cuban cigars. I was sorry to see the news on him.

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