Skip to comments.What Happened At MSNBC?-- Boston Host's Sudden Departure Fuels Speculation
Posted on 07/18/2005 6:19:39 PM PDT by ScoopandDizzy
If you blinked, you've missed Boston radio talk show host Jay Severin's national cable talk stint. And if one source is correct, he may be finished on TV for some time.
What exactly was the real reason for Severin's departure from MSNBC's low-rated "The Situation With Tucker Carlson"?
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Obviously, nobody noticed and nobody cares.
Really points up the importance of MSNBC in the minds of conservatives, huh?
I enjoy Tucker Carlsons show better than H&C. At least there is usually only 1 person talking at a time. H&C sounds like a 3rd grade classroom.
The drugs Kaplan gave him wore off and he realized that he'll never go anywhere or do anything good with his life working for MSNBC....OR....the Bowtied One.
"The New York Post paints a dubious picture of Severin-the-tired-commuter, not seeing the ratings-challenged program as worth his commute from Long Island to New Jersey"
Apparently he got tired of the commute to the show... shocking.
Personally, if my commute was 'falling out of bed', that would be too much as well.
Is/was that a program or what? The "situation" is the name??? Sheesh, if they can't pick a name or a host how are they going to expect to get guests like Severin.
Who cares, who watches MSNBC for anything?