Skip to comments.Tim Conway Jr on KFI - "What the hell did Jesse Jackson say?"
Posted on 04/19/2012 7:53:30 PM PDT by doug from upland
Every Thurs at 8pm Pacific, Tim Conway Jr does a great game show - What the hell did Jesse Jackson say? He plays clips of Jackson's mumbling and contestants try to guess what Jesse said.
I can never figure out what he is saying. LOL.
Now, that’s funny!
Tim Conway Jr is one of the more PC shows on KFI
If you want to listen.
If you can find it, look up the SNL skit with Eddie Murphy as Jessie Jackson and Robin Williams as William F. Buckley Jr.
Thanks for the link. I used to listen to Conway & Steckler on 97.1 when I lived in LA. They did this bit then too.
Steckler joins Tim every Friday evening.
You have the nuance down perfectly, Miss!
Here’s a youtube made from the show.
I was able to tell WHAT he was saying because they repeated it three times, but I couldn’t figure out what he MEANT half the time.
Kinda like when we used to try to figure out what James Brown was saying.
That almost sounds like what Howie Carr in Boston did in the past with “The Wizard of Uhs”. He would play a clip from
Joe Kennedy Jr. (whose son is now running for Barney Frank’s
seat) or Ted Kennedy and people have to count up the “uhs”.
They tried to do the same thing for Obama but it was too
easy because Barack speaks slowly.
When Tim first came on KFI, we like him. But after about 4 months, he changed, the show changed, where all he wanted to talk about were celebrities, and kinky crap.
We just stopped listening after that.
You’re so right! He used to delve into relevant political and social issues in a thoughtful and very humorous way. Now it’s like all Kardashians, all the time. Sad. They lost me, too.
Thanks doug from upland. Jesse Jackson said he used to spit on white people’s salads.
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