In today's Tweet Beat, Soledad O'Brien has got us momentarily questioning her sanity, Alec Baldwin wants to have a private convo with Keith Olbermann and Dr. Ruth shares some old photos and it's not even #tbt. Read more...
After reports emerged that MSNBC had officially parted ways with Up Late host Alec Baldwin, Keith Olbermann took to mocking his former employer.
“This is effing bull-bleep!” If you want an enjoyably-wordy explanation for why Alex Rodriguez walked out of his arbitration hearing like a pissy teenager, look no further than Keith Olbermann, a man not afraid to quote Woody Allen in...Show More Summary
Keith Olbermann had what can lightly be described as a falling-out with MSNBC that led to his eventual departure from the network. So naturally, he would have a unique take on the Alec Baldwin suspension from MSNBC after he shouted anti-gay remarks at a paparazzo.
Let this be the bookend on the Olbermann v. WFAN dispute from last week. A YouTube user Will Schleichert made a supercut of Olbermann talking about Francesa and the rest of the gang to Tupac's "Hit 'Em Up." Bonus: It's less than a minute long. Read more...
The Keith Olbermann-Mike Francesa feud was great fun, and now we have the icing on the proverbial cake. We were sent this awesome video where the creator did a mashup of Keith Olbermann as Tupac's song "Hit 'Em Up" using clips from his late night ESPN show. Show More Summary
West Coast. Best Coast.
Keith Olbermann has been in the news for his recent feud with Mike Francesa and WFAN last week, which he's still continuing by taking shots at the sports pope on Twitter. With all of the excitement surrounding Olbermann v Francesa, it's...Show More Summary
Friday featured the continuation of the epic feud between ESPN's Keith Olbermann and WFAN Radio in New York featuring the sports pope himself Mike Francesa. The entire week long battle has been the stuff of legend. Ali-Frazier could only make it through three fights. Show More Summary
Is baseball in crisis? If you listen to the Keith Olbermanns of the world, it is. Now, the accuracy of Olbermann's rant is highly debatable. As Craig Calcaterra points out, the numbers in this new reality of cable, Internet distractions and fractured audiences are actually pretty impressive. I love baseball. Show More Summary
Olbermann vs. Francesa continues.
Another day, another Keith Olbermann feud. This time, the ESPN2 host has gotten into a war of words with immensely popular NYC sports radio host Mike Francesa.
The raging inferno that is Keith Olbermann's feud with Mike Francesa and the rest of WFAN radio and the New York local sports scene went into its third day on Thursday. In the words of the great Jim Ross, business has been picked up! When...Show More Summary
“Why would Keith Olbermann, as dumb as he is, ever say that I don’t have ratings?”
Today on his WFAN radio show, Mike Francesa finally addressed Keith Olbermann by name after Olbermann's veiled shot at him by making fun of him falling asleep on the air. This was in the midst of the ongoing feud between KO and fellow...Show More Summary
Yesterday a potential frontrunner for Media Feud of the Year began in earnest with Craig Carton and Boomer Esiason of WFAN in New York trading blows with ESPN's Keith Olbermann. The action included Carton & Esiason calling Olbermann a bully as well as pulling Chris Berman into the mix. Show More Summary
“They’re actucally the regular hosts, since 2007. I don’t believe it either.”
Keith Olbermann is never better than when he’s giving sports-types a serious talking to about why they’re acting like idiots, be it his bone-shattering rant against teams with no idea how to handle 9/11 or that time he ripped Pete Prisco’s terrible concussions column to shreds. Show More Summary
Yesterday, WFAN's morning boys, Boomer Esiason and Craig Carton, went after Keith Olbermann and Chris Berman in an admittedly confusing way while discussing Richie Incognito and Jonathan Martin. Apparently Olbermann and Berman are bullies and they're a bunch of hypocrites for talking about this. Show More Summary
“Please be calling a cab.”