Keith Olbermann's return to sports has been very refreshing. It's brought something different to late night sports television and he's found a way to successfully merge his sporting and political styles and personalities to create an entertaining show. Show More Summary
Sarah Palin continues to be right. We're not talking about her political positions, but right as in correct. From death panels to Putin, the former Alaska governor has predicted the moves and epic failures of the Obama administration with uncanny accuracy. Show More Summary
Keith Olbermann sent an e-mail to Talking Points Memo today saying he stopped watching MSNBC in 2009, two years before he left the network.
I get why you might not like Keith Olbermann. I don’t like him most times, either. So when he’s getting all I SAY GOOD DAY, SIR about 9/11 tributes in sports, uses bull-bleep instead of actual curse words to describe Alex Rodriguez or starts nit-picking people during the Olympics, sure, roll your eyes at the dude.
First Bob Costas was felled by pink eye – now Keith Olbermann has succumbed to shingles. Viewers who learned the ESPN host was out Wednesday night may have thought “here we go again” but Olbermann took to Twitter today to assure them...Show More Summary
Any time you have an eponymous television show, it's quite noticeable when the central figure goes missing due to an unexplained absence. If you've been watching Olbermann in recent days, you may have noticed that the likes of Michael Smith and Pablo Torre are indeed not Keith Olbermann. Show More Summary
Keith Olbermann was off-air last night for ESPN, and took to Twitter today to explain. FYI regarding my whereabouts: I am suffering from shingles. If somebody comes up and says “Hey, want shingles?,” tell them “no siree Bob!” — Keith...Show More Summary
Costas had pink eye. Olbermann has shingles. Be careful out there, Jim Nantz.
Keith Olbermann’s had a field day with the 2014 Winter Olympics so far, compiling all the worst pre-Olympics blunders into one epic rant and giving the Sochi stray dog murder-a-thon the treatment it deserves. On Friday’s edition of Olbermann,...Show More Summary
This is hard to watch.
Much has been made of the plans to basically exterminate the stray dogs hanging around the Sochi Olympics occupation area, especially the part where it’s estimated 7,000 have been killed since October. And worse yet, the methods areShow More Summary
As Keith Olbermann made abundantly clear, Sochi is basically Russia’s Detroit right now. It’s swamped with controversies and complications, which itself is a major complication considering the 2014 Winter Olympics begin there in, oh, two days. Show More Summary
If you haven’t been paying much attention, The Sochi Winter Olympics are about to get underway and they’re a fcking nightmare. Sports outlets have been reporting all the double toilet, dog hunting nonsense that is going on at the moment, but Keith Olbermann compiles them all into this one perfect segment and nails it.
“You can’t get a column out of that? I just did.”
Happy Birthday to Keith Olbermann! He’s 55 today. Let’s see who else is celebrating a birthday. Actor James Cromwell is 74. Drummer Nick Mason of Pink Floyd is 69. Singer Nedra Talley of The Ronettes is 68. Dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov is 66. Country singerCheryl White of The Whites is 59. Guitarist Richard Young of The Kentucky Headhunters is […]
Some 10 days ago, Keith Olbermann named Tom Sestito the worst person in the sports world and proceeded to get into a Twitter fight with his 13-year-old sister. It was an ugly incident that only the tapioca crooning of Michael Bublé could extinguish. Read more...
The controversial Citizens United Supreme Court decision, which struck down many restrictions on campaign finance practices, is four years old. When the ruling came down, blowhards such as Keith Olbermann (then on MSNBC) railed that...Show More Summary
In the January issue of Esquire, former KTLA-ESPN-MSNBC-Current-Probably Some Others anchor Keith Olbermann gives life lessons for the recurring "What I've Learned" feature, and lesson number one is that Keith Olbermann likes validation.