Hey ladies! We’re on the teevee again. This week we discuss: Bill Clinton, Bruce Lunsford, Katie King, Kosair Children’s Hospital, the presidential race, the University of Louisville taking financial advantage of already broke students and more. Scandalous! Enjoy.
We’re on teevee. Again. Rick jacked his eye up while mowing his yard or whatever, so ignore him if one of his eyes is crossed or wanders off in a strange direction.
Hey, UofL folks, you like trying this case in the court of public opinion? We do. Get ready for us to begin releasing thousands of additional documents we have in our possession. You won’t like it.
Guess who! Us! On the teevee again!
It’s hot. It’s Tuesday. And we’re spreading scandal across not only the internet tubes but the teevee tubes. Check it out.
The teevee. Us. We’re on it. We talk about stuff. Sometimes it’s fancy, sometimes it’s not.
How will you ever find out if you don’t watch?
Guess Rick should have read Page One before he hit the airwaves so he could discuss Anne Northup’s decision to praise Felner.
We’re on Thursday because tomorrow is the 4th of July. Who knew? Anyway, the show is a little more exciting than last week (because some folks were afraid to talk about anything, you know, exciting) and the UofL-Felner story finally hit the airwaves. So watch it. Cause you never know what kind of scandalous dirt we’ll dig up.
Did you notice the elephant in the room during Rick’s appearance this morning on the CW? When Rick arrived at the studio, Dan Spangler told him the Robert Felner-UofL story was too hot for the morning show to handle. The station’s general manager, Carol LaFever, said the morning show wasn’t the place for such hard news. She mentioned a rumor she’d heard that the attorney involved was upset with Page One’s coverage. So we asked her for a statement, and here’s what she said:
“Baldly put, this story is fascinating and lurid and terrible all at the same time – it deserves investigation and it’s getting that, in part thanks to you guys – but our show is a format for you to tell people about what you are doing, not to disseminate the story – I have some discomfort about what we might have heard this morning, as some of it lives in the realm of speculation – at least until the story rolls out further. I will continue to be a daily visitor to your website to see how it develops.”
If that’s not an indication that the story has become a monster, we’re not sure what is.
For the record: we spoke with journalists, news directors and managers from WLKY, WHAS, WDRB/Fox41 and the Courier-Journal and confirmed that Felner’s attorney has not attempted to silence coverage of this story.
So watch us be all scandalous on the teevee. Again. And every week.