COULTER O'REILLY, COURIC - Harry Shearer: Found Objects


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FEMALE SPEAKER: Did you want to keep the gum?
ANN COULTER: No, I have my little thing.
FEMALE SPEAKER: You do?
ANN COULTER: I'm waiting for them to come to me.
It's my Nicorette.
So it's like smoking before I go on.
FEMALE SPEAKER: Right.
ANN COULTER: Right?
And they're still chattering with Peter King.
And then there will have to be a commercial.
FEMALE SPEAKER: OK.
MALE SPEAKER: I have two here.
ANN COULTER: I don't think I'll need another one before I
go on, but thank you.
If you can chop it up so I can snort it.

That would help.
MALE SPEAKER: Will, a touch more.
Bring it down a little more.

How's that?
Well, we'll find out.
OK.

HANNAH STORM: Andy.
We corrected this.
Not he's no-- no stranger to Super Bowls.
We're not going to say that.
Joe Montana's the ultimate, you know,
Super Bowl hero, what?
You did change it, didn't you?
Please, please change it.
I'm not going to say that.
MALE SPEAKER: What do you want on there?
HANNAH STORM: Uh, Joe Montana--
you know.
Is this coming out of a break?
MALE SPEAKER: Super Bowl champion of all time.
HANNAH STORM: Well, no.
His name is synonymous with Super Bowl, you know?
The Super Bowl.
The Hall of Fame quarterback won four of them with the San
Francisco 49ers and was named MVP of the game three times.
OK?
MALE SPEAKER: Got that?
MALE SPEAKER: You are coming out of commercial break.
HANNAH STORM: Huh?
MALE SPEAKER: You are coming out of commercial.
HANNAH STORM: Or perhaps, you know, I mean, Tim and-- him
and Terry Bradshaw.
MALE SPEAKER: They are the only guys who have won four.
HANNAH STORM: OK, but, you know.
Synonymous.

Synonymous is not a good morning show word, though.
MALE SPEAKER: Katie?
KATIE COURIC: Yep.
MALE SPEAKER: Is this too powerful, the white?
KATIE COURIC: I don't think so.
I think it's nice, actually, you know?
What do you think?
Do you wanna see it without it?
MALE SPEAKER: No, no.
What you just did.
Where it's just closed a tiny bit.
KATIE COURIC: Oh, OK.
MALE SPEAKER: Does that work?
KATIE COURIC: Yeah.
Let's discuss it.
OK, hold on.
Can you hold this for me, Josie?
I'm going to take these off because I'm just not nimble
enough with--
hold on.

I mean, I can take it off altogether if you guys think
it's too strong.
MALE SPEAKER: No, it was just when it was open.
MALE SPEAKER: I kind of like it better.
KATIE COURIC: With it?
OK.

OK.
How's that?
Is that good, Mark?

MALE SPEAKER: So it doesn't--
KATIE COURIC: OK.
MALE SPEAKER: So you can't see the red.

KATIE COURIC: Arden, wanna hand me promos?
I don't have promos.
MALE SPEAKER: I'm sorry, it's just--
I--
it's just sort of--
KATIE COURIC: Don't get me--
don't get me started.
BILL O'REILLY: All right, was--
was it not tested?
Did you not test it?

OK.
But again, what if we had to do a live show, Dave?

All right, bring it into the C Block.
Obviously we can't get this done.

What a struggle.

Struggle, struggle, struggle.

CHRIS MATTHEWS: Oh, well, you guys have to help me here.
Nobody's prepped me on this.
Just a second.
See, nobody did their homework on this.
I cannot believe it.
He came on to sell the book, and you guys ignored the book.

Yes, Anne?
FEMALE SPEAKER: I wanted to make sure--
I'm just checking your tone and everything.
I want to make sure you're coming through OK.
You know me.
MALE SPEAKER: Welcome back to Hardball.
Democrats now control 51 seats in the US Senate.
Will they grab more seats in 2008?
Senator Chuck Schumer of New York is chairman of the
Democratic Senatorial Committee.
And he's also the author of a new book
called Positively American.
How much time do we have with Chuck?
FEMALE SPEAKER: You have a long-- it's a long C.
MALE SPEAKER: Good.
Well, I might as well get to the book and get it over with
because he won't talk about anything else until
he gets to the book.
I know him.
He called me the other day and said he
wants to sell the book.

ANN COULTER: Oh, OK.
So we do have a commercial before you come to me?
OK, I'm putting my Nicorette back in.