Well, at least when NBC finally gets their biggest tax write-off of the year (aka when they finally dump Megyn Kelly Today), we’ll have a glorious supercut of all of her guests making the face they made when they realized that they need to fire their publicist immediately for putting them on that awkward dumpster puddle of a show.
Fresh off from her triumphant debut, Megyn Kelly had Jane Fonda and Robert Redford on her show, which should be called I’m Likable, Dammit, this morning. Jane and Robert were on to pimp out their movie Our Souls At Night. It’s obvious that both Jane and Robert have had their mugs pulled, nipped and tucked, but Megyn decided to ask Jane about the work she’s had done. Watching Megyn try to come off likable and FUN! while interacting with humans must be like watching me interact with humans at parties. It’s painful, cringey, tragic and makes you want to drink whatever is left at the bar.
When Megyn asked Jane about plastic surgery, Jane threw her a death stare that surprisingly didn’t cause the morning show robot to malfunction.
Megyn: You admit you’ve had work done, which I think is to your credit. But but you look amazing. Do you, have you, why did you say, I read that you said you felt like not proud to admit you’ve had work done. Why not?
Jane: We really want to talk about that now?
Megyn: Well one of the things people think about when they look at you is how amazing you look.
Jane: Well thanks. Good attitude. Good posture. Take care of myself. But let me tell you why I love this movie we did…. rather than plastic surgery.
It’s a sad day when legendary talk show hosts like Jenny Jones, Ricki Lake and Charles Perez don’t have a talk show, but Megyn Kelly does. But you know, I still hope that Megyn’s shit show goes on forever, because who needs morning time caffeine when you can get high from watching her guests drag her to the edge of the earth with their eyes. Please let Megyn’s people book Aretha Franklin or Patti LuPone next. We need this.
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