Completely agree. Show was an embarrassing mess to begin with but really came alive later on. Matt Fisher and Anthony Atamanuik were the two guys who did man-on-street interviews and they are hilarious and smart.
Don’t know how much input Glenn has on the fate of the shows, but the fact that this comedy sow was canned in favor of keeping World of Stu show’s the programmer’s love of sarcastic comedy versus broad comedy. Stu’s show is unwatchable. Sarcasm and parody are best served in tiny doses – get in, get out. The smart sketch comedy of BS of A is sorely missed.
 October 23, 2014 at 1:11pm
I was never a fan of Andrew Wilkow’s show once I “noticed” he used “air quotes” for almost “every” “single” “word”. Some people are just better on radio.
Now, Real News is completely different show than Glenn’s, Dana’s, and Wilkow’s because it’s not just one person opening the show with a monologue, then talking to an in-studio guest or one by satellite. It’s a great roundtable discussion of like-minded people that still manage to debate each other and don’t back down! When you watch them, it actually feels like they care about the issues they are discussing and have an interest in finding solutions. Excellent regulars and terrific guest panelists. And certainly the smartest show on the network. Keeping up with it, just makes you feel smarter!
I can only hope that the reason to cancel is to bring something/someone bigger to the network. I am huge Buck Sexton fan, #TeamBuck since day one on Saturdays, and am listening to his show right now – #ShieldsHigh – but if his show is just another version of Beck, Dana or Wilkow, – boy is that format getting old. Dana’s show at first had her going out into the world and interviewing people as well as in-studio. Now it’s the same ‘ol format. Too bad.
From a subscriber on Day 1 to the network I am building – I hope Real News or something like it, stays in the wheelhouse.
July 24, 2014 at 2:43pm
Y’all smoked too much weed back then and smoke too much now. That’s was a waste of time.
April 4, 2014 at 1:42pm
Thanks for trigger warning on CHE FLAG! wtf?
March 24, 2014 at 7:39pm
A youtuber?!?!?! Whoa – poor Jim Breuer. Goat-boy forgotten so soon? This is what happens when the millennials are in charge.
March 7, 2014 at 4:14pm
What a terrible shirt.
A) Shirts that declare the wearer “cool” are never cool.
B) Glasses no longer mark something as cool.
C) If it’s a shirt you’d expect to see worn by your grandpa when you visit him on the weekends, it’s not “cool.”
D) Sneaking in the mini WT logo for Washington Times is again, not cool especially if you aren’t giving the shirts away.
E) Spending a bit more time with someone who is at least somewhat experienced in more than clipart on a computer to design your Tshirt would be smart and thus cool.
F) Being cool has nothing to do with trying to be cool – You just are.
G) If you didn’t put palm to face when you saw this, you are part of the image problem conservatives suffer from. Back away from the design programs on your computer and go back to the spreadsheets and word doc and write some kick-ass policy papers and articles.
December 3, 2013 at 2:15pm
I live in Los Angeles and it’s been a tradition here for as long as I can remember. Sometimes they will stop people and hand out chocolate coins (gelt) too!
The guy who wanted to fly to Glenn’s house and speak about where Freedomworks was to go from there was none other than Dick Armey. Too bad Glenn felt it best to hold back from naming him. There is no doubt in my mind it was him. He took over FW and then once Kibbe was back, he demanded millions of dollars to ride off into the sunset with. Always knew that guy was a putz