MSNBC: Tucker Carlson Canceled



It took “tooever”, but motherTucker is gone, daddy gone!

I just saw a post over at Booman Tribune and had to check it out for myself. He’s gone:

Insiders tell TVNewser Tucker Carlson‘s 6pmET show Tucker is getting the axe, but Carlson stays on as a political contributor to all MSNBC shows at least through the 2008 election. The official announcement, expected tomorrow, will include details about who will replace Tucker at 6pmET as well as other political programming additions. Sources say the network is going to beef up its schedule with more NBC News talent.

MSNBC to Carlson:

BWHAHAHAHAHAHAHA…Damn, that makes two shows that Carlson has had canceled and he’s like 12 years old.  I guess he gets to go home and work a gig on Fox.  They can’t even spell ‘standards’ over there.  Carlson would fit right in.

I love the last line:  Sources say the network is going to beef up its schedule with more NBC News talent.  Because if there was any one major think Carlson lacked, it was talent.  Let’s hope that MSNBC/NBC/GE stops the trustafarian hires and actually puts someone on the air who knows what they’re talking about.

I hope that Rachel Maddow gets his spot.


3 thoughts on “MSNBC: Tucker Carlson Canceled

  1. Perhaps,with his new found free time,he can go ahead and join the Dancing with the Stars tour. He really shined on that show….can’t be any worse than what he was doing,right.


  2. There’s actually a show called Dancing with the Stars? HAHAHAHA…TV. That kills me.

    Personally, I’d like to see Tucker doing something useful like cleaning my backyard with his tongue or picking up all the loose sand near the beach, a grain at a time.


  3. He was actually on one of the seasons of Dancing with the Stars. I know this because I was flipping channels when they announced who was on it and I had to rewind the Tivo to make sure I heard correctly. By the way( as evidenced by the fact that Tucker Carlson was on the show) the term “star” is used very loosely. I hadn’t heard of most of the other participants.


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