Like a lot of relationship statuses, It’s Complicated.
Often the satires that reverberate with the public are at least a decade behind actual events. My job is to just express something that I want to express. MJ: This is also the first press release that’s ever come across my desk touting the role of a “sexy left-wing journalist.” Speaking for all of us, I have to thank you for that.
Forget love at first sight, we could potentially have love at first copulation.
When did sex become so casual, or more importantly, why is this survey making me think I’m a prude?
Is that for the genius round of Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon? MJ: Because when I encounter lines like, “Get me Katie Couric, Al Jazeera, and 100 gallons of sheep shit,” I’m like, That had to be fun to write. But as far as the pundits who sit on television every night and repeat the talking points given to them by the administration—they might as well have a chip in their head. JC: Oh God, I don’t know if you were all watching me. My dad had a commercial film company, so he had a videotape player before anyone.
MJ: You got the, um, august John Mc Laughlin to participate, which was a fun touch. MJ: Are there dangers of mixing politics and celebrity? And they get in front of a camera and wear makeup and sometimes other people write their lines. Fox News gave you a cable show, and you’re going to call yourself a journalist?