Ed Driscoll

What Could Go Wrong?

Now is the time at Ed Driscoll.com when we juxtapose:

Mediaite, yesterday: “Keith Olbermann Re: Current TV: ‘I’m In Charge:'”

Now maybe he was making all these comments tongue in cheek, but if these quotes are to be taken at face value, his “I’m In Charge” Status means he won’t even be constrained by the limits of traditional timeslots. He’ll, essentially, have the power to pre-empt the show that follows him—right from the desk during his show? Adams quotes Olbermann saying:

“So I’ll stay on one hour longer, but I’m in charge of that, too. If we’re long, then I’m on a little more and the next show’s a little short.”

And then, if that’s not enough, there’s this. (Again, see repeated caveats above) Olbermann professes to have no idea why he’s not at MSNBC anymore.

“‘Phil thinks he’s my boss,’ Olbermann says.”

— The New Yorker’s profile of Olbermann from June 23, 2008. Phil was Phil Griffin, then senior vice-president in charge of MSNBC, now the president of the network.

(Concept via SDA.)