Note: not 'Daily Show' tryout.
The hypocrisy, he says, is enough to "choke a horse."
'Times' and 'Journal' also in the running for front-row seat.
Press secretary responds to Michael Brown's assertion that Obama wanted the oil spill to happen.
Let's compare two recent gaffes at MSNBC and Fox News.
Fox is "the lupus of news," he says.
The Fox News anchor dishes with Howard Stern about her favorite co-worker.
This might be the dullest ambush interview in the history of the genre.
If these two can get along, maybe there's hope for the rest of us.
"The White House pays them off by feeding them stories," he says of the 'Times.'
She comes off as "competent, but generic," says 'Times' critic.
Will there be any 'guests' left on the show by tomorrow night?
Well, this is certainly peculiar.
The 'Fox & Friends' host fills out our patented New York questionnaire.
Criticizing Fox News is fun. But it lets them have fun with you, too.
Also, the Fox News host tried to get him to blame someone else for his problems.