Thursday, January 27, 2011

'It's Unfortunate Mr. Morgan Showed a Lack of Judgment On Our Air With His Inappropriate Comments'

So TNT puts a marginally talented comedian on the air during a live television segment and it's unfortunate that comedian showed poor judgment? Uh, what about the folks who allowed him to go on the air?
TNT wasted no time apologizing for Tracy Morgan's suggestive comments about Sarah Palin Thursday night. Morgan, star of NBC's 30 Rock sitcom, said during an appearance on TNT's Inside the NBA Thursday that he fantasized about the former U.S. vice presidential candidate and Governor of Alaska. TNT's pregame crew of Charles Barkley, Kenny Smith and Ernie Johnson laughed nervously.

"It's unfortunate Mr. Morgan showed a lack of judgment on our air with his inappropriate comments," said Turner spokesman Jeff Pomeroy in a statement.
Here's the video (via Allahpundit).

What a laugh riot!

There was a time when such lewd behavior would result in people being fired and shunned by polite society. Now that were live in the Era of Civility, it'll probably get Morgan rewarded and celebrated by the Palin haters.

1 comment:

Robbie Cooper said...

Just another unhinged Liberal man with perverted and misogynistic views of Conservative women.

Not quite as bad as when Sean Penn admitted to violating and sexually abusing an Ann Coulter doll (WTF? How messed up do you have to be do sexually molest a doll?)…