So I haven't been able to get online from home since late Thursday night, and to add insult to injury, the cable was out most of the night and following day. So I didn't know that Keith Olbermann is out at MSNBC until I came into work last night. MSNBC came in clear for about ten seconds during Countdown, then the screen reverted to black.
I don't really watch much television anymore, and I suppose that frees up five hours to do something else, or discover another program. I read that they're going to shuffle their evening lineup around to fill the gap, starting with moving Lawrence O'Donnell's program into Keith's slot. Can they still call it The Last Word if it appears closer to the middle of the evening? I'll still tune in to watch Rachel Maddow, but she's the only one who's not on during my normal sleeping hours. Don't get me wrong. I like MSNBC's other personalities, but I don't see myself rolling out of bed early to watch Chris Matthews or Cenk Uygur. No offense, guys!
Mom was the one who turned me on to the show. We used to laugh together over the phone during his Worst Person segments. Watching the show the last few years has helped me retain a little sanity by continuing something I started with her. Now that's gone. Thanks, Comcast!