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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by WO312, Oct 31, 2013.
I know she is, but she is too smart for the pinheads she has on the show.
Agreed with this post. She is very smart and really hawt!!! I don't think she is mean. She takes control of the interview and doesn't allow the interviewees to stray out on their own agenda.
I realize nobody cares, but if I had to choose one Fox chick, it would be Shannon Bream. Megyn Kelly is a ways down the list, somewhere behind Dana Perrino. Shannon and Dana seem to me to be genuine, Megyn not so much.
Jenni Lee > *
Her sister Jenna is totally cute. And I love Dana Perino.
This thread needs more pictures of the lovely Megyn.
I'd let her analyze my portfolio (she started at FBN)
What makes her even hotter is her intelligent thoughtful conversations about Santa.
Megyn Kelly says 'Santa is white' remarks were tongue-in-cheek
I think Megyn says everything with a wink and a nod, knowing that it is all BS for Fox News consumers - unlike Gretchen Carlson or Elizabeth Hasselbeck who are true believers.
So she's a sellout, then?
So she's a FNAINO. Fox News Anchor In Name Only.
Just like Chris Wallace.
The remarks she made were during a discussion about the idiotic Slate article about Santa. People don't seem to know this...
Oh I know all about it. I wonder why she felt so compelled to talk about it if it is so idiotic. Inquiring minds want to know.
I don't know anything about an idiotic article on Slate about Santa.
I am aware of this article on Slate that the Fox News discussion was about:
If someone were to take the time to actually read the article maybe they would understand the author's point of view on Santa.
The thread title is missing a letter...
Megyn is intelligent and has a sense of humor. Great show.
Is this the same Megyn who said that the UC Davis students that took a blast of military-grade pepper spray directly to the face from point blank range from a canister designed to be deployed at a distance against large crowds shouldn't be complaining because "it's a food product, essentially"?
Funny thing is, the original article was a bit tongue-in-cheek, to make its point. Megyn seemed to completely miss that herself, of course. A couple of her panelists didn't seem to want to play along with the "outrage" about it, so kudos to them.
(Yeah, maybe not "outrage," I couldn't think of the appropriate word.)
She sorta looks like Amy Adams.