2017-11-21 11:52:07 UTC
Though it hardly requires Carnac the Magnificent-like prescience, I predict today's edition of The CBS Morning News, which airs live to most of the nation starting eight minutes from now, shall be the first ever to eclipse both Today and Good Morning America in ratings, as morning TV fans across the nation tune in to see how Norah O'Donnell and Winfrey-not-so-secret-lover Gayle King (as well as whoever their male co-host is) verbally dance around THIS one.
Nearly as much of a Today--and Savannah Guthrie!--partisan as I am of that inscrutable Nobel laureate with the funny nose, funnier hair and the funniest voice, I have never ONCE* tuned into either of the HUGELY-inferior competing CBS or ABC shows in favor of the Today opening segment--but this morning I shall. (And I've NEVER fallen the faux facial seriousness that the pruned Rose loves to turn on nearly much as much as he reportedly does his comely female assistants.)
* Well, except maybe a few times during the years when the ever-cloying, always-phony-emoting Meridith Viera was occupying [the still-living!] J. Fred Muggs's former seat.