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Football, Politics and ... Kornheiser

Steinberg totes his video camera over to wherever they prepare for Monday Night Football, and chats with Mike Tirico, Ron Jaworski and an orange bald dude.


By Jon DeNunzio  |  November 3, 2008; 2:15 PM ET
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TK showed there he really does get DC. Dem, Repub, Independant, Libertarian,Green. All love the skins.

Posted by: alex35332 | November 3, 2008 3:13 PM | Report abuse

Nice to see a more subdued TK -- not trying so hard to do the schtick.

Also interesting to hear Jaworski's comments. I sometimes get the vibe on MNF that he finds TK really irritating, and it's generally an uncomfortable moment as a viewer, like you just walked in on some touchy office argument.

Posted by: SSFSCoWA | November 3, 2008 5:40 PM | Report abuse

Jaws out of the booth: Not Pretty. (Okay okay, Jaws *in* the booth...)

Interesting to see everyone conform to their stereotype. Jaws plays over-positive, cliche-driven Dick Vitale lite, TK makes it clear he's as eager to talk to you as Larry David was to talk to him, and Tirico managed to, in a scant 3 seconds or less, change your question about Kornheiser to an answer about him.

Well done.

Posted by: WorstSeat | November 3, 2008 7:27 PM | Report abuse

There was a dreadfully foul stench coming from the ESPN broadcast booth last night, just like it has every Monday night for the past couple of seasons. I'm sure after this season ESPN will realize that they fired the wrong guy when they ditched Theismann and kept the 'foul stench' instead. Some network should team 'the stench' up with Larry Michael, another guy who landed his job via ass kissing, and at the expense of a much better broadcaster.

Posted by: chombie13 | November 4, 2008 10:40 AM | Report abuse

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