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7th Jan '16 11:28:52 AM nombretomado
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** "''SoYouThinkYouCanDance'', if by 'dance', you mean 'escape from my basement."

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** "''SoYouThinkYouCanDance'', "''Series/SoYouThinkYouCanDance'', if by 'dance', you mean 'escape from my basement."
2nd Sep '15 6:59:06 PM nombretomado
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''Red Eye With Greg Gutfeld'' is Creator/FoxNewsChannel's successful comedy offering, a panel discussion show originally hosted by former Maxim UK Editor Greg Gutfeld, along with his "repulsive {{sidekick}}" Bill Schulz (who [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome vanished without much of an explanation]] in November 2013), and ombudsman (now full-time panelist) "[[MysteryScienceTheater3000 TV's]]" Andy Levy. It airs at 3:00 am ET Tuesday through Saturday. In February 2015, Greg left Red Eye to host ''The Greg Gutfeld Show''. In June 2015, the position of permanent host was handed over to comedian Tom Shillue.

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''Red Eye With Greg Gutfeld'' is Creator/FoxNewsChannel's successful comedy offering, a panel discussion show originally hosted by former Maxim UK Editor Greg Gutfeld, along with his "repulsive {{sidekick}}" Bill Schulz (who [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome vanished without much of an explanation]] in November 2013), and ombudsman (now full-time panelist) "[[MysteryScienceTheater3000 "[[Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000 TV's]]" Andy Levy. It airs at 3:00 am ET Tuesday through Saturday. In February 2015, Greg left Red Eye to host ''The Greg Gutfeld Show''. In June 2015, the position of permanent host was handed over to comedian Tom Shillue.
4th Aug '15 2:14:39 PM ombudsloth
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''Red Eye With Greg Gutfeld'' is Creator/FoxNewsChannel's successful comedy offering, a panel discussion show originally hosted by former Maxim UK Editor Greg Gutfeld, along with his "repulsive {{sidekick}}" Bill Schulz (who [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome vanished without much of an explanation]] in November 2013), and ombudsman (now full-time panelist) "[[MysteryScienceTheater3000 TV's]]" Andy Levy. It airs at 3:00 am ET Tuesday through Saturday. In February 2015, Greg left Red Eye to host a new weekend show on Fox. In June 2015, the position of permanent host was handed over to comedian Tom Shillue.

The show hovers between NewsParody and FauxNews, and it's like ''TheView'', if ''The View'' had a decidedly pro-Camp Gay bias. {{Dissimile}} and absurdist tangents abound. VulgarHumor and GettingCrapPastTheRadar are sprinkled throughout, especially when [[http://youtu.be/Y78OpYdEzRQ introductions]] are given. The show features panelists and guests discussing the latest news in politics, pop culture, entertainment, business, sports, and religion.

Guests on the show are primarily composed of political pundits, stand-up comedians, musicians, authors, and attractive women, most episodes containing one of each (and almost every single episode having an attractive female panelist sitting in the chair to the far right side of the table, affectionately referred to as the Leg Chair"). Political opinions vary amongst the guests, with the show's original trio consisting of an oddly perfect balance: Greg's a conservative-leaning libertarian, Bill's a liberal, and Andy's a libertarian who hates both conservatives and liberals. The show takes pot-shots at everyone and everything under the sun, [[BitingTheHandHumor including Fox News itself]]. Despite its middle-of-the-night timeslot, the show has beaten most ''primetime'' cable news shows in the ratings, and developed a loyal [[{{CultClassic}} cult following]], making it arguably the only news program that can currently claim this status.

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''Red Eye With Greg Gutfeld'' is Creator/FoxNewsChannel's successful comedy offering, a panel discussion show originally hosted by former Maxim UK Editor Greg Gutfeld, along with his "repulsive {{sidekick}}" Bill Schulz (who [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome vanished without much of an explanation]] in November 2013), and ombudsman (now full-time panelist) "[[MysteryScienceTheater3000 TV's]]" Andy Levy. It airs at 3:00 am ET Tuesday through Saturday. In February 2015, Greg left Red Eye to host a new weekend show on Fox.''The Greg Gutfeld Show''. In June 2015, the position of permanent host was handed over to comedian Tom Shillue.

The show hovers between NewsParody and FauxNews, and it's like ''TheView'', ''TheView'' if ''The View'' had a decidedly pro-Camp Gay bias. {{Dissimile}} and absurdist tangents abound. VulgarHumor and GettingCrapPastTheRadar are sprinkled throughout, especially when [[http://youtu.be/Y78OpYdEzRQ introductions]] are given. The show features panelists and guests discussing the latest news in politics, pop culture, entertainment, business, sports, and religion.

Guests on the show are primarily composed of political pundits, stand-up comedians, musicians, authors, and attractive women, with most episodes containing one of each (and almost every single episode having featuring an attractive female panelist sitting in the chair to at the far right side of the table, affectionately referred to as the Leg "Leg Chair"). Political opinions vary amongst the guests, with the show's original trio consisting of an oddly perfect balance: Greg's a conservative-leaning libertarian, Bill's a liberal, and Andy's a libertarian who hates both conservatives and liberals. The show takes pot-shots at everyone and everything under the sun, [[BitingTheHandHumor including Fox News itself]]. Despite its middle-of-the-night timeslot, the show has beaten most many ''primetime'' cable news shows in the ratings, and developed a loyal [[{{CultClassic}} cult following]], making it arguably the only news program that can currently claim this status.



* CampStraight: Bill Schulz is [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CB1olsbhkN0 "very heterosexual,"]] and there are "women who can confirm it (I just havenít met any)." But his rather campy personal demeanor and the [[ClubKid even more outrageous]] character he played on Red Eye earned him a devoted gay following that he [[https://twitter.com/BillSchulz/status/282382555586654208 remains reluctant]] to scare off with any too-sincere professions of heterosexuality.



** Yeah...we know. They eventually dropped this, by Greg saying, "AND, filling in for TV's Andy Levy...[[SubvertedTrope IS TV'S ANDY LEVY!]] Yeah, I was getting tired of that, too...."

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** Yeah...we know. They eventually dropped this, by with Greg saying, "AND, filling in for TV's Andy Levy...[[SubvertedTrope IS TV'S ANDY LEVY!]] Yeah, I was getting tired of that, too...."
14th Jun '15 3:55:57 PM nombretomado
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* NamesTheSame: In one 2012 segment, co-panelists included wrestler Mick Foley along with Chris Barron, the head of GOPROUD (an organization of LGBT Republicans). During the commentary about some story, Foley made a joke about the song lyrics he thought Barron wrote, prompting everyone to do a FlatWhat. Foley, perplexed asked, "Wait, are you not who I thought you were?" It turns out that he confused Chris Barron of GOPROUD with Chris Barron of the early 90's jam band the Spin Doctors, of "{{JimmyOlsen}}'s Blues", "Two Princes", and Little Miss Can't Be Wrong" fame (the last song was the one Foley was referencing). This prompted a minutes-long exchange of laughter and Spin Doctors-based jokes, and everyone kept referencing the mix-up throughout the show. During the laughter, Foley paused and then asked "Being completely respectful and not joking at all here: so who ARE you?" prompting even more laughter, including from Barron himself. The whole thing ended up being one big CrowningMomentOfFunny, and everyone seemed to have fun with it.

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* NamesTheSame: In one 2012 segment, co-panelists included wrestler Mick Foley along with Chris Barron, the head of GOPROUD (an organization of LGBT Republicans). During the commentary about some story, Foley made a joke about the song lyrics he thought Barron wrote, prompting everyone to do a FlatWhat. Foley, perplexed asked, "Wait, are you not who I thought you were?" It turns out that he confused Chris Barron of GOPROUD with Chris Barron of the early 90's jam band the Spin Doctors, of "{{JimmyOlsen}}'s "ComicBook/JimmyOlsen's Blues", "Two Princes", and Little Miss Can't Be Wrong" fame (the last song was the one Foley was referencing). This prompted a minutes-long exchange of laughter and Spin Doctors-based jokes, and everyone kept referencing the mix-up throughout the show. During the laughter, Foley paused and then asked "Being completely respectful and not joking at all here: so who ARE you?" prompting even more laughter, including from Barron himself. The whole thing ended up being one big CrowningMomentOfFunny, and everyone seemed to have fun with it.
7th Jun '15 5:16:52 PM ombudsloth
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''Red Eye With Greg Gutfeld'' is Creator/FoxNewsChannel's successful comedy offering, a panel discussion show originally hosted by former Maxim UK Editor Greg Gutfeld, along with his "repulsive {{sidekick}}" Bill Schulz (who [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome vanished without much of an explanation]] in November 2013), and ombudsman (now full-time panelist) "[[MysteryScienceTheater3000 TV's]]" Andy Levy. It airs at 3:00 am ET Tuesday through Saturday. In February 2015, Greg left Red Eye to host a new weekend show on Fox.

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''Red Eye With Greg Gutfeld'' is Creator/FoxNewsChannel's successful comedy offering, a panel discussion show originally hosted by former Maxim UK Editor Greg Gutfeld, along with his "repulsive {{sidekick}}" Bill Schulz (who [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome vanished without much of an explanation]] in November 2013), and ombudsman (now full-time panelist) "[[MysteryScienceTheater3000 TV's]]" Andy Levy. It airs at 3:00 am ET Tuesday through Saturday. In February 2015, Greg left Red Eye to host a new weekend show on Fox. \n In June 2015, the position of permanent host was handed over to comedian Tom Shillue.
25th Apr '15 6:20:36 PM Kolic
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''Red Eye With Greg Gutfeld'' is Creator/FoxNewsChannel's successful comedy offering, a panel discussion show originally hosted by former Maxim UK Editor Greg Gutfeld, along with his "repulsive {{sidekick}}" Bill Schulz (who [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome vanished without much of an explanation]] in November 2013), and ombudsman (now full-time panelist) "[[MysteryScienceTheater3000 TV's]]" Andy Levy. It airs at 3:00 am ET Tuesday through Saturday. In February 2014, Greg left Red Eye to host a new weekend show on Fox.

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''Red Eye With Greg Gutfeld'' is Creator/FoxNewsChannel's successful comedy offering, a panel discussion show originally hosted by former Maxim UK Editor Greg Gutfeld, along with his "repulsive {{sidekick}}" Bill Schulz (who [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome vanished without much of an explanation]] in November 2013), and ombudsman (now full-time panelist) "[[MysteryScienceTheater3000 TV's]]" Andy Levy. It airs at 3:00 am ET Tuesday through Saturday. In February 2014, 2015, Greg left Red Eye to host a new weekend show on Fox.
9th Apr '15 12:11:43 AM RushLimborg
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* PreviouslyOnMontage: Following Greg's departure from the show, a parody of this trope has become the opening of each episode.

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* PreviouslyOnMontage: PreviouslyOn: Following Greg's departure from the show, a parody of this trope has become the opening of each episode.
9th Apr '15 12:11:13 AM RushLimborg
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* PreviouslyOnMontage: Following Greg's departure from the show, a parody of this trope has become the opening of each episode.
2nd Mar '15 6:23:58 PM ombudsloth
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''Red Eye With Greg Gutfeld'' is Creator/FoxNewsChannel's successful comedy offering, a panel discussion show hosted by former Maxim UK Editor Greg Gutfeld, along with his "repulsive {{sidekick}}" Bill Schulz (who recently [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome vanished without much of an explanation]]), and ombudsman "[[MysteryScienceTheater3000 TV's]]" Andy Levy. It airs at 3:00 am ET Tuesday through Saturday.

The show hovers between NewsParody and FauxNews, and it's like ''TheView'', if ''The View'' had a decidedly pro-Camp Gay bias. {{Dissimile}} and absurdist tangents abound. VulgarHumor and GettingCrapPastTheRadar is sprinkled here and there, especially when [[http://youtu.be/Y78OpYdEzRQ introductions]] are given. The show features panelists and guests discussing the latest news in politics, pop culture, entertainment, business, sports, and religion.

Guests on the show are primarily composed of political pundits, stand-up comedians, musicians, authors, and attractive women, virtually every episode containing one of each (and every single episode having an attractive female panelist sitting in the chair to the far right side of the table, affectionately referred to as the Leg Chair"). Political opinions often vary amongst the guests, with the show's main trio consisting of an oddly perfect balance: Greg's a conservative-leaning libertarian, Bill's a liberal, and Andy's a libertarian who hates conservatives and liberals. The show often takes pot-shots at everyone and everything under the sun, [[BitingTheHandHumor including Fox News itself]]. Despite its middle-of-the-night timeslot, the show has beaten most ''primetime'' cable news shows in the ratings, and developed a loyal [[{{CultClassic}} cult following]], making it arguably the only news program that can currently claim this status.

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''Red Eye With Greg Gutfeld'' is Creator/FoxNewsChannel's successful comedy offering, a panel discussion show originally hosted by former Maxim UK Editor Greg Gutfeld, along with his "repulsive {{sidekick}}" Bill Schulz (who recently [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome vanished without much of an explanation]]), explanation]] in November 2013), and ombudsman (now full-time panelist) "[[MysteryScienceTheater3000 TV's]]" Andy Levy. It airs at 3:00 am ET Tuesday through Saturday. In February 2014, Greg left Red Eye to host a new weekend show on Fox.

The show hovers between NewsParody and FauxNews, and it's like ''TheView'', if ''The View'' had a decidedly pro-Camp Gay bias. {{Dissimile}} and absurdist tangents abound. VulgarHumor and GettingCrapPastTheRadar is are sprinkled here and there, throughout, especially when [[http://youtu.be/Y78OpYdEzRQ introductions]] are given. The show features panelists and guests discussing the latest news in politics, pop culture, entertainment, business, sports, and religion.

Guests on the show are primarily composed of political pundits, stand-up comedians, musicians, authors, and attractive women, virtually every episode most episodes containing one of each (and almost every single episode having an attractive female panelist sitting in the chair to the far right side of the table, affectionately referred to as the Leg Chair"). Political opinions often vary amongst the guests, with the show's main original trio consisting of an oddly perfect balance: Greg's a conservative-leaning libertarian, Bill's a liberal, and Andy's a libertarian who hates both conservatives and liberals. The show often takes pot-shots at everyone and everything under the sun, [[BitingTheHandHumor including Fox News itself]]. Despite its middle-of-the-night timeslot, the show has beaten most ''primetime'' cable news shows in the ratings, and developed a loyal [[{{CultClassic}} cult following]], making it arguably the only news program that can currently claim this status.
20th Feb '15 5:30:31 PM ombudsloth
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* ChickMagnet: Andy Levy. His online fanbase is ''very'' passionate, female panelists frequently try to flirt with him, and even his cohosts [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tnm-wd9i9fY acknowledge]] that he has a special something.
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