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December 08, 2005

Jerry Springer offers advice for Dr. Phil

And, he did so on the Joe Scarborough Show. MSNBC headlines their report/transcript "Springer weighs in on issues facing Dr. Phil", which sounds like something you might read in a (just as a fr'instance) Indian or Filipino newspaper involving two national celebrities that you've never heard of. The surreality continues throughout:
...SCARBOROUGH: All of a sudden, he seems to be getting out of his wheelhouse and looking kind of goofy. That's what Dr. Phil would say about himself, if he were taking himself on the couch, saying he is being goofy here. At what point does he start endangering this empire?

SPRINGER: Well, obviously, if there's a successful lawsuit against him and his credibility is then questioned, his empire is in danger then...

Posted in PureClass at December 8, 2005 05:42 AM


Is Scarborough that desparate for ratings? Won't work, anyway. Who is going to take advice from Springer seriously?

Posted by: Scott at December 8, 2005 10:12 AM

Monitoring Air America Radio [TM] so you don't have to.


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