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The Greg Gutfeld Show

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The Greg Gutfeld Show
Genre Comedy
Satire
News parody
Presented by Greg Gutfeld (2015–present)
Starring Katherine Timpf (2015–present)[1] Joanne Nosuchinsky (2015–2016)[1] Tyrus (2016–present)
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Production
Location(s) New York City
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 60 minutes (approximately 44 minutes 30 seconds without commercials)
Release
Original network Fox News Channel
Picture format 480i SDTV 720p HDTV
Original release May 31, 2015 – present
External links
Website www.foxnews.com/shows/greg-gutfeld-show

The Greg Gutfeld Show is an American weekly comedy and politics show on the Fox News Channel, airing on Saturdays at 10:00 pm ET, hosted by Greg Gutfeld, a self-described libertarian, a Fox News personality and former host of the late-night comedy show Red Eye.

Episode structure

The show features a round table of panelists, who are typically comedians, political commentators and Fox News personalities, along with Katherine Timpf and Tyrus, frequent members of the show.[2][3][4] The show begins with comments about other people given through short clips of other Fox News shows, followed by Greg performing a monologue, usually satirical or simply poking fun at current events. He then introduces the guests. They discuss the week's topics in a lighthearted way, focusing more on humor rather than rigorous political debate. The first few episodes the show ended with a skit involving Greg and Lou Dobbs acting in an out of character manner.

Recurring segments

Katherine Timpf, Op-Ed

Before joining the main panel, Katherine Timpf provided fact-checking throughout the show. When she did so, she frequently took on the personality of an aggrieved left-wing feminist, deriding the panelists for asserting white or male privilege in a tongue-in-cheek manner, while simultaneously making fun of the left-wing thoughts she's verbalizing.

Where are they now?

This segment consists of a humorous take on "Where are they now?" exposés of more serious news shows, during which a voice-over will discuss something of celebrity at the height of their importance, followed by the fate of the celebrity following a pivotal incident. The segment on the Greg Gutfeld Show employs the same method, but applies it to humorous, satirical, and often inaccurate depictions of various things.

Greg Mail

During this now defunct section of the show, Greg reads and responds to fan emails.

Other elements

Joanne Nosuchinsky

Joanne Nosuchinsky, who is a former beauty queen, was a recurring panelist and co-host on the show until she quit in August 2016. She was also one of the main writers for both The Greg Gutfeld Show and Red Eye.

There was a recurring segment called "Millennial Moment" during which Joanne Nosuchinsky and Katherine Timpf acted in a comedy sketch parodying the behavior of millennials.

The Liberal Panel

The Liberal Panel is an animatronic robot face built into a paneled wall. A few times per show, Greg will ask the liberal panel his thoughts on a topic, to which the panel will respond with outrageous, comedic, far-left opinions. He is voiced by various comedians and media personalities. People who have voiced the Liberal Panel include Fox News contributor Alan Colmes and comedians Kurt Metzger and Carrot Top.

New York City Urban Debate League

Following both of the Republican Presidential Debates and the Democratic Presidential Debates preceding the 2016 presidential primary season, Greg discussed the important parts of the debate with a select group of students from the New York City Urban Debate League, providing analysis of the debate from a mechanical rather than political perspective.

Guest hosts/panelists

See also

References

External links

This page was last edited on 21 October 2017, at 16:20.
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