Fox & Friends
The first time I ever watched the Fox news station was during the August 6, 2015 first Republican presidential debate where Megyn Kelly “behaved very badly” like a bad little girl by asking Donald Trump “tough questions”. This burlesque comedy show and its fallout was most entertaining and worth the watch.
Since that debate, I’ve been paying some attention to Fox News and noticed there was something familiar, yet funny about their naming their morning crew news show “Fox & Friends”. Now that I’ve put together the pieces of this complex puzzle, I realize that the next time I decide to watch the TV I don’t own, I might consider one or more of these similar shows:
- Barney and Friends
- Dora and Friends: Into the City!
- Fox and Friends
- Fred Flintstone and Friends
- Garfield and Friends
- Rocky and Bullwinkle and Friends
- Thomas (the Tank Engine) and Friends
I now see the connection in that they are all fine and entertaining shows. However, I’ve discovered Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends and will only watch Spider-Man’s show, because his friends are amazing and I like people who are amazing. I don’t like losers who have never been amazing.