animated Gutfeld

It’s official! “The Greg Gutfeld Show” makes its debut on Sunday, the last day of May, 7:00 PM (10:00 Eastern). Joanne Nosuchinsky will be there. I’ll be there in spirit. The program will concern cooking, travel and music, with Greg singing a capella versions of Kansas songs—the musical group, not the state. After extensive focusing, the show’s edgy name edged out such contenders as “Everybody Loves Greg” and “Huckabee!” Not to mention a twenty-first century reworking of “The Love Boat” [see below].

If you do not know who Greg is, say because you don’t know how to set your DVR to record programs, he is what you might call a humourist. Gutfeld was the creator and host of “Red Eye With Greg Gutfeld”, airing on Fox News Channel at 3:00 AM weekdays, from its inception in 2007 until 27 February 2015, so about 12 years. He is an original co-host of “The Five,” which airs weekdays at 5:00 PM on FNC. He may have been born in San Mateo, but he currently lives in New York.

Greg Gutfeld has written several books, most of which I have read, including Not Cool, The Joy Of Hate, The Bible of Unspeakable Truths and Lessons From The Land of Pork Scratchings.

The Greg Gutfeld Desk line The Love (not actually) boat
Sunday Night Fever promo

Gutfeld. Greg Gutfeld


The Washington Post


The New Yorker magazine
by Kelefa Sanneh

16 May 2015

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