F&F’s A(ly)-Team

Today, Fox & Friends Weekend co-anchor Alisyn Camerota once again showed that she is first femme on F&F’s real A-Team. As she did last year when Pope Benedict XVI arrived and this year during the Barack Obama inaugural coverage, Aly took the center seat on the latest F&F special, the Ted Kennedy funeral edition.* Not surprisingly, she performed par excellence.

Yesterday, go-to-cable-news-blog TVNewser, apparently, assumed that F&F co-host Gretchen Carlson would join her weekday co-anchor Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade as usual.** However, it was not to be. In fact, F&FW co-anchors Dave Briggs, Clayton Morris, and Alisyn Tweeted otherwise.*** E.g., after Clayton said that Brian and Steve would be in for the Kennedy funeral coverage, he obliquely commented, “Gretchen had a prior commitment.”

Today on F&FW, Steve simply said, “That’s why Brian and I are here this morning for Dave and Clayton with our special coverage of the [Kennedy] funeral, mass, and burial….” Conspicuously, he made no mention of Gretchen’s absence. Perhaps, he realized that he need not do so.

*http://jakeho.wordpress.com/2008/04/19/ff-a-team/

*http://jakeho.wordpress.com/2009/01/17/ffs-real-a-team/

**http://www.mediabistro.com/tvnewser/obits/kennedy_funeral_coverage_cable_network_plans_129534.asp

***http://twitter.com/foxdavebriggs

***http://twitter.com/claytonmorris

***http://twitter.com/alyatfox


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2 Responses to “F&F’s A(ly)-Team”

  1. F&FW Special Cast: Future F&F Team? « Carpe Diem Says:

    [...] rained Tomahawks down on Libyan loyalist forces today, Fox & Friends Weekend turned again to F&F‘s real A-Team. As the program began, F&FW regular co-anchor Alisyn Camerota declared, “Alright, good [...]

  2. F&FW’s Dave Briggs: “Wish I Were On” « Carpe Diem Says:

    [...] Hopefully, Fox News brass will not censure Dave for his refreshing candor. Dave did little more than tell his fans and followers what Aly and Steve had pellucidly disclosed earlier this morning to the F&F audience. Not too mention, what loyal viewers (e.g., this Carpe Diem author) have long suspected. [...]

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