Huddy’s Rough Return to F&FW

Juliet: “I’d like to keep my job but trust me if they could read my mind…” Yow! Guest Fox & Friends Weekend guest co-host Juliet Huddy had a rather frosty reception Sunday morning in her return to the curvy couch. Subbing for sweet, smart, and sexy Southern F&FW co-anchor Anna Kooiman, Juliet brought her usual snarky, snide–yet sexy–take to the table. And, it was not as well received by her audience as she might like.

Before the show began, Juliet Tweeted, “You’re welcome to wake up early today and check me out on Fox News 6-10 am! (Sans the Fox5 crew…). When F&FW did begin, co-hosts Tucker Carlson and Clayton Morris welcomed her to the curvy couch: Joyfully, she responded, “Good to be back! Good to be back! Always good to be here!”

Alas, it was not to be.

During the show, Juliet oft cited her friends who had voted for the President twice and who said that they were tired of his saying what Islam is and what Islam wasn’t and of his talking about gun control and that they wanted to hear specifics about how he recognizes that the country is looking vulnerable. Some F&FW fans were not amused that “her friends” were Obama supporters and they assumed that she was as well. Of course, her support of the NSA may not have ingratiated her to them. [Re her sex life, Juliet racily chuckled, “Nobody cares what I’m doing with my boyfriend.”]*

Mid-show, Juliet seemed to have had it with her F&FW viewer critics. During an “Oval Office Address” discussion, Juliet declared, “Well, you know, I have to say as I was saying earlier, a couple of my friends who were Obama supporters, who voted for him.” Glaring at the camera, she sniped, “Yes, and I do have friends who voted for Obama!” Turning to Clayton, she snarled, “I’m getting lots of Tweets, little nasty Tweets!”

One sympathetic Tweep wrote, “Idiots woke up early today. We have your back, Juliet.”

In response, an angry Juliet exclaimed, “I’d like to keep my job but trust me if they could read my mind… (with angry devil emoji).”

As the final hour drew to a close, Juliet dug herself in deeper in the eyes of her critics when she seemed to go to bat for writer Linda Stasi of the the NY Daily News.* In discussing the latest  Daily News controversy, Tucker asked, “Why is that a certain sort of person looks at a terrorist shooting like this and immediately blames the victims, that is, normal Americans.”

Putting her hand up as in protest, Juliet remarked, “I didn’t take it, I didn’t it as she was blaming this guy.” As Tucker guffawed in derision, Juliet continued, “Hold on! Here’s what I took it as. I, I felt like she was saying, ‘This guy was so kind of  extreme in his views, and he was always kind of talking about them. He was always just spewing them out there that, maybe, this was something that raised the ire of this psychopath that ended up going and killing people.”

Chiming in aptly, Clayton replied, “But, but, wait! But, but, no, the point is she says “thirteen innocent” victims have died. So, she made a point to say that she’s not innocent.”

Finally, coming to her senses, Juliet answered, “Not innocent which is, which is I think you and I have a problem. I agree.”

*Fox & Friends Weekend – 12/06/15 (@ 7:08 a.m ET).

**Ibid at 9:47 a.m. ET.

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6 Responses to “Huddy’s Rough Return to F&FW”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Keep on digging, Juliet. You are your own worst enemy.

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  3. Mitchell Says:

    Haven’t liked Juliet since her she had all that plastic surgery done.

  4. Anonymous Says:

    Bird legs, bird brain.

  5. Richard Says:

    I wish Fox News would look for other substitutes on Sunday. While Anna likes having an extra weekend day off (she is filling in for Ainsley, and sometimes for Elisabeth), I would rather see Elizabeth Prann, Molly Lime, or someone else from Fox News. Roger Ailes, why don’t you try out Kristin Fisher (Peter Doocy works in the DC office and fills in as does Prann) one Sunday?

    I hope Heather Nauert or Kimberly Guilfoyle gets Hasselbeck’s job when she retires. Both Nauert and Guilfoyle can carry a morning show, and both work well with Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade. If Heather gets it, I would like to see Lea Gabriele as the news reader.

  6. Mary Says:

    Describing Anna Kooiman as smart? Come on now; clearly, she’s eye candy and ONLY eye candy. Can’t she just stick with reading the news? She offers nothing of any substance to the show. CNBC has women who are intelligent AND attractive, the latter clearly being a requirement. Would be nice if FOX would follow suit.

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