Newsroom Recap, Season 1 Episode Something: It Is Long Past Time To Fire Maggie
Last night's Newsroom was about many important things presumably, like good journalists being very angry about having to cover the snuff porn that was the Casey Anthony trial, and Rupert Murdoch's British phone-tapping empire, and Olivia Munn being awesome. There was probably some other Issues in there as well, who can remember? But the only important question left is: with all the talented out-of-work journalists out there, why haven't they yet fired Maggie?
First, last week (sorry we left you hanging, we didn't feel like it), during the night when the ACN staff has been called in to work because Barack Obama killed Osama bin Laden, Maggie flips out and insists her boss (HER BOSS) interrupt his busy schedule of confirming that Barack Obama killed Osama bin Laden in order to role-play breaking up with Maggie's roommate, because Maggie wants her boss to break up with her roommate. THIS SEEMS INAPPROPRIATE.
Now, it is revealed to us, during a squabble in the newsroom over who has to screen a starfucker calling in about Anthony Wiener's junk tweets (oh right, it was about Anthony Wiener's junk tweets too; recent history is fun!) that Maggie is actually the very lowest person on the ACN totem pole, like, under the two women who were hired as interns the same day. And yet when the executive producers walk into their news meeting while Maggie is on a tear about being personally offended by Michele Bachmann saying she hears God's voice (oh yeah, it was about Michele Bachmann too), she tells them to hold their fucking water, because she is not done talking.
Women! Isn't it cute how unprofessional and stupid they are? Oh, right! No.
Rebecca Schoenkopf is the owner, publisher, and editrix of Wonkette. She is a nice lady, SHUT UP YUH HUH. She is very tired with this fucking nonsense all of the time, and it would be terrific if you sent money to keep this bitch afloat. She is on maternity leave until 2033.