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This screengrab is demonstrably cruel. #WINNING


Just this morning we were making fun of Erick Erickson, who is mad enough to fuck a goat about how nobody wants to watch Megyn Kelly's show, we guess because despite NBC's constant begging, nobody thinks it's going to be very good. Of course, we're pretty sure Erick Erickson is only defending her because he looooooves Megyn Kelly and wants to sexxxxxxxxxxx her, which would mean he'd have to divooooooooooorce his wife and stop FUUUUUUUUUUCKING goats. (Allegedly.)

Anyway, here's a clip from Megyn Kelly's show, "If You Change The Channel, It's Probably Kelly Ripa So Might As Well Stay Here I Guess," where she is using her MAD INTERVIEWS-ING SKILLS to ask Jane Fonda how many times she's gotten her face operated on. It is ... well shit, it's as good as we always expected:

KELLY: I think it's to your credit ... but you look amazing ... do you ... do you ... have you ... why did you say ... I read that you said you felt ... you're not PROUD to admit you've had work done. Why not?

FONDA:

And then Fonda, as kindly as possible, tried to redirect the conversation to the movie she's promoting, instead of letting Megyn Kelly examine her plastic surgery scars.

On the premiere of Kelly's show, she brought a lifelong fan of "Will & Grace" out of the audience and asked him if it's true he "BECAME GAY" from watching the Will character. LOL, Megyn make joke! Later she told him, encouragingly (??????), that she thinks his "gay thing's gonna work out great" for him. Um, thanks, Megyn Kelly?

Here is the full fucking display:

We really hope, for selfish reasons and not for Megyn Kelly reasons, that her show doesn't stay this bad, because then we are going to keep seeing godawful clips on Twitter and feel compelled to write posts about it, and just UGH.

Try not to watch Megyn Kelly being bad too many times, because studies show it's bad for your skin.

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