GWAR’s Blothar The Berserker Brought Some Rare Moments Of Comedy To Fox News’ ‘Gutfeld!’

Conservative comedy has always had a problem with one major thing: being funny. Fox News’ attempts to create their own The Daily Show have been quickly cancelled disasters, and though the newish Gutfeld! — giving a platform to host Greg Gutfeld, who has usually either been one of the ensemble on The Five or consigned to the middle of the night with Red Eye — hasn’t been cancelled yet, the reviews ain’t good. But on Friday night’s show, a miracle happened: Something kind of funny happened.
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Watch GWAR's Blöthar the Berserker Appear on Fox News' Gutfeld!

Fox News personality Greg Gutfeld was always a big GWAR fan, and had late vocalist Oderus Urungus on his shows many times. This past Friday, June 18, frontman Blöthar the Berserker appeared on the show for the first time. After ribbing Gutfeld for how he pronounced the interplanetary frontman's name,...
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Gutfeld: After Putin meeting, Biden acted like a teenager yelling 'I did my homework'

Greg Gutfeld and the hosts of "The Five" reacted on Wednesday to the summit between President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin in Geneva, Switzerland. Gutfeld remarked that an interesting result of the summit was a list of U.S. entities that are off-limits for Russian hacking, which he said suggests there are things that there are American entities that are "on-limits" to hack.
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'Gutfeld!' on COVID origins, media coverage of Wuhan lab

CAITLYN JENNER (R), GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATE FOR CALIFORNIA: I have gotten such good response from people. It's been so much fun -- (CROSSTALK) BILL HEMMER, FOX NEWS ANCHOR: California is the fifth largest economy in the world. JENNER: In the world. HEMMER: It's bigger than Russia and you got a lot...
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Fox News late-night show 'Gutfeld!' nears top of ratings race

Fox News host Greg Gutfeld's new late-night show recently topped traditional late-night broadcast shows "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" and "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" in ratings, according to Nielsen Media Research. Gutfeld!” averaged 1.6 million viewers for the week ending May 14, beating Kimmel on ABC and Fallon on NBC,...
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Gutfeld: Mainstream media makes money by making people hate each other

This is a rush transcript from "The Greg Gutfeld Show," April 5, 2021. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated. GREG GUTFELD, FOX NEWS HOST: Wow, that's exactly how I got fired from Pizza Hut. All right. Here we are again. Brand new show and a brand new Greg. I'm as guilty as Kamala Harris explaining kids in cages. Or Woody Allen hearing about kids in cages. If you've been watching the "G.G. SHOW" on Saturdays, welcome. If you love "THE FIVE" and felt the need for more G.G., that's awesome.
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'Gutfeld!' beats Jimmy Fallon's 'Tonight Show' throughout April

"Gutfeld!" is already making a big splash in the late-night scene, immediately defeating "The Tonight Show" during its debut month. The new Fox News show hosted by Greg Gutfeld made its premiere on April 5 has already bested the long-running NBC late-night staple hosted by Jimmy Fallon, who took over for Jay Leno back in 2014.

‘EXCUSE ME?!’ Gutfeld Loses It After Fox Contributor Says ‘Greg is Off His Meds’

Fox News contributor Ted Williams, a former D.C. homicide detective, laid into Greg Gutfeld for his reaction to Derek Chauvin being found guilty of murdering George Floyd. Earlier on during The Five, Gutfeld shocked his co-hosts with his comment saying “I’m glad that he was found guilty on all charges, even if he might not be guilty of all charges.” The others audibly groaned on air and Jeanine Pirro immediately pushed back.
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Fox News Channel’s ‘Gutfeld!’ Debuts with Strong Ratings

The show just moved from Saturdays to weeknights starting April 5, and the new time slot is proving to be a success for Fox News Channel. According to FNC, “Gutfeld!” averaged 1.57 million viewers last week, dominating the cable news 11 p.m. hour. Meanwhile, Nielsen Live+3 data, which takes into account DVR viewership, puts “Gutfeld!” at 1.9 million viewers for the week of April 5.
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Just How Long Did Fox News Wait to Preempt 'Gutfeld!' on Tuesday Night?

Gutfeld! did not air in its regular 11 p.m. time slot on Tuesday night as FOX News instead opted for live coverage of the third night of protests in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota. Right as Greg Gutfeld's monologue should have been starting, Shannon Bream shocked a nation that could have really used a good laugh by saying, "Gutfeld will be back tomorrow."