Viral Video Of Fox News Host Getting Confused When Discussing Netflix Show ‘You’ Was Planned, According To Colleague

Viral Video Of Fox News Host Getting Confused When Discussing Netflix Show ‘You’ Was Planned, According To Colleague

A viral video of Fox News host Laura Ingraham getting confused at the mention of the Netflix series ‘You’ was set up according to news anchor Raymond Arroyo.

The baffling exchange from ‘The Ingraham Angle’ involved Ingraham and Arroyo discussing ‘woke TV.’

As an example, Arroyo brought up the show ‘You,’ where measles was a part of the plot for an episode.

However, in an exchange that reminded people of the classic Abbott and Costello sketch ‘Who’s on first’, Ingraham interpreted this as a discussion of her show.

“You know I was watching an episode of ‘You’ where measles came up,” Arroyo said.

“Wait wait wait when did I mention measles?” retorted Ingraham, misconstruing ‘You’ as Arroyo referring to her show.

“What was on me? What are you talking about?” responded a confused Ingraham. The same baffling exchange continues for about a minute before Arroyo gives up and the pair move on to a different topic.

Arroyo clarified on Twitter that it was a bit, but to many viewers that didn’t matter because people were loving it.

 

Even ‘You’ star Penn Badgeley commended the pair on their performance.

Whatever you may think of Fox News, Ingraham or Arroyo, you’ve got to give the pair props on their performance to spice up this news segment.




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