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BBC Correspondent Breaks Down South Korean Presidential Scandal When ALL HELL BREAKS LOOSE

Live TV, baby. One minute you’re dropping knowledge on one of the most critical hot spots in the world, the Korean Peninsula, and the next you’ve got a goddam circus busting through your door.

The power entrance from the daughter. That’s Attitude Era ring presence that you just don’t see these days. And the baby just ridin’ SLAB as if Daddy isn’t on the British Broadcasting Corporation explaining important facts and stuff. Oh, you’re on the largest broadcaster on the planet? Eat shit, old man.

Who’s the real power player to emerge from this? It easily could be our correspondent, Robert E. Kelly, who through it all remains relatively poised. Some people wait a lifetime for a moment like this, Robert. Welcome to Click Town. Honestly, though, I’m giving that honor to the wife (nanny? gf?) who Risky Business slides her way into our hearts all while knowing that she’s part of the big show, too.

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Look at that reach. She knows what’s at stake here.

Thanks for educating us on one of the most dangerous situations on the planet, Robert. We don’t remember what you said, but the fact that you said it, that’s awesome, man.

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Dave

Lawyer. Writer. Dude doing business. I'm the meatloaf guy from tv.

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