Bill Schulz Leaves Fox News Red Eye, Only Funny Person Quits Show Because of Salary/Raise/Money Dispute, Greg Gutfeld’s Red Eye is Finished.
How can Fox News Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld survive when the only funny person on the so called comedy show quits? MikeFrancesa.com is reporting that Greg Gutfeld and Fox News refused to give Bill Schulz a raise.
Red Eye is finished unless they reverse course and rehire Bill Schulz. All Greg Gutfeld does is repeat the same themed jokes every night. Andy Levy is not that funny and although he brings some intelligence to the show, not enough to warrant repeat viewing, even with the tired Saturday Night Live style of repeating the same joke endlessly with subtle variations, even with all of that nonsense the one reason you might watch the show was to see if Bill Shulz could.
Oh forget it, even Bill Schulz was not overly funny, maybe one or two laugh out loud moments per week but that is something considering the lame host and his non funny comedian guests and his non funny/ non insightful eye candy women laugh on cue constantly during the show.
A boring show that was teetering on the ratings edge just got rid of the one semi interesting person on the panel.
And now they are left with witless Fox News hosts, rappers you never heard of that sound like something out of junior high school, so called political commentator eye candy guests, again women that you never heard of, and the overly sarcastic and overly dry humor of Andy Levy.
Red Eye is now doomed.
Oh and I forgot to mention the comedians that frequently appear that are not funny and again these are comedians that would be anonymous if not for the Red Eye show.
With the lone exception of Comedian Tom Shillue, Tom Shillue is Funny.
UPDATE: MikeFrancesa.com has also learned another reason for Bill Schulz’s departure, it seems that Bill O’Reilly and the Fox execs did not find it funny that Schulz was frequently mocking O’Reilly’s show, particularly the Jesse Waters segments, Shulz would both mock and notate Waters use of movie scenes that had no relevance to his questions or the street people’s answers. Schulz also pointed out how unfunny the Jesse Walters segments were and how the cuts and edits were inane.
Ultimately Bill O’Reilly played a large role in the firing of Bill Schulz.