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Topics: Katie Couric

Thursday, 10 September 2009

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The evening news will be worth watching once again, just in case you've turned off the Obama propanda machines during the last year.

Why? Because Diane Sawyer is replacing Charles Gibson as anchor there at the first of the year and she and Katie Couric of CBS have been at it for years.

"I guess Diane hadn't had enough when I was on the Today Show", Couric told a source at a party Tuesday night. "Well, I'm letting her have it full blast this time."

In response, Sawyer reportedly stated, "Who's Katie Couric? Oh, you are referring to that unfortunate person on the worst rated news channel on the air. Bet they're wishing they had another Walter Cronkite. At least, there would be a prettier face to look at."

"Oh I'm ready for that ****** ", stated Couric, (as TheSpoof doesn't allow that kind of conversation on it's site.)

That's also why we only get to print "ass the size of" from the Sawyer reply.

"We won't even be able to do a special on National Breast Appreciation Day because she has none!"

The long-simmering feud between the two female news stars flared again after news of the 63-year-old Diane being chosen to replace the retiring Charles Gibson hit the ears of Couric.

Behind the scenes, both women vowed to bury the other in the ratings. Diane was quick to tell a pal:

"If Katie thinks she has it rough now, wait until we go at it, head to Ass!"

Couric, upon hearing this, took off her shoe and pounded the table Nikita Krushchev-style yelling "We will bury YOU! We will bury YOU!!"

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