Hollywood, CA. The Bored Directors - yes, that's what they call themselves - of the famed Hollywood Walk of Fame, voted today to place a star on the fabled sidewalk in recognition of Michael "Flip" Cohen's unequaled performance before House and Senate investigating committees last week, in which he turned against the president for whom he once offered to take a bullet.
In support of their choice, which for the first time honored someone who has never worked in the industry, the Bored declared:
"Never before has a television personality so entranced the nation for such a protracted period of time, consuming all the daytime hours on every broadcast and cable network for three successive days, followed by analysis from left and right alike all night long."
Although the Bored is composed almost equally of old Hollywood Lefties, referred to as the Jane Fondas, and right wing Ronald Reaganites, the decision to honor Cohen was unanimous.
Not surprisingly, the Fondas and the Reaganites found Cohen deserving of the award for completely different reasons. The Fondas justified Cohen's star based on purely political grounds, reveling in his repeated skewering of the president.
The Reaganites cited Cohen's skillful and convincing acting as he told repeated lies about the president while appearing to do so in all sincerity.
The Cohen star will be located, approprjately, next to the one for Flipper.