Last week HLN host Joy Behar ended her primetime interview program. True to form, she decided to close out the show with a gag.
After Behar said goodbye on her set, the screen went black and opened with her waking up in bed, a reference to the finale of the classic TV series “Newhart.” After a jab at HLN covering the same stories night after night, Behar turned to her bedmate: MSNBC host Joe Scarborough, who explained, “That wasn’t a dream, it’s cable news. Now go back to bed, I have to get up in a couple of hours.”
Annoyingly, HLN never posted the ending, but Scarborough showed it on “Morning Joe”:
Update: HLN did in fact post the ending, below.
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