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Fox News - 'For your' or 'Pure' Entertainment?

Reported by Donna - May 18, 2005

On Monday, while watching Studio B with Shepard Smith a short promo ran on Fox that I thought you might find amusing.

The promo showed a picture of a man and a woman, who were introduced as Lisa Bernhard and Bill McCuddy. It stated that McCuddy may think he knows lots about entertainment but Bernhard might know more.

Anyway, the promo ended with the announcer saying one of the following: (paraphrased) 'Fox News, for your entertainment.' Or it said, 'Fox News - Pure entertainment.' I rewound this about 10 times and it's hard to distinguish which one he said, but I figured, 'For your' or 'Pure' was just about right for Fox News. Either way, I figured you guys would get a kick out of it - it made me laugh.

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