Gustavo Fring — I mean, Gustavo Johnson — Cleatus The Robot, Katie Nolan, Bill Raftery, Regis Philbin and Georgie Thompson ring the opening bell at the NASDAQ MarketSite on Aug. 16, 2013, in New York City. Credit: Getty Images
Typically, media-on-media crimes end with a collective yawn from the general public.
But when media-on-media crime involves a good lookin' gal seeking her big break, a poor old television icon and a detestable sports columnist, the rules change. Here is Katie Nolan, of Framingham (Mass.) High School fame, ripping ESPN's Rick Reilly to shreds this week after Reilly poked fun at Regis Philbin during Super Bowl week:
The Internet instantly fell in love with Nolan, who regularly appears on FOX Sports 1s ratings nightmare "Crowd Goes Wild" — which will be rid of Philbin soon but will likely be canceled altogether in the near future. On the show, Nolan is listed as a "digital correspondent," which more or less means she's fightin' for her damn life out there!