Remember that one time Rachel Maddow wore cat ears on Halloween and it was the cutest thing ever? Yeah.
Bringing this back again for October
Tis the season!
Maddow at SXSW from 3/10/13. via Maddow Fans
MSNBC tries to figure out what liberals really want.
BY KELEFA SANNEH
“The Rachel Maddow Show,” which airs every weeknight at nine, is known for even-tempered political discussion, not for screaming headlines. Maddow plays the cheerful docent, often taking viewers on a tour of the conservative movement, where she invariably finds something that inspires her not to anger but to joyful incredulity. Although her analysis is reliably liberal, she likes to surprise viewers with obscure historical anecdotes and nimble shifts in tone; the elections in Iran, apparently, were both “geostrategically important” and “amazeballs.”
…The decisions that Maddow makes go a long way toward defining what MSNBC is, too. Phil Griffin, the president, calls Maddow “our quarterback,” the person who sets the tone for the network.
Modern TV Lunch Boxes: Rachel Maddow Show
Made of recycled aluminum and assembled in an eco-friendly factory that pays its workers a living wage, the Rachel Maddow Show lunchbox is perfect for the idealistic student council president or debate team superstar. All RMS lunch boxes come with a complete mixology set for Friday afternoon “Cocktail Moments” and a spare set of reading glasses so that you’re always able to scan ingredients and ensure they’re Monsanto free. That makes the Rachel Maddow Show lunch box the best new thing in the world this week.