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Dec 04, 2013

Pamela McClintock at The Hollywood Reporter found out that Obama apparently Wants to Host ESPN's 'SportsCenter' When he Retires. Igor Bobic at Talking Points Memo exclaimed, “C'mon man!” Salena Zito from the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review replied, “Don't we all.” Dan Amira at New York Magazine imagined what that might sound like: "Now, look, uh, Kobe, uh ... with a sick jam there.”

We’re not going so far as to say this is where Obama got the idea, but according to Hadas Gold at Politico, Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is going to have a weekly spot on D.C. radio. Jack Nicas at the Wall Street Journal explained, “Rob Ford is actually going to have a weekly show on D.C. radio talking sports. Now the top reason to move to DC.” Lizzie O'Leary at Marketplace had strong feelings about it: “WASHINGTON DC, WTF? paging @clintonyates.” Matt Pearce from the LA Times suggested we “Just make him an American citizen already.” Gareth McGrath with The Wilmington StarNews had another idea, “Break out the Molson!!” Rosie Gray at BuzzFeed summed it all up with “shark = almost jumped.”

The Verge reports that 'House of Cards' season two premieres February 14th, 2014. Taylor Dobbs with Vermont Public Radio said, “I’ll just go ahead and block off that whole weekend.” Evonne Benedict from KING 5 TV Seattle wrote, “Happy Valentine’s.”

And here’s the video Netflix released to tease the new season. Kate Storey at the New York Post tweeted: “OOoooOOOooo mysterious Robin Wright smoking teaser.” Charlie Warzel at BuzzFeed didn’t like it so much and wrote: “Lol the new house of cards trailer is ACTUALLY a waste of film.” Asawin Suebsaeng at Mother Jones begged to differ: “This new House of Cards teaser is a million times better than anything in season 1. artful ad.”

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