Today, I’m compiling the five most bizarre media interviews I’ve seen over the past nine months. There were dozens to choose from, but these are the five that either make me laugh or shake my head in disbelief (or both).
Here they are, in descending order of my favorites.
5. Groupon CEO’s bizarre “Today Show” interview. When asked by Matt Lauer about Google’s offer to buy his company, Groupon CEO Andrew Mason chose to discuss his embarrassing middle name instead. Some thought his evasion cute; I found it arrogant and counterproductive.
4. Alvin Greene likes his message. South Carolina’s 2010 Democratic nominee for Senate wasn’t the most polished politician. Let’s see if you can spot his message: