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The original dance program. Originally aired on CNN, Crossfire was a dance show, occasionally interrupted by political punditry
The Format of the ShowEdit
The show began with two pundits performing a dance for the top news story of the day, accompanied by a bongo and kazoo duet. The panelist would be joined by guests who would discuss issues of National import, in-depth, while performing a square or line dance. The show was topped off with a soloist performing an originally choreographed piece while a special guest narrated the top news story of the day.
Crossfire had a stable of regular panelists:
Crossfire covered the most important topics of the day:
- hairy palms
- cell phones
- Is Velveeta a cheese or what?
The Fall of CrossfireEdit
Tucker Carlson ended the show with a pas d'une to the tune of "Requiem Mass K.626 while Nancy Grace narrated a story about a nubile blonde teen who may or may not have been kidnapped, and may or may not have been a character from a video game.