Found May 13, 2013 on
I've seen plenty of dumb moments in sideline reporting. This may be the dumbest.
During Game 6 of the Kings-Blues series Friday night, actor Matthew Perry was interviewed by Dan Moriarty on the Fox Sports West telecast. That's when things went quickly downhill.
Inexplicably, Moriarty congratulates Perry on his "big news" - the cancelation of Go On, his NBC show. Amazingly, Moriarty calls the cancelation a "double edged sword" and congratulates Perry AGAIN because it will free him up to go see more Kings games. (WTF?!?!)
Usually congratulations are reserved for positive occasions when some type of goal or milestone is reached - not abject failure. When I failed a test in school, I never remember getting one of those "Good Job" stickers. While Moriarty was at it, he should have asked Perry about the "great successes" of Mr. Sunshine and Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip. How Matthew Perry made it through this interview wit...
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If you have ever watched a Los Angeles Kings game on Fox Sports West, you know who Dan Moriarty is. He’s the terrible reporter who asks statements instead of questions, confuses all the players, and apparently doesn’t pay very close attention to detail. At the L.A. Kings game on Friday, Moriarty interviewed Matthew Perry, a Staples Center regular on game nights, to find out his...
Huge Kings fan Matthew Perry joins Fox Sports West during the 2nd intermission to talk the Dustin Penner buzzer beater, and his loyalty towards the Kings. Unfortunately the reporter didn’t do his homework and congratulated Perry on his show, that just happened to get cancelled. Hahahah.-TO
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If I have learned anything over my years as a sports reporter, it's a good idea to shy away from touchy subjects with interviewees.
During last night's Los Angeles Kings/St. Louis Blues game six, Fox Sports reporter Dan Moriarty got a chance to talk with actor Matthew Perry.
Recently, Perry's NBC comedy show "Go On" has been cancelled and for some reason...
LA Kings reporter Dan Moriarty asked celeb Matthew Perry about his great news -- after his show, Go On, got cancelled by NBC. Yikes.