Andrey (azangru) wrote,

Tucker Carlson, in an interview with Dave Rubin:

I was a writer before I went into TV, and one of the reasons that I failed a couple of times pretty spectacularly in TV is because I didn't understand the medium and I didn't respect it. I was like, I am a writer, I am a deep person, here I am in the shallow medium; and what I didn't understand is that TV is a completely different thing. And it's got its own requirements and its own rules, and you need to understand what it's capable of. It is capable of great things; it's just not capable of everything. You know what I mean? It's not capable of explaining complex concepts; it's just not what TV is about.


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