I’ve never worked in television. And I’ve never managed someone else’s career.
But let me state this for the record. I will take the job as Al Sharpton’s agent and manager. He clearly needs both. After all the hype regarding where Al would land after playing the national comedy circuit (also referred to as the primaries) to rave reviews and standing-room only audiences, the Reverend has finally made the announcement. He’s going to be a bit player, appearing on lousy shows served up by CNBC.
Aaron Brown beats CNBC.
During the conventions, Sharpton will do guest spots on the lowly Dennis Miller, among other shows. Painful. That’s like Larry David announcing that he is created a new show for local public access television.