MSNBC Countdown 20:00 hour anchored live by Keith Olbermann.
NBC ID: ARDHKJBHO3 | Production Unit: MSNBC, Countdown | Media Type: Aired Show | Media ID: MNBC-OLB-20060201-0001 | Air Date(s): 02/01/2006 | Event Date(s): 02/01/2006
Event Date(s): 02/01/2006 | Description: 20:00:07 Olbermann previews upcoming video and clips. 20:01:57 Olbermann voices over footage of Republican President George W Bush shaking hands with others inside the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, Tennessee. President Bush discussed his domestic and international policies. President Bush walks up to Republican Tennessee Senator Bill Frist standing at the podium inside the Grand Ole Opry. Wide overhead shot of people seated inside the Opry. Shots of President Bush speaking at the podium. Clip President Bush comments on the spread of freedom in our world. Clip President Bush comments on uncertainty. 20:03:25 Olbermann is joined live by Newsweek magazine reporter Richard Wolffe from Washington, DC. Wolffe discusses President Bush's speech at the Grand Ole Opry. Graphic plug for email@example.com. He discusses the fact that President Bush didn't use the name Hurricane Katrina within his speech. He just called it that hurricane. 20:08:08 Olbermann voices over a graphic with inset still of anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan seen inside the House of Representatives chamber in Washington, DC. Sheehan was hauled out of the house chamber for allegedly unfurling an anti-war protest banner after being seated. Graphic with inset stills of Sheehan being escorted out of the House chamber. Graphic statement from Sheehan's Internet blog regarding the fact that she was never to take off her shirt or zip her jacket back up. Sheehan's shirt protested the war in Iraq. Footage of Cindy Sheehan walking with others. Sheehan zips her jacket up and walks with others. 20:09:40 Clip Republican Florida Representative CW Bill Young holding up a shirt of support for United States (US) troops in Iraq that his wife wore to the State of the Union address. His wife was escorted out of the House chamber for wearing such a shirt. Young voices his feelings regarding his wife's ejection from the House chamber for wearing a shirt in support of President Bush's politics. Meanwhile Capitol police called her a protester. 20:10:53 NBC's Rehema Ellis reports from Bryn Mawr College just outside Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Ellis brought together 2 Republicans, 3 Democrats, and one Libertarian to watch President Bush's State of the Union address. After the speech Ellis asked for their thoughts. Interview between Ellis and her focus group. Clip Republican John Gentura (ph) comments that he was happy with the speech. Shots of President Bush speaking inside the House chamber. Gentura comments on the President' speech. Clip Republican Joanne Mullin (ph) comments on the President's speech. Clip Democrat Andrea Lynch (ph) comments on President Bush's call for exploring alternative fuel sources. Clip Democrat Quinton Cross (ph) comments about the fact that President Bush didn't speak more about rebuilding the Gulf Coast. Panning shot of destroyed homes after Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast. Clip Libertarian Sean Edwards (ph) comments on President Bush's speech and his approval rating. Ellis signs off in a voice over from Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. 20:17:44 Olbermann voices over footage of mentally handicapped woman Terri Schiavao and her husband Michael Schiavo. Terri Schiavo died when her feeding tube was removed. She was in a persistent vegetative state. Stills of Michael and Terri Schiavo. Footage of people being arrested. Footage of Republican Tennessee Senator Bill Frist. Footage of Republican President George W Bush. Footage of Republican Florida Governor Jeb Bush. Overhead shot of lawmaker son the floor of the House of Representatives. Footage of Michael Schiavo kissing his wife Terri. Footage of Michael Schiavo walking outside. Clip from previous interview between Olbermann and the Director of terripac.org Michael Schiavo. Schiavo comments on the condition of his late wife Terri Schiavo. 20:25:11 Olbermann reports the"Oddball" portion of the show. Footage of a brawl-taking place during a parliamentary debate in the Republic of Georgia. Footage of two whipping each other in Peru. Footage of Austrian stuntman Felix Baumgartner performing a flip as he base jumps from Latin America's tallest building the Torre Mayor in Mexico City January 30, 2006. 20:32:29 NBC's George Lewis reports on a shooting incident involving Air Force senior airman Elio Carrion just back from 6 months in Iraq and members of the San Bernardino, California police department. The Iraqi war veteran was a passenger inside a vehicle during a high-speed car chase; he was unarmed when police officers opened fire on him. Still of Carrion dressed in military fatigues. Video of the shooting incident is courtesy of KTLA in Los Angeles. Footage of the driver of the car Luis Fernando Escobedo walking outside. Wide shot of the Arrowhead Regional Medical Center in Colton, California. Lewis reports from outside the Chico Hills police station in Chico, California. Footage of Elio Carrion's wife Mariela Carrion walking outside. Clip Mariela Carrion comments that her husband was surrendering. Footage with audio of the shooting incident. Lewis signs off in a voice over from Chino Hills, California. 20:34:14 Olbermann is joined live by civil rights attorney Melanie Lomax from Burbank, California. Lomax comments on inconsistencies in what the police officers were telling Elio Carrion to do. 20:38:26 MSNBC's Lisa Daniels reports on a Missouri police beating caught on tape. Aerial video of police officers hitting and kicking suspect on ground in Saint Louis, Missouri. Clip of Maplewood police chief James White commenting during a press conference. Aerial shot of police vehicles parked near a van. Aerial shot of police running after and tackling suspect. Shot of exterior of Maplewood City Hall. Close up rear shot of White watching videotape on monitor. The University of Chicago's Locke Bowman comments. Clip of the Tabernacle Church's Reverend James Morris Lane commenting. Officer's attorney Chet Pleban comments. Aerial shot of police standing near suspect Edmund Burns (ph) and police vehicle. Daniels signs off in a voice over from Chicago, Illinois. 20:40:47 Top Three Sound Bites: Clip unidentified man dressed like deceased American writer Mark Twain commenting on Nevada's new quarter. Clip Seattle Seahawks professional football player for the National Football Association Maurice Mann commenting on what type of bird he would be if he could be a bird. Clip President Bush clowning with singer Larry Gatlin during a speech at the Grand Ole Opry in Tennessee. 20:46:30 WHDH-TV news reporter Sean Hennessey reports on the funeral for mother and daughter shot to death in their Massachusetts home Rachael and Lillian Entwistle. Wide shot of the church where the funeral took place. Shots of mourners arriving for the funeral. Shot of pallbearers carrying the casket of Rachael and Lillian. Still of Rachael and Lillian. Zoom in shot of the Entwistle home. Clip mourner Doctor (Dr) Prakash Rau commenting on the deaths of Rachael and Lillian. Shot of mourners. Still of Rachael, Lillian, and husband Neil Entwistle during her baptism just seven weeks ago. Tilt up panning shot of the Entwistle home. Close up shot of mailbox in front of home. Clip unidentified woman comments,"It was comforting." Stills of Rachael and Lillian. Clip unidentified man says,"She was a jewel, she was a diamond." Footage of the Priest hugging mourners. Medium shot of a police officer in the street outside the church. Shots of mourners crowded around the single casket containing the bodies of Rachael and Lillian. Clip high school teacher Charlie Sorrento commenting on the funeral. 20:48:13 Olbermann voices over footage of fraudulent author James Frey seen during an appearance on"The Oprah Winfrey" television talk show. He reports that Frey's literary manager has dumped him after he wrote a fictitious book that he marketed as a non-fiction memoir. 20:48:58 Olbermann voices over stills of model Kate Moss. Shots of Moss walking down the runway. Olbermann reports that Moss will appear on the cover of British Vogue for the first time after she was seen snorting cocaine. 20:49:41 Olbermann reports the"World's Worst" portion of the show. Graphic with inset still of a British flag and a gavel, graphic with inset still of Indianapolis, Indiana resident Michael Caputo (ph). Caputo is allegedly the manhole cover thief, silhouetted shot of a man and a woman teeing off. 20:51:08 MSNBC Business Traveler's Forecast. Graphic plug for www.weather.msnbc.com. 20:54:46 Olbermann voices over a medium panning shot of people seated inside the House of Representatives chamber inside the Capitol building in Washington, DC during the President's State of the Union address. Footage of"Rex the Dog" seated inside House chambers during the address. Close up shot of Rex's handler United States Army Technical Sergeant Jamie Dana. Rex is a five-year-old bomb sniffing German Shepard. Footage of President Bush shaking hands with lawmakers inside the House chambers. Footage of Cindy Sheehan zipping up her jacket to conceal her anti-war t-shirt. Footage of Sheehan being interviewed on her way out of the Capitol building. 20:55:36 Olbermann is joined live by television personality Mo Rocca from New York City, New York. Rocca discusses the removal of Cindy Sheehan and Republican Florida Representative Bill Young's wife Beverly Young for wearing anti war t-shirts. He also discusses the presence of Rex the Dog inside the President's State of the Union address. Clip President Bush comments on baby boomers that turned 60 and that two of his father's(former Republican President George HW Bush) favorite baby boomers were going to turn 60, him and former Democratic President Bill Clinton. Shots of President Bush signing autographs.