NBC snuffed out rumors that Alec Baldwin might replace Keith Olbermann at MSNBC, reports the Daily News. "Entertaining report, but untrue," says a network spokesman. Which is a shame, writes Mary Elizabeth Williams at Salon. "Like Olbermann, Baldwin has a magnetic television presence, a flair for getting attention, and a distinctive way with words," she writes.
More importantly, he "could be the greatest crazy thing to happen to cable since public access." To prove her point, she rounds up a slew of Baldwin YouTube clips—from, yes, Knots Landing ("You think Glenn Beck is a drama queen?") to SNL to that unfortunate phone call to his daughter. Click here to watch.