If you haven't seen the bizarre clip of Connie Chung's signoff at the end of the last episode of her MSNBC show with Maury Povich, take a look -- it is mesmerizingly bad:
The New York Times tries but fails to explain what the hell she was thinking. (One theory I came up with: It was an experiment to determine whether anyone actually watched her show, given that MSNBC's weekend ratings are probably within the Nielsen margin of error.)
As the Times noted, Gawker did the best job of putting the clip in historical context:
Humorist Dave Barry once described Richard Nixon’s resignation statement as "a semicoherent speech about his mother that may well rank as the single most embarrassing moment in American history." Watching this clip of Connie Chung "singing" farewell to her audience leads us to believe that the 37th president can finally rest in peace.