FOX New’s Red Eye: “Punish Him”

If you watched FOX New’s Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld last night you might have noticed a weird flash as one of the guests was speaking. Terry Schappert was explaining how he thought the new “My Plate” illustration (which is replacing the “Food Pyramid”) was as goofy as the terror alert colors. But, as he continued to talk, all of a sudden a still frame of Greg was spliced in the middle of his comments. There is a metallic looking mask covering Greg’s face and the words “Punish Him” appear at the bottom of the screen. Here are some pics I’ve taken with my phone:




Click on the images to enlarge if you want to check the time on the DVR. Very bizarre. I’ll be checking the Red Eye website for an explanation. If one is not offered, I’ll have to email the show myself.

5 responses

  1. Scott

    They did something similar not too long ago only it said “redeem him” instead of “punish him.” I have no clue what it meant, hope you figure it out.

    June 4, 2011 at 1:05 am

    • I found this on a RedEye forum:

      this on youtube:

      And here’s what Wikipedia says about the matter:

      “Starting in May 2011, a split-second image has been infrequently flashed over a close-up shot of Bill Schulz during panel discussion. This semi-subliminal message is a close-up image of Bill Schulz, who is wearing a silver metallic mask, with the words “AVOID HIM” under the image. Another message was shown in late May covering Andy Levy’s face, reading “SAVE HIM.” This was in reference to the recent controversy surrounding Harold Camping, who claimed that the world would end on May 21, 2011.”

      I don’t think the messages are intended to reference any recent controversies, though.

      I think they do this type of thing occasionally so I emailed the show and asked about it.

      June 4, 2011 at 7:26 am

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