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Worst of OKC: Worst Anchorman

12:00 AM EDT on August 1, 2008

When I was young, I wanted to be an anchorman. But then my friend told me you couldn't see the people on the other side of the TV...specifically the hot naked chicks. I'll tell you what, that made me change my major pretty damn fast.

Anyway, after the jump you'll find five men who are vying for the distinction of being named the "Worst Anchorman in Oklahoma City." Vote for your least favorite after the jump.

Alex Cameron
Some people in the local media have told me that Alex Cameron may be the best TV "journalist" in the Oklahoma City market. That's nice and everything, but I can't get over the fact that Alex looks like a cross between a Thunderbird and a ventriloquist's dummy. For those people who do a lot of drugs, that may be kind of cool, but it kind of weirds me out.

Ed Doney
As if giving Clark Mathews his autograph wasn't enough, Ed went out of his way to scribble "Thanks 4 Watching." Normally that's not a bad thing"¦unless you have the penmanship skills of a drunken third grader. Anchors must have good penmanship. They must!

Kelly Ogle
If it weren't for his "My Two Cents" opinion piece, this site would probably be called something like "The Church of Gary England." That's almost enough to get him off this list, but we have to be "objective" right?

Kevin Ogle
According to Clark Matthews, Kevin Ogle's "Rant" is far superior to Kelly's "Two Cents." However, when he signs autographs for his biggest fans, he doesn't write "Thanks 4 Watching." He just sticks with colons and exclamation points. According to Clark Matthews, that gets you on a "Worst Of" this list.

Andrew Speno
I still don't think that Andrew Speno has acted on our plea to help save Jaime Ceretta. And when I say plea, I mean ultimatum that he should donate his entire salary to Jaime so that she will stay around OKC a bit longer. I would also say that he should talk to the brass at Channel 25 about getting us more Lauren Richardson.

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