Norm MacDonald

The comedian acknowledged her thoughts about the coronavirus are a little out there.
Norm Macdonald, Dennis Miller and Kevin Nealon gave their pal the business in a Weekend Update reunion.
The comedian dug himself into an even deeper hole while trying to clarify his offensive statement about people with Down syndrome on “The View.”
The comedian addressed his comments about sexual harassment victims, but dug himself deeper into a hole.
Comedian Norm Macdonald said “you’d have to have Down syndrome to not feel sorry” for victims in the Me Too era, just one day after receiving backlash for comments he made against the movement.
A spokesperson for the late-night show said it canceled Macdonald's appearance "out of sensitivity to our audience."
The comedian thinks Chris Hardwick and pals Louis C.K. and Roseanne Barr have been treated unfairly.
"They can't just grab some super-funny Hollywood actor, throw a white suit on him and try to pass him off as the real Colonel Sanders."
The decision by NBC brass to fire Norm Macdonald from "Saturday Night Live" in 1998 after his hilariously dry five-year tenure