It’s no secret that ol’ Charissa has been saying some wild things lately. Just last month, the sideline reporter literally admitted she has lied about coaches statements while covering games earlier in her career.
While on Pardon My Take, Thompson said:
“I’ve said this before. I haven’t been fired for saying it, but I’ll say it again. I would make up the report sometimes, because A) the coach wouldn’t come out at halftime, or it was too late and I didn’t want to screw up the report.
So I was like, ‘I’m just gonna make this up,’ because first of all, no coach is gonna get mad if I say, ‘Hey, we need to stop hurting ourselves, we need to be better on third down, we need to stop turning the ball over and do a better job of getting off the field.’
They’re not gonna correct me on that. So I’m like, it’s fine, I’ll just make up the report.”
Needless to say, a number of journalists were up in my arms with that statement, with many calling Thompson unprofessional, and detrimental to the integrity of journalism.
But the statement she said last night after Thursday Night Football? WILD.
After the Los Angeles Rams defeated the New Orleans Saints, the Thursday Night Football cast exchanged gifts ahead of Christmas. And while Charissa was receiving hers, which was a bucket and a book. She said that she would be spending the offseason at the ranch.
In response to the dairy pail, she said:
“I’ve got nipples, can you milk me Greg?”
Alright, alright, for those who don’t understand, it’s a quote from the iconic comedy movie Meet The Parents, but I highly doubt the guys at the table thought of that when those words came out of her mouth last night. Perhaps the best part of the whole thing was Richard Sherman’s facial expression. Bro was at a loss for words.
We all love to quote hilarious lines from our favorite movies, but saying THIS line on live TV is a completely different beast.