Many watching Sunday Night Football did a double-take after something that was said in the broadcast booth:
Did Al Michaels just say what I think he said?
— Jordan Brenner (@JordanBrenner) October 16, 2017
Did Al Michaels just really say that?
— mike freeman (@mikefreemanNFL) October 16, 2017
Sunday Night Football, where professional sports and Hollywood controversy collide:
"The Giants are coming off a worse week than Harvey Weinstein." -Al Michaels pic.twitter.com/BrVyGmS848
— Andrew Doughty (@Adoughty88) October 16, 2017
Oh, Al Michaels… no! pic.twitter.com/0w7mlRspNd
— @NYYDJ2 – Cole ? (@NYYDJ2) October 16, 2017
Michaels later apologized:
Al Michaels apologizes, without saying Harvey Weinstein's name…The producers were telling him he was trending for not a very good reason. pic.twitter.com/8j3ffHYcT5
— Andrew Jerell Jones (@sluggahjells) October 16, 2017
Al Michaels' apology for Weinstein joke pic.twitter.com/QrIPTb6l2X
— That Dude (@cjzer0) October 16, 2017
But in the big picture:
— Sohali (@sohali2012) October 16, 2017
Something to consider.