Although he was out on vacation last week, it was only a matter of time before Stephen Colbert chimed in on the recent coverage of the Asiana Airlines flight 214 crash. "Everyone affected by this has my deepest sympathies," Colbert says. "But I'll tell you who has none of my sympathy: the folks over at KTVU, San Francisco's news leader."
Roll the now-infamous KTVU footage:
KTVU later blamed the incident on the NTSB, who in turn blamed their summer intern. Asiana Airlines responded by suing the station, saying the incident damaged their reputation. "Yes," Colbert goes on, "these joke names damaged Asiana's sterling reputation as a world leader in almost landing planes."
Previously: All Asiana Airlines coverage on SFist