How about, comedian that usually is not much funny and is generally very predictable?
As to not watching regularly, I don't know why watching constantly, instead of seeing him say 50 times total, would be the key to having a more accurate appraisal.
Except, if having the requirement that for opinions we value, we select only for those persons that watch constantly, we would be pre-selecting almost exclusively for those that really like him in the first place. Huh, wonder how that will turn out?
Selection bias is a great way to get, well, biased results.
Wow, if we consider only those that watch him "regularly," those people think he's really good! That's amazing!
Not that I am saying you are in this category -- I'd quite doubt it -- but what is really sad is people that think his show is news and he is not only a newsman of sorts, but great. Uh, news flash: he has no interest in giving anything like a full picture and has no great interest in his picture being accurate, but rather that it be amusing. If there is a single sound bite that will make it sound like what he is saying has a point -- never mind that it requires omitting the context which will prove otherwise -- then he'll grab it. Fine, it's a comedy show!
But mistaking this for being a news source, as some actually do, is sad.