16.04.2008 PeterDoocy: An Ugly Drunken Retarded Gay Nazi!?! So this Villanova student walks into a town meeting and asks John McCain a question. The crowd cheers and roars with laughter, and the exchange is featured on all the ...
30.10.2012 [Huffington Post] - Fox News reporter PeterDoocy found himself endangered by a far more mundane threat than wind and floods while reporting on Hurricane Sandy on Monday. Doocy — son of "Fox and Friends" host Steve Doocy, was filming a stand-up live from Delaware
30.10.2012 [Businessweek] - PeterDoocy of Fox News may not be one of them: He fell on a beachfront boardwalk as his foot got trapped in a sandy hole. CNN's Ali Velshi did look at risk in Atlantic City, until a trio of shirtless men crashed the shot and danced a jig behind him
29.10.2012 [Gawker] - PeterDoocy, a "Fox News General Assignment reporter" and son of the notable Fox and Friends personality Steve Doocy, brings us the first reporter wipeout related to Hurricane Sandy. Was this wipeout attributable to 45 mph winds or severe flooding?
18.10.2012 [Fox News] - ... Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner. Paul Ryan, meanwhile, was in Florida for rallies while Vice President Biden was campaigning Thursday afternoon in Las Vegas. Fox News' PeterDoocy contributed to this report. Print; Email; Share; Comments
29.10.2012 [Vanity Fair] - This is both a metaphor (starting thinking about the day-two story) and actual advice to Steve Doocy progeny/Fox News employee PeterDoocy, who hilariously got his boot stuck in the beach. For tomorrow's coverage, we don't want to hear about empty
30.10.2012 [Los Angeles Times] - On Fox News, reporter PeterDoocy took a wrong step off his walkway into the sand and got caught on live TV as he attempted to get his foot back. A local reporter on WCBS in New York was nearly swept away on a street when the storm surge proved to be
15.10.2012 [ThinkProgress] - October 19: Fox News' Geraldo Rivera and PeterDoocy both report that the 'Innocence of Muslims' video may have had something to do with the Benghazi assault. Their statements are the first on Fox News to veer from the narrative attacking the