freak show, then, by its very name should be his crowning achievement.
The entire convention eventually turned into a "goat rodeo"/"freak show" over arcane matters of party rules and leadership.
Mark shut the mitigation phase down,” Carr told The Daily Beast, “because it was a freak show.
Also key is his wish to return to the idea of a gallery as a collection of wonders instead of a freak show.
He was the P.T. Barnum of the cyber-circus, perpetually barking and beckoning his customers into the freak show.
And watch the freak show when the president proposes comprehensive immigration reform and moves forward on gun control.
American Horror Story: freak show, it seems, is a revenge tale.
"I admit I shouldn't have a look in with him if we were both candidates for a freak show," he conceded.
any show or event that is in bad taste
Any show or event that is in bad taste; also, a person who behaves in a ludicrous, bizarre, or dehumanizing way: Britney, the freak show