"Get ready, because the kickoff of Bill Cosby's Media Redemption Tour is coming 'round the bend in the wake of his overturned conviction and abrupt release from prison," says Melanie McFarland. "Who knows which outlet will be the opening venue or which interviewer will serve as the emcee? Not I. But trust me when I say broadcast and cable TV newsrooms are probably falling all over themselves to book him as I type this. As for whomever lands the assignment of sitting across from the disgraced comedian and earnestly trying to get him to answer for the allegations of sexual assault made by any of his 60 accusers, that's going to be a tough gig. Part of that person's job will be getting him explain how he can maintain his innocence, as he did after his release on Wednesday, despite admitting to incriminating acts in the deposition at the heart of Andrea Constand's 2005 civil case. Will the task fall to CBS's 60 Minutes and Anderson Cooper? Maybe NBC's Today will assign Savannah Guthrie to take it on. ABC may throw it to Robin Roberts, Diane Sawyer or Deborah Roberts. All of these are wild guesses. I truly have no clue who will do this. Truth is, it doesn't really matter. The only party that will benefit in any lasting way will be Cosby himself. This is how America works, right? You know, being the land of second chances and next acts, yadda yadda yadda. When famous men fall from grace, we lambaste them for a short (but, respectable!) amount of time before someone, usually other men, begin musing about when it will be OK for them to return to the business of being huge stars." ALSO: What will happen to Netflix's unreleased 2014 Bill Cosby standup special Bill Cosby 77?