My favorite part of his rant was, "When was the last time you heard Tiger say something interesting?", and the dummy host going along with him. What the host should have said was, "Well, when was the last time a reporter asked him an interesting question that had anything to do with golf?"
It makes you wonder what any of this part of the rant really had to do with the AT&T National tournament and Tiger's performance? He just wanted to go out of his way to ask people to stop following/rooting for Tiger. He just about wanted to say He's not even interesting! Why not root for somebody who says interesting stuff? Remember Bubba's car chase? It seems hard for him to fathom people existing who just want to see great golf without necessarily caring what the person is like outside of their athletic arena.
To the main point, the only time I find Tiger uninteresting in interviews is when he's losing (and he's very short with answers) and/or he's being asked confrontational type questions. Tiger comes off as a highly intellectual/analytical guy to me, and when he feels inclined to go in depth about his game or golf in general, he is at least worth listening to, if not "entertaining." Other people may feel the complete opposite, to each their own.
I kept getting a kick out of Feinstein repeatedly saying "I have NO problem with people wanting to watch Tiger." Like he was doing the fans a favor by allowing them that. He said it several times. Gee, thanks Feinstein. I'm glad you think it's okay for us to watch Tiger, in spite of the horrible person he is.