wisenheimer ˈwī-zᵊn-ˌhī-mər noun
: an upstart who makes immodest, sardonic, insolent feedback; a sensible aleck
The phrase wisenheimer has appeared in three articles on NYTimes.com prior to now 5 years, together with on Could 17, 2017, in “Jimmy Fallon Was on Top of the World. Then Came Trump” by Dave Itzkoff:
As soon as the undisputed juggernaut of the late-night class, Mr. Fallon’s “Tonight Present,” a celebrity-friendly cavalcade of video games and gags, has seen its scores decline in current months. In the meantime, his politically pointed competitor Stephen Colbert, who hosts CBS’s “The Late Present,” has closed what was as soon as a formidable hole of almost a million viewers.
…. Buddies who’ve recognized Mr. Fallon since his time at “S.N.L.,” the place he was a solid member from 1998 to 2004, say he has a likability that’s extra sturdy than any fleeting cultural shift. At coronary heart, as onscreen, they are saying, he’s that wisenheimer with an arsenal of impressions who cracked up at his personal sketches and “Weekend Replace” one-liners.