Monday, December 20, 2010

AC Talk Show Memories 12/20/10

Christmas vacation has begun for Anderson Cooper and for All Things Anderson's overworked and underpaid staff. But before we closed the offices for the holidays we dug through the archives to find talk show memories from years past. Tonight we present AC with David Letterman. Enjoy!

October 17, 2005

July 14, 2006

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On_Love_Street_With_Jim_Morrison said...

Good clips. I love when Anderson is on Letterman. The first one great. I can't believe he wore a bright orange jacket to a war zone! Its just common sense not to wear that.

Does ATA have any of his Channel one stuff in the vault? I'd like to see some of it if ATA has any of it.

pebschua said...

I've always enjoyed AC's appearances on The Late Show. I love these clips. Thanks for posting it, I had fun watching it again. AC's very funny, nice to see David's reaction to AC's stories.

Anonymous said...

Thanks to the ATA team for these awesome clips! I love watching Anderson being interviewed. Does the ATA team have any clips of some of Anderson's early appearances on Regis and Kelly? I would love to see the interview between Anderson/Kelly and Kermit the Frog!
Thanks for making this blog an awesome place to come for the latest Andernews! Happy Holidays to the ATA team and all of Anderson's loyal fans!

Anonymous said...

A big warm thank you to the ATA team for all your help with our Anderson withdrawals. LOL the clips were interesting and funny. Stay warm.


aries moon said...

Thanks for all the clips and have a great holiday break!

Jaanza said...

Love Dave's line, "That a girl, Mom!" Amazing how much info was packed into that first interview. It's been four years, Anderson should go back and talk to Dave again.

Thanks ATA team for all the work you do. Have another oatmeal scotchie and take it easy.

Anonymous said...

Anderson might have done better had he negotiated himself into becoming a 60 Minutes regular rather than starting a new talk show.
60 Minutes came in at #3 with just two segments from Leslie Stahl and Steve Kroft, and this was actually the third time in a row, without Anderson's contribution.