Wednesday, October 05, 2011

Anderson: Inside the Michael Jackson Death Trial

Today's Anderson was all about the Conrad Murray trial. Anderson opened the program backstage telling viewers why he wanted to do the program. Once on the main stage he gave an overview and "what we know so far" voice-over video ~

There were a lot of guests on today's show, looking at various aspects of Michael's death and the trial. Marcia Clark and Mark Geragos (who joined in via satellite from LA) discussed the prosecution aspects; Mike Garcia, a former bodyguard of Michael's gave his impressions from his time with Michael; Dr. John M. Kennedy,M.D. talked about CPR, Propofol and how seconds count in a case like Michael's; Deepak Chopra shared his impressions of Michael; and Dr. Sandeep Kapoor, a pain specialist weighed in on the discussion. You may recognize Dr. Kapoor's name from the Anna Nicole Smith trial. There was also time for a couple of questions from the studio audience.

Anderson closed the show by thanking his guests and saying, "See you next time."

BLOGGER'S NOTE: Sorry for the short post today, but my personal life/family comes first and today is one of those day's I'm stretched thin. If there's a certain segment of the program you are particularly interested in seeing the video, please leave a request in comments and I will try to add it as time permits. Thanks for your understanding. ~ Wonz

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ACAnderFan said...

Today's episode of 'Anderson' was awful. What a waste of air time. I'm sure there are far more interesting things Anderson could talk about. I am looking forward to friday's pet episode.

Anonymous said...

Wonz we just thank you for taking the time to post something. You are right, personal things are more important.

Thank you,

Anonymous said...

Instead of recapping the Micael Jackson death trial, why not put some originality into the content of this program and interview the young people on Wall Street?
Is that tooooo highbrow for this lame afternoon talkfest?
Again we have CNN content overlapping Anderson's daytime programming.
Not so easy being original and a talkhost at the same time, is it AC?