Monday, November 21, 2011

Anderson: 'Monster In-Laws' & Hottest Winter Trends with NeNe Leakes

Anderson's opening for today's show along with the introduction of his first guests ~


Anderson spoke with the Roller family. The husband asked his mother for money; she thought it was a loan, the wife thought it was a gift and conflict abounds. The Roller family were featured in A&E’s new show, “Monster In-Laws.” Mel Robbins, author and family coach, joined the Roller family on stage to try to help intervene and Anderson took to the audience for questions. There seemed to be a lot of yelling and no desire for resolution.

Next up were a father and son team where the father is struggling to get rid of his adult mooch son, who refuses to grow up and move out on his own; and a mom who loves having her 27-year-old son living at home and the son who seems content to have his mom still cutting his hair at age 27. Mel Robbins was on stage for this segment as well, offering tips for parents who are enabling their adult children.

Anderson's final guest was “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star NeNe Leakes. NeNe talked about her new wine, investing in a pizza franchise and dishes on all the drama expected this season on “Housewives,” including her ongoing feud with Kim Zolciak and her catfight with Sheree Whitfield. After a break Anderson and NeNe took to the audience where NeNe talked about three of the hottest winter trends and audience members were the models ~

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AC360 Transcript
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Anonymous said...

This is only the third time I've watched the show, in part, because I like NeNe.
She was very gracious and toasted
AC and his new show.
Why is it that every celebrity who guests
on the show, seems far more at ease
and relaxed, than the host?
I've never seen someone so ill at ease with his own show, than Anderson Cooper.
Step One: Before you host a show, learn the art of hosting.
Even NeNe appeared more relaxed.

ACAnderFan said...

I didn't like today's episdoe of 'Anderson'. The first segment was too much like what you'd see on Jerry Springer. NeNe is too annoying and too full of herself.

Anonymous said...

@ACAnderFan for once we agree. I only saw part of the "help" segment, but it was reminiscent of Jerry or Maury, so I turned it off. Caught NeNe goes shopping and switched channels again, she is totally annoying and who thought to send her out to pick what's hot for winter.

The show just gets more confusing all the time.


Renate Jakupca said...

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