Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Anderson Cooper: Wednesday, December 21, 2011

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AC360: Dr. Sanjay Gupta was back in the anchor chair for the third night.

ANDERSON: Matt Damon, Scarlett Johansson & the Cast of 'We Bought a Zoo'

AC360 Transcript
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On_Love_Street_With_Jim_Morrison said...

Today's 'Anderson' was better than I thought it would be. Even though I don't really like Matt Damon or Scarlett Johansson it was still a good episode. I liked that it focused on one topic and didn't have random unrelated topics thrown together.

360 was also better than I thought it would be and I liked it. About the only part I didn't like was the crime and punishment segment. Those are always boring and not interesting. I also like Sanjay filling in for Anderson, he seems every engaged and happy to be there.

aries moon said...

360/CNN looks hypocritical and ridiculous having Erick Erickson stand in judgment of Ron Paul's racism when Erickson has made numerous inflammatory and bigoted statements himself and never apologized or disavowed them. Why do they even have someone with a reputation as bad as his on their payroll? And the same goes for slimy Ari Fleischer.

Matt Damon's been getting some attention for his strong criticism of President Obama--he seems like an earnest and intelligent guy and although I'm not a fan of him or Scarlett Johansson, the interview was ok.

judy said...

I too like Sanjay in the anchor chair. His pacing of segments is much quicker than when John King does the show and he seems to take an interest in the topics he's discussing.
When the anchor shows an earnest interest, the viewership is naturally engaged.
His ratings have slipped some since Monday, but on a holiday week that is to be expected.