Friday, May 18, 2012

Anderson Cooper, Anderson: Caught on Tape: Using Electric Shock to Control Students -- The Controversial School / Suzanne Somers


TOPIC: Caught On Tape
Guests: *Lizzy Musi, Crashed race car during professional race
*Grinner Hester, Caught "moment of crash" on tape
*Brian, 7 year old son injured in parasailing accident
*Debbie, Sone was involved in parasailing accident
*Jake, Captured parasailing accident on video
*Charles, Interrupted fight on subway
*Mike Beaudet, Investigative reporter, FOX 25 Boston
*Cheryl, Son received shock treatments at school
*Mike Flammia, Attorney, JRC
*Ben Novotny, Cheryl's attorney
*Greg Miller, Former teacher's aide at JRC

TOPIC/Guests Suzanne Somers

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ACAnderFan said...

Today's 'Anderson' was OK. The first half of the show didn't interest me, but I was pleasantly surprised by the Suzanne Somers interview. It was better than I though it would be. I didin't think I would like it. It was pretty interesting, she should have been on longer.

Anonymous said...

Suzanne Somers may still have a nice figure and maybe some plastic surgery /botox/a good makeup job on her face, but you could tell her age by looking at her neck. I know a lot of people buy her books and believe in her alternative methods, but it's not for me. And the use of HGH is just scary. I was shocked to hear Anderson say he had consulted his doctor about it, but glad his doctor said no.

The caught on tape segments were okay, but I tuned out much of it.

I liked Suzanne Somers on Three's Company & Step By Step, kind of wish I hadn't tuned into this interview, not Anderson's fault, just disappointed in her.

Fox Undercover said...

I think that people should be aware that this report has been running around Boston ambushing private individuals, putting childrena and communities at risk. This guy did a story on a video that a parent disseminated. Why was his work considered to be so ground breaking? Why wouldn't the mother be interviewed?