Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Anderson Live, Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Deborah Norville was Anderson's co-host today. Enjoy the 'First 15' ~

Guest segments today: VIDEO VOYEURISM and Damien Echols of The WEST MEMPHIS THREE


Per reader request, the full interview with Emma Watson and the cast of "The Perks of Being A Wallflower" ~

The audience question segment ~

And an extra posted to andersoncooper.com ~

And today's "live chat" following the show ~

AC360 Transcript
AC360 Podcast

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On_Love_Street_With_Jim_Morrison said...

I really liked Deborah Norville as a co-host. She worked good with Anderson and was calm and composed unlike yesterday's co-host who was just loud and obnoxious. If the show ever decides to go with a permanent co-host Kelly Osbourne or Deborah Norville would be a good choice.

Anonymous said...

It was surprising 'Anderson' discussed the Romney '47%' tape; heavy political stuff and I wish they had spent more time on this instead of switching to the fluffier, less-serious story of Kate Middleton, look-a-like or not photos, Canadian mittens, etc.

Deborah Norville did a good job but kind of bland. Kelly Osborne was way better, I really liked her sparkling and almost snide personality.


On_Love_Street_With_Jim_Morrison said...

@Jaanza, Kelly Osbourne has been by far the best co-host. She did have a good personality. I really liked her on there and she seemed to get along well with Anderson.

aries moon said...

I liked Deborah Norville, she seemed very interested and involved and asked good questions of the guests--I thought she made a good effort to get into the flow of the show. Celebrity guests are ok, depending on who they are, but in general I prefer the issue based shows rather than the celebrity focused editions of AC Live and I enjoyed the video voyeurism and West Memphis Three segments.

Susan Hrudka said...

Thanks for posting the "Perks" segment! I think the movie actually looks really good, but I wonder what Anderson would do, when he's asked to promote a movie that he thought wasn't very good.