Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Anderson Live, Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Anderson's co-host today was Gabrielle Union.  Enjoy the 'First 15' ~

GUEST/TOPIC SEGMENTS:  Ripley's Believe It or Not Record Holders; Dog Whisperer Cesar Millan

Anderson's Molly checks out Cesar ~


Blogger's Note:  Today's show seemed to be one of those "canned" shows Anderson had pre-taped for a situation like today.  The segment with Cesar Millan was a segment apparently taped the same day as his previous appearance, when Anderson brought Molly to work.  Anderson also anchored the 2pm to 4pmET edition of CNN's Newsroom.  We'll be posting that shortly.

EXTRAS:  From the andersoncooper.com website ~

AC360 Transcript
AC360 Podcast

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Anonymous said...

Here is a perfect example of why Anderson, who only had 3 people in his audience, according to one commenter, is being canceled.
Home, because of the storm, I tuned in to see what the problem was.
It was HIM.
He had a beautiful co-host, he didn't use, and all she did was stand around looking and feeling awkward because HE, did not know what to do with her.
Did he ever say to himself why isn't this working and really look at himself instead of promoting himself on radio and television and saying the same thing over and over??
He probably still doesn't know why he failed.
I have said this before and I will say it again....he is far too 'self absorbed.'
He can't get past himself and until he does, he will fail.

ACAnderFan said...

Today's Anderson was OK. Of course the best part was Molly. I like her she seems like such a sweet, gentle dog.

aries moon said...

That panda dog was something else. Gabrielle Union was pleasant, smart and attractive and would've made a good regular co-host, but of course it doesn't matter now.

Anonymous said...

Some people may feel that it was unfair that Anderson was canceled so early in the season, but according to Huffpost, the affiliates were sending out feelers to get a take on who else was available for his time slot.
Once that happens, word does get out that the stations carrying the show are not happy with its performance.
While it is true that there are other shows that are pulling in the same ratings or lower, Anderson
is being paid quite a bit more than other talent and the bottom line is always money.
Having said that, there are some contracts that not only pay for the talent, but also if it is really successful, like Judge Judy, will also earn a percentage of the shows profit in syndication, which I suppose is what Anderson wanted.