Wednesday, May 08, 2013

Anderson Live Wednesday, May 8, 2013


Anderson's guest co-host for the day was 'Today' Show's Natalie Morales.   Enjoy the 'First 15' ~

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There was more after the break ~

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GUEST/TOPIC SEGMENTS: Medical Mystery: Boy Who Can't Eat; Anderson Live Lab: Putting Health Gadgets to the Test

Gadget segment ~

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EXTRA:
From the 'Anderson Live' photo booth ~



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3 comments:

aries moon said...

I liked this episode, AC and Natalie Morales had a nice rapport and AC seemed to be in a good mood and enjoying himself. I liked the segment with Dr. Ian Smith and the military doggie was adorable.

I know everyone is pretty much over the daytime show (it being cancelled certainly doesn't help!) but I still watch it daily--in fact I meant to comment that the show with Nora O'Donnell co-hosting was also a good one, very funny with AC's many neurosis on display.

Jaanza said...

Anderson and Natalie Morales were fun together, liked the talk about Brazil. I think Anderson was exaggerating about his drunkeness, he behaved about the same. It would be awesome to see him do a drinking on the air challenge a la 'WKRP in Cincinnati' with Johnny Fever and Venus Flytrap - a great old episode, I'll have to try to find it somewhere.

I loved Natalie's PSA with her doggie, what a cutie. And the military puppy was also cute but also looked sleepy, maybe he just woke up or it's simply how bulldogs look. It was adorable when Anderson held him and he licked his face.

The First 15 was pretty good but I couldn't help thinking of Andeson's justification for going *LIVE* and the advantages of the new studio. It was all about being topical.

trampadoo said...

That episode was so much fun. I like me some drunk Anderson, he's always a bit more relaxed and open when tipsy. :D And dogs just love him. I guess they can just feel when a person likes them.