Thursday, November 13, 2014

Anderson Cooper 360 - The RidicuList: Revenge Is Sweet

Anderson Cooper anchored AC360 from the NYC studio and ended the program with a RidicuList ~


We happened to be watching The Chew today when Anderson's name and The RidicuList came up.  Here's the full segment from The Chew ~


AC360 Transcript
AC360 Podcast

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1 comment:

Jaanza said...

I was six minutes late and wasn't impressed with the lead story. It was all about a newly released report detailing why a guy was able to jump the White House fence a while back. Mistakes were made and cell phones are evil. I watched Hayes interview two Congressmen about working with Obama and a possible government shutdown.

The second segment covered the different autopsies of Michael Brown (Ferguson MO), what was said and how they interpreted. Anderson had a good interview with Shawn Parcells.

Next segment had Sunny Hostin, Jeffrey Toobin and Mark O'Mara discuss the autopsies, the grand jury and other evidence. I didn't pay close attention, not because of Hayes but football.

While I'm glad 360 is covering political issues, some things were missing from the segment on a possible Obama Executive Order on immigration. Dana Bash did state what the big points in the Exec. Order might be and explained the future conniptions from the GOP. What wasn't said was why there has not been a good immigration reform bill passed by Congress in the last two years or what the new GOP-controlled Congress will do about immigration in the next two years… besides getting bitchy and threatening a government shutdown.
There was a minute or two at the end of the segment for Jim Sciutto with ISIS news concerning some factions cooperating with Al Queda groups.

Rosa Flores had a another good report on the missing Mexican students/protesters and how the town Mayor and his wife precipitated the disappearance of the students.

I couldn't get into the Ridiculist. Later I was ticked off when I found out I missed Hayes' interview with Jon Stewart about his 'Rosewood' film.
I'm sure Stewart would make the time to appear on 360 if Anderson asked him to, especially to promote a good film about a persecuted Egyptian journalist.

Yesterday I watched 360 but could not get time to post a comment in ATA. The two who did post had good comments which I agree with but I would like to add one thing. I really liked the segment about the space probe landing on a comet especially the discussion with Bill Nye and Miles O'Brien. Hopefully, Anderson will have Nye back for a segment on climate change.