Friday, December 23, 2011

Anderson Cooper: Friday, December 23, 2011

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ANDERSON: Anderson's Holiday Show

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On_Love_Street_With_Jim_Morrison said...

Today's Anderson wasn't too bad but it seemed like alot packed into an hour. I think my favorite part was the woman who surprised her husband with a Skype chat with Anderson.

The 360 On the Frontlines special was pretty good, especially when they were talking about the Japan earthquake/tsunami.

judy said...

In the first photo, AC looks very pensive or worried or both.

Anonymous said...

I loved the 360 special. Anderson seemed so comfortable doing the interviews and talking to his colleagues about the topics - this is what he is good at and he SHOULD have done this type of show.

As for the daytime show I did watch but was not impressed.

aries moon said...

Good to see all those great reporters recounting what they witnessed while working out in the field in 2011--I was especially glad to hear from Arwa Damon and Sara Sidner--really impressive work from both of them.

I enjoyed watching the Anderson Christmas show giveaways--it's always nice to see people so happy and surprised by their gifts. Funny moment when AC mistakenly gave the answer to one of the Christmas quiz questions on the show.

Anonymous said...

I don't care if Anderson gave Santa give-aways for playing Santa.
The whole idea of a grown man interviewing Santa is disturbing.
Especially after he's interviewed the President of the United States.
Did Oprah ever interview Santa?
I know he was kidding around, but his audience is not filled with children.

Karen said...

I just found out about this show when Anderson learned to ring handbells on December 23. That was really fun to see the audience all ringing "Jingle Bells."

Looks like a fun show that I might check out again.