Wednesday, February 01, 2012

AC360 on Wednesday February 1

KEEPING THEM HONEST: Pardoning Crimes of Passion: Report by Anderson Cooper

MISSISSIPPI PARDONS MESS Walker never notified that Gatlin was in Gov's. program: Discussion with Jefrey Toobin and Randy Walker

Follow up discussion with James Carville and Ari Fleischer

TEEN INJURED IN PILEUP WON'T BE DEPORTED ICE: "reports of her facing deportation are completely false": Report by Martin Savidge

360 BULLETIN: Isha Sesay

INCREASED THREAT FROM IRAN? Intel officials say attacks on U.S. soil possible: Discussion with Fran Townsend and Karim Sadjadpour

'SOUL TRAIN' FOUNDER DIES Don Cornelius was 75 years old: Report by Anderson Cooper

360 BULLETIN: Isha Sesay

THE RIDICULIST:  Joan Rivers' Blaze of Glory

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aries moon said...

Sad to hear about the death of TV icon Don Cornelius (nice tribute by Anderson). I grew up watching Soul Train every Saturday.

Anonymous said...

Again it was odd to start out with the story about the Mississippi pardoned murderers but again it was the best part of the show.

Don't know why Romney's comment got so much time ("I don't care about really poor people.") Don't all Repbulicans feel that way?

The Ridiculist was pretty good this time. I thought the clips of Joan Rivers allegedly high were pretty tame; she wasn't behaving all that differently than she did on "Fashion Police" (I'm not a regular watcher but had to see the SAG episode.)

Anderson seemed a little out of it, maybe he's distracted or something. He was verbally clumsy a few times most notably after The Shot when saying upcoming reports. I don't know maybe I'm too quick to notice them now and blame the talk show.


On_Love_Street_With_Jim_Morrison said...

I liked the piece about Don Cornelius. So sad to hear he died. I like watching old episodes of Soul Train. I watched a documentary on VH1 once about Soul Train and it was very interesting.