Saturday, May 19, 2012

Anderson Cooper, AC360, Friday, May 18, 2012

KEEPING THEM HONEST, Martin Case Conflicting Evidence: Report by Anderson Cooper

SELF DEFENSE OR MURDER?, Evidence tells two different stories in Trayvon Martin Shooting: Report by Randi Kaye

NEW EVIDENCE IN TRAYVON MARTIN CASE, Newly-released pictures show Zimmerman's wounds: Anderson's follow up with Mark Geragos and Marcia Clark

KEEPING THEM HONEST, Romney's Fuzzy Math: Report by Anderson Cooper

HARD QUESTIONS ON FUZZY MATH, This week Romney revived "100,000 jobs" claim: Anderson's follow up with James Carville & Mary Matalin

SELLING A MIRACLE?: A report by Anderson Cooper

SELLING A MIRACLE?, Clinic uses experimental stem cell therapy: Preview of Drew Griffin's Sunday night report on CNN

SHOCKING TREATMENT: A report by Anderson Cooper

SHOCKING TREATMENT, Mass. School defends controversial therapy: Anderson's follow up with Cheryl McCollins (Son videotaped being shocked), Greg Miller (Fmr. teacher's aide at Judge Rotenberg Center), Marie Washington (Son attends Judge Rotenberg Center), and Michael Flammia (Attorney fr Judge Rotenberg Center)


BLOGGER'S NOTE: There was no RidicuList tonight, but Anderson appeared on Jeopardy! today and has a segment on 60 Minutes Sunday. You can watch a preview of his 60 Minutes segment here and read about it here. We will be posting Anderson's Jeopardy! appearance on Sunday morning and his 60 Minutes segment Sunday evening.

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aries moon said...

It was difficult to watch those clips of kids being shocked, it's hard to imagine that it's beneficial for them.

Anonymous said...

Overall it was an okay 360 on Friday. The report about the evidence in the Trayvon Martin shooting was done well and it was a good discussion with Marcia Clark and Mark Geragos.

In the segment about fact-checking Romney, Anderson had a great minute presenting what Romney has said and lining that up with the facts. I expected the panel with Matalin and Carville to be more interesting, to have more sparks, but it was kind of dull.

I did not see "Anderson' on Friday but it looks like the "shock the kids" school the talk show had was the same one 360 showed. An important topic but I don't like cross-over topics between the two shows. Sometimes it's justified like when talking to Trayvon Martin's family but this time it just seemed like they were filling in time with stuff from the daytime show and I didn't like it.

No Ridiculist and nothing about Anderson's appearance on 'Jeopardy.' I was hoping to see Anderson say something snarky about Eli Whitney.