Friday, September 14, 2012

Anderson Live, Friday, September 14, 2012

David Arquette was in the co-host chair today. Enjoy the "First 15" which included today's "Frugal Friday" tip and Tony Danza as a "mystery guest" ~

Today's guests: Richard Gere, Susan Sarandon & the Cast of "Arbitrage"

And a clip from today's show where Anderson talks about meeting Richard Gere when he was only 12 and still has his "PlayBill" ~


From the 'Anderson' photo booth ~

David Arquette, Richard Gere, Susan Sarandon Guest on Anderson Live posted the following photos from the show that aired today ~

AC360 Transcript
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Anonymous said...

Loved Richard Gere and Susan Sarandon, but what the heck was David Arquette doing there. If he couldn't be on beyond the first 15 minutes, why have him. Doesn't the Anderson Live staff check these things? Another thing I've noticed that the co-host seems to disappear after the first 15 minutes and the show is Anderson doing the interviewing until almost the end when the co-host returns for the final few minutes. I would really like to see AC and the co-host take part in the sitdown with the guests and talk to them, if not why have a co-host?

Anonymous said...

Anderson in brown pants and shoes- that's new. I believe that person who is in charge of choosing his clothes for the show said last season that one of her goals was to make him wear brown. Well, she did it. I find it symbolic. There's a hidden metaphor here. Sarah

Anonymous said...

I actually don't mind the co-host and the first 15 stuff. I feel Anderson is better when he has someone to bounce stuff off of. The thing with it is part of me doesn't think they really are co-hosts. Just glorified guests. I understand why you wouldn't want some of the co-host for some interviews but at the same time it just seems off because of that.

On_Love_Street_With_Jim_Morrison said...

Today's show was one of the better ones this week, though it still seems random and disorganized.

Anonymous said...

It would be smarter to have one co-host for the entire week.
But that would require too much thinking and commitment on Anderson's part and he'd actually have to get involved.
What is lacking his his own personal choice but that also requires responsiblity and decision making and taking control.
People who have talk shows that are highly respected seek control, like Ellen.
Every portion of her show was developed by her and approved by her...even giving Anderson air time on her program.
That is why she has been on for as long as she has and is successful and of course, she has talent.

aries moon said...

I wish I could stay at Richard Gere's Inn, it looked so nice and he came off well during the interview. I liked the story Anderson told about being a young gay kid who was moved by Gere's play--I hope we continue to get interesting glimpses of Anderson's life like that as the show goes on. Susan Sarandon seemed a little too serious or slightly cold, but that's probably just my imagination. What was up with David Arquette not staying? He didn't know he was supposed to co-host? Anderson did say on the after-show chat that they'd be trying out different co-hosts and some may stay a week or so just to see how it goes.

Anonymous said...

I am really enjoying Anderson's new format. I have never made it through an entire hour of Ellen, Katie or Dr Oz. This week I watched all Anderson's shows for a full hour.

aries moon said...

Actually Rasmussen is widely known to skew conservative, it's not at all non-partisan, and Gallup can sometimes tend to be more conservative than the rest of the polls. This was not a good week for Romney, no one can deny that. And considering the state of the economy (although jobs are being ADDED, just not as many as we'd like), President Obama should be polling worse than he is and Romney should be a lock, but the president still is holding his own.