Weekly entertainment/arts review show hosted by writer/broadcaster John Kelly. A panel of various contributors (authors, directors, journalists, artists, actors, musicians, politicians) are invited to discuss a selection of current books, films, performances, exhibitions and events.
"The first they teach you on the View is you can disagree without being disagreeable. Because once you start getting disagreeable, the audience doesn't really like that!" Star Jones commenting on the infamous split screen shouting match between Rosie O'donnell and Elizabeth Hasselbeck which led to Rosie O'donnell quitting the show later that day. See more »
Watching this show is like watching a live train wreck. It's morbidly captivating in the sense that while you cringe at every sentence you can't look away. Meanwhile, you wonder to yourself, does anyone watch this show because they agree? Or does the rest of the world, like me, get drawn into the mind-boggling stupidity and without noticing waste an hour of their life losing IQ points.
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