What would you do if you were locked in a room with a bunch of people every Saturday? On nights when the wifi was slow, they used their imagination to survive. A bunch of millennial's created a self proclaimed club called the INSIDERS.
Along with Hard Copy (1989) and A Current Affair (1986), this show was one of the early alternative news shows to be carried nationwide in the US. Primary stories usually focused on sex ... See full summary »
I liked (Pat O'Brien). The news. The guests. It was a thrilling magazine indeed. I hated making a fuss about something, to discover later that it was totally nothing. But this is journalism anyway!
After that, OH MY GOD!!!
It's about (Donny Osmond). What (Donny Osmond) did today? What (Donny Osmond) didn't do today? And what about his sister (Marie Osmond)? Did she call him today? Did she not? Actually why didn't they call it (Donny Osmond's Own Daily News Show), or (Donny Osmond's TV blog)? They even at one point hired him as a host (Grrrrr!). Meanwhile, nobody ever told me what happened to (Pat O'Brien) who disappeared suddenly and vaguely!
After that (yes.. there is more) they put a table. Brought (Star Jones). Some people I don't know, and I don't want to know either, to do nothing but yak, yak, yak and yak!
They tried to bring the best of the old Insider and The View, to end up as the worst of any time I spend in front of the TV!
It became impossible to stand arguing oaf matters. They talk loudly, and so ardently, about everything that I don't care about (and any sane human mustn't!). The whole thing turned into a talebearing sessions, where nonsense is being discussed so seriously. Sometimes I feel so pity for them. And sometimes I just yell "Shut Up"!
Take it from me: CHANGE THE CHANNEL. Otherwise, you'll be a fool yourself!
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