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C'mon people. Why do we need another talk show starring people who have absolutely nothing of substance, intelligence (or interest) to add to the public discourse? And frankly, I'm not interested in looking at a peroxide version of the Kommercial Kardashian Klan for an hour every day: i.e., kosmetically enhanced out-sized boobs/butt in clothes that are 2 sizes too small. Yuk! This sort of programming is classless, uninteresting, uninspired and, frankly, old. Next???
We can and should do better with daytime TV. Not every celebrity ought to have a talk show. My suggestion to Fox: find some talented, knowledgeable, fascinating and articulate folks for your next talk show. They don't have to be celebrities and they don't have to be plastic surgery creations who look like fake Barbie dolls. But they DO have to be INTERESTING. How hard is that?
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