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A refreshing change of pace for a talk show
31 March 2000 | by (Atlanta) – See all my reviews

Earlier, I had voiced an opinion of Turn Ben Stein On and after reviewing what I had written, I realized I hadn't given it near the credit it deserves. I greatly underestimated the total number of viewers. After conferring with someone who is very close to the show, it was brought to my attention that instead of tens of thousands of viewers (which I had originally estimated), there are actually millions. I can definitely understand why so many would tune into Turn Ben Stein On. As stated before, it is a very witty, intelligent and entertaining show and has the most amazing guests, not to mention the Host, "Mr. Genius" Ben Stein himself. He has attracted quite a following. With his charm, wit, and complete openness. He is easily becoming the cult figure of the coming millennium.


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