An opinionated and controversial sports talk show with qualified guests, that aired on ESPN. Every 30 minute episode was hosted by the outspoken sports writer and commentator, Stephen A. Smith.
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An opinionated and controversial sports talk show with qualified guests, that aired on ESPN. Every 30 minute episode was hosted by the outspoken sports writer and commentator, Stephen A. Smith.

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The show debuted on ESPN2 at 6:30 (ET), Monday, 1 August 2005. See more »

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Stephen A. Smith: [at the end of each show] It's my house, but you're welcome anytime.
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Donald Trump
30 October 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I love the show "Quite Frankly" and think that it is informative and entertaining. One of the reason why I watch the show is because I like Stephen A. arrogant mannerism. He's knows sports. He's passionate about the industry and has presence in newspapers, broadcast and now cable television. ESPN2 loves Stephen A. Smith. However, I was taken aback by the way Stephen interviewed Donald Trump. You must respect a man who is of billionaire status. And be thankful that the "Don" came on 'Quite Frankly.' Now Donald is not perfect, and he sports a toupee, who cares; he's The Donald. And the yelling on this show by Stephen A., with this guest, was unnecessary! Donald couldn't finish a sentence. More respect should have been shown on this show with this guest. If Stephen wants guests of this status, or other celebrities that have imperfections to come or return to"his house", then he needs to be more welcoming.

Sclark20


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