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This is a refreshing show. I realize a lot of people hate it, but that's probably because they're used to perfectly executed, super-smooth shows like "The Daily Show" (and remember, when that got started, they didn't know what the hell they were doing, either). "Too Late" is just a guy rambling on aimlessly with his guest. The complete randomness and awkwardness bring it down to a personal level. It feels like the type of show YOU would do with your friends. Adam seems like a pretty down to earth guy, and I admire the way he really doesn't seem to care how slipshod the show is; he's just talking with his guest and enjoying himself. He keeps trying new things, and I imagine that if they keep this on the air long enough, it will evolve into a pretty good show. I am liking this so far, and I'm interested to see where they go with it.
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