Explores the emotional struggles and sexual politics of a group of doctors charged with healthy libidos. Their dedication to their personal lives is relentless, interrupted only by the occasional need to treat sick children.
One-hour retrospective special that was broadcast the hour preceding the series finale of "Will & Grace." The special features the cast talking about their favorite moments, as well as ... See full summary »
I do not watch Megan's show. I only see snippets of it while I'm flipping channels at 6am. From what I see so far, it's not the best talk show ever, however, it isn't a train wreck either. I think Megan is a warm and friendly host and just allows her audience and guests to let loose and make themselves at home. I also enjoy her sense of humor and how she brightens things up. Now, what she needs to work on is adding a little more variety to the show. Upon watching, I noticed that she goes straight to the interviews once she starts and sort of centers the show towards them. I have seen viewer-friendly segments, comedy skits, etc, but not lots of them. Like Ellen's show, the opening would flow a lot better if Megan did some sort of monologue or chat intimately (sp) with her audience before the interviews, as well as more variety segments and whatever.
I give Megan a 5. She's no Ellen, but she's clean, funny, light hearted, and down to earth. She still has time to spice things up and add things on to get to the success level Ellen's on.
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