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This show just came to IFC in Canada, and I must say I'm not impressed. Nothing interesting or radical and Rollins television personality seems incredibly stiff and awkward. He had Chuck D on as a guest and conversation made no sense. The soapbox part was weird and didn't seem to work, the musical guest tepid. He is trying to portray himself as a cross between Bill Maher and Bob Costas, and neither works. He had one "rant" where he talked about the difference between owning a gun and owning a car and he said, for one of them you didn't need a license. Huh? Oh well, I'll give it another chance, but so far not impressed. Listen to Air America Radio on the net instead, or mike malloy.
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