From Mercury Studios in Las Colinas, Glenn Beck brings you a fusion of entertainment and enlightenment. From the political world to the entertainment world... from affecting culture to ...
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From Mercury Studios in Las Colinas, Glenn Beck brings you a fusion of entertainment and enlightenment. From the political world to the entertainment world... from affecting culture to analyzing it, The Glenn Beck Program is watched by millions of people around the world on TheBlaze TV. Written by
Been a fan of Glenn's ever since his Philadelphia days. He had this way of making you think and laugh at the same time. I have to admit that when I started watching him on TV, I was disappointed. The show sucked! Sorry Glenn... Lately however, he's grown into it and it's no longer embarrassing to watch him as it was on premiere broadcast.
However, lately, it's mostly been doom and gloom. Glenn was really good at his job, anyone remember the time he "killed a puppy" live on the air? But that's missing lately. Nowadays he doesn't have that annoyingly innocent charm he used to. He's too... serious... while ironically not taking his comedy and entertainment seriously.
If he went back to the old days of comedy and less politics, he'd be able to beat out O'Reilly in the ratings. He's already on the way of doing that, but it's taking him longer than necessary, in my opinion.
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