Each week, a new pair of total strangers are faced with the ultimate survival challenge: survive for 21 days together with no clothes or supplies in some of the most dangerous environments ... See full summary »
Having read some of the other reviews of this show, one would think that it has absolutely no redeeming features. That is not the case. OK, it is true that Joe Scarborough lacks the charm and charisma of a Tucker Carlson, and the wit and maturity of Jack Cafferty, and doesn't have the screen presence of a Wolf Blitzer, but Joe does try hard to bring news down to a level that can be understood by even the most dim-witted viewer out there. It just may be that Joe's voice is akin to fingernails slowly descending a chalkboard, and the fact that he never shuts up that really seems to irate a person. He does seem to talk over his guests, with an over-bearing attitude, but once you get used to his style, it's not so bad. Willie keeps things light, appears to really enjoy his job on the show as the morning dunce. And Mika? Well, she is just Mika, what more can be said. The news, and especially the political views of Joe Scarborough are presented in a laid back, easy to watch format; once you get passed Joe.
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