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Patrick J. Adams,
I should have known how this show was going to turn out when he had presidential candidate Obama do a promo for his soon to be launched show in 2008.
I've seen 6 shows (7 if you could the one currently playing on TBS) and in EVERY monologue, he has said nothing but great things about Obama. In 4 of the 7 shows, he has said extremely negative things about Sarah Palin.
I did smile one time during these 7 shows. It was the show when one of the guests brought animals out on stage, and one of the animals bit George and drew blood.
It is possible to do a show that doesn't need vulgarity and racism to draw viewers.
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