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Piers Morgan enjoys spewing one-liners in order to shoot down a guest who has opposing views. He would rather make a fool out of the scenario rather than inducing a full and thorough discussion on the topic at hand.
The show embodies Morgan's spirit of belligerence, bias, and incomprehension remarkably well, as is emanates from every episode. His "discussions" are littered with ad hominems and straw man fallacies! Perhaps this is why his ratings are so low and why this show is being canceled.
I chose to rate this show as a 1 foremost, as a great source for observing logical fallacies in schoolroom settings.
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