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This is a technically bad show whose hosts are never prepared with banter except about themselves. Steines loves bragging about himself and she goes along with it painfully. Without seeing the ratings, I'd guess nothing but hash marks or barely a 1, which, as national advertisers like to put it, "a 1 is a 1 is a 1".
I'd rather watch "The 700 Club" at the same time on another network, and I'm not religious at all.
Hosts who care, spend time beforehand to actually read newspapers and care about current events, not whether or not it was written for them on cue cards so far away from the lens of the camera, we can always tell they're reading. My guess is they both arrive 30 minutes before air. It shows.
My advice: replace him with a real host. She can be salvaged and not look so intimidated (he relayed a story about both being in his trailer and her fetching coffee for him) by an ego maniac.
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