After Johnny Carson's retirement from the show, Jay Leno stepped in as his permanent replacement. The format of the show has remained largely unchanged, consisting primarily of an opening ... See full summary »
It's a party in the kitchen each and every afternoon, as "The Chew" celebrates and explores life through food. Each show brings viewers smart and intelligent talk that engages the audience ... See full summary »
....especially in some of the musical numbers. For example: Connick plays his large white piano and a miniature drum set simultaneously in one segment (as if to prove he's a showoff), then toward the end of said segment Connick stands on top of his piano and conducts his band in a contrived, unconvincing manner.
And some of the other segments are just plain *stupid, goofy, and inane* (e.g. "Harry Tries....," "My Hidden Talent").
I was flabbergasted to read last March NBC Universal decided to give this waste of time a second season (hopefully it'll be its *last*). I wonder how much Connick bribed the NBC brass with to keep his sorry show alive?
Only for those who can stand this clown, his "square" music, and his over-the-top theatrics; otherwise not recommended. As dbborroughs said in his review of the Our Gang short "Doin' Their Bit" with regard to this program, "Take a pass."
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