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Strictly a guy's point of view, but this show is horrible! A bunch of crotchety old has been women ranting about everything. Sharon Osboring is the worst of them all. Her voice alone sends shrills up my spine with her accent and is almost impossible to watch given all the plastic surgery that has now created this permanent Raggidy Ann look alike.
Julie Chen needs to cut her hair because it distracts from the show. I have never seen hair that big before on a lady. And of course, she is Les' wife, so the show will continue until Les moves on sadly.
The show also has a very political agenda (surprise...media has an agenda) and as you can imagine, it is as liberal as they come which further makes this show difficult to watch. There isn't a shred of fairness about it, it is literally a female liberal lynch mob of any conservative idea, person or action. Sadly the show didn't start off this way, but over time it has evolved into that.
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