Thursday, November 1, 2012

A Chacun Sons Gout (and A. Coyne Has Some Mighty Dubious Gout)

The NatPo's Andrew Coyne writes re a Late Night With Jimmy Fallon show sans a studio audience:
It was painful at times, but it also added a certain intensity. Host and guest really listened to each other, rather than constantly winking to the audience. As Seth Meyers, one of Fallon’s guests, put it, it was “like watching Charlie Rose, if he had a band, and everyone was high.” I don’t know about you, but that’s a show I’d like to see.
You would? Frankly, that's a show I'd avoid like the plague.

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