• Network: CBS
  • Series Premiere Date: Oct 18, 2010
  • Season #: 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 73 , 75

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Overwhelming dislike- based on 19 Ratings

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  3. Negative: 14 out of 15
  1. Sep 22, 2011
    The second seas: on is horrible. Just can't watch it any longer. Holly and Leah and Sharon made this show last season, now it's a waste of my time. Please go to Leah and Holly LIVE on Facebook and Like. Full Review »
  2. Sep 22, 2011
    They have really messed up their lineup! Not sure if it was Julie Ego or the lack of Sara having a spine! To take off the 2 hosts who were the most talented and funniest that is just wrong! Then to add insult to injury ~ how can you not tell viewers that they would not be back for season 2, that is just wrong! I hope that this show tanks and they get canceled!! Oh wait that will not happen, Julie the Homewrecker Chinbot is married to the BOSS!! Full Review »
  3. Sep 21, 2011
    Notice a pattern? One black women on "The Talk" - a professional stand-up comedian. Two black women on "The View" - both professional stand-up comedians. Why don't these shows fill some of these positions with black women who are experienced journalists (like "the black Barbara Walters") and respected political pundits (like "the black Arianna Huffington"). Yes, these black women DO exist! Having three black women from the SAME profession in such high-profile positions makes me, as a black woman, feel stereotyped and disrespected. Unfortunately, for some their only opportunity to hear a black woman express her opinions in a long-form discussion might be on this type of talk show. To make matters worse, Underwood is not one of the modern black female comedians. Similar to Sherri Shepard, she's a comedian from a by-gone era who relies mostly on unfunny boisterous over-the-top racial stereotypes to get laughs. It was painful to see Underwood on "The Talk" pull out the old joke about a black woman with bad credit trying to use a credit card - Chris Rock originated that routine and even he stopped using it two decades ago! VOTE FOR BETTER PROGRAMMING BY CHANGING THE CHANNEL!!! Full Review »