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February 11th, 2013
07:49 PM ET

Tonight: Donny Deutsch kicks off "Guest Host Week"

This evening at 9, television personality and "Today" show contributor Donny Deutsch kicks off "Guest Host Week" on "Piers Morgan Tonight."

As seen in the clip above, Deutsch will literally be keeping host Piers Morgan's chair warm for the fourth time, inviting guests Faith Salie, Gary Vaynerchuk, Stan Van Gundy and Abby Huntsman to tackle the trending topics of the day, including the resignation of Pope Benedict, gun control, and weight gain and loss among public figures.

Tune in tonight to see Deutsch's signature style of "cheeky" interview as demonstrated in a previous discussion with Lara Spencer from "Good Morning America," tennis superstar Serena Williams, finance guru Suze Orman, and "CBS This Morning"'s Gayle King where they discussed the salacious guilty pleasure for a good portion of the female population, the "Fifty Shades of Grey" book franchise.

See the clip where King tells Deutsch, "I don't want spanking of any kind," and join Deutsch at 9 p.m. for what will likely be a night of great discussion, with a dash of Deutch's brand of fun and mischief.
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  1. Nonie Babula

    Let’s all of us rethink this gun law thing.

    I am very weary of the many gun owners who continually whine about their rights to own a bullying weapon when the only result to their lame argument is that they ultimately, want to kill someone. And they want the laws of this country to agree with them. They call this a right.
    To have the right to kill someone is not the most important right in this country.
    To put a gun in the hands of all teachers, including pre-school teachers is not the most important right in this country.
    To own an assault rifle with multi magazine rounds to kill squirrels is not the most important right in this country.
    To be able to squirm around the law and not perform background checks wherever guns are sold, including gun shows is not the most important right in this country.
    I am not buying your argument that most gun owners are law abiding citizens.
    Many of the people that commit violence with guns today and become criminals were ‘law abiding citizens yesterday.
    We are tired of the bullies with guns hiding behind the apron strings of the second amendment.
    How much armament will be enough?
    Where does it stop guns…tanks…missiles?
    What laws are you, as a high powered gun advocate, willing to shoot over?
    The very argument that you use is to commit a crime ( government takeover) by not abiding by the laws of this country. Who will you be willing to kill to preserve a privilege that was awarded to decent men in simpler times?
    The gun owner needs to be responsible for their registered guns.
    Are you willing to accept all responsibility if your firearm gets in the wrong hands?
    Will you accept the punishment attached to a life taken with your gun?
    What if you were held financially responsible for the health care of a person damaged, maybe for life, by your gun?
    Gun Manufacturers need to bear responsibility for weapons created for killing people.

    I think the gun people, that believe this a only a mental health issue, should know that it is going to take a “bigger gun” to infringe on what’s going on inside someone’s head and the integrity of the person making those judgments upon anyone that is having a bad day. Who decides who’s the good guy with the gun?
    Do you want to know who is going to contribute to your mental health evaluation? Guess who?
    Your wife or ex-wife, your boss or x-boss, your children, your next-door neighbor, your relatives that have thought you were wacko for a long time, your therapists, your doctor. Maybe your x-cell mate. How many of us would hold up to that scrutiny?
    That brand of psycho searching could turn out bad for y’all.

    February 11, 2013 at 8:06 pm | Report abuse | Reply
    • Steven Craig

      It is certainly your right to be as narrow minded as you want to. And to speak your nonsense all you want. Firearms are tools and I've owned tools all my life. My tools are not used to kill anyone, but to defend my family from those that wish to do harm. Firearms are first and foremost a deterrent for us law abiding citizens. I am all for common sense gun laws, not knee-jerk reaction nor over emotional nonsense. Using logic is the only way to determine what will and what won't work. So Nonie Babula, take a few xanax and have a glass of wine and leave the laws to someone not quite so hysterical!

      February 12, 2013 at 4:51 pm | Report abuse | Reply
    • thaNorthStar.com

      wow long rant.
      where do you get this idea that guns are for killing people? only a tiny amount of people use guns to kill people. all the other 80 million people have guns to stop murders.
      you can do what you want but you seem to have major issues that could easliy be fixed if you just understood that simple thing.
      there is about 80 million guns owners (ive heard) & they all have guns for protection & to stop crime & to stop murders.

      please look at facts. there are 800,000-2.5 million crimes stopped each year by a citizen with a gun. thats true. you too can help your country & community if you also learned how to use & carry a gun.

      the next sandy hook could be prevented by someone like you!

      if you can handle the responsibility of carrying a gun & protecting your community then the least you could do is thank other people for it instead of demonizing them.

      February 14, 2013 at 8:15 am | Report abuse | Reply
    • thaNorthStar.com

      sorry spelling correction...
      if you CAN'T**** handle the responsibility of carrying a gun & protecting your community then the least you could do is thank other people for it instead of demonizing them.

      February 14, 2013 at 8:16 am | Report abuse | Reply
    • thaNorthStar.com

      Nonie,
      if you refuse to look at facts & statistics about guns, gun laws & gun crimes, then please use some common sense.
      if you dont understand that violent crimes are the highest in places like chicago that have already basically banned guns, then ask yourself...
      if a violent criminal, or group of violent criminals, were to attack you, how could you possible stop them?

      do you not understand that the common theme in any violent crime is that the victim was unarmed?

      the common theme in any violent crime that is thwarted is the person being attacked was armed?

      ive told my personal story on here before. i was jumped by 6 guys while i was protecting my girlfriend from being assaulted. i was almost knocked unconscious. i had no way to defend myself against that many people. so after that, i chose to get a pistol & a permit to carry. i train regularly & carry my pistol everywhere. i pray i never have to ever use it, but im not going to allow a group of people every attack me like that again. why do you have a problem with that?

      all my neighbors & friends in my community know i have a permit to carry & they appreciate that i am willing to take on that responsibility. they feel the safest they ever feel when they are with me because they know i will not let anything happen to them if someone tries to attack us.

      February 14, 2013 at 8:23 am | Report abuse | Reply
      • Nonie Babula

        NorthStar.com
        Where the heck do you live that you have to protect all of your friends and neighbors? When was the last time you shot someone? Maybe you could choose one thing that I said and we could discuss it. I have read your replies and I can't figure out what it is I said that you take exception with.
        If only we could hear the gun owners talk about real civilized solutions to problems. More guns and teaching more people to kill will never be the solution. Less guns and teaching our children to respect a life is the only solution.
        For all the guns that you claim are out there only to defend, I never hear of any of you shooting someone. The ones that whine the most about their guns being ripped from their hands have never even shot someone. Maybe if you did a little "shoot 'em up" we would see the need. That would not be a challenge.

        February 15, 2013 at 5:32 pm | Report abuse |
      • thaNorthStar.com

        you are missing the point. teaching people to protect themselves with guns isnt teaching people to kill. its to stop the killing. teaching kids to respeact life is the important part but its important to teach them that are some bad people who will try to harm them & they only way to stop them sadly is to be trained to use a firearm if neccessary.
        many crimes are stopped by gun owners without every firing a shot. like in the Oregon mall when the coward shooting incident people with an AR saw a citizen with a gun & stopped shooting innocent people & shot himself.
        you can dream that we live in a safe world but we never have & we never will. you need to be able to protect yourself or you can go somewhere where the citizens like to rely on the government & be told what to do.
        but to go around teaching kids who have no experience with guns that guns are made for killing people is a big reason why when they get access to a gun they go & kill someone.
        barely anybody uses guns to kill anyone. they are for protection but some people use products for other reasons then intended. like gasoline, you dont go around teaching kids gasoline is to burn houses down or to start people on fire. you teach them its for engines so when they get around gasoline they dont start setting people on fire.

        February 15, 2013 at 11:30 pm | Report abuse |
    • thaNorthStar.com

      & it doesnt matter what neighborhood i live in. violent crime can happen anywhere. when im with my neighbors & friends, they feel good that they know nothing can happen because i am concealing a firearm.
      its a pretty normal thing & people arent terrified of good people like me who have guns. many people have them in their homes. i just have a permit to carry it because i was violently attacked in the hallway of my apartment right outside my door. i do not want that to happen again so if i am ever under attack by 6 guys again or however many , i will use my gun to protect myself. if that ever happens i will try my best to warn them but if they continue to try to attack me i will have no problem shooting them.

      February 15, 2013 at 11:37 pm | Report abuse | Reply
      • Nonie

        NorthStar: I truly respect your right to be of the opinion that you are defending. I really disagree with you that everyone needs a gun for protection. Unfortunately for people like you most of the celebrated gun enthusiasts speaking out on your behalf are making all of gun owners look like “Cowboy Killer wannabes.”
        I would like to hear your imagined scenario of the gun fight you think is going to happen in your hallway. Where will your gun be? Do you carry it with hand on trigger when you take the garbage out? Do you have your hand on the trigger, with gun in sport jacket? I am sorry you had to go through the horror of being attacked, but how do you think it would have gone down, with six men, if you had had a gun on you? What if you had been knocked down by one of those attackers and he took your gun? What if one of them had a gun?
        What I want is for the guns, all the guns to never get into the hands of the wrong person.
        What I want is for the owner of that gun to be responsible for his gun no matter who takes it from him or who he gives it to. That would be the criminal that removes it from your possession. That would also be if you give it to your son or your cousin. If you are willing to take responsibility for this weapon that you have so strongly fought for to be created and so strongly fought to purchase with little scrutiny and are so willing to take zero responsibility for when it is no longer in your possession, then I’ll bet ya, the gun laws will be on your side.

        February 16, 2013 at 11:04 am | Report abuse |
      • thaNorthStar.com

        thats where training is important. i keep it concealed but im able to access it & pull it from its holster in less then a second if needed. ive practiced doing that many times when it was unloaded.
        i constantly stay aware of my surroundings & everyone in my view. im constantly looking for someone else who may have a gun.
        i carry a small slim kahr p9 so no one can ever tell i have it.
        but if someone was able to get the jump on me & put a gun to my head & steal my gun , then i dont see how i should be responsible for what they then decide to do wih it. itd be like saying if someone stole your car at gunpoint then crashed into people then you would be responsible. however if i didnt keep it locked up or let a mentally unstable person have easy access to it, then i could see bearing responsibilty.
        but the wild west was tamed by law abiding citizens carrying guns.its not like how anti gun people portray it. there was shootouts but that was usually the bad guys getting shot & getting caught.
        i use bullets that are hollow point so they dont penetrate walls or go throw an attacker or bounce off things like pavement in case i did have to use it. also being aware of surroundings like who might be behind your target is why continuing with training is important.
        i take it to the range every few weeks & practice shooting. i stay familiar with it. i was trained by ex police officers. if someone pulled a gun a on me or any other weapon, id much rather have my gun to save my life & other peoples lives then to not have any options. plus if the criminal did that to me & i didnt shoot him & stop him, he would probably continue doing that to others.
        & yes icarry it even when taking out the trash because my previous incident proved to me that a violent attack could happen when i least expect it, even just in the hallway of my apartment.

        February 16, 2013 at 1:14 pm | Report abuse |
      • thaNorthStar.com

        also another thing i like to do is to watch wildest police videos on tv. it shows a lot of real world situations when criminals use guns to attack. i like to watch it so it can help teach me how they happen & what to look for. its also a good show for people who may not be familiar with guns & it shows many attacks that are thwarted by citizens carry a gun.
        1 thing ive noticed in that show is that these criminals usually look for an easy target. even when they are carrying weapons, the 1st site of someone else with a gun usually sends them running. they arent looking to get into shootouts & get caught. they usually arent at the range every couple weeks practicing so usually they law abiding citizens wins in almost every situation when the weapons are fired.

        February 16, 2013 at 1:36 pm | Report abuse |
  2. Aine

    Re your topic tonight about old people working in certain jobs. I live in a city called Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, and our Mayor is 94 years old. Our city has 3\4 OF A MILLION PEOPLE. She will get re-elected again if she decides to run as her ratings continue to be very high. Time to get over the age thing since the boomers are getting old, and will control the world till they all move to the other side.

    Cheers
    Aine

    February 11, 2013 at 9:10 pm | Report abuse | Reply
    • Macbeth68

      I hope she wins. There is alot to be said for life experience no matter what age.

      February 11, 2013 at 9:56 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  3. Patricia

    is anyone else irritated by the fact that the guests speak over each other?

    February 11, 2013 at 9:14 pm | Report abuse | Reply
    • kiersten

      yes! not a good show

      February 11, 2013 at 9:16 pm | Report abuse | Reply
    • Jeff

      Yes! Nobody is listening, everybody wants to hear themselves talk - and the host interrupts as much as anybody. Unwatchable / unlistenable!

      February 11, 2013 at 9:21 pm | Report abuse | Reply
    • Farah

      Yes you are absolutely right. I thought it was a poorly moderated show. I missed Piers's presence on the show. Every one was talking to everybody else all at the same time.😦 I didnt get anything, there was no flow in conversation. It was more like a circus. So boring, and a waste of time. Not watching till Peirs s back.

      February 12, 2013 at 1:19 am | Report abuse | Reply
  4. Kiersten

    Who is that woman dressed in silver again? And what are her credentials besides being loud, rude, and judgmental. Obesity is a disease like any other that requires treatment. Unless she is a physician, should she really be asking why people don't want to loose weight on public television. Since she isn't leaving the show, i'm going to have to, just can't enjoy the rest of the debate with her behavior.

    February 11, 2013 at 9:14 pm | Report abuse | Reply
    • Macbeth68

      I agree she was completely rude and offensive in her remarks. She is probably just hungry. 🙂 I guess sadly it is the one last thing in our society to pick on. Just like bullies on the playground lets get the kid that has the most obvious flaw and go after them.

      February 11, 2013 at 9:42 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  5. NJ

    UNBELIEVABLE – your topic, while discussed logically and less descriminatory by some on your panel, was introduced rediculously by the HOST DD! You are so kidding – it is absolutely "CASE BY CASE" whether someone is TOO OLD to perform their position whether PRESIDENT or CEO or other. And to discount that there is as likely to be folks who are TOO YOUNG to perform their positions was disturbing? I could not believe what I heard. DESCRIMINATION in FULL PUBLIC VIEW! I think the topic of MATURITY and EXPERIENCE and DEPENDABILITY and JOB SPECIFIC CAPABILITIES might bettehr have been brought into the conversation. Having been in the position to INTERVIEW for the filling of positions in a variety of environments, I found your premise absolutely absurd!

    February 11, 2013 at 9:16 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  6. melissa

    I'm sure if you tried, and not really hard, you could find more stupid people than the ones you have on tonight. People are still going around saying obesity is genetics. It's like the MIddle Ages in this country. Your show is stultifyingly idiotic. This is the best you can do in a country the size of the United States? It's mindboggling. Oh well, TV has literally become the idiot box. yes, i know i can change the station. That's not the point. DUH

    February 11, 2013 at 9:19 pm | Report abuse | Reply
    • mschu

      I am sure you are an endocrinologist that can verify that all weight gain is related to that donut.... Oh man...

      February 11, 2013 at 9:35 pm | Report abuse | Reply
      • melissa

        Oh man, if you give anyone 500 calories a day, they will eventually starve to death. The VAST majority of obese people eat too much and AFTER they lose the weight they will tell you that. I am not saying that there are not genetic exceptions but they are RARE. Oh Man.

        February 11, 2013 at 9:54 pm | Report abuse |
    • NJ

      NO PREMISE To much of what they said. Terrifying that these folks have "FOLLOWERS".

      February 11, 2013 at 9:39 pm | Report abuse | Reply
    • Macbeth68

      Well my genetics made me smart and fat so I guess I am just your regular oxymoron then aren't I.

      February 11, 2013 at 9:51 pm | Report abuse | Reply
    • Macbeth68

      Why do you care what I eat or what anyone else eats for that matter. What impact does my life have on you or anyone else besides my family and friends. Who gave anyone the right to tell me how to live my life as long as I am living within in the confines of the laws and not hurting anyone what business is it of anyones and before you say well your weight affects my costs anyone that gets in a car and drives drunk or smokes a cigarette or abuses drugs affects all of us too. Why can't we just leave people alone and just let people live life. We get one ride I personally want to enjoy it.

      February 11, 2013 at 10:02 pm | Report abuse | Reply
      • NJ

        Why do you care what I eat or what anyone else eats for that matter. What impact does my life have on you or anyone else besides my family and friends. Who gave anyone the right to tell me how to live my life as long as I am living within in the confines of the laws and not hurting anyone what business is it of anyones and before you say well your weight affects my costs anyone that gets in a car and drives drunk or smokes a cigarette or abuses drugs OR PRESCRIPTION DRUGS OR PROJECTS FOUL BEHAVIOR OR . . . affects all of us too. WE USED TO HANG PEOPLE WHO HAD EPILEPSY – that is how rediculous this whole show was in regards to weight – SO IGNORANT! AS SOMEONE PRIOR SAID, BEING OVERWEIGHT MAY JUST BE THE LAST PLACE WHERE THOSE WHO THINK SO HIGHLY OF THEMSELVES IN SUCH AN INSIGNIFICANT WAY CAN GET THEIR PENT-UP JUDGMENTAL HATE OUT ON EVERYONE ELSE HOPING TO KEEP ATTENTION ON THEMSELVES. Why can’t we just leave people alone and just let people live life. We get one ride I personally want to enjoy it. AMEN!

        February 11, 2013 at 10:12 pm | Report abuse |
  7. diane brown

    The first segment turned me off totally! Who are these people, including the host, rat-a-tat-tating comments and over talking everyone else? Not entertaining when a panel tries to outshout the rest of the panel. Especially when it comes to telling other people how to live their lives that they have no business self-righteously sticking their mouths into. TIME TO TURN THE CHANNEL.

    February 11, 2013 at 9:20 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  8. BT

    Tonights show is awful. All these folks talking over each other. None of them appear thoughtful.

    February 11, 2013 at 9:26 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  9. mschu

    Who are these people? The one isn silver has no clue about obesity... Judgemental... Awful show... But watching this train wreck, what does it say about me....

    February 11, 2013 at 9:30 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  10. LJ

    Apparently the Navy Seal who shot Bin Laden and none of the commentators or Donny have ever heard of the Post 9/11 GI Bill. The GI Bill acknowledges that there is a debt due to veterans for their service. Once leaving the military finding a job in fields which soldier are trained that are specifically related to wartime and battle don't often transition to civilian life. Therefore, the Government has granted benefits to Veterans who have earned them through their service in order to enable Veterans to receive a college education and /or vocational training to transition successfully to civilian life.

    February 11, 2013 at 9:32 pm | Report abuse | Reply
    • Macbeth68

      I agree. We need to support our veterans they went into combat not something I can honestly say I could do. That takes courage a hell of a lot of courage. We need ot ensure that they have all the tools needed to transition back into civilian life and after doing and seeing some of the things these soliders had to do it can not be easy. It is sad that the the first cuts made in the US budget all of the social services in deference to the defense budget. When will they learn if you don't have the people to do the job you won't have a defense.

      February 11, 2013 at 10:12 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  11. Maria

    Disastrous show; prattle , prattle prattle

    February 11, 2013 at 9:35 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  12. Zdravko

    You really made tonights program dumb. Is Aby Huntsman the best you can find ? Everybody with some brains turned you down? Really ... What happend to CNN. If I am interested in listening to people from the bar next door I will go to the bar and have a beer ? CCTV9 is much more interesting tonight .... Cheers ...

    February 11, 2013 at 9:36 pm | Report abuse | Reply
    • NJ

      DITTO . . . brainwashing folks who cannot think for themselves is the best they can do.

      February 11, 2013 at 9:44 pm | Report abuse | Reply
    • mschu

      The problem with this Abby is she is on NPR which is actually a good programming venue. She just lowered their stock. Sorry Abby, need to go.

      February 11, 2013 at 9:47 pm | Report abuse | Reply
      • mschu

        Sorry, talked to soon, Abby Huntsman is not someone I want to listen to, but this woman from NPR? Bad...

        February 11, 2013 at 9:51 pm | Report abuse |
  13. Sabrina

    I JUST DON'T GET HOW ITS A LOT OF (STARZS) BEEN IN TROUBLE FOR BEATING THEIR MATES OVER AND ****ING OVER WHICH I NEVER WOULD AGREE WITH BUT, THIS YOUNG MAN MAKES ONE HORRIBLE MISTAKE!! THE MEDIA CONTINUES TO TARGET CHRIS AND RHIANNA AND OTHERS HAVE FORGIVEN HIM!! HE'S NO OJAY SIMPSON THIS IS A KID WHOM **** UP ONE TIME!! GIVE IT A DAMN REST AND GET A LIFE AND STOP MAKING HIM A TARGET FOR WHAT HAS TAKEN PLACE WITH ALL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE WOMEN!! I AM A PAST VICTIM OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND I JUST DON'T SEE HIM AS A STRAIGHT UP WOMEN BEATER!! I JUST SEE HE MESS UP ONE TIME AND MADE A **** UP CALL IN WHICH I FEEL LIKE HE HAS PAID FOR TIME AND TIME AGAIN!! AND THE PUBLIC NEEDS TO MINE THEIR LIVES AND BACK OFF THAT KID!!! AND THE PROSECUTOR WHOM ABUSING HER/HIS POSITION NEEDS A LOOK INTO WHY SHE/HE FEEL THE NEED TO GO AFTER THIS YOUNG MAN BECAUSE YOU CAN AND WANT MEDIA PUBLICITY AND TO BE GLORIFIED NEEDS REMOVE ABUSING TAX PAYERS DOLLARS FOR NO CALL FOR BECAUSE HE OR SHE CAN NEEDS FIRED!!! STOP MAKING THAT KID A TARGET!!

    February 11, 2013 at 9:37 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  14. Macbeth68

    I am very offended by the comments Faith Saile made this evening regarding obese persons. Woo Hoo lets give the girl a medal because she works her butt off. I work my big butt off too!!! Why is it that we have so much compassion for a person that starves themselves to death because of body image disorder or they have low self esteem or they were abused as a child. All of those things are tragic but heaven forbid you are fat in this society!!! We can forgive an alcoholic or a drug addict but if you are fat you are nothing but a lazy slob. You are sucking America dry of al of its resources. You fat person that you are will be the downfall of this country. Like the man sitting next to her said this country has much bigger problems than people being overweight. I find it quite small minded that she gave the impression that because someone is fat they are unable or should not hold office because they may have a heart attack. Really several persons in public office shouldn't be because of blantant stupidity. New flash greed from corporate America will be the downfall of this country or can't you see that oh I forgot you are too busy staying thin!! Remember this is life nobody gets out alive so live and enjoy it even if that means an extra helping.

    February 11, 2013 at 9:37 pm | Report abuse | Reply
    • NJ

      Well said! She is afflicted with her own EGO-CENTRIC body image and not one thing she said is of any value to anyone but herself! TEDDY ROOSEVELT comes to mind . . .

      February 11, 2013 at 9:49 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  15. Mary

    I've just switched to PBS

    February 11, 2013 at 9:39 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  16. Maria

    Just switched to Al Jazeera!

    February 11, 2013 at 9:42 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  17. Michelle

    IS THERE A RAESON WHY YOUR ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT DOES NOT REFER TO THE PRESIDENT CORRECTLY? HE SHOULD BE ADDRESSED AS PRESIDENT OBAMA. INSULTING AND DISRESPECTFUL.

    February 11, 2013 at 9:46 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  18. Connie

    Cbtranch@suddenlink.nry

    February 11, 2013 at 9:47 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  19. Jane

    I'd rather watch QVC

    February 11, 2013 at 9:51 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  20. Sam

    Ms. Salie's lack of compassion & tact is part of what is wrong with our society. This show was not about having a reasonable debate of issues our society is currently facing. It was an attempt by a group of want-to-be celebrity "journalists/camera" addicts to get "fix" by being deliberately shocking and OBTUSE in hopes of polarizing public opinion with extreme & illogical staged arguments designed to get attention.

    February 11, 2013 at 9:53 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  21. Jane

    Sam agree with you totally

    February 11, 2013 at 9:56 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  22. Cee

    Thank god it's over

    February 11, 2013 at 10:00 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  23. Melinda Vargo

    You people need to go on The Legendary Blues Cruise! A week of music, music, music by the best! Who cares where the boat goes? Who cares what else is going on. I just want to listen to Taj Mahal and Tommy Castro and Rick Estrin.

    February 11, 2013 at 10:02 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  24. Catherine Frost

    Just watching D. D. and I'm disgusted that there was some much blocked out. At first I thought it was a technical glitch, but it became obvious that it was censoring. On cable, this is ridiculous. I think at least the viewing public should be told that censoring was in progress. I don't know whether it's CNN or Cox cable but either is unacceptable.

    February 11, 2013 at 10:05 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  25. flash

    This guy is terrible – please don't torture me like this again.

    February 11, 2013 at 10:10 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  26. no name

    Hope Piers is gone for good – if not, why not? Really enjoyed tonight's show. Anyone better than pompous Brit, Piers.

    February 11, 2013 at 10:53 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  27. travelcentury

    Donnie D. shame on you. Your comments tonight about obese people costing the country more money than anything, show that you got on television without doing your homework. You made up facts, spewed them out and had no control over your guests and the show. Before you get back on tv, (hopefully never) do your homework and get the correct facts and try to conduct the show with a little bit of dignity and respect, so that your children can be proud of you.

    February 11, 2013 at 11:55 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  28. Julie

    This was a joke of a show – very low-blow insults especially from the "girl" with the long brown hair who was asking "why can't you do anything about your weight"? She is opening herself to a lot of questions as to why she looks like she does? Who is she to determine who can do good work? Personally people like her is worrisome – first it's tobacco, then it's sugary drinks, then too old and too fat – how dare she thinks she is Miss Perfect – But glad Piers took vacation

    February 12, 2013 at 12:17 am | Report abuse | Reply
  29. Julie

    Faith Sale is loud and annoying – who allowed her on the show? I am overweight and old and could give her a run for the money anytime – she couldn't walk in my shoes – paleeese

    February 12, 2013 at 12:19 am | Report abuse | Reply
  30. Lisa

    Donny Deutsch, you hit the nail on the head with your comment on how obesity is bankrupting the country. I have worked at a hospital for 22 years now. Most of the patients on my floor are cardiac patients. Most of them are significantly overweight. Also not surprisingly, most of them are diabetics. I wish people would be more fearful of diabetes and heart disease which are much more prevalent in obese adults. Unfortunately, I am seeing younger and younger people being admitted for chest pain and cardiac problems than ever before. I firmly believe the weight problems Americans are dealing with are making them sicker and sicker. As a result, this is bankrupting our Medicare/Medicaid system. I work with some fantastic nurses who truly care for their patients. We're here to help you get better, but we can't do it alone. You have to care about your health too. Many people are eating themselves into an early grave. Please think about this. I see it every day. I struggle with my weight too. I know it isn't easy. I fear diabetes and all the terrible health consequences it brings. There are many. I lost an Aunt and Uncle far too early in life. The were both very obese and both ended up with diabetes and my uncle with many heart problems as well. Don't go there. Fight for your life. Save yourself and save our health care system..

    February 12, 2013 at 12:27 am | Report abuse | Reply
  31. Julie

    I have to comment once again – this show sounds like a big gossip party where the women, especially the red-head should look in the mirror BEFORE she has any advice for anyone – No wisdom, just a big mouth

    February 12, 2013 at 12:32 am | Report abuse | Reply
  32. Murray

    What did they do with piers? I hope he on a slow boat across the Atlantic.

    February 12, 2013 at 12:32 am | Report abuse | Reply
  33. no respect4prez

    why dont piersmorgan show respect every white person come up there say obama this obama that what happen to president obama when whit people r in office tv respect them

    February 12, 2013 at 12:49 am | Report abuse | Reply
  34. Rtart

    What is this nonsense roundtable screaming about?...it was like a show with 22 year old girls going to a gay bar for the first time
    ,...yuck!

    February 12, 2013 at 1:08 am | Report abuse | Reply
  35. Maria Rimerez

    Faith Salie is the biggest idiot Ive ever heard, for her to suggest that fat people are fat because they don't do what they ware supposed to do is the height of stupidity. She is ugly and irritating what is she going to do about it? What if someone said hey Faith Salie you're ugly why don't you do something about it? Why the heck is she even on the show? What does she possible have to contribute? I am a certified nutritionist and am here to tell you it's more than just what you eat and working out, so you ugly one Faith Salie shut the hell up please.

    February 12, 2013 at 9:04 am | Report abuse | Reply
  36. Tracy

    what a train wreck of a show. It is people like that who give America a bad name. I can't believe CNN paid these people. The words that came out of Faith Salie's mouth about obesity should prove to everyone what a no brain, plastic, unsympathetic human being she is. I can't believe CNN allowed her and the host on this show.

    February 12, 2013 at 9:29 am | Report abuse | Reply
  37. gasface49

    ...Chris Brown got what is deserved, but not for the reasons he is accused of and his gulity plea. His girlfreind heard his celphone ringing. She took his top coat in the back seat and grabbed his phone from it's pocket. Brown asked for his phone. "No, I want to see who's calling. When he tried to get the phone back, the girl held it out of his car the was in motion. A second time, was Brown, trying to get back his phone. According to both parties, she had her shoes off. She reached for a shoe, and hit his right wrist serveral times. He got angry, but according to both parties, he didn't hit, after THIS point. But he tried for a third time–this is where she struct him accross the face. Again, the parties said this was true. They were battling over a celphone–things got out of hand–driving a car at high speeds and then fighting, caused a police car to pull then over. The first responding officer wanted to take then BOTH to the police station. BOTH were badly beaten up. Now, the girl, comes from a tough group of relatives, real tough! but, as you know, Chris Brown did the noble thing and did not tell on his girlfriend. When I say he got what he deserved, I mean he didn't stop he car, get in, close the door, and never, never say anything to that CRAZY woman again. DUMMY!

    February 12, 2013 at 10:12 am | Report abuse | Reply
    • SABRINA

      I JUST DON'T GET HOW ITS A LOT OF (STARZS) BEEN IN TROUBLE FOR BEATING THEIR MATES OVER AND ****ING OVER WHICH I NEVER WOULD AGREE WITH BUT, THIS YOUNG MAN MAKES ONE HORRIBLE MISTAKE!! THE MEDIA CONTINUES TO TARGET CHRIS AND RHIANNA AND OTHERS HAVE FORGIVEN HIM!! HE'S NO OJAY SIMPSON THIS IS A KID WHOM **** UP ONE TIME!! GIVE IT A DAMN REST AND GET A LIFE AND STOP MAKING HIM A TARGET FOR WHAT HAS TAKEN PLACE WITH ALL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE WOMEN!! I AM A PAST VICTIM OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND I JUST DON'T SEE HIM AS A STRAIGHT UP WOMEN BEATER!! I JUST SEE HE MESS UP ONE TIME AND MADE A **** UP CALL IN WHICH I FEEL LIKE HE HAS PAID FOR TIME AND TIME AGAIN!! AND THE PUBLIC NEEDS TO MINE THEIR LIVES AND BACK OFF THAT KID!!! AND THE PROSECUTOR WHOM ABUSING HER/HIS POSITION NEEDS A LOOK INTO WHY SHE/HE FEEL THE NEED TO GO AFTER THIS YOUNG MAN BECAUSE YOU CAN AND WANT MEDIA PUBLICITY AND TO BE GLORIFIED NEEDS REMOVE ABUSING TAX PAYERS DOLLARS FOR NO CALL FOR BECAUSE HE OR SHE CAN NEEDS FIRED!!! STOP MAKING THAT KID A TARGET!! GET A LIFE INSTEAD WORRYING ABOUT OTHERS!!

      February 12, 2013 at 8:29 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  38. Mina Biacci

    Faith Salie was so over the top and out of line. Her over exaggerated dimple in her chin was so glaring I couldn't see my way past it to take anything she said as credible. Oh, did I just say that out loud? A little self sensoring goes a long way. I was even more disappointed when I saw in her credit line that she was from NPR -

    February 12, 2013 at 1:42 pm | Report abuse | Reply
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