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  • adrianna
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    #428122

    http://deadline.com/2015/02/rosie-odonnell-leaving-the-view-abc-1201368121/

    Next week is her last week it seems she is getting another divorce and is leaving the show with that happening.  ABC should never hired her she’s always been off kilter 
     

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    DS0816
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    Isn’t The View looking like it is on its way out? (I don’t watch the ABC talk show anymore.)

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    gdfl
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    Wow.  I don’t think this is just a cover story based on the way Roise has talked about her family life and priorities, but I’ve said a few times that I think she was the only good thing about this season.  I wish The View well, but they blew it this season, and losing Rosie is a huge problem considering the kind of show they claimed they wanted to build.
     

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    Good for Rosie! I went back to regular viewing but quit weeks ago.

    I just don’t think we will ever recapture the Queen of Nice. We can still treasure on tape those classic moments of “I don’t think the helicopter can handle that much weight” and “Puppy Love” sung in a dog suit. Or “you were a constant source of light in an often dark childhood and you inspired me and gave me the courage to dream of a life better than the one I knew.” Or the palpable at any Broadway performer, “Unbelievable!”

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    I don’t know why this isn’t just in The View thread. It will be sad to see her go she looked like she was having fun this go around. I think a good replacement would be Laverne Cox if she isn’t busy with Orange I have been quite impressed with her guest hosting. 

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    My problem with The View is that they have 3 wishy-washy “liberals” and one “nice” (sic) ‘conservative’. They need someone who is not a cheerleader for empire, who will raise hell where it is needed, who will not “play nice’ with that awful Naomi Wallace creature. I WANT conflict, strong points of view, and wise anger on this show.

    I love Rosie and while I hardly ever watch the show, I won’t bother to watch at all unless they provide us with an “outside of the box” strong female view point.

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    adrianna
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    Nichole Wallace is a moderate republican.  I am Conservative Republican and proud and hate the other 3.  The View is what I hate about this country in its present form its all about having what they say is diverse but in essence its affirmative action at its worse.  I dont watch show anymore but Rosie is crazy so at least she can have more time to hang upside down

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    My problem with The View is that they have 3 wishy-washy “liberals” and one “nice” (sic) ‘conservative’. They need someone who is not a cheerleader for empire, who will raise hell where it is needed, who will not “play nice’ with that awful Naomi Wallace creature. I WANT conflict, strong points of view, and wise anger on this show.

    I love Rosie and while I hardly ever watch the show, I won’t bother to watch at all unless they provide us with an “outside of the box” strong female view point.

    I actually love Nicolle Wallace, I think she’s really smart and quite endearing and fun to watch. But I think her political views are really condensed because she has worked in The White House. Once you work in the White House, you become a champion of government and definitel more partisan. I think the producers feared a more fierce Republican because of what happened to Rosie and Elizabeth, especally with Rosie coming back I assume they didn’t want to anger her. 

    I loved Rosie on her first season, but this season I wasn’t really feeling her vibe and I don’t think she was as funny and energetic. I love her opinions but I felt a disconnect. I do wish her well though, I have no idea what they are going to do now with just three co-hosts.  

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