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MSNBC Hopes the New White Lady Won't Act Like the Old White Man / Jossip
MSNBC Hopes the New White Lady Won't Act Like the Old White Man
— Wed, Apr 25, 2007 —

If you're gonna throw out the baby, throw out the racist and sexist bathwater with it. That's MSNBC's plan for Don Imus' former morning show slot. Testing out next week's airwaves will be Stephanie Miller, the liberal L.A. talk radio host (yes, she's syndicated) and daughter of former Congressman William Miller. She begins Monday, and, according to someone with a vested interest in seeing her succeed, "the network is hoping to build Stephanie into a major face of the network."

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No. 1
Victor says:

I do not think this will bring back many viewers that liked Imus and have stoped watching MSNBC because of there firing Imus most have found other News shows to watch until Don Imus gets his own show back. I see they are tring everything to get the viewers back but I do not think this is going to work.

April 26, 2007 11:34 AM
No. 2
Lyle says:

I don't think Miller is meant to draw Imus' audience. Her radio show is pretty far from what Imus did. If Miller were made the major face of the network, it would be pursuing the Olbermann/Daily Show audience.

April 26, 2007 11:25 PM
No. 3
larry g says:

Absolutely fantastic. Finally some new blood. She's creative, brilliant and funny.

April 27, 2007 12:20 PM
No. 4
Steve says:

Extremely entertaining! Comedy and politics out Comedy Central! Stephanie is great to watch and she's actually giving me some political awareness of issues that I don't even know about.

April 30, 2007 8:45 AM
No. 5
Marilyn says:

Watched some of Stephanie this A.M. I would definitely consider her as a strong replacement for Don Imus. I watched him each and every morning as did other family members and friends. We miss Imus and his colleagues. I would consider tuning in again for this personality

April 30, 2007 9:57 AM
No. 6
JerryH says:

Caught millers show on cable's msnbc this morning and liked it. Her diction kinda reminds me of butchy ann coulter's delivery but her perspective happlily doesn't...imus being ill was nearing the end of his string anyway. i kinda missed him till this morning when stephanie showed up. i'm hoping they keep her on. in case anyones interested. the dude that was on msnbc early morning last week didn't do it for me.

April 30, 2007 12:21 PM
No. 7
tennisnut says:

What a horrible broadcast. I listened for all of ten minutes. The woman never stops yakking(we all want to wake up to a woman who can't stop talking) wasn't the least bit funny and made me long for Imus who at least knew how to pace a broadcast.

April 30, 2007 2:06 PM
No. 8
JerryH says:

I'm back inasmuch as I failed to mention I enjoyed Miller's fast pace. I enjoyed Imus and would have and did stick with him till the end. Unfortunate as it's turned out. It was probably for the better. All the Imus Guys, save for Bernie and Lou, are old enough to collect social security. Like they really need to. Steph's a breath of fresh youthful air. I'm betting most all who sound off here against Miller are register republicans and fear her influencing moderate thinking. There will be more of them show up here saying negative things against Miller whilst hiding their political persuasion. Be wary of those who post here and would do Steph's show in for political reasons whilst claiming they don't like her show or her for other reasons.

April 30, 2007 9:25 PM
No. 9
R. Sands says:

Best morning show on cable. Way better than Imus. Real rib tickling political wit on display, instead of the shocking & offensive albeit sometimes humorous material from Imus & Co.

May 1, 2007 1:49 AM
No. 10
kathy rushing says:

Wow!!! Stephanie on MSNBC in the morning!!!!!! My dream has come true!! But now I have to get up earlier. She is funny, right on and won't last because rich white males can't stand it. But I will love the week. Go steff!!!!!

May 1, 2007 9:20 AM
No. 11
Connie says:

Wow, tennisnut, could your e-mail BE anymore sexist than it was?? Stephanie Miller is a smart and funny addition to MSNBC mornings (even if it is a temporary gig).

May 1, 2007 11:38 AM
No. 12
Banjo says:

Stephanie is a wonderful mix of intellect and humor. I'm surprised and pleased that msnbc is giving her a shot.

And yeah, tennisnut, sorry but the world is changing and your sexist crap won't cut it in modern times. Wake up.

May 1, 2007 12:51 PM

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