“I have two reasons why I want this show to work,” said Moonves, in a pre-taped video segment that looks to have originated from his office. “First is because I love my wife so much. And the second – if it doesn’t work, I’ll cancel you.”
Chen responded: “All I have to say is, two can play that game, baby.” (The crowd of mostly females cheered loudly.)
There was a two-segment interview with Christie Brinkley, and a lengthy discussion about kids. Then, it was time for a person-on-the-street segment, with Marissa Jaret Winokur about “the talk.” The Talk talking about “the talk.” It was fairly graphic – full of sexual innuendo. Video is below.
So how was the show? Well look, I’m not the target demographic. So while I probably fall into the category of these critics – confusion mostly – I realize this isn’t supposed to be for me. So mom: enjoy this conversation about vulvas and penises.
Here’s the Moonves clip, and below, “Heads and shoulders, vulvas, toes, vulvas, toes!”:
Vagina is said six times in the video below:
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