Piers gives his opinions. The show is a lot about him as much as the guests… He’s so different from me.”

"A lot of shows, they make it about the host and the guest becomes a prop to the host and I never liked that. It’s not the quality that counts anymore," he continued. "It’s how loud did you yell, how vituperative can you be.
Larry King on Piers Morgan - HuffPo
Every day I wake up, brush my teeth, and do my damndest to ignore Piers Morgan. The veteran tabloid editor and talent show host, given a 9 p.m. slot on CNN as part of some secretive money-burning scheme (I’m guessing), manages to combine the tedium of “balanced” TV talk with overwhelming self-regard.


This is officially our new favorite video. In it, Rick Santorum (speaking to a group of students at Penn State on Tuesday night) makes a strong argument why he’s not a bigot for thinking gay marriage is wrong, and a student tears into him, basically shutting down his argument. This is arguably more damaging than his Piers Morgan interview, where the bigotry charge came up. Rick Santorum, you just got shut down by a college studientsource

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Gawker: After being asked about gay marriage by a “rude” [Piers] Morgan (who shot back by describing her as “weird”), O’Donnell stormed off the CNN set mid-interview.