Blimey, Skygeek! That was rather grumpy! Why the foul mood? Anyone would think you're pregnant............
Nope, - I am ovulating, though, and assume certain parties will want exact details as to the timings thereof.
You're gonna get us banned! Or warned! Stop it!
From a pres perspective, whether you love it or loathe it, Loose Women has certainly upped its game of late, if the viewing figures are anything to go by. However, like any show which airs 5 days per week and (now) 50 weeks per year, it swings some days from being incredibly watchable and entertaining. Other days it's as dull as dishwater. The only variable (apart from the changing guests and subject matter, obviously) is the presenter line-up. Some of them work well with certain others, and not with other members of the team. The chemistry is evident with certain presenters mixed together (evidenced by the reaction and howling from the studio audience). On other days, the entire thing is contrived and borders on the "switch-off" mode. I saw one episode last week and for a moment, I thought they were actually airing it without an audience present at all.
The current theme tune has now grown on me (hated it in the beginning) and I note that the US show "The View" has now copied the Loose Women desk design, to some extent.
For me, there is only one change that I would make if it were possible, and it would be to bring back R. Jain. She were t'best Loose Woman of all time, she were!
The picture quality from the big screen behind the presenters seems to have "dulled" somewhat lately. What type of screen is that anyway? Maybe you could lend them your old one from Sky News once you all move to that spanking new home of yours?
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