Diagnosis? Getting better.
MSNBC’s weekly video segment that highlights the week ahead is still working out kinks, but it has vastly improved since it’s debut just a few weeks ago. Sound effects are better. Pacing is improving. Host Domenico Montanaro appears more natural, more confident in his script.
The video features the necessary (or I wouldn’t watch!) appearance from producer Andy Gross, who steps in and pretends to be MontanroÂ’s accountant (of sorts). He sits there nonsensically for a few moments until Montanaro tells us what he’s doing pounding away on a computer with a pensive look. “CPA, ShmeePeeA”, Gross jokes when Montanaro asks if he has a CPA. Gross is pretending (we hope) to do Montanaro’s taxes as Montanaro reminds everyone that Thursday is tax day.
Note to Andy: In a plea from the depths of the Fishbowl, please stop having Montanaro move from Tuesday to Sunday to Friday to Thursday. I like my days of the week in their proper order and I’m certain other watchers do, too.
Watch the video here.
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