Lloyd Sachs, entertainment critic for the Chicago Sun-Times, has a pithy summary of almost everything wrong with PBS's late-night talk-show host, Charlie Rose: "Better at dramatizing thoughtfulness than revealing it, he acts like he's on some kind of empathy pill, continually interrupting celebrities to put words in their mouths and demonstrate how impressively on their wavelength he is."
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