Viewer Emails From The Inbox
At the end of the show, Kelly & Michael took a look at some viewer-submitted emails from the Live! Inbox. Fans got their chance to weigh in on some of the topics from today’s host chat.
Tim from Georgia wrote in to say that the Chinese village thought to have age-defying power is actually ultra-healthy because of its apricot plantations. Apricots are rich in vitamins and fight cancer, which is why the people live so long. I don’t know about you, but I’m adding apricots to my grocery list!
Kelly & Michael also read an email sent in by Lynn from Pennsylvania. She said that instead of cookies and milk, her kids chose to leave a salami sandwich and a beer for Santa Claus on Christmas Eve! Plus, Michael from North Carolina had a really good point regarding Santa’s pipe; he said that Frosty the Snowman still has his pipe, so why can’t Santa?
Live With Kelly & Michael October 15 2012
In addition to the Inbox, Kelly & Michael October 15 welcomed actress Cynthia Nixon from World Without End and New Girl star Max Greenfield. For more on each segment, click the links below.
New York Comic Con & Felix Baumgartner Survives Skydive
Nerds united this past weekend at New York Comic Con, and Kelly & Michael decided that they’ll attend next year’s convention in costume! They also talked about the incredible, record-breaking skydive of ‘Fearless’ Felix Baumgarnter, a village in China thought to be a fountain of youth, and much more.
Kelly & Michael: Cynthia Nixon “World Without End” Miniseries
Award-winning actress Cynthia Nixon stopped by to talk about her new historical miniseries World Without End. She gave details on her devilish character Petranilla, and also took a look back at her 1980 film debut when she was just thirteen.
Kelly & Michael: Max Greenfield “New Girl” Season Two
Max Greenfield also joined Kelly & Michael October 15. He talked about his role as Schmidt in the Fox comedy New Girl. Plus, find out why Max believes that he holds a special connection to Michael Strahan.