Talk:The Talk (TV series)

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Logo for "The Talk[edit]

Well, since this article doesn't yet have the logo for the show, here's a link to the logo for "The Talk": The Talk logo 98.193.17.69 (talk) 04:29, 22 December 2010 (UTC)

New EP: Susan Winston[edit]

Nikki Finke: Former Good Morning America executive producer Susan Winston will be taking over CBS Daytime talk show The Talk as executive producer. She will replace Brad Bessey, who recently announced he will be leaving the talk show after the end of its freshman season but will assist with the transition. Since 2009, Winston, has been executive producer of the AMC talk show In the House with Peter Bart and Peter Guber. Under her own banner, she she created and executive produced network, cable, syndicated, and web-based projects including daily daytime talk show The Other Half. She also has served as executive producer of CBS Morning News, the syndicated Jury Duty and TLC's Untold Stories of the ER. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 70.49.246.237 (talk) 03:09, 23 April 2011 (UTC)

Controversy[edit]

Why is there nothing about their comments on male castration? This caused an uproar in the male community, and although these things don't seem to take notice as much as the opposite would, it still was a significant issue. Please, let's not add to the double standard already regarding the disposable male... — Preceding unsigned comment added by 70.246.136.216 (talkcontribs) August 29, 2012

If you can locate a source or two showing the "uproar in the male community," it may be added. I could not locate any sources. —TRAiNER4 (talkcontrib) 03:15, 30 August 2012 (UTC)
Then you clearly weren't looking. A quick Google search of, 'the talk penis Sharon,' brings up countless links from the uproar this brought to the male community:
http://sexoffenderissues.blogspot.com/2011/07/ima-cut-your-penis-off-talk-show-women.html#.UnF1_hC9H9M
http://falserapesociety.blogspot.com/2011/07/sharon-osbourne-should-be-fired-from.html</ref>
http://news.mensactivism.org/node/16965
http://goodmenproject.com/good-feed-blog/the-talk-cast-laughs-at-mans-dismembered-penis/
Heck, The Washington Post even did a piece on it: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/celebritology/post/the-talk-ladies-under-fire-for-laughing-at-catherine-kieu-story-video/2011/07/18/gIQA3OjkLI_blog.html
There are hundreds of these articles from various communities. 173.57.43.90 (talk) 21:24, 30 October 2013 (UTC)

I see where some are leaving the show, it will never be the same, please stay.[edit]

The ones that are on the show now is what make the show. If you let them go you will ruin the show. You guys together as a group is what makes the show. Please see to it that you keep it the same as it is. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 184.13.23.113 (talk) 00:27, 20 September 2012 (UTC)

Theme of motherhood?[edit]

Now going on four seasons, does the show really still claim motherhood/parenting as its central theme?

The article describes a show where the hosts give their opinions "through the eyes of mothers". This may have been accurate during the first season, but since neither Sheryl Underwood nor Aisha Tyler have any children, there seems to have been a shift away from this motherly model by season two. — TampAGS (talk) 02:38, 7 August 2013 (UTC)