Saturday, December 16, 2006

Anderson Cooper plays with his Rubik's Cube

The poor kid was nervous. And Anderson wouldn't shut his mouth... it was fun!
Thanks Marie for the video

6 comentarios:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the video. I was hoping that someone had the time to post it.

That was good tv wasn't it? Anderson looked so happy, focused, interested. I insist something is different about him. Whatever it is I wish it will continue being this way for him!

Anonymous said...

It's good to see him lighten up a little and have some fun on the segments. Sometimes he and the show can get very grim, which is understandable considering the state of the world, but a little levity helps. I hope he can keep it up.

jr said...

I think Anderson should continue with every Friday having a bit of "Friday night fun" as he put it. I enjoyed the Rubik's cube segment. I think Anderson should have challenged himself into solving it also...for us geeks, that would have been fun to watch!

Christiane said...

You are all right, he shines when he is able to be so snarky, and yes he has a certain glow... might be the black haired lady...

marie said...

I do have long hair, but mine is not black so I could not have possibly been the female with AC.

Oh well.

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