In case you missed it...

• Rosie began the show discussing her appearance on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last Thursday (11-05-09) where she promoted Rosie Radio and talked about how she scared Lou the Board Op. Rosie played a clip from the show in which she talked about Lou. Rosie adores Jimmy Fallon and remembered having him on The Rosie O'Donnell Show when he first appeared on Saturday Night Live. Rosie even kissed Ian Somerhalder a cute-patootie actor from ABC's Lost during the appearance. You can watch clips from Rosie's interview on Jimmy Fallon here!

• Rosie caught Wanda Syke's new talk show The Wanda Sykes Show this weekend and she described it as "bumpy." Rosie did say Wanda's standup show "Ima Be Me" on HBO was one of "the best female stand up acts she's ever seen."

• Last Friday (11/6/09) Rosie saw the film Precious about a young, pregnant teen living in an abusive household based on the book Push by Sapphire. Rosie called the film "groundbreaking," "devastating" and yet "uplifting" because it was such a beautiful piece of art. She further commented that if Mo'Nique doesn't win an Academy Award for her performance "every person that owns an Academy Award should send them to her house."

• Also on Friday (11/06/09) Rosie saw the Broadway musical Memphis. She enjoyed it but her mind was still "recovering" from the movie Precious she had seen earlier in the day.

• "Google Pete" reported on the Ft. Hood shooting that happened last week and updated listeners on the latest news. Rosie, Pete and Janette shared their views on the topic. Wednesday's show, (11-11-09) Veteran's Day, Rosie will be dedicating the entire 2 hours of programming towards honoring our veterans and the incident that happened in Ft. Hood.

• Rosie discussed emailing back and forth with Roseanne Barr about the the 9/11 truth movement and how much she enjoys corresponding with her and the intelligent debates they have.

• Rosie briefly discussed her teenagers Chelsea and Parker dating. She took a caller who was also struggling with her teen daughter dating. Rosie ended the call by giving the family a free rfamily cruise vacation!

• Rupert Isaacson was in the studio for the second hour of the show to discuss with Rosie his hope-filled documentary The Horse Boy that documents his family's journey to try to reach their 5 year old autistic son, Rowan. Rupert and his wife tried many different therapies and found what worked best for them was focusing on one of Rowan's obsessions - horses. By connecting with Rowan through horses, Rupert and his wife were able to finally connect with their son. Rupert's basic message of the film was to encourage parents of autistic children to try to connect to their kids through what they show a passion towards. The film debuts on PBS in May of 2010.

• Rosie closed the show.


  1. Excellent! Love these updates. I'm not able to hear the show every day.

  2. Kelly, thanks so much for these great updates! I'm loving Rosie's guests - real people, fascinating stories. Can't wait for more!


  3. Great updates and Links Kelly..Thankyou!