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Interviewee: Don Borelli (former FBI special agent & COO of The Soufan Group) Panelists: John Avlon (senoir columnist for Daily Beast), Robert Traynham (dean of Georgtown School of Continuing Studies), Anna Deavere Smith (playwright & actress from "Nurse Jackie") Panel Guest: Jimmy Kimmel (late night talkshow host) Topics: Fallout from the sequester, George W. Bush's presidential library, government regulations, number of terrorism deaths in context, looming war with Syria, U.S. a police state?, does solitary confinement violate the 8th Amendment?, why is redemption easier for Republicans?

Episode Title: April 26, 2013
Airs: 2013-04-26 at 22:00
  • Ken Tucker

    Why would HBO, cable's most innovative network ... think it's a good idea to let Bill Maher bring the skeleton of his canceled ABC show, 'Politically Incorrect,' and stuff it into the tattered corpse of 'Dennis Miller Live'?

    Entertainment Weekly Full Review
  • Nancy Franklin

    There's also more of Maher in the new show, and it's no big surprise that more Maher is less. He's a jerk of the old school, full of unexamined anxiety and arrogance, with a habit of using sexual stereotypes from half a century ago both to put down and to compliment people. [17 Mar 2003, p.152]

    The New Yorker Full Review
  • Phil Rosenthal

    This effort should be called "Hollywood Babble On." [14 Mar 2003, p.37]

    Chicago Sun-Times Full Review
  • Alessandra Stanley

    Even for many liberals there is something inherently silly about actors' staking out a high moral ground from Bel Air mansions and Aspen-bound private jets. [14 Mar 2003, p.E1]

    The New York Times Full Review
  • Michael Speier

    But as for the overall approach, it's hard to nick any latenighter that actually tries to say something and doesn't have a sidekick or a bandleader. From the Twin Tower reconstruction efforts to duct tape mania to his ceremonial kick in the ass after ABC dumped him, Maher alone is ready to take on the universe, and that's a gutsier fight than most.

    Variety Full Review