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Re: Carolyn hosting in the Kitchen!!

@kelsey17  I'm not sure what you are talking about?  I welcomed the poster to the boards three times.  I thought when someone says a host who has been with QVC for so very long is "not a good host" might be having an off day.

 

I also thought to actually take the time to register just to make that known that it might not be the best day going on in their lives.  There is so much worse going on in our world today that to worry about a temporary host seems a bit over the top.

 

Yes, everyone is entitled to their opinion and I do not see where I was critical at all.  Perhaps you too are having a bad day?  I also see others noted the poster's comments yet you singled me out?  I guess I should be happy that you noted my comments above others.  It makes me feel special.

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Re: Carolyn hosting in the Kitchen!!

I’d take anything over the Happy Dance. 😁

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Re: Carolyn hosting in the Kitchen!!


@Shanus wrote:

I’d take anything over the Happy Dance. 😁


@Shanus  Amen!

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Re: Carolyn hosting in the Kitchen!!


@Liiram80 wrote:
I understand that David deserves time off, but I am not a fan of Carolyn hosting In The Kitchen with David. She in my opinion is not a good host for this show.

I think that Mary and Stacy are the most logical and best hosts to fill in for David.  They are far more professional.   Less "I know" and "hula dances"!

 

Carolyn eats her way through any cooking show.   I do not enjoy her constantly talking with her mouth full and taking every second of vendor talk time to graze her way through the presentations. 

 

And, for purely safety reasons, no one on these cooking shows should be wearing open toed shoes!

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Re: Carolyn hosting in the Kitchen!!


@Shanus wrote:

I’d take anything over the Happy Dance. 😁

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         I am really so tired of the happy dance, the eye rolls and the camera focusing on the silly faces.  I have always liked David, but have stopped watching his food/cook shows.


 

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Re: Carolyn hosting in the Kitchen!!

I love David, but there needs to be the premier variety of products during his shows.  Bring in great merchandise every week.  This is not his fault - the buyers make the choices, but they need to bring in more and better.  

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Re: Carolyn hosting in the Kitchen!!

If Mary D. is the sub. for David, I don't care to watch.  

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Re: Carolyn hosting in the Kitchen!!

happy dance and "two of everything" caroly n Gracie OUCH

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Re: Carolyn hosting in the Kitchen!!

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@Shanus wrote:

I’d take anything over the Happy Dance. 😁


@Shanus 

 

As much as I've also grown tired of the Happy Dance....be careful....there are few hosts out there that would make a full hour of happy dancing enjoyable by comparison....😉 😤 (Carolyn is a fine substitute but there are some others....)

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Re: Carolyn hosting in the Kitchen!!


@IG wrote:

@Diva on The Q wrote:

I think Carolyn does a fine job hosting no matter what she's selling.


 

@Diva on The Q 

 

I do too!

 

She's one of the least frantic hosts, never screeching, calm demeanor and gives good info on the products she's presenting.


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Count me in on this Carolyn fan club!  I really enjoy Carolyn no matter what show she is hosting!  I sure hope she is on for many more years.  Too many of the seasoned hosts are going away.  

 

My all time favorite show from the past was when she was on "In the Garden" with Phillip Watson of Cottage Farms.