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Brunt — who grew up in the Philadelphia area and graduated from the Haverford School — came out of the audience to present his wife with red roses. She then went to work for NBC, welcoming the cast of the network’s rebooted — a show she said she’d watched “religiously” in its first run — and the president’s name quickly arose as Kelly asked Megan Mullally whether she could give “any sort of teaser” on how the show would be handling “current events.” “What do you mean?
“You’ve already made all of us laugh and cry, honey. Everything’s going great,” the actress said sarcastically. “It doesn’t get full-on political, but it gets political in only the way can,” said Kelly, who told the cast she’d seen a couple of episodes of the reboot.
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Ellen Gray is the television critic for the Daily News and the Inquirer, and has written about TV since 1994.
Her mind will go blank if you ask her to name her favorite show, because she has so many, but she would love to hear about yours. After joking that the show would be “dissecting the latest tweet from President Trump,” she added: “Oh, no, we will not be doing that.
The truth is, I am kind of done with politics for now. It’s gotten so dark, and I’m, like, over.” Instead, Kelly, who made her morning debut in a violet pussy-bow blouse over black pants with ruffled ankle cuffs, did everything she could to seem morning-show relatable. She talked about her late father, a college professor who died of a heart attack when she was 15, and about how landing on a show with ), before taking a few questions from the audience.
The first, from a man from New Jersey who said he’d also been at one of her book signings, may have felt like a plant — or at least her answers seemed well-prepared — but the second, from “Doug from Philly,” had to be (though Kelly said she was surprised). So that was big,” Kelly said as he headed back to the audience, stopping on the way to greet his mother-in-law.
Her character, Karen is “best friends with Donny and Melania.” “And Grace is not? “They skirt around the edges and singe — they don’t burn.” Later in the show — after an elaborate, largely pretaped welcome from the rest of the (not the first time she’d mentioned it).