The Week in Interviews: Megan Fox on Genius, Bubbles in Retirement, and a HuffPo Reporter Calls Someone Else ‘Pathetic’

The Best of the Best from TV news, June 28 to July 3:

Megan Fox told CBS’s Harry Smith that Transformers II: The Revenge of the Fallen “is a movie for geniuses.”

On CNN’s Reliable Sources, the Huffington Post’s Nico Pitney called The Washington Post‘s Dana Milbank “pathetic.”

Mark Levin quoted Alexis-Charles-Henri Clérel de Tocqueville to Fox News’ Sean Hannity and described President Obama‘s policies as “Bernie Madoff times a thousand.”

 

PBS’s Jim Lehrer talked with U.S. National Security Advisor General James Jones about Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, and gays in the military.

Uri Geller told CBS’s Maggie Rodriquez about his friendship with Michael Jackson. “I remember once we arranged him to see gorillas in the London zoo,” said Mr. Geller.

GOP Strategist Kevin Madden explained to ABC News’ Rick Klein why Todd Purdum‘s Vanity Fair article, “It Came From Wasilla” might not be damaging to Sarah Palin

CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360 scored an exclusive sit down with Michael Jackson’s former second banana, his pet chimp Bubbles, who now lives in retirement in Florida. “[Bubbles] likes cucumbers for lunch,” reported CNN’s John Zarrella.

And Indra Nooyi, the CEO of Pepsico, said to CNBC’s Maria Bartiromo, that “China as a whole is an incredible canvas on which all of us can write a story.”

The Week in Interviews: Megan Fox on Genius, Bubbles in Retirement, and a HuffPo Reporter Calls Someone Else ‘Pathetic’