Agree on that, swva. The body language segments are annoying. Same with the "Great American Culture Quiz" crap.
I'm also not a big fan of his use of "ambush" interviewing. He's got a popular TV show, that's granted, but when he does these type of interviews he almost always prefaces it with "we tried to get this person on and they wouldn't come (the rat bastards), so we went to them". No one is obligated to interview for BillO. If he wants to cut them down when they refuse to interview, fine, do an actual report on the issue and the person's role in the issue, but don't go chasing them up their driveway on a Sunday afternoon or ambushing them on the street while they're talking to other people. It's offensively rude and betrays an outsized ego. And not a bit of hypocrisy, given his recent admonishments of the police and the people protesting and giving the (alleged) child killing mother a hard time. Not to mention his distaste for the tactics of the paparazzi with various celebs.
Yet, he has his moments of brilliance. He has great guests on. He does do great, hard interviews (I miss Tim Russert, he was the best). And it's shown three times a day, so I can Tivo it at off hours and not miss the primetime stuff.