Ronan Farrow appeared on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" on Tuesday, perhaps getting in some last minute practice before his upcoming television hosting debut.
Farrow will host his own one-hour daily show on MSNBC in 2014, but MSNBC president Phil Griffin told the New York Times that, in the meantime, he would be making guest appearances on different shows to "introduce him to the network’s audience."
Farrow got right to it, talking with "Morning Joe" co-hosts Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough about the recent Obamacare setbacks and delays with the health exchange website.
"It's a real problem," Farrow said. "I think particularly for people who can use the Internet, which are the people that we need enrolling... The administration really has to get out there, I feel especially to college campuses and talk to those young healthy people."
Scarborough chimed in next for what turned into a slightly fraught exchange:
Scarborough: The only way this thing works in the long run is if you sign up people who are healthy... Not people like me, not people my age, people your age!
Farrow: You look great Joe.
Scarborough: I do look great! But its just a shell, I'm just sick.
Farrow: He's dying inside.
Scarborough: I am dying inside, but you know what we all are aren't we Ronan?
Farrow: Dark. Things got dark here.