Russian collusion better get interesting again otherwise I don't know what reporters are going to write about now that the solar eclipse is behind us.

For weeks, articles have gone up one after another. From the history of solar eclipses visible in the U.S. (there was a total eclipse visible only in the Pacific Northwest in 1979, and before that a coast to coast total eclipse hadn't happened since 1918), to articles on all the solar eclipse glasses being recalled (all solar filter or viewers have to be labeled with ISO 12312-2 to be considered safe).

(Credit: Mike Rachel)

Even Bill and I found ourselves guilty of it, with Bill posting his 10 items to serve at a viewing party and me posting the Top 10 worst solar eclipse jokes.

So now that the media frenzy must die down and the solar eclipse is behind us, how many people watched? Last week we took calls that ranged from people making travel plans out west just for the best view to others who said they wouldn't even bother getting off the couch for it.

Did you watch, and how? Let us know in our poll below.

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