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My new favorite TV show.

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    jag
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      Boston Med.

      go to WABC.com and you can watch full episodes.   Phenomenal People. 

      Boston Med.

      go to WABC.com and you can watch full episodes.   Phenomenal People. 

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        TinaR
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          Oh, I see you as more of  a *Snookie* kind of guy. I've heard she is a phenomenal person as well.  I've never watched, but I hear it's a very entertaining show. I was hoping you'd start doing weekly recaps…liven the place up a bit. At least there would be something to read once in a while heart

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            jag
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              Unreality TV not my thing, downgraded to basic 14 channels after triple play year long promotion ended.  Merry and I were sitting watching a reality show about a family of 300lb people and felt we were getting dumber and fatter by the minute.  Now my triple play bill is $75/month rather than $150-haven't regretted it since.  Gets one up and off of the couch.  Amazing how people have so many cable channels now that they pay for TIVO to be able to watch more television more efficiently.  

              http://tlc.discovery.com/videos/one-big-happy-family/

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