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    8/9 Show Discussion **SPOILERS**

    Please keep all discussion of tonight’s show in this thread only until 12:00 midnight.
    Thanks and enjoy the show.

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    That's all folks! Unklescott's Avatar
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    Is this an infomercial for J.C. Penny?

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    Well, looks like I'm the only one watching this show *stretching out in the room, propping up feet on table*

    This is the first time watching the show, it is a cute show. Two families, 1 with 5 girls and the other with 5 boys are competing for an education fund (i didn't catch exactly what). The mom goes away and the dad has to do different activities. The kids in both families are really cute.

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    The pool parties and eating competition were enjoyable, but NBC will only have me as a viewer as long as there continues to be absolutely nothing else on.
    "I'm telling you - it's a madhouse out there. I feel like Charlton Heston waking up in the field and seeing the chimp on top of the pony." ~ Dennis Miller

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    I like the fact that the kids are not evil, snotty brats. This is the first show
    ( besides home improvement shows ) I've seen that actually doesn't have bratty kids. Trading Spouses has brats, Brat Camp has brats, Nanny 911 ( and it's clone ) has brats.
    This is a cute, feel good, show.

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