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    "The Player" Episode 1 Discussion

    We'll give this a shot, and see if there's any interest.

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    I won't be watching it live, but I will be recording it.

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    I guess nobody watched. Just starting to watch it now, and I am confused. Are they just playing for the title of 'The Player?' They said once the girl picks the guy, if he falls for her, shes 'the player', but if she falls for him he is titled 'the player.'

    Quite stupid.

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    I couldn't even finish watching the show it was so bad. It was an extra ghetto version of 'The Bachelor.'

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    i liked it, just finished it on the west coast, if you call UPN ghetto then you're right but it's a lot more visually stimulating, younger, hipper, and energetic than the white bread 'bachlor' and 'Dawn' is DDG (drop dead gorgous)

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    I watched it...it was good but kinda corny with the "dont hate the player hate the game." And plus I didnt like that marvin guy...I real snob
    Say good night to the bad guy...

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    Quote Originally Posted by AIWANNABE
    I couldn't even finish watching the show it was so bad. It was an extra ghetto version of 'The Bachelor.'
    I agree. I doubt I'll be watching anymore of this. Of course I don't like the Bachelor either because those men are TOO cleancut, yuppie, etc. for me. Maybe I'm just too picky!
    I have found the Truth and it doesn't make sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AIWANNABE
    I couldn't even finish watching the show it was so bad. It was an extra ghetto version of 'The Bachelor.'
    I ended up watching a little of a recording of it too. I couldn't make it through the episode (and this is coming from someone who just watched an entire season of Who Wants to Marry My Dad ). I see enough morons like that in clubs here without watching a show about them too. :rolleyes

    What was up with the "famous player" calling in on the PlayerMachine or whatever it was. Was that Boston Rob's voice?
    Last edited by geekgirl; 08-04-2004 at 04:02 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by queenb
    I agree. I doubt I'll be watching anymore of this. Of course I don't like the Bachelor either because those men are TOO cleancut, yuppie, etc. for me. Maybe I'm just too picky!
    this show is strickly for the UPN crowd and very 'Top Model' in appearance,

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    Quote Originally Posted by closereveryday
    this show is strickly for the UPN crowd and very 'Top Model' in appearance,
    WHAT! You have to look like a model to watch this show? Now that is just wrong.

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