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Life After People

What if humanity was wiped out in the blink of an eye and the world was left to develop without the corrupt influence of man?... Read more
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Miami Ink

Being someone that has tattoos watching a show on tattoos is two things, interesting and painful. Why would it be painful? It's not because watching others go through the pains of being inked or the memory of the pain I received while getting my tattoos.... Read more
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Little People Big World

The Roloff family is not your average family. Both Matt and Amy Roloff are little people and they have four children, one of which, Zach, is also a little person. TLC follows the family as they go about their daily lives.... Read more
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I Love New York

I’m so sick and tired of reality television that I knew that I Love New York was going to be a show that I would hate just as much as all the rest, it being a product of VH1, one of the worst sources for reality television.... Read more
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The Girls Next Door

The girls are back for another season of blonde, nekkid, giddy romping. The first go ‘round had a certain goofy charm but that should have been where it ended.... Read more
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Dr. Danger

The Season 1 box set of Dr. Danger with Dr. Bob Arnot is not only absent of any real content, but it is also featuring a ridiculous show. Dr. Danger is a travel/adventure show in which Dr. Bob Arnot a.k.a. Dr.... Read more
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Back In The Day With Dale Jr.

It is time to take a look into the past at NASCAR in the late ‘60’s and early ‘70’s. With Dale Earnhardt Jr. as your host you will watch racing legends like Richard Petty and Bobby Allison attempt to win championships.... Read more
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The Ellen DeGeneres Show

This DVD features some of the funniest moments from the first 3 years of The Ellen Degeneres Show.  You have Steve Martin demonstrating all his talents listed on his resume and other guests like Justin Timberlake dancing as a gingerbread man, Jennifer Aniston, John Travolta, Will Ferrell, Jim Car... Read more
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Elvis The Ed Sullivan Shows

September 9, 1956 Elvis Presley appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show for the first time. He followed this up by performing on October 28, 1956 and on January 6, 1957. Each full episode is on its own disc and gives you the option to play just the Elvis parts.... Read more
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Most Extreme Elimination Challenge

First does anyone really understand this? But I guess that is part of the joy in this show. You will have two teams made up of tons of people and having to compete in odd and dangerous games.... Read more
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