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(Deadline)   Networks are pickier this year than in years past about what pilots they'll pick up for series and cancel after six episodes   (deadline.com) divider line 5
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2012-08-09 04:47:55 PM
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ddam: As a father to a 9 months old baby I can tell you it's not that simple. I haven't watched the promo to see exactly how hard they make it seem but changing a baby while he's twisting around and trying to climb onto anything that he can grab while I'm trying to wipe the poop off his butt without getting it all over the bed or changing pad is not easy nor simple. Hell, even my wife and the women from daycare complain about it at times.


Hmm... I'm seeing a market for something similar to a dishwasher with a cut-out for baby's head so they can still breath.
2012-08-09 01:42:10 PM
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SubBass49: Subby: Networks are pickier this year than in years past...

They are?

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NeoCortex42: Networks are being pickier? Then explain this:
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OMG - that looks like one of those fake comedies that OTHER TV shows would make up in order to lampoon crappy, comedy drek!
2012-08-09 12:36:04 PM
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Bluemookie: Cancelled my cable a few months ago and have never been happier. Bought a set of HDTV rabbit ears to tide me over, but haven't used them once. Then again, with Demonoid gone, it's a bit more difficult to find my TV shows with the commercials stripped out.


Oh you shouldn't fret. It's quite EZ to find TV if you DOT your I's and cross your T's
2012-08-09 12:16:44 PM
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www.spoilersguide.com

I was quite disappointed to see this one go.
2012-08-09 10:17:33 AM
1 votes:
But they'll still throw any old reality crap on the air.

Time for the big 4 networks to contemplate dying. All the good shows are on cable, anyway.
 
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