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It seems people have really mixed emotions about Histeria. I, for one, think it's a cute show and very, very amusing. I'm in high school and it's cool to see them talk about things I just learned in history classes on the show (plus it makes it seem like I was paying attention in class). We even get to watch the show in one of my classes. Even if some kids wouldn't quite get the humor of it, I think it's worth watching, else I wouldn't watch it everyday, Monday-Thursday.
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