Martha Stewart, the Bob Vila of Home Economics, gives tips on everything from cooking and flower arranging to gardening and making homemade Christmas decorations.
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1997   1996  
13 wins & 49 nominations. See more awards »
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 Herself (1991-2004) (unknown episodes)
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Martha Stewart, the Bob Vila of Home Economics, gives tips on everything from cooking and flower arranging to gardening and making homemade Christmas decorations.

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9 September 1997 (USA)  »

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Cancelled at the beginning of 2004, following Martha Stewart's conviction on four felony charges on 5 March 2004. See more »

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[repeated line]
Martha Stewart: It's a good thing.
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Spoofed in Pinky and the Brain: It's Only a Paper World (1996) See more »

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"It's a good thing!"
12 January 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"Martha Stewart Living" is an excellent show, which needs to be released on DVD in its entirety.

The billionaire businesswoman offers her viewers advice from how to make a festive table to how to make key lime pie!

Martha Stewart's phenomenal advice transcends many in the same field because not only are her products well-made and excellent, but they are affordable even for those customers who are not billionaires and multi-millionaires.

While many critics argue that due to time constraints and lack of funds, Martha's show is unrealistic, I firmly disagree with this notion.

Quite the contrary, if someone learns to organize their time, accordingly, then they might be able to follow Martha's ideas, at least, one of them, anyhow.

If you enjoy gardening, cooking, crafting, etc., then I would highly recommend "Martha Stewart Living."

Try watching "Martha Stewart Living" and you'll discover "It's a good thing!"


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