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I love George and Martha. George and Martha is about two hippo pals that live in a town called Happy Palms. The best part about George and Martha is that they have money but don't work for it. This is a great show for the whole family to watch together. It may have only been around for one season and only have 20 episodes but I give it 5 stars. I watch it any chance I get. I get so mad when I miss an episode I go completely insane. But on a serious note it's a really good show for kids and adults to sit down and watch and enjoy. I hope if any of you see it on television just take those 23 minutes and enjoy the show I promise you'll love it and want to watch it again and again.
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