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I just saw this show for the first time and loved it. I like how the kids don't quite realize that their differences make them weird to others and the dad is afraid the outside world is going to turn them into typical teens who follow the crowd. Funny how the poster who hated the show turned it back on as though there are no other channels and she couldn't put in a movie. I agree Reba and 8 Simple Rules and pretty much all those other family comedies on the WB are incredibly lame...can we say acting lessons? Frankly i think the o'keefes is the only good one, perhaps a good sign. Although if the past is any indication, it won't get picked up yet Reba will stay on long enough to make syndication (4 years at least). What an awful 4 years. I mean, Freaks and Geeks got cancelled after one season, but 7th Heaven has been on for like 5 years or more! What's wrong w/ the world?!
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