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Jacqueline Susann was wrong; in this case once IS enough.
Victor Field from London, England
10 May 2003
The Japanese TV show that launched the whole camcorder footage thing has a
lot to answer for; it led to "America's Funniest Home Videos," which led
the British version "You've Been Framed," which led to Sky launching its
copy fronted by Sky Sports presenter Kirsty Gallacher.
(She must be glad to be on something watched, as opposed to
The trouble with shows like this is that once you've seen one, you've
much seen them all, and "Kirsty's Uncut Home Videos" is even more so -
of the same (home videos with "amusing" commentary and sound effects),
with the people naked! The only, and I repeat ONLY, way this might compel
non-addicts to tune in again is if it featured Kirsty Gallacher romping in
the nude on video. But that would be exploitative, of course.
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