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Ant and Dec are amazing no matter what they do, but ITV had the right idea when they stuck them on prime-time Saturday night TV. TV on a Saturday really does suck, but when another series comes on you know there'll be something decent to watch. Little Ant and Dec are fantastic, I mean how many pre-teens have interviewed Tony Blair and Kylie Minogue? Lets not forget the gotcha's which are hilarious. Sure, Noel did them first, but Ant and Dec have brought them into the 21st century.
Thank you guys for bringing laughter and entertainment to our Saturday nights.
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