"Newlyweds" follows the lives of pop stars Nick Lachey and Jessica Simpson in the same way "The Osbournes" follows Ozzy's clan.
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 Herself (40 episodes, 2003-2005)
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"Newlyweds" follows the lives of pop stars Nick Lachey and Jessica Simpson in the same way "The Osbournes" follows Ozzy's clan.

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[opening a birthday present]
Nick: It's a little display case for my baseballs.
Drew: Open it up, you douche!
Nick: Oh, you mean, there's already one in there?
Drew: I'm cheap but I'm not that cheap!
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"That is so punk rock..."
20 December 2004 | by (Vancouver) – See all my reviews

One of the guys from Blink-182, Mark or Biff or something, once said that listening to pop music was punk because everyone hates it. He was probably referring to his own crowd, because someone is obviously buying pop records. Nevertheless, he raises an interesting point.

Our novels and films are filled with the neurotic, intelligent observations of the socially inept, as these protagonists struggle to accomplish the most basic functions of everyday life. {Talking to someone at a bar, having fun over the holidays}.

Jessica, on the other hand, displays many social behaviors, has a healthy bodyweight, loves the media, and kisses people on the lips by way of greeting. She is the opposite of the massively popular Zellweger/Bridget Jones character type, and still turns a brisk business in spite of it.

Her 500-word vocabulary is probably false. John Wayne had that one figured out in the forties.


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