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J. Robin Miller
I now give myself a half hour break to shampoo the cat; Every Wednesday night at 8:30pm pacific 7:30pm central. What a pile of crap. The commercials have more entertainment value. Fire the writers, fire the cast, put the poor crew on paid leave. This dumb show jumped the shark before the shark was born. I would certainly hope someone in programming at CBS knows the best time to air this program would be at 3:30 AM Saturday morning. That way most of America would be spared the lame idiocy this show has to offer. Whether one uses his or her time to shampoo the cat, read an entire life insurance binder or simply smash ones privates flat with a wooden mallet, anything will be surprisingly less painful than one horrible second watching, "Courting Alex".
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