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Stephen Gregory Foster
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Good show, just need to TiVo it to avoid the commercials. But the show itself is very good. Last night they added the 'Idol' thing where you can 'vote' on who's gonna kill whom. (Will he kill her? Will she kill him?) The 'text blah blah blah to number whatever' is annoying, but the show itself is interesting and amusing. You know someone's gonna die, it's just a matter of who and how. If CourtTV could just eliminate the annoying voting gimmick and let you concentrate on the show, it'd be even better. But I can't fault the show itself for the marketers trying to screw it up. It's like 'Six Feet Under Lite'. Waters is by far the best part of the show. The stories so far have been amusing but not insultingly stupid. I hope they get gorier and more twisted. But I'd watch John Waters reading the phone book. He's great. You go girl!
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