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 Herself - Host / ... 9 episodes, 1997-1999
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 Himself - Host / ... 9 episodes, 1997-1999
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 Herself - America's Dating Coach 4 episodes, 1997-1998
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A good refreshing talk show
26 July 2006 | by See all my reviews

After only two years, they were canceled. I only got glimpses of the show on the E Daily Soup which I loved. I like Charlie Chase and Lorraine Crook and I think they did a fairly good job at not being Regis and Kathie Lee or Regis and Kelly with a good country sense. They reached out to an audience that was down home and country and southern or Midwestern. It was sad to say goodbye after a short time on the air but the Nashville Network no longer exists anyway. It's become the Spike channel, the lifetime channel for men, and shows like Crook and Chase were canceled. Still it was refreshing to see a show like Crook and Chase that was not in New York or Los Angeles. The Nashville Network is sorely missed even by me because it was different from the other cable channels. I don't have Country Music Television on my cable system which is a shame but then I think I would just watch more television and I don't need to see anymore. Anyway, Crook and Chase had their moments. They were better than Mike and Matty and seemed more real.


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