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Brad Leo Lyon
It's not the greatest show on TV, but if you're looking to kick back and turn your brain off for a half hour, then this is your show. The show is a spin-off to the popular reality sitcom, Hogan Knows Best. It follows Hulk's daughter, Brooke, as she moves out and tries to figure out how to work things out as an adult. Also, Hulk isn't ready to let go of his "baby girl" completely, so he's constantly checking in. This makes the show interesting and funny.
The two other things I love about this show are:
1. Brooke is a hottie! I know, I'm such a guy when I say that, but she's cute. And she's not pencil-thin like Paris or Nicole. Brooke can be a little bit clueless at times, but she's not an airhead either. Overall, she's cool.
2. Brooke has the most awesome apartment. A jacuzzi, a panoramic view of Miami...spectacular! I want to live there! Brooke has it made.
Like I said, this show isn't winning any Emmy awards anytime soon, but if you just want to watch what somebody else is up to for a half-hour, then this is a fun show.
My rating: 5/10
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