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This is a show I find time to watch. Shorty has a great heart and a loud mouth; an odd but appealing combination. Kind of like a small version of Della Reese. He loves his sister, he loves his crew, and he loves his dogs. Sounds like a simple formula, but when you combine that with his two businesses (Shortywood, a talent agency for Little People used to fund Shorty's Rescue his pit bull rescue service) the mix becomes volatile and interesting.
The interactions between Shorty and his staff show a high degree of camaraderie but not without some entertaining personality conflicts. Each team member has his or her own agenda, which could ultimately take them away from Shorty's world, or will send them scurrying back behind Shorty's protective wrath. Either way, it's a fun ride, with a lot of heart, and some great human (and animal) interest content.
I personally love this show - a rarity for me, since I don't typically watch TV, much less reality-type shows. I have to admit tho, that Shorty's world is totally captivating...as is Shorty, the man.
See it. Watch it. Love it.
It rates a 9.8/10 (on the TV scale) from...
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