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Every time I see a clock tower apartment on TV, usually on a real estate program, it reminds me of this great show. It made me want to live in one, I died when I saw a huge 4 clock tower penthouse on Selling New York, all glass with a glass elevator taking up the whole floor. I don't know why but this show made me wish to live in a clock tower with a spectacular view. I have a great view, but if I could remodel and money wasn't a problem, I would build my own space with a clock with a window seat.
The clock took me in, the show itself, when it wasn't being manipulated by NBC, was comedic genius, kept me there, I was sorry to see it go.
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