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Old 04-04-2013, 04:56 AM   #21
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Oh geez! I was onboard with trying 'em one day until I read that last sentence about mad-cow disease, .

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Have to admit I love the show. Just recently got into it, but now I can't get enough.

I even purchased a Si bobble head for my desk...
When I watch that show, Si is so jittery it seems like he's a walking/talking, life-sized bobble head, .
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Old 04-04-2013, 05:10 AM   #22
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You enjoy those squirrel brains. Vienna sausage , potted meat is as far from ribeye center as I will go.


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Old 04-04-2013, 07:13 AM   #23
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I realize that there's a place for everyone in the world, but celebrating/exploiting the absolute lowest common denominator with a personality disorder is now a serious problem.

Have we given up?
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Old 04-04-2013, 08:04 AM   #24
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I realize that there's a place for everyone in the world, but celebrating/exploiting the absolute lowest common denominator with a personality disorder is now a serious problem.

Have we given up?
That would be a question for A&E, I am in it purely for the entertainment.

As far as for personality disorders... You may have to channel surf until you run out of thumb to find a show lacking someone who is narcissistic or has a personality flaw.... as all personalities are flawed to some extent.
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Oh geez! I was onboard with trying 'em one day until I read that last sentence about mad-cow disease, .



When I watch that show, Si is so jittery it seems like he's a walking/talking, life-sized bobble head, .
Think it may have to do with the fact that he's main-lining tea from the minute he wakes up every day? LMBO!!
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Old 04-04-2013, 10:59 PM   #26
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Lets clear something up. Are they in Louisiana? Technically yes. But W. Monroe is more like South Arkansas.

They are not coonasses, they are rednecks, become familiar with the difference.



Now about the football game.
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Saw the football episode again today; one team had purple jerseys, (still looked Viking-esque to me) and one team wore black jerseys.
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Saw the football episode again today; one team had purple jerseys, (still looked Viking-esque to me) and one team wore black jerseys.
They can't wear NFL Jerseys with out paying a fee. You don't see any brand names on most TV shows.
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A&Eís docu-soap phenomenon shattered previous ratings records for its Wednesday night finale. The episode following the Robertson clan to Hawaii delivered 9.6 million viewers and a 4.3 adults 18-49 rating.
That rating makes Duck Dynasty the highest-rated show last night ó and not just on cable. The number is bigger then CBSí Survivor (2.9) and bigger than Foxís American Idol (3.3). As you can see, the fight wasnít even close.
Duck Dynasty, along with AMCís The Walking Dead, represent small-yet-growing number of cable shows that can overthrow the heavy hitters on broadcast. Season three of Duck Dynasty averaged 8.4 million total viewers (up 95% versus season 2) and 4.8 million adults 18-49 (up 92%), making it cableís top-rated reality series this year, and the No. 2 original series overall behind only The Walking Dead.
Foxís American Idol has suffered a rather dramatic ratings decline this season, though last nightís episode was basically on par with the previous week. The once-unbeatable franchise has endured several ratings indignities of late, such as getting topped by repeats of CBSí The Big Bang Theory. Being trounced by a cable show is now added to the list, but thatís hardly a unique badge of dishonor this season.


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It's fake.
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