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Gregory C. Haynes
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Tommy 'Tiny' Lister,
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Let's face it, if you're looking for intelligent, meaningful, enriching television - don't bother. However, if you miss Melrose Place and 90210, then this is your show. It's hard to feel sorry for these beautiful rich people, yet somehow I'm entranced to turn in each week, just like with Melrose and 90210.
If you want to watch this show, remove your thinking cap, sit back and enjoy. This show will not stimulate any of your brain cells, but you'll enjoy it none the less
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