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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Mike Broadman, Mar 21, 2002.
Girl Next Door
Darn me but if this network don't know how to put on a good show.
"You know Homer, FOX became a hadcore sex channel so gradually i didn't even notice." -- Marge, The Simpsons.
intr.v. pan·dered, pan·der·ing, pan·ders
1. To act as a go-between or liaison in sexual intrigues; function as a procurer.
2. To cater to the lower tastes and desires of others or exploit their weaknesses: “He refused to pander to nostalgia and escapism”
3. Anything broadcast by FOX.
(okay so I made the last one up )
[Dumb & Dumber voice] "Just when I thought you couldn't do anything dumber, you do something like this... and completely redeem yourself!" [/Dumb & Dumber voice]
Will I be wacthing? Hells yeah!
I've always preferred the "girl next door" / "hot looking housewife" look to the artificial, silicone-enhanced, not-of-this-planet look of most Playmates. But that's just me
I don't know if you've ever seen an episode of Playboy's Girls Next Door, but your description pretty much fits the girls who try out for this show. Sadly, it's very rare that one truly possesses the "Girl Next Door" quality.
Thank god they cleared 'The Tick' and 'Undeclared' from the schedule to make room for this.
Fox is giving new meaning to the term "boob tube."
How can I not love FOX?
Because the sons-of-bitches cancelled Alien Nation back in 1990.
I'm still pissed!
If this was on HBO I'd be watching. But a bunch of blurry squares don't really turn me on.
Four words why I can't love FOX, No More Family Guy.
No more Family Guy!?!?I think its time to start watching Fox again.
How can I not love Fox, let me count the ways....
They produce more good new shows than the rest of the networks. Then they move them around so even their most faithful viewers can't find them. Then they cancel them because they haven't caught on. The Self-Fulfilling Prophecy Network. Idiots!
i dont like fox because they cancel great shows like family guy and futurama, so F-U FOX!
Of course, it's not exactly likely that either "Family Guy" or "Futurama" would have run for three years, schedule changes or no, on any other network.