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May 29, 2013

Dr. Life talks with Adam about the best way to measure a man’s testosterone, and the ideal diet for looking your best as you grow older. Plus, Dave Dameshek reveals the Creep of the Week, Alison reads the news, and Bald Bryan reviews Hangover III.

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  • over seven years ago
    Njima
    You mean they should have kept Bent. I woduln't have minded Best Friends Forever, but Jessica St. Clair is the worst. She is the equivalent of scratching nails on a chalkboard. The rest of the cast was pretty good, but luckily Luka Jones has moved on for Up All Night. Plus, shows about NYC are getting old. What this year we got Animal Practice, Partners, Elementary, The Mindy Project AND Guys with Kids? Only the first of which is good. Plus at midseason we have Golden Boy, although I heard that one is pretty good. After all, you can't go wrong with Bonnie Sommerville and Chi McBride (unless you count Desmond Pfeiffer, which wasn't his fault, it was the writing).
  • over seven years ago
    Maria
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  • over seven years ago
    Ranuu
    "Or gimme even Jill Sprecher's very special CLOCKWATCHERS"I haven't heard that movie meteionnd too often, although Toni Collette is probably the one who makes it not only special, but gripping (amazing how well the Australian plays Americans.) Without her it would not have the same meaning--nobody conveys the sense of sincere groveling in order to belong to something she considers important, better than Toni Collette (Muriel's Wedding, Little Miss Sunshine.) Love the final scene where the boss writes a letter of recommendation for temp Iris (Collette) who tells him her name is Margaret (the temp who got fired). He never recalls the temps' names so he didn't know. Iris sends Margaret the letter as a favor (she had wrongly suspected Margaret of theft and wanted to make it up), and the temps go their separate ways. Waiting for Godot could not evoke more of nothing and nowhere in the office in Anywhere USA.
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