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kelleyiskelley Posts: 11,590 Registered: 7/2/06
Re: TV Thread!!! Discuss IDOL, DWTS, THE OFFICE, HOUSE,whatever....
Posted: Mar 17, 2010 8:48 PM
The Ray Romano written show is called Men of a Certain Age and its AWESOME, totally worth watching and one of the few shows that both DH and I watch together,and that he loves just as much as I do. Its really about men, and male friendships, and centers around 3 male friends of mid to older ages, and their lives and how they intersect, etc. I love it. Its subtle, and funny, but in a subtle way, and also quite dramatic. Just very real. Romanos character is based on himself - he is a divorced guy wiht kids who is a gambling addict, its a compelling character. Anyway, its on Monday nights for an hour at 10 on tbs or usa or one of those, I forget which, BUT you are way behind because season one just ENDED like 2 weeks ago lol. So I guess you can find it on or something maybe if you look there.

Actually, onHouse, I think its an organ, not a piano, but no matter, its a minor storyline, just another funny one with Wilson and House revolving around buying furniture for their condo. I love them and find their friendship the most compelling part of that show. LOVE THEM.

Yes, there were two women in the finals on Idol once. I THINK it was Diana and Fantasia, or Diana (she had blonde hair) and someone else, I cant remember, but I know it was two women.

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