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TV Land January 2007 --


Regular schedule changes:

What's new: M*A*S*H
What's back: Benson, Miami Vice
What's expired: Happy Days, MacGyver

***CHANGES LISTED ONLY***

Saturdays, Effective January 6, 2007
8:30AM The Brady Bunch (replaces Happy Days)
12:00PM Miami Vice (replaces MacGyver)

Sundays, Effective January 7, 2007
8:30AM Benson (replaces Brady Bunch)

Weekdays, Effective January 8, 2007
5:00PM The Andy Griffith Show (replaces Green Acres)
5:30PM The Andy Griffith Show (replaces Green Acres)

Every night Effective January 8, 2007:
10:00PM TV Land Original Mon & Wed; M*A*S*H Tues & Thurs-Sun (replaces The Jeffersons)
10:30PM M*A*S*H (replaces The Jeffersons)
11:00PM M*A*S*H Mon & Wed; Sanford & Son remains Tues & Thurs-Sun
approx. 1:10AM M*A*S*H (replaces The Andy Griffith Show)
approx. 1:45AM M*A*S*H (replaces The Andy Griffith Show)
approx. 2:20AM The Andy Griffith Show (replaces The Jeffersons)
approx. 2:55AM The Andy Griffith Show (replaces The Jeffersons)

Everything else same as the schedule that started Dec. 19


Effective Monday, January 15, 2007
Every night
7:00PM Gunsmoke (replaces Little House M-F)
9:00PM M*A*S*H (replaces Andy Griffith)
9:30PM M*A*S*H (replaces Andy Griffith)
10:00PM The Jeffersons (replaces M*A*S*H)
10:30PM The Jeffersons (replaces M*A*S*H)

Effective Tuesday, January 16, 2007 (early Wednesday)
Every night
12:00AM M*A*S*H (replaces Star Trek)
12:35AM The Andy Griffith Show (replaces Star Trek cont.)
1:10AM Star Trek (replaces two episodes of M*A*S*H)
2:20AM M*A*S*H (replaces Andy Griffith)

Effective Wednesday, January 17, 2007
Weekdays
11:00AM I Love Lucy (replaces Green Acres)
12:00PM Green Acres (replaces Brady Bunch)
12:30PM The Brady Bunch (replaces All in the Family)
2:00PM Gunsmoke (replaces A-Team)
3:00PM The A-Team (replaces Bonanza)
4:00PM Miami Vice (replaces Gunsmoke)
5:00PM Bonanza (replaces two episodes of Andy Griffith)
6:00PM Little House on the Prairie (replaces two episodes of Beaver)

Effective Sunday, January 21, 2007
Sundays
11:00AM I Love Lucy (replaces Green Acres)
11:30AM Green Acres (replaces Andy Griffith)




TV Land Originals Encores:
Weekdays at 1:30pm ET/PT and Saturdays 10:00am to 12:00 pm ET/PT
Saturday schedule:

Saturday, January 6
10:00AM I Pity The Fool: Leadership #005
10:30AM I Pity The Fool: Communication #006
11:00AM TV Land Confidential: #001
11:30AM TV Land Confidential: #006

Saturday, January 13
10:00AM I Pity The Fool: Motivation #001
10:30AM Sitdown Comedy: Bob Newhart #006
11:00AM TV Land Myths & Legends: Ghosts and Mrs. Gabor
11:30AM TV Land Confidential: #007

Saturday, January 20
10:00AM I Pity The Fool: Trust #002
10:30AM Sitdown Comedy: Martin Short #002
11:00AM TV Land Myths & Legends: Secret Agents and Game Shows
11:30AM TV Land Confidential: #001

Saturday, January 27
10:00AM I Pity The Fool: Unity #003
10:30AM Sitdown Comedy: George Lopez #004
11:00AM TV Land Myths & Legends: Munchkins and Misbehavior #002
11:30AM TV Land Confidential: #006








Specials & Marathons




-M*A*S*H Launch Week
Monday, January 1, 2007 through Sunday, January 7, 2007
8:00PM to 8:00AM ET/PT each night, with M*A*S*H stars guest-starring on other shows during the day
This hit series is returning to television on the only place it should be...TV Land! This beloved show ran from 1972 to 1983, and we TV Land is proud to have it back on air!
Don't miss TV Land's M*A*S*H marathon that begins January 1st through January 7th. The Marathon will air everyday from 8pm-8am ET/PT. You can watch all your favorite episodes, catch the M*A*S*H Movie, and take in the reunion specials.
During the day, catch M*A*S*H stars on other TV Land shows such as Andy Griffith, Bonanza, Gunsmoke all week-long.
NOTE: During MASH week, some of the regular shows weekdays airing between 8am-8pm will be pre-empted: 12-1pm Andy Griffith Show will air instead of Brady Bunch/All in the Family; 1-2pm full hour of TV Land originals; 5pm Gunsmoke will air instead of Green Acres; 6pm The Andy Griffith Show will air instead of Leave it to Beaver and 7pm The Andy Griffith Show will air instead of Little House.

MASH Stars on Other Shows:

Monday, January 1
6:00AM & 3:00PM Bonanza: #250
9:00AM & 5:00PM Gunsmoke: #98
12:30PM & 7:30PM The Andy Griffith Show: #182

Tuesday, January 2
9:00AM & 5:00PM Gunsmoke: #113
12:30PM & 7:30PM The Andy Griffith Show: 168
3:00PM Bonanza: #144

Wednesday, January 3
9:00AM & 5:00PM Gunsmoke: #114
3:00PM Bonanza: #147

Thursday, January 4
9:00AM & 5:00PM Gunsmoke: #118
3:00PM Bonanza: #148

Friday, January 5
9:00AM & 5:00PM Gunsmoke: #164
3:00PM Bonanza: #149

Saturday, January 6
1:00PM & 7:00PM Bonanza: #250
5:00PM Gunsmoke: #118
6:00PM Gunsmoke: #164

Sunday, January 7
5:00PM Gunsmoke: #209
6:00PM Gunsmoke: #223
7:00PM Gunsmoke: #98


MASH Episodes and Specials:
8:00PM MASH #001
8:30PM MASH #011
9 PM MASH #012
9:30PM MASH #018
10 PM MASH theatrical Movie
12:35 AM MASH #001
1:10 AM MASH #012
1:45 AM MASH #019
2:20 AM MASH #020
2:55 AM MASH theatrical movie
5:30 AM MASH #023
6:00 AM MASH #004
6:30 AM MASH #015
7:00 AM MASH #017
7:30 AM MASH #027

Tuesday, January 2
8:00 PM MASH #017
8:30 PM MASH #027
9:00 PM MASH #032
9:30 PM MASH #038
10:00 PM MASH finale
1:10 AM MASH finale
4:30 AM MASH #030
5:00 AM MASH #047
5:30 AM MASH #048
6:00 AM MASH #034
6:30 AM MASH #037
7:00 AM MASH #050
7:30 AM MASH #054

Wednesday, January 3
8:00 PM MASH #033
8:30 PM MASH #034
9:00 PM MASH #037
9:30 PM MASH #049
10:00 PM MASH 20th Reunion
11:30 PM MASH #051
12:00 AM MASH #053
12:35 AM MASH #055
1:10 AM MASH #058
1:45 AM MASH #059
2:20 AM MASH #065
2:55 AM MASH 20th Reunion
4:30 AM MASH #060
5:00 AM MASH #064
5:30 AM MASH #067
6:00 AM MASH #065
6:30 AM MASH #083
7:00 AM MASH #095
7:30 AM MASH #164

Thursday, January 4
8:00 PM MASH #072
8:30 PM MASH #073
9:00 PM MASH #074
9:30 PM MASH #082
10:00 PM MASH 30th Reunion
12:00 AM MASH #069
12:35 AM MASH #072
1:10 AM MASH #075
1:45 AM MASH #076
2:20 AM MASH #077
2:55 AM MASH 30th Reunion
5:00 AM MASH #089
5:30 AM MASH #101
6:00 AM MASH #218
6:30 AM MASH #233
7:00 AM MASH #241
7:30 AM MASH #242

Friday, January 5
8:00 PM MASH #080
8:30 PM MASH #096
9:00 PM MASH #097
9:30 PM MASH #100
10:00 PM MASH theatrical Movie
12:35 AM MASH theatrical Movie
3:30 AM MASH #079
4:00 AM MASH #087
4:30 AM MASH #097
5:00 AM MASH #100
5:30 AM MASH #105
6:00 AM MASH 20th Reunion
7:30 AM MASH #169

Saturday, January 6
8:00 PM MASH #122
8:30 PM MASH #123
9:00 PM MASH #124
9:30 PM MASH #125
10:00 PM MASH #135
10:30 PM MASH #136
11:00 PM MASH finale
2:20 AM MASH #108
2:55 AM MASH #123
3:30 AM MASH #124
4:00 AM MASH 20th Reunion
5:30 AM MASH #146
6:00 AM MASH 30th Reunion

Sunday, January 7
8:00 PM MASH finale
11:00 PM MASH #161
11:30 PM MASH #177
12:00 AM MASH #178
12:35 AM MASH #179
1:10 AM MASH #183
1:45 AM MASH #184
2:20 AM MASH #234
2:55 AM MASH #177
3:30 AM MASH #178
4:00 AM MASH 30th Reunion








- Myths & Legends
Premieres Wednesday, January 10, 2007
Wednesdays 10:00 p.m. through 10:30 p.m. ET/PT
Encore schedule: Monday 10p; Tuesday 10:30a; Wednesday & Thursday 1:30p; Friday 5a; Saturday 11a & 8p; Sunday 11:59p
Mikey from the Life cereal commercials overdosed on Pop Rocks and soda, causing an explosion in his belly! Paul McCartney is dead! Julia Child dropped a chicken while taping her show, picked it up and continued to dress it, saying, "Remember, you're alone in the kitchen." Did any of this really happen? Urban Myths and Legends sets the record straight about some of the most confused and confounding moments in entertainment history.

Wednesday, January 10 #001 The Ghost & Mrs. Gabor
What former lover was the inspiration for Carly Simon's #1 hit, You're So Vain? Is that really the ghost of a nine-year-old boy seen through a window in the film Three Men and a Baby? Did the cast of Green Acres barbecue and eat the pig that played Arnold Ziffel?
Wednesday, January 17 #003 Secret Agents & Game Shows
Is it true that Gong Show host and producer Chuck Barris was also a trained CIA assassin? Did an actress in Goldfinger die of suffocation when her entire body was painted gold for a scene? And when asked on The Newlywed Game, “Where is the strangest place you’ve ever made whoopee?”, did a contest really respond with, “In the butt, Bob”?
Wednesday, January 24 #002 Munchkins & Misbehavior
Was Barry Williams really high on the set of a 1973 episode of The Brady Bunch? Did famed TV chef Julia Child once drop a chicken, retrieve it, and advise her audience, “Remember, you’re alone in the kitchen?” Can the body of a suicidal munchkin be seen hanging from a tree in The Wizard of Oz?
Wednesday, January 31 #004 Film Frights & Red Scares
Was Lucille Ball ever a Communist? Did an unemployed ice cream truck driver win over $100,000 on the popular game show Press Your Luck by memorizing the supposedly random patterns on the game board? Is the Amityville Horror house really haunted?








- Cosby Show Mini-Marathon
Saturday, January 20, 2007
11:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. ET/PT
Encores: Sunday, January 21, 2007 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Each month TV Land will air a mini-marathon of a show for one weekend (Sat. 11p-2am and Sun 6-9pm). This month spend it with the Huxtables!
Episodes 82, 83, 85-88
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Something Major ... Major ... Rolls Into TV Land When M*A*S*H Premieres on New Year's Day

NEW YORK, Dec. 13 -- TV Land kicks off 2007 in a "MAJOR" way when M*A*S*H -- one of the most successful shows ever seen on television -- debuts on the network with the week-long "Major Major M*A*S*H Marathon." Beginning Monday, January 1 through Sunday, January 7, viewers can ring in the new year with the gang from the 4077th as TV Land airs the following in prime time: all the major episodes from the series; the original major motion picture of the same name; the 20th and 30th major reunion specials and the major landmark series finale. Throughout each day, TV Land will showcase iconic M*A*S*H performers in guest appearances on other TV Land shows, as well as M*A*S*H episodes featuring famous guest stars such as John Ritter, Laurence Fishburne and Blythe Danner.

Additionally, on TVLand.com, fans can play a M*A*S*H trivia game and find information about the history of the show and cast. M*A*S*H will air in its regularly scheduled timeslot of every night at 10:30 p.m. and Tuesday & Thursday-Sunday at 10 p.m. (all times ET/PT) beginning Monday, January 8.

According to TV Land's New Generation Gap Study, M*A*S*H is THE #1 favorite show among Adults 40-59 and a Top 5 show among all adults.
Additionally, Baby Boomers selected M*A*S*H as their all-time favorite TV show, followed by CSI, Star Trek (which joined TV Land in November), Law & Order and 24. Also, Alan Alda's Captain "Hawkeye" Pierce character ranks as a top 5 all-time favorite TV character among Adults 18-59. The landmark study, which included input from more than 4,000 respondents nationwide, was commissioned by TV Land, a division of Viacom Inc.'s MTV Networks (VIAB), to deepen the networks' understanding of Boomers and was conducted by San Francisco-based Age Wave under the direction of its president, Ken Dychtwald, Ph.D., the nation's foremost authority on Baby Boomers, and Harris Interactive(R).

"M*A*S*H is undoubtedly one of the greatest television shows of all time," states Larry W. Jones, President, TV Land. "With an incredible ensemble cast and witty, sharp writing, it is no wonder it is the #1 show among Baby Boomers. It is an excellent complement to our already stellar line-up."


Throughout the week, TV Land will complement classic episodes of M*A*S*H with the following:

* The shows' 20th and 30th Anniversary retrospectives (20th Anniversary Reunion airs Wednesday, January 3 at 10 p.m. and Saturday, January 6 at 4 a.m. 30th Anniversary Reunion airs Thursday, January 4 at 10 p.m. and Sunday, January 7 at 4 a.m.)

- Written, produced, and directed by Michael Hirsh, this 1991 20th Anniversary Reunion special is hosted by actress Shelley Long at the Fox Ranch, where the series' exterior scenes were shot. The special includes cast members' insight into the characters they played. Alan Alda, Gary Burghoff, William Christopher, Jaime Farr, Mike Farrell, Larry Linville, Harry Morgan, Wayne Rogers, David Ogden Stiers, Loretta Swit and Gene Reynolds are featured.

- Originally airing May 17, 2002, the M*A*S*H: 30th Anniversary Reunion special reunites cast members Alan Alda, Mike Farrell, Wayne Rogers, Loretta Swit, Gary Burghoff, Harry Morgan, Jamie Farr, David Ogden Stiers, William Christopher and Allan Arbus, as well as producers Gene Reynolds, Larry Gelbart and Burt Metcalfe as they reminisce with clips on the beloved, and at times, controversial series.

* The original MASH movie (Airs Monday, January 1 at 10 p.m. and Friday, January 5 at 10 p.m. and re-airs immediately)
- In this film which inspired the landmark series, the 4077th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital is shaken up by the arrival of Captains "Hawkeye" Pierce (Donald Sutherland) and "Duke" Forrest (Tom Skerritt). Joined by renowned chest-cutter "Trapper" John McIntyre (Elliott Gould), the surgeons set about dealing with the daily carnage of the war.

* M*A*S*H series finale (Airs Tuesday, January 2 at 10 p.m. and re-airs immediately, Saturday, January 6 at 11 p.m. and Sunday, January 7 at 8 p.m.)
- This finale remains one of the most successful show installments in television history and -- when broadcast in 1983 -- was a major programming milestone which attracted over 105 million viewers, the largest TV audience ever.

* "Before They Were M*A*S*H Stars" (Airs Monday-Sunday between 6 a.m. and 8 p.m.)
- TV Land airs episodes from its programming line-up of Gunsmoke, The Jeffersons, Good Times and The Andy Griffith Show which feature M*A*S*H stars Jamie Farr, Larry Linville and Loretta Swit.

* "Famous Guest Star Episodes"
- TV Land showcases M*A*S*H episodes which feature notable guest stars such as John Ritter, Ned Beatty, Rita Wilson, Laurence Fishburne and Blythe Danner.

Based on the 1970 Robert Altman film of the same name, M*A*S*H revolves around life at the 4077th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital, where wounded and sick soldiers are treated. The show centers around Dr. Benjamin Franklin "Hawkeye" Pierce (Alan Alda) and Dr. "Trapper" John McIntyre (Wayne Rogers), two brilliant surgeons often preoccupied with attractive nurses, practical jokes and merry-making, all while disregarding military decorum.

Their relaxed approach is a source of consternation for other medical staff including Dr. Frank Burns (Larry Linville) and Lt. Margaret "Hot Lips" Houlihan (Loretta Swit), whose secret love affair is no secret. Lt. Colonel Henry Blake (McLean Stevenson) is the camp commander who gives "Hawkeye" and "Trapper" free reign, further irritating Burns and "Hot Lips." Lt. Blake is aided by the nervous, yet efficient, Corporal Walter "Radar" O'Reilly (Gary Burghoff). Other show regulars include Corporal Max Klinger (Jamie Farr), a doctor's aide in the operating room who wears women's clothing in the hope of being discharged and Father Francis Mulcahy (William Christopher), who runs an orphanage and serves as the unit's chaplain.

Many cast changes occur throughout the series' run as McIntyre is discharged and is replaced by Dr. "B.J." Hunnicut (Mike Farrell), a clean cut family man. Dr. Burns is also later discharged and replaced with Dr. Charles Emerson Winchester (David Ogden Stiers), a Boston blueblood who does not get along with Pierce and Hunnicut. The most significant departure from the series comes with the exit of Henry Blake, who is replaced by Colonel Sherman Potter (Harry Morgan).
Throughout the series, there is a great deal of character development as Houlihan becomes friendlier, Pierce becomes more sensitive and Klinger becomes more assuming of his authority.

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Sounds good. It's too bad that Macgyver'll be gone from the schedule, but it'll be nice to have Miami Vice and Benson back.
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Ohhhh big deal who care. Night Court still only one day on Sunday. I dont like MASH. Nothing change for tvland it still suck!!!. SIGN!!! So big deal for tvland.
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11:00PM M*A*S*H Mon & Wed; The Jeffersons Tues & Thurs-Sun (replaces Sanford & Son)
I don't get this. Why is MASH airing on 2 apart days a week(not like Friday/Saturday or on the weekend). It's confusing and it sucks. Why not just either air MASH or The Jeffersons every night in the slot?

and I don't like MASH either.
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They have TV Land originals on Mondays (encores) and Wednesdays (new) at 10, so on those days MASH airs 10:30 and 11pm. They want to air double episodes of MASH each day. Those days Jeffersons is just 11:30pm, every other day it is 11pm and 11:30pm.
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am what ever happend to pity the fool with Mr T is it cancelled already
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Um, I Pity the Fool's episode order was only 6...it aired all 6 already.
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mean its gone already dang that was fast do u think it come back
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TV Land Explores Entertainment's Longstanding Mysteries With the Debut of TV Land Myths and Legends

Six-Part Series Premieres Wednesday, January 10 at 10 p.m.

NEW YORK, Dec. 18 -- TV Land takes a look at the most compelling and intriguing mysteries in Hollywood with the premiere of TV Land Myths and Legends on Wednesday, January 10 at 10 p.m. (all times ET/PT). From delving into the secret of which of Carly Simon's former lovers inspired her hit song "You're So Vain", to the truth behind a possible Poltergeist curse, to whether Barry Williams was really high during an episode of The Brady Bunch -- this six-part series goes behind-the-scenes to investigate Hollywood's most fabled myths and legends.
Produced by Gay Rosenthal Productions (Behind the Music and Little People, Big World), each 30-minute episode explores the truth behind these notorious stories.

"If there's one thing that people love to talk about, it's entertainment's most famous -- and infamous -- myths and legends," states Larry W. Jones, President, TV Land. "These mysteries are a part of the Boomer fabric, and this series examines the deepest, darkest and -- at times -- most unbelievable tales about Hollywood that have existed throughout the years."

TV Land Myths and Legends features original interviews, archival clips and appearances by celebrities -- many of whom had a direct connection to these legendary stories. Each episode explores extraordinary tales about Hollywood's most memorable stars, TV shows, films and music. The series examines the origin of these myths and rumors -- shedding light on some of pop culture's darkest mysteries.

The following are episode descriptions for TV Land Myths and Legends (all times ET/PT):

Wednesday, January 10, 10 p.m. - "The Ghost & Mrs. Gabor"
Who really inspired Carly Simon's #1 hit, You're So Vain? Is that really the ghost of a nine-year-old boy seen through a window in the film Three Men and a Baby? What shocking, sexual innuendo heated up late night when Johnny Carson asked Zsa Zsa Gabor to remove her pet cat from her lap? We'll explore these mysteries and more on this episode of TV Land Myths and Legends.

Wednesday, January 17, 10 p.m. - "Secret Agents & Game Shows "
Among the mysteries explored in this episode of TV Land Myths and Legends: Is it true that Gong Show host and producer Chuck Barris was also a trained CIA assassin? Did a beautiful Bond girl die of suffocation when her entire body was painted gold for a scene in Goldfinger? What stunning x-rated answer did a contestant give Bob Eubanks on The Newlywed Game?

Wednesday, January 24, 10 p.m. - "Munchkins & Misbehavior"
Was Barry Williams really high on the set of a 1973 episode of The Brady Bunch? Did famed TV chef Julia Child actually drop a chicken, pick it up, and advise her audience, "Remember, you're alone in the kitchen?" Can the body of a suicidal munchkin really be seen hanging from a tree in The Wizard of Oz? This installment of TV Land Myths and Legends explores the truth behind these mysteries and more.

Wednesday, January 31, 10 p.m. - "Film Frights & Red Scares"
Was Lucille Ball ever a Communist? Did an unemployed ice cream truck driver win over $100,000 on the game show Press Your Luck by memorizing the supposedly random patterns on the game board? Is Long Island's Amityville Horror house really haunted? These are just three of the mysteries explored in this episode of TV Land Myths and Legends.

Wednesday, February 7, 10 p.m. - "Super Stars & Sudden Deaths"
Did Mama Cass of The Mamas and The Papas really die by choking on a ham sandwich? Did Joan Rivers truly reveal Victoria Principal's phone number live on The Late Show? Did television Superman George Reeves really leap from a tall building to his death? These mysteries and more are explored on this episode of TV Land Myths and Legends.

Wednesday, February 14, 10 p.m. - "Graves, Gilligan & Groucho".
TV Land Myths and Legends investigates some of Hollywood's most compelling mysteries: Is there really a Poltergeist curse? What sexual innuendo did Groucho Marx get away with on You Bet Your Life? Was Gilligan's Island a metaphor for hell? Were the recently buried remains of legendary film comedian Charlie Chaplin dug up by grave robbers and held for ransom?

TV Land Myths and Legends is a Gay Rosenthal Production produced exclusively for TV Land. Executive Producers are Gay Rosenthal and Paul Barrosse from Gay Rosenthal Productions and Sal Maniaci, Senior Vice President, TV Land, Development and Original Production. Nicholas Caprio of Gay Rosenthal Productions is Co-Executive Producer.
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OK, Andy Griffith Show will continue to air 8-10pm in January. Also, Sanford & Son will now remain at 11 & 11:30 p.m., meaning The Jeffersons will only air at 3:30am and 4am late nights starting Jan. 8.
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I think the TV Land's Myths & Legends looks really interesting!
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Surprising about Jeffersons being cut back like that, I thought it was doing better than it must be. Surprising about TAGS too, I was hoping maybe they'd do Beaver from 9-10 or something else.
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