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Subject: Re: How political-correctness ruined the Pirelli calendar
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Mayayana<mayayana@invalid.nospam> wrote:
> "Tony Cooper"<> wrote
> |> They come up with a formula and
> | >then the viewers watch each week specifically to
> | >see another rendition of the same formula.
> |
> | Which is basically the same thing done with just about every US prime
> | time show.
> |
>    That's what I mean. Whether it's American or British,
> a series is the same. The worst are nearly the same plot
> every time: Hero gets into trouble. Things look bad.
> Near the end, with 1 second before the bomb goes
> off, hero saves the day. Show ends with a few witty
> quips over drinks. 

I guess you never saw “Breaking Bad”, or “The Wire”.