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The Lying, The Watch, and The Jake's Wadrobe

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    tvloverduh

    [1]Jan 5, 2006
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    I read the episdoe decripition sounds very funny. Adrian opens a bakery called Muffin. I am so excited who else wants to see this!
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    crazyrhythm

    [2]Jan 9, 2006
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    I'm glad this show is returning.
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    MISSING_FAN

    [3]Jan 9, 2006
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    me 2..i missed it so much. i saw john on regis & kelly today.. the episode looks funny.
    i'm studying pr so this show is right up my ally too bad more people don't watch it.
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    tvloverduh

    [4]Jan 9, 2006
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    this episode was great bring on the next one... so what did you all think
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    odino_

    [5]Jan 10, 2006
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    It was good but not good that they left the last season finale all false.

    But fair enough, new people who watched the show probably didn't need to know anything from Season 1.

    And I like the show and I hope it sticks around.
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    Truman_Burbank

    [6]Jan 10, 2006
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    odino_ wrote:
    It was good but not good that they left the last season finale all false.

    But fair enough, new people who watched the show probably didn't need to know anything from Season 1.

    And I like the show and I hope it sticks around.


    Fair enough?!? Well, I don't think so. I watched the 1st season and even though it wasn't great, it wasn't bad either, so I decided to continue watching it. Now, it's like they COMPLETELY ignored last season! How can they do that?!? Really pathetic...
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    lorinski

    [7]Jan 10, 2006
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    Ok. I thought the Season 2 premiere was good BUT... what about following last season's finale - like most shows? What happened to Brooke? There was a Brooke in this episode but she was a ditz, nothing like her character last season (who Jake wanted to have a relationship with)- and also Annie was getting married that day (or weekend) - Adrian & wife were on the way - what is this now - wedding is 2 weeks away? I was very disappointed that last season's "progress" was completely ignored w/o explanation. I am glad I am not the only one who noticed. It was hard to decide if I liked the new season since I was wondering the entire 30 minutes what was happening. And it was not Adrian who started the bakery it was the magician - see - I am so confused I can't even remember his name.
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    Notusedname

    [8]Sep 13, 2006
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    The magicans name is Patrick, well actully i haven't seen the second season yet but in a way i understand why they don't relate to the first season. Because at first i thought the show was strange but good, because it wasn't like any other show. It was like a peice from the real life in real time, but later it begun to be more like other series, with a longer story line.

    If you know what i mean.

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