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Bring back Over There petition

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    TehDood

    [1]Jul 4, 2006
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    http://www.petitionspot.com/petitions/SecondSeasonOverThere
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    Dippi17

    [2]Jul 4, 2006
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    GOGOGOGGO the petition now is at 2054, today 4th july 2006 already 2000 people are really a lot.

    It'sincredible we are at 2000 and more, it is as it was 2 000 000 cause not every body knows this petition exists, and no every bodyhas internet....come one I think they constricted to cancel Over there second season for political motivations.

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    TehDood

    [3]Jul 5, 2006
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    FX knows they screwed up big time. This show was great and still has people talking about it.

    I'm sure DVD sales are probably pretty good too. Especially since the dvd set is $14.99 at Best Buy all this week.
    Edited on 07/05/2006 10:30am
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    kingrich06

    [4]May 18, 2008
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    its a shame. I would have liked to see this series continue.
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    Drawer22

    [5]Jan 21, 2009
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    As one who rose thru the ranks from PV1-CPT, a Veteran of 2 voluntary combat tours in a much-maligned conflict (and recipient of the laughable "thanks of a grateful nation" for having done the bidding of the government her citizens elected), never losing sight of altruistic motives for assisting the indigenous mercenaries by whose side we operated, this series struck home. Much has changed (technology, weapons - even minor changes in tactics), but far more of armed conflict remains the same, as it is still people who are irrevocably affected. I find it exceptionally sad that "Over There" was so short-lived, for the cathartic good it accomplished greatly outweighed the anguish necessarily re-lived by the realism which prodded graphic memories - pleasant, angry, joyous, exciting, gory, adventurous, frightening, humorous...and much more - all of which left me hungry for more!
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    CruzDavid

    [6]Jun 17, 2009
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