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    Dilbert

    Dilbert

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    UPN (ended 2000)
    Dilbert is a cubicle dwelling employee for a large soulless corporation. Each episode the show goes on many adventures that will leave you waiting for more. One simple phrase to describe Dilbert would be laugh out loud. The comical adventures that each story have are very well written by expert writers and voiced by an astonishing cast. The series is mainly about the main character Dilbertand his daily life at work. Although it is not always your typical days events that happens at the office. One of the many features this office has are little people living in the basement who apparently steal the company's markers and uses them to get high. Story lines expand from the world coming to an end for Y2K to the Dogbert trying to enslave the world! Dilbert truly is a show that you only see once in every 30 channels! Characters: Dilbert: Dilbert is your average "tech buff." He has a dog named Dogbert who frequently out-wits him. When push comes to shove you will most likely see Dilbert on the ground. He is an engineer, but often questions if he was meant to have that career. Often he tries to get his own office away from the fellow employees, but every scheme fails for one reason or another. Dilbert is the average struggling guy trying to get by at work one day at a time. Dogbert: Dogbert is not your average dog. In fact he is nothing like a dog at all. On the outside he may look like "man's best friend", but on the inside he wants to rule man. In many episodes Dogbert tries to control the world, but in each episode his scheme fails for one reason or another. Although Dogbert may seem cute and fuzzy he is far from it. The relationship is basically the opposite between Dilbert and Dogbert. Though these two often disagree on many matters they always have each other's back….or at least most of the time. Pointy-Haired Boss: He's every employee's worst nightmare. He has the laziness of Homer Simpson and the wacky comments of Peter Griffin. When those two are mixed watch out! Although he is often away from work he is the boss and as the boss he has the most power at the office. Now stupidity and leadership don't always work well together so just when you thought you figured him out he will surprise you with some wacky antic! Alice: She is one of Dilbert's co-workers. Being the only female employee in the department, she puts up with a lot. Occasionally the guys at work may step out of their place, but she will always take care of that with some violence. Her cubical is located to the left of Dilbert's, but that doesn't stop her from making frequent visits. Certainly Alice is a force not to reckon with. Wally: He is every employee's worst nightmare! He is very lazy and only goes to work just to be there thus receiving his pay check. He tries to use schemes to receive quick cash, but usually they don't work. He later learned in the series that trying to save up sick days for early retirement doesn't always work. The lesson learned in that was that over a period of time those days expire. Over all Wally is pretty much a small guy with a big mouth that frequently gets him in trouble. Broadcast history: Mon: 8:00 PM - 8:30 PM Tue: 8:30 PM - 9:00 PM Like many great shows Dilbert was short lived, but its memory lives on in eternity. Now, many are able to watch Dilbert on DVD and relive every wacky memory that the show has to offer. Not only has Dilbert become one of the most famous comic strips like Garfield, Peanuts, Blondie, etc. etc. but has become somewhat of a "hope symbol" to the daily working person. So pop the DVD in and let your bones ache from laughter! Dilbert is based off of the hit comic strip series of the same name created by Scott Adams.moreless
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    The Apprentice (UK)

    The Apprentice (UK)

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    BBC
    The Apprentice is a business reality show, where candidates compete in two teams to perform the best during business-related tasks, set by Lord Alan Sugar. Each week, the teams must appoint a Project Manager to lead them for the duration of the task, overseen by a trusted aide to Lord Sugar. In seasons 1-5, these were Margaret and Nick. From season 6 onwards, Margaret was replaced by Karren Brady. The team that performs the best will receive a reward, whilst the losing team will be summoned back to the boardroom and interrogated over their failure. Their project manager will be forced to pick two team-mates to face a final encounter, one of whom will be fired. In the first six seasons, the overall goal was a position working for Lord Sugar, with a £100,000 salary; this changed to be a £250,000 investment to start up a business of the winner's choice, with Lord Sugar as a partner.moreless
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    Outsourced

    Outsourced

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    NBC (ended 2011)
    Based on an independent film of the same name, this NBC comedy project follows a novelty company manager when he is sent to India to supervise and train a group of customer service reps.moreless
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    Mad Money

    Mad Money

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    CNBC
    Wall Street expert Jim Cramer dishes advice on the hottest stocks and investment strategies. The show features fast-paced segments such as “Am I Diversified” and “Pick of the Week” where Cramer doles out his wisdom to viewers who call in.moreless
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    Face the Nation

    Face the Nation

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    CBS
    Face The Nation is a news interview program which airs every Sunday morning, live from the CBS studio in Washington D.C. It is dedicated to interviewing newsmakers on the latest issues. Guests include government leaders, politicians, and international figures in the news. CBS News correspondents engage the guests in a lively roundtable discussion focusing on current topics. The show started on November 7th, 1954, and was originally broadcast on both CBS Television and Radio Networks. After close to two decades, the program was taken off CBS radio.moreless
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    The Profit

    The Profit

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    CNBC
    Billionaire CEO and philanthropist Marcus Lemonis visits small businesses to determine if they are worth rescuing. If they are, he writes a check on the spot and takes ownership of the company for a week in order to set them back on the path to success. Described as "Shark Tank meets Bar Rescue", this show has more business cred than The Apprentice or The Pitch.moreless
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    Morning Joe

    Morning Joe

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    MSNBC
    This MSNBC program airs live weekday mornings from 6 to 9 am. Host Joe Scarborough creates a casual atmosphere full of lively political discussions, informative news stories, and thoughtful guest commentators.moreless
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    Lou Dobbs Tonight

    Lou Dobbs Tonight

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    CNN
    Economist and journalist Lou Dobbs and his correspondents tackle a wide range of controversial issues. The show also features interviews with media personalities, economists and politicians.
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    Fast Money

    Fast Money

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    CNBC
    Catch the recap of the day's stock market moves on this financial-focused show. Get all the news and angles straight from the stock exchange floor.
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    Squawk Box

    Squawk Box

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    CNBC
    Squawk Box is the CNBC morning business news program that gives you a headstart on your stock portfolio whille you are eating your breakfast. The market pre-game show focuses on the days biggest stories, with guests that include the biggest names in business. Squawk has a witty and smart style, with fast-paced banter between the guests. The show premiered in 1995, and was originally hosted by New Jersey lawyer Mark Haines, with reporting by Joe Kernen, David Faber, and Maria Bartiromo, and is now anchored by Joe Kernen, Rebecca Quick, and Carl Quintanilla. In 2005 Haines and Faber created a spin-off of the program, Squawk on the Street, which was anchored from the NYSE by Haines. CNBC's signature morning show has guest reports from Washington, Silicon Valley, London, and Hong Kong. Squawk Box brings Wall Street to Main Street, giving you the information you need to start the trading day.moreless
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    Stossel

    Stossel

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    FOX Business
    Stossel is a television program that airs every week on the Fox Business Network. It stars veteran reporter John Stossel and is filmed before a live studio audience. Though it was bounced around the Fox schedule when it originally began airing on December 10, 2009, it has since settled into the 10 pm time slot on Thursday evenings. Stossel runs for an hour each week and features a panel of guests with whom the host discusses a variety of issues. Often playing the devil's advocate, Stossel opens the panel up to questions from the audience at the end of every program. Issues that the program has covered include Global Climate Change, Crony Capitalism, Energy Independence, Junk Science and Tax Insanity. Many notable guests have appeared on Stossel such as Congressman Dennis Kucinich, former federal judge Andrew Napolitano, social critic and radio personality Michael Medved, Fox host Sean Hannity, former Bush administration official Karl Rove and former presidential candidate Ron Paul.moreless
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    Squawk on the Street

    Squawk on the Street

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    CNBC
    Squawk on the Street is the spin-off of CNBC's morning show Squawk Box, hosted by the original Squawk Box host Mark Haines, that comes to you live from the floor of the NYSE to give you stock information and stock market picks. The show comes to you with Haines and Erin Burnett on the NYSE floor, and David Faber at CNBC Global HQ. Squawk on the Street provides viewers with up-to-the minute news from financial markets, covering the headlines of the day with guest analysis from the business world's best. Squawk on the Street features segments like The Rundown, Word on the Street, Instant Analysis, The Faber Report, Five for Five, the Opening Bell Countdown, and Opening Buzz, and ends with the Stocks to Watch. The first show to bring the action on Wall Street to your morning living room, with exclusive "Eye on the Floor" wireless cameras that give you a behind the scenes look at the Stock Exchange floor.moreless
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    The Ascent of Money

    The Ascent of Money

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    Channel 4
    Historian Niall Ferguson examines the role of money and financial institutions in world history. Exploring topics such as foreign exchange, the evolution of credit and the origin of debt, this six part series looks at how the world's financial market has developed.moreless
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    Street Signs

    Street Signs

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    CNBC
    Street Signs is a business news program that airs on CNBC and his hosted by Erin Burnett. It covers the top stories of the day on the trading floor and focuses on the day’s market action, live from CNBC's global headquarters in New Jersey. Wall Street analysts, investors, and executives frequent the set to offer their insider opinions on the movements of the market. Erin provides comprehensive analysis of everything from mergers and acquisitions to rising stocks to watch. Two unique segments include “Stop Trading!” where notorious “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer summarizes the state of the market and offers his take on the day’s trading, and “Faber Report,” David Faber’s take on market action. The show premiered in 1996 with host Ron Insana and was briefly nonexistent from 2002-2003 before being revived by Insana. Maria Bartiromo also previously hosted the program. Street Signs airs on CNBC at 2 p.m.moreless
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    FOX Business

    FOX Business

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    FOX Business
    FOX Business Network is a cable channel spinoff of FOX News that began broadcasting on October 15, 2007. Believing that other business cable news channels were "negative towards business," One goal of FOX owner Rupert Murdoch was to create a channel that was more business friendly. Anchors for FOX Business Network include David Asman, Cheryl Casone, Rebecca Diamond, Dagen McDowell and Stuart Varney, all of whom contribute to FBN in addition to their regular duties on FOX News. FBN's shows include Imus in the Morning, Varney and Company, Countdown to the Closing Bell, The Willis Report, Lou Dobbs Tonight, Freedom Watch and Follow the Money. Since its launch, FBN has a consistently lower ratings than CNBC. FBN has been criticized in the past for airing a large number of infomercials during off hours. Since that time, the cable channel has started airing global financial coverage from sister networks in other countries. FBN's main competitors include CNBC, Bloomburg Television, Sky News Business Channel and BBC World News, among others.moreless
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    Journal Editorial Report

    Journal Editorial Report

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    FOX News Channel
    The Journal Editorial Report is a weekly American interview and panel discussion TV program on Fox News Channel, hosted by Paul Gigot, editorial page editor of the Wall Street Journal. Prior to moving to Fox News, the show aired on PBS for 15 months, ending on December 2, 2005. Opening with a newsmaker of the week, Gigot usually interviews a guest for the first half of the program, asking questions related to the writings of the guest or a current event of interest to the guest. Following the guest segment, the program becomes a panel discussion of Wall Street Journal editorial writers giving their opinions on the political, economic, and cultural issues of the current week. The final segment labeled Hits and Misses lets the panelists speculate on what they believe will happen in the upcoming week.moreless
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    Cavuto

    Cavuto

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    FOX News Channel
    Part of Fox News's "Cost of Freedom" business programming block on Saturday mornings, Cavuto on Business features Neil Cavuto discussing the various factors affecting the financial market.
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    Mega Movers

    Mega Movers

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    The History Channel
    Mega Movers is a television program on The History Channel. It first aired on April 18, 2006. It details the preparations and inside problems and details of large moves, such as historical buildings being relocated to new sites miles away (city halls, famous mansions, apartment houses etc.), oil derricks and such like difficult moves (Church and steeple, large off-road dump trucks, Oil platforms, Off-track Locomotives, etc.).moreless
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    ABC News U.S.

    ABC News U.S.

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    ABC News
    National news videos from ABC News.
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    CNN Money

    CNN Money

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    CNN
    From CNN and Money magazine, CNNMoney.com combines business news and in-depth market analysis with practical advice and answers to personal finance questions.
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