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The simple recipe for holding my wife's attention for hours on end:

  1. Count down 100 of anything. (Greatest songs of the 80s, Worst Celebrity Haircuts, etc.)
  2. Intercut talking b-list celebrity heads against greenscreens.
  3. Repeat

The other night, she was crestfallen when Barbara Walter's 30 Mistakes in 30 Years was (a) only 30 items long; and (b) extremely lame.

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BKG [TypeKey Profile Page]:

I know what you're talking about. I've lost about a year with Lisa to VH1's 100 Songs of the 80s.

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