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Peter A Kelly,
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Raphael B. Johnson,
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Absolutely one of the MOST USELESS shows on all of television. If you watch this you'll likely get an inside look at celebritys' weddings and what parties they go to, the scoop on what goes on behind the scenes of all those reality shows that are making society a little more stupid with each new show, and what celebrity's in rehab or a lawsuit or buying a new mansion. Give me a break. This show is people who can't leave people alone. Do we, those of us not in front of the camera, really need to know how many carats one celebrity's new ring is or how many phones are in another celebrity's bathrooms?!?!? I think not. Here's what this show's new slogan should be: "Extra - Giving Celebrities Extra LESS Privacy." Pathetic.
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