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Old 01-18-2006, 07:18 PM   #16
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I care too.

Though, I've liked Dave Coulier since I was about 8 when he was on Full House so I'm looking forward to seeing him. He's played hockey for most of his life so I imagine he can't be too bad at this. But we'll see.
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Old 01-18-2006, 10:14 PM   #17
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Alright well I watched the last performance of Nancy and Dave. I can't say if I liked the show or not because I only saw the last performance this evening.
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I don't like skating but I thought I'd watch this show. After the first two performances, I turned it off.

Bruce Jenner is sooo damn tall!
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I don't care for watching poor or ameteur skating....professional skating or ice dancing I do enjoy watching, it can be so beautiful, and the pros make it look way too easy. But some of these shows using celebs to do things like dance and ice skate with professionals are getting boring.
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As for Jenner's kids, maybe Robert was adopted...and i really like the name KENDALL...(alright, i cannot tell a lie--that's MY name also)
Anyway...i did not catch the show---which television wizard decided to put it up against Lost??? Bad idea.....
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Yeah, okay, it's pretty lame. But ... it's kind of sweet too. Pure and wholesome! D list celebrities cashing in, sure ... but sweet!
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I think its cool so far.. I will enjoy watching them fall and hurt themselves
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As far as reality shows go, I'd definitely rather watch people trying to figure skate, rather than people eating bugs or the testicles of a rare animal.
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As far as reality shows go, I'd definitely rather watch people trying to figure skate, rather than people eating bugs or the testicles of a rare animal.
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As far as reality shows go, I'd definitely rather watch people trying to figure skate, rather than people eating bugs or the testicles of a rare animal.


Put in that perspective you definitely DO have a good point!
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I agree - it was actually fairly sweet <in a nicey nicey way>

They did a good job for those that never really ice skated before.

My one issue is that I have always just not liked Nancy Kerrigan. Maybe its that constipation face she has when she smiles. But I think its funny that Coulier ground off the toe picks on his skates. I see problems for him in the future. Stay tuned for the bumps and bruises.
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Thought Jillian & John were the best.
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Anyway...i did not catch the show---which television wizard decided to put it up against Lost??? Bad idea.....
Me either. Lost will always win out .

I think they're moving "Skating" to Mondays next week though .
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Thought Jillian & John were the best.
Jillian is almost a ringer, the show is kind of stacked FOR her, as she did train in figure skating for several years when she was young. And it shows. I think it's kind of unfair for the other celebs (even Dave - while he is a little ahead of the curve being able to stand comfortably and turn and stop easy, figure skating is a whole other set of skills). Should have some sort of handicap system to even things out.

Also, anybody think Kristy Swanson and Lloyd Eisler got a raw deal in the scoring last night?
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Also, anybody think Kristy Swanson and Lloyd Eisler got a raw deal in the scoring last night?
Hee! Nice to know scoring/judging controversy exists even in "fake" skating competitions.
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