What's up with TNT Network and "Law & Order"?

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  1. BassDave

    BassDave New Member

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    What's up with TNT Network and "Law & Order"? I had been watching "Alias" on TNT, coming on at 3:00 CST, . . . but this week, it was replaced by YET ANOTHER episode of "Law & Order", bringing the total number of episodes, within the span of an afternoon, to FIVE. What the crap??? :confused: Why remove the ONE episode of "Alias" for another "Law & Order"??? I just don't get it.

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    What's up with TNT Network and "Law & Order"? I had been watching "Alias" on TNT, coming on at 3:00 CST, . . . but this week, it was replaced by YET ANOTHER episode of "Law & Order", bringing the total number of episodes, within the span of an afternoon, to FIVE. What the crap??? :confused: Why remove the ONE episode of "Alias" for another "Law & Order"??? I just don't get it.

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  3. wolfix

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    Sell your TV... Ride your bike.
     
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    Sell your TV... Ride your bike.
     
  5. TrekDedicated

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    Dude, first of all, "Alias"? You're complaining about that?

    Second of all, I agree with the above poster, sell your tv and ride your bike..

    Then you can starting questioning why you skipped YET ANOTHER ride on the bike, bringing the total number of missed rides during the week to FIVE.

    Kisses,

    Trek
     
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    Don't even bother with TNT, go straight to OLN where each day you can watch 12 hours of Survivor reruns, 5 hours of Bull rider, 4 hours of the Babe Winkleman's fishing show, 3 hours of shows about BBQ, and 2 hours of RV Today. 26 hours of daily programming. No wonder they have no time for cycling.
     
  7. BassDave

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    *pondering*. . . Yeah, . . . I really haven't ridden my bike enough recently. :(
     
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