Has anyone else seen that show 30 days by Morgan Spurlock? He is the one who made that documentary, Super Size Me. His show is interesting, he takes himself or other people and puts them in situations that are new to them. Like one episode was him and his girlfriend living on minimum wage for 30 days and it was just very informative and eye-opening. If anyone else has seen it, let me know.
"I'll hold you in our last moment
Don't let go, don't fight it
I'll hold you as the sky falls
Hold onto me and stand tall
As fire rains fro...
What network is it on?
<i>Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.</i> -- MLK
Steve: FX-the last episode of the season comes on Wednesday @ 10/9.
I think it's a great show. They had an episode where an excessively close-minded Christian went to live with a gay guy in San Fransisco and he really opened up. That one really opened my eyes when it came to the show.
Right now, FX is my favorite station. They have a lot of great shows like Rescue me, which I'm addicted to. They show some good movies, too and I like that DVD on TV thing. I like to see some of that behind-the-scenes movie magic stuff.
_"Bob is looking cool but he ain't smilin' no more!" _
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I love that show! The episode where they brought the two people from the city "off the grid" was really intresting. The show is really good, and I hope they bring it back for another season, I think if we have more scenarios like this, maybe we can get this great country of ours to be a little more oepn minded.
"Maybe that's all a family really is; a group of people who miss the same imaginary place"