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  07-04-2007, 05:56 AM
 
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your own reality show:

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quote:Over the past 25 years, Scott Baio has lived a life that all red-blooded American males' would sell their big screen TV, car and soul for, boasting a jaw-dropping roster of erotic ex's that would even make Warren Beatty blush. This extensive line-up of Hollywood honeys include: Heather Locklear, Pam Anderson, Denise Richards and Nicolette Sheridan.

But now, staring down the barrel of middle age, Scott has come to the end of his philandering rope. At 45, he finds himself at a mid-life crisis of mythic proportions, wondering why he's still single, alone and still unable to settle down and commit to a substantial, meaningful relationship.

With nowhere else to turn, Scott has decided to fully surrender the next eight weeks of his life to a highly-regarded life-coach. This person will guide him on a grueling, soul-searching mission; forcing him to confront a laundry list of old flames in order to hopefully get to the heart of his lonely heart condition.

Each episode, he will have to confront another chapter from his semi-sordid past, by actually reconnecting with some of his most substantial and combustible flames in order to get the bottom of his bad-boy behavior.

With the help of his long-time pals, Scott will be able to successfully sift through the wreckage of his past, and endure an assortment of life-altering activities, (including abstinence), in order to finally earn the chance at actually maintaining a meaningful, stable, healthy relationship.
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  07-04-2007, 06:31 PM
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Wow. It really is the end of the world.
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  07-06-2007, 11:43 AM
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I saw a promo for this today and it looks pretty interesting. At least its not another celebrity show to make you feel sorry for them, he seems to really want to find out why he is scared of committment.

I almost pissed myself laughing when the one chick from Growing Pains (the blonde girl who played Mike Seavers fiance and left him at the altar) told him that he was the reason she got an HIV test.
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I mightve missed this but what station will it be on??

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