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Where people bring in all these artifacts and they are told how much they're worth?
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Fresh Prince of Bel Air? No?


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Antiques roadshow?
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joan collins show?.....that b!tch is old
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Aw, no way, the UK has an Antiques Roadshow too?




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Except for House. We just stole the actor.
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Pretty much every good TV idea in the US is stolen from the UK. It's a rule.

Except for House. We just stole the actor.

any examples for this? other than the office, of course. thats a given.
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antiques roadshow
thats the only thing they show in australia
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Pretty much every good TV idea in the US is stolen from the UK. It's a rule.

Except for House. We just stole the actor.

Perhaps, but we will always have Seinfeld.
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any examples for this? other than the office, of course. thats a given.

They tried making a US IT crowd, but it was cancelled.
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Quote by Holy Katana
Pretty much every good TV idea in the US is stolen from the UK. It's a rule.

Except for House. We just stole the actor.


Erm, no. i'm pretty sure it's the other way 'round... Except 'The Office'. I would also like to hear some other examples.
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