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I’m just catching up on this a.m.’s posts, and I read the Boston Legal Viewing Party one, and actually made the mistake of following the link.

This is some sort of joke, right? Is this like the sad people who think Emilio Estavez’s dad is president? Or are these “viewing parties” common in the big coastal blue cities?

The closest thing we have to viewing parties in these parts are frantic telephone calls to make sure our friends and family are watching Brit Hume’s ritual Sunday morning disembowelment of Juan Williams. That, and the Super Bowl.

But Boston Legal? The show where TJ Hooker gets really fat and becomes an ambulance chaser?

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