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VIDEO: Ghost Whisperer: Do Over

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Ghost Whisperer: Do Over
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Aired: 10/16/2009

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A&E Cancels Breakout Kings, MTV Axes I Just Want My Pants Back

A&E has canceled the crime drama Breakout Kings after two seasons, Deadline reports.

The news comes one day after co-creator Matt Olmstead signed on to run NBC freshman drama Chicago Fire. Breakout Kings cheated death once before — it was originally developed for Fox, but A&E picked up more

Thursday TV in Review: Scandal, Community, Being Elmo and More

With a title like Scandal, surely you didn't expect subtlety to be on the menu of Shonda Rhimes' latest ABC potboiler. But as a companion piece to her enduring and still entertaining breakthrough Grey's Anatomy, it's just what the doctor ordered. If your doctor happens to be an indulgent "Dr. Feelgood" ...
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Artist Interview: Just Kait
Black Scientist Music Video
Forever Young
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The Treatment
The Treatment

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Jerk or Dork
Quid No Quo
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TV Listings



Year Title Description
2011 I Just Want My Pants Back TV Show Series, Actor - Jason Strider
2010 Cold Case: Almost Paradise
Season 7, Episode 21
Episode, Actor - Young Lee Mavoides
2009 Ghost Whisperer: Do Over
Season 5, Episode 4
Episode, Actor - Paul Jett
2006 The Treatment Movie, Actor - Ted
2004 Hope & Faith: Madam President
Season 1, Episode 13
Episode, Actor - Rodney

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MTV Brings I Just Want My Pants Back From Page to Screen

An adorable romantic named Jason — played by Peter Vack — deals with love, life and a one-night-stand snafu in I Just Want My Pants Back, MTV's charming new ...
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Thursday's TV: Sweeps Begin, and MTV Loses Its Pants

Things are about to get awfully busy on TV, as the February sweeps kick into gear tonight, meaning an end to the midwinter repeats for several weeks and blockbuster events over the next few weekends, starting with Sunday's Super Bowl on NBC, and continuing with the Grammys on CBS and the Oscars on ABC — just a guess, but these aren't listed merely sequentially but also in terms of audience buzz. (Adele joining the Grammy live-performance lineup makes that show instantly more interesting than anything that's likely to happen with this year's underpowered Oscars lineup.)

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