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it always gets me that the 18-35 years old are the ones the networks go after because they have the "largest spending compacity" bulls--t! They're still paying off their student loans, their mortgages, the fancy dancy car they just had to have, their designer clothes and other things that were necessary to them, the older crowd usually has their homes paid for or down to a reasonable mortgage, they're making more money than the younger ones most of the time, they've worked hard and are ready to spend a little extra and they have their credit rating build up to where they can spend a little more than the younger generation can without jeopardizing their future. Yet the networks cancelled shows like "Harry's Law" because it generated an older crowd than what they wanted. I hope and think it will come back to bite them in the assets.
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