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Fixing the fall TV season

tvsetThe 2009 Fall TV Season is under way!  Are you excited? Neither am I. I took a look at the fall schedule the networks put together, and noticed some shows with somewhat intriguing titles. But the premises of these shows seem either boring or downright stupid. So I've come up with some suggestions for network execs that I think would make things much better. -----Shark Tank7pm Tuesday on ABC. What it's about: Reality show involving teams in an invention/product development competition. What it should be: Overexposed celebrities have to face off against a shark in a marine environment, and must complete challenges. (Let's throw a bucket of blood in the water and see what happens.") First guest: Dr. Phil. -----The Forgotten  9pm Tuesday on ABC What it's about: A crime show where investigators discover the identity of Jane or John Doe murder victims. What it should be:  Hidden camera show capturing a variety of situations in which items are left on top of people's cars and drive away. It's wild when that milk goes splat on the highway! -----Three Rivers 8pm Sunday on CBS What it's about: Another hospital drama/soap opera What it should be: Sci-fi show in a universe that parallels Two Rivers, Wisconsin. Pronounced "Thrivvers." -----Modern Family8pm Wednesday on ABC What it is: Mockumentary style family sitcom starring Ed O'Neill from Married with Children What it should be: Update on the modern Stone-age family, the Flintstones, who have time traveled to modern day Bedrock. They flip out when they're told they can't use an elephant to wash their dishes. Wilma!!!!!

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