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Good-bye Pine Valley, hello "The Chew"?

When I heard the news that ABC is canceling "All My Children" and "One Life To Live," I wasn't all that surprised. Networks had already dumped "Guiding Light," "As the World Turns," and several other soaps. I was surprised to learn what they'll be replacing "All My Children" with. It's a show called "The Chew." I am not making that up. "The Chew"? That might be the most unappealing name for a show that I've ever heard! I guess it's supposed to be a mix of talk show and cooking show. I suppose they already have shows including "The View," and "The Talk," so why not? I guess that's the hottest thing in daytime. The word "the" with one more word. With that in mind, I've come up with a few more ideas. The Smirk: This show would take a cynical look at the bizarre world of politics. Oh wait..we already have The Daily Show. The Belch: This show would be all about delicious beverages, hosted by Rosie O'Donnell. The Babble: obviously this show would have to be hosted by Charlie Sheen. Could also be called "The Incoherent." The Drool: I would like this show to be hosted by Matthew McConaughey. The Chortle: I would have to host this show because I just like the word chortle. I also would be willing to host a show called The Guffaw.

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