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A lot of excitement has been generated about the launch of Oprah Winfrey's new TV network (OWN: The Oprah Winfrey Network). She's got a bunch of new shows and some look interesting..I'm always a sucker for shows about miracles (The Miracle Detectives), shows about kids (Kidnapped by the Kids), and of course, Dr. Phil. Oprah loves to inspire people, and even though I haven't watched OWN yet, I have already been inspired. I am going to create my own TV network. Unfortunately, my initials aren't as perfectly suited for this purpose, but that's not stopping me. Over the next few weeks, I will be unveiling some of the original programming that will appear on my network. I'm really excited about the first show on the docket. Sponge: this is a one hour science/social experiment show. On each episode a different sponge will be featured. Sometimes it will be a kitchen sponge, other times it might be one that's used elsewhere in the home, or for industrial purposes. Top scientists will analyze the bacteria content, which also be shown to the viewer, CSI style. I know, I know. You say "that's been done."  But here's where it gets really exciting.  We compare and contrast the germy sponge with actual living sponges, such as grown men who won't move out of their mother's home and just spend all day playing video games. If you know some one who we should feature on this program, please comment on this blog, and I'll follow up with you shortly.

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01/04/2011 8:19AM
Introducing: The Kitty Dunn Network!
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01/05/2011 9:03AM
Jan S
how about the sponges that live on your couch, like your husband or kids.
01/05/2011 1:45PM
Art Paul Schlosser
I have this really yucky dirty sponge I have been using on dishes that I'm about throw out that you could have
01/06/2011 3:43PM
Steve
I just got signed to the KDN. It's called "Snow Bank". I stand on various street corners in the spring waiting for snow to melt. I collect what is revealed in the black melting snow. The show comes to a spectacular conclusion when I sell everything at a Memorial Day rummage sale. The pilot episode will feature Kitty Dunn herself as I find a sponge frozen since November. Great crossover. I'll be on Tuesday nights right after "Cow!"
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