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Thanks for the Laugh 

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I just wanted to send a note of congratulations for Bill Frost’s ever-witty reviews of TV shows.

While watching an episode of Portlandia, I couldn’t help but recognize a review quoted from our very own City Weekly during a promotion for The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret.

Then it made me remember I’ve seen Frost’s review in another cable TV show: the Bad Girls Club ... something involving the word “bacon.” It was with several other reviews “decorating” the main entrance to the house. It made me chuckle, and at the very least, it’s good to know other folks are reading our favorite newspaper.

Thanks for doing what you do.

Chelsea Anderson
Salt Lake City


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