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Eight Utah-based TV spin-offs should HBO’s new polygamy drama Big Love become a hit:


8. Big Butts: A dysfunctional Kearns family runs all-you-can-eat buffet scams.


7. Big Booze: Wacky workplace hijinks in a Sugar House state liquor store.


6. Big Box: A group of shoppers trapped in an Ogden Wal-Mart'with zombies!


5. Big Air: Park City snowboarders get hot between the sheets and on the slopes'with zombies!


4. Big Tobacco: South Salt Lake bong shop is really a front for selling cigarettes (outlawed in 2010).


3. Big Budah: Local TV personality moonlights as crime-fighting vigilante: “Feeling lucky, punk? Rub my belly.nn

2. Big Gulp: Reality competition to make the perfect 64-ounce Caffeine-Free Diet Black Cherry Vanilla Coke.


1. Big Buttars: A West Jordan senator is transported back in history by a time warp and teams with a talking-ape scientist to return to the present'or preferably, the ’50s.

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