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Neality TV

Entry Logged on: May 12, 2009 to Part 2 by: Neal - Photos by: Neal (1)
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After the success of the show "The L-Word", Neal and George produced a television show based upon Neal's life. In retrospect, it should have been obvious that a television show called "The N-Word" was destined for failure. The show based on George's life, "It's a G Thang" also didn't fare well, but didn't rack up quite as many law suits.

 

Neality TV - Above: an extremely poorly conceived idea.

Above: an extremely poorly conceived idea.

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Names Mentioned: the l-word(1)
Entry Logged By: Neal - Photos by: Neal (1)

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