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10th Jun '16 3:02:47 AM AgProv
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* SpicyLatina: Michelle Gomez provides a rare British example as a South American married to a professional footballer.

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* SpicyLatina: Michelle Gomez Creator/MichelleGomez provides a rare British example as a South American married to a professional footballer.
8th May '16 3:28:55 PM AgProv
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A British television series about a young author named Claire who moves to Scotland. In an effort to make friends, Claire starts a book club. The series follows the unusual group through their lives, which range from the mundane to the bizarre, as they discuss their books (and, of course, its relationship to their own lives).

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A British television series about a young American author named Claire who moves to Scotland. In an effort to make friends, Claire starts a book club. The series follows the unusual group through their lives, which range from the mundane to the bizarre, as they discuss their books (and, of course, its relationship to their own lives).


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* SpicyLatina: Michelle Gomez provides a rare British example as a South American married to a professional footballer.
16th Jun '13 12:28:30 AM nombretomado
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* TheDitz: Many of the members of the book group, especially in the first episode where they read ''TheRoad'' and one character says that characters loves Mexico, as evidenced by the praise given to ''Chicago.''

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* TheDitz: Many of the members of the book group, especially in the first episode where they read ''TheRoad'' ''Literature/TheRoad'' and one character says that characters loves Mexico, as evidenced by the praise given to ''Chicago.''
3rd Jan '13 4:39:27 PM justanid
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A British television series about a young author named Claire who moves to Scotland. In an effort to make friends, Claire starts a book club. The series follows the unusual group through their lives, which range from the mundane to the bizarre, as they discuss their books (and, of course, its relationship to their own lives).

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* BritishBrevity: Two seasons of six episodes, each a bit over twenty minutes.
* TheDitz: Many of the members of the book group, especially in the first episode where they read ''TheRoad'' and one character says that characters loves Mexico, as evidenced by the praise given to ''Chicago.''
* FunnyForeigner: Claire is bewildered by her new European friends and British customs. They see her the same way, to some extent.
* KavorkaMan: Every female in the series is drawn to Kenny, who is the best guy of the bunch but is by no means the Adonis they imagine.
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