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* ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo''. This show and almost all of its multiple incarnations completely dominated the network in the late 1990s, early 2000s, with the [[WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooWhereAreYou original series]], ''WesternAnimation/TheNewScoobyDooMovies'', ''WesternAnimation/APupNamedScoobyDoo'' and later ''WesternAnimation/WhatsNewScoobyDoo'' being the most well known. When the show inexplicably re-surged in popularity Cartoon Network took advantage of it. Several new movies and series were aired and it seemed like if a show wasn't ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'', ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry'', ''WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones'', a show on Creator/{{Toonami}}, or one of the popular WesternAnimation/CartoonCartoons, it was bumped for more ''Scooby-Doo''.
** Back then, you could even expect to see at least one Scooby-Doo Marathon every few months.
** When ever there was a "Toon Extra" playing, you could also expect an airing of ''The New Scooby-Doo Mysteries''.
** If this wasn't the result of Scooby actually becoming the [[http://www.toonzone.net/forums/cartoon-network-cartoon-forum/269798-anyone-remember-when-scooby-doo-became-president-2000-a.html#.UXgUyaI3vIc president]] of Cartoon Network during the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ej3TwltByfs&list=PL12689BDFDC753F5D 2000 presidental campaign]], this may have helped it.
** Add a further comment to the ''Scooby-Doo'' part for Creator/CartoonNetwork: for a while they would also take any moment they can to play ''Scooby-Doo'' movies at any chance they can. That and ''WesternAnimation/JohnnyTest''.
*** Ironically, since at least 2010, there has been less and less ''Scooby-Doo'' airtime on the American Cartoon Network channel. The pre-1990s shows have not been seen on the network since early 2010, and the only ''Scooby-Doo'' programming seen on the channel since then has been the more inferior ''WesternAnimation/WhatsNewScoobyDoo'' and the [[DarkerAndEdgier more controversial]] ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated'', usually once or twice a weekday. The ''Scooby-Doo'' movies are also not played very often, and when they are, they are usually the more recent ones.
*** Boomerang, at least in the UK, held what it called a ''Scooby Summer'' sometime during the 2000's. For the entirety of the summer holidays, every waking hour in the schedule would be filled by ''Scooby-Doo''. It might have been the longest marathon of any cartoon ''[[SeriousBusiness ever]]'', complete with adverts berating the viewers and making it seem like it was their fault! Even today, as of 2011, Boomerang will be having a "Scooby Week" or two, using excuses such as Easter break and midterms.
* During the early 2010's, ''WesternAnimation/{{Planet 51}}'' was shown regularly on Cartoon Network for seemingly ''no reason'' at very random times of the day - that is, until the movie's broadcast rights went to Nickelodeon sometime around 2014.
* WesternAnimation/CartoonCartoons, why else would they have [[CartoonCartoonFridays their own block]]?
** From '99 to 2002 you could not go one day without seeing shows like ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'' or ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' playing on the network. Both of these shows were practically CN's mascots during that time, to the point that when Cartoon Network finally canceled ''Looney Tunes'' in 2004 it was replaced by ''Dexter'' reruns.
** Also, in the mid-2000s, they would show nothing but ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'' back to back on Saturday mornings. The show also replaced ''Looney Tunes'' and other classic cartoons as "Toon Extras" in early 2004.
** ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'' is certainly worth a mention. Since its debut in January 1999, it has been a big hit on Cartoon Network, has aired a total of 70 episodes running through 5 and 1/4 seasons and a series-ending movie and, even after being out of production for years, it still airs at least 2 episodes every Monday-Friday. Suffice it to say, it is admired by both viewers and CN.
** ''WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog'' became the new 'it' show during and after the reign of ''PPG'' and ''Dexter's Lab'', then, even after it was cancelled, it came back sometime during the late 2000's and could be seen airing every day for a time during 2010 and early 2011, though that's since ceased. It has since returned in 2013 as part of Cartoon Network's regular programming. For some reason, ever since ''Courage'' was rerun, "The Curse of Ramses" would show more often than any other episode by a substantial margin.
* The original ''WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10}}'' used to be like this. The sequels, on the other hand, tend to only be shown a couple times a week.
** It's a different story in the UK, as (along with ''Chowder'' and ''Johnny Test'') ''Ben 10'' and ''WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce'' dominate the channel. It's got to the point where the late evening 'Cartoon Cartoon' show now consists of nothing but ''WesternAnimation/{{Chowder}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce'' reruns.
** It happened in France as well during 2012, where ''WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce'' and ''WesternAnimation/Ben10UltimateAlien'' were present 50% of the time.
** An odd example with ''WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse'', which has daily slots on Boomerang, despite still being in production on Cartoon Network proper.
* ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime''. In addition to weekly marathons, it's used to round out most 15-minute blocks left over after movies.
** Both of the ''[[GenderBender Fionna and Cake]]'' episodes were ''heavily'' promoted, countdown clock and all. The CN site even changed the link with Finn's face on it to Fionna's during its premiere week! It even has its own web game and DVD now, the ads for both being commonly seen.
* For the CN Real block, the scheduling wasn't so bad; the live-action shows mainly stayed within the block. However, they were endlessly promoted over every cartoon, and the kicker was [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fwlb2gGEk54 a video featuring Andrew W.K.]] proudly proclaiming that Cartoon Network was more than just cartoons.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheMarvelousMisadventuresOfFlapjack'' was hit with this literally from the instant it premiered -- CN started airing it multiple times per day even though ''there was only one episode.'' Ironic, given that CN stopped caring halfway through the second season.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball''. Huge, huge buildup: They showed a "sneak peek" of it six days before its premiere. The day it debuted, there was a countdown bug on screen. And already it's averaging at least one rerun a day.
** As of October 2014 ''Gumball'' averages at least 8 - 10 repeats every weekday. It and ''Teen Titans Go'' (also averaging 8 episodes daily) are commonly used whenever Cartoon Network seemingly needs schedule filler.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheLooneyTunesShow'' seems to be this as well, in that, like ''Adventure Time'' above, its "Merrie Melodies" segments are occasionally used to round out the minutes after other shows. Also, like ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'', there was a countdown bug on the screen the day it premiered. Also, during the 4th of July weekend of 2011, the network aired random episodes of the show that were supposedly made up until that point, along with random airings of classic ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' shorts, ''Film/SpaceJam'', and ''Film/LooneyTunesBackInAction'' in continuous loops. Back in the day, they used to have "June Bugs", a 72-hour block in June, consisting of nothing but Creator/BugsBunny cartoons. The final regular June Bugs marathon was in 2002 until it got a semi-revival in 2013.
* ''WesternAnimation/HiHiPuffyAmiYumi'' got hit with this during its heyday. CN gave it major promotion, marathons, a prime time premiere slot, daily reruns, merchandising, and even a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yw6yFUGBuFU parade float]] for the UsefulNotes/MacysThanksgivingDayParade in 2005 (with Music/PuffyAmiYumi themselves performing!). This was all an attempt to make this show the next ''Powerpuff Girls''. By the third season, however, [[ScrewedByTheNetwork they stopped caring about it]].
* ''WesternAnimation/CaptainPlanetAndThePlaneteers'' was transmitted day and night. In Latin America, it was transmitted during weekends (the time of the day kids are mostly free) for four hours in a row. It's one of the reasons why such a light-hearted series could triumph during UsefulNotes/{{the Dark Age|of Comic Books}}.
* As of this writing, ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' seems to be heading this way, to the point of airing it '''3 times a day''' on Tuesday afternoons. As of August 2014, it airs 3 to 5 times a day on the schedule. It's not to the extent of [[WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball other]] [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo CN]] [[WesternAnimation/AdventureTime shows]], but it's still alot.
* ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama'', seasonally. You won't find it in the Winter. But when Spring/Summer comes, it comes back in full force with a new season. Heck, CN was actually willing to sacrifice an hour of ''WesternAnimation/JohnnyTest'' for its previous seasons to prepare for the new one.
** During the second part of the fifth season, CN showed at least one new episode a weekday, sometimes even two, hyping it as a "Summer Showdown". The same would happen to the entirety of its sixth season.
** If you happen to be near a Tv in the afternoon you can still sometimes catch reruns of the first, second or third seasons in any order.
* ''The High Fructose Adventures of WebVideo/TheAnnoyingOrange''. Like with ''Gumball'', there was a "sneak peek" of a ''Film/StarTrek'' parody episode two weeks before it was to officially premiere. Said sneak peek episode went on to be rerun once a day for at least a week. Countdown bugs on the screen for the whole day of both the sneak peek ''and'' the actual premiere.
* Oh, ''WesternAnimation/JohnnyTest''. Hated by many and loved by nobody except the execs, the series managed to last for 9 years with 6 seasons and retain heavy advertising despite having a very loud {{hatedom}} begging for its cancellation (a hatedom that only ''[[ThisIsGonnaSuck gr]][[SerialEscalation ew]]'' after it replaced ''DC Nation''!). Before the show officially ended in its native Canada, their cries seemed to go unheard, perhaps due to how cheap the animation is for ''Johnny Test'' - even if the bare minimum of people are watching it, they still make a profit! Since the show ended though, CN would only air it for one hour early in the morning in May, get rid of its slot on weekdays in June and July, and remove it completely by September. CN then brought it back for a ''nearly all day'' Christmas Day marathon that year, presumably to burn off the last remaining episodes, before it faded back into obscurity.
* ''Franchise/{{Ninjago}}'' seems to have become this, mainly due to the success of its accompanying [[MerchandiseDriven toyline]]. It died down by February 2015; as of then ''Ninjago'' only reruns in some weekends in every two months, and episodes often premiere exclusively on the CN website.
* Speaking of Boomerang, they decided to devote weekdays and entire weekends to nothing but ''WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones''. To the point where it gets so bad that if you here the theme song ''one more freakin' time'' you'll scream.
** Nowadays it seems like Boomerang is a place where older ''Creator/CartoonNetwork'' shows AdoredByTheNetwork go to thrive. It's a bunch of ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'', ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'', ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'', ''WesternAnimation/TwoStupidDogs'', ''WesternAnimation/CowAndChicken'', with their typical older shows thrown in. And, for inexplicable reasons, ''WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse''. But ''Looney Tunes'' didn't join them again until around 2011.
** For a while in the mid-2000s, Boomerang's weekdays were almost nothing but ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerryKids'', ''WesternAnimation/APupNamedScoobyDoo'' and ''WesternAnimation/BabyLooneyTunes'', with old ''WesternAnimation/WallyGator'' cartoons in between every show.
** As of spring 2015, Boomerang plays episodes of ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'', and ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo!'', so they can get modern Cartoon Network viewers to watch the channel.
* For CN Asia viewers, it's ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry'' or ''WesternAnimation/ThePinkPanther''. The entire afternoon is nothing but episodes of both, and all CN Originals (with the exception of Network Darlings ''WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10}}'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Chowder}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheMarvelousMisadventuresOfFlapjack'') are scheduled after ''midnight''; i.e. way past the bedtime of their target audience.
** Say what you will, but ''Ben 10'' was this on CN Asia between 2008 to 2012. You know it's really adored when Ben 10 related shows are airing almost 10 times a day, and new shows all premiere on it's sister channel Boomerang Asia instead, and new episodes airing between Tom and Jerry and Pink Panther reruns as well as Oggy and the Cockroaches (the only other show it adores- despite said show also airing on Disney, and now, even Nickelodeon). Word has it that one Malaysian entertainment company got the rights to the live show for the South East Asia region, and CN was spamming Ben 10 to drum up interest for the event as per their part of the agreement.
** As of this writing, CN Asia really adores ''WesternAnimation/OggyAndTheCockroaches''. Which is a major {{facepalm}} because ''Oggy'' is ''untrue'' to the network (it's also airing on Disney Asia '''''and''''' Nickelodeon Asia, and on various country-specific terrestrial networks in the region like NTV7 in Malaysia and TCS Okto in Singapore).
* Creator/AdultSwim at one point began airing ''WesternAnimation/{{Squidbillies}}'' every weeknight at midnight while airing commercials stating it was getting low ratings and ''berating the viewers for not watching this awesome show.''
** Adult Swim absolutely loves Creator/{{Fox}} reruns, specifically ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' and [[WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy any]] [[WesternAnimation/AmericanDad show]] [[WesternAnimation/TheClevelandShow made]] by Creator/SethMacFarlane. Weekdays are ''King of the Hill'', ''American Dad'', and ''Family Guy'' for 6 of its 9 hours (including repeats). In one week, there is going to be 14 hours of ''King of the Hill'', 12.5 hours of ''Family Guy'', and 10 hours of ''American Dad'' for a total of 36.5 hours.
** Adult Swim lost the rights to air ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' at the end of 2007. In the days leading up to New Year's Day 2008, they showed every episode in existence at that point in a row.
** ''Futurama'' would later be the network favorite for Creator/ComedyCentral when they [[UnCancelled renewed the series]]. Not only did it get at least one airing every weekday at 1:30 (Along with the regular airing at 9:00 PM before their precious ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark''), but it also got another 26 episode renewal bringing the show's run up to 2013 along with promotion and a nice 10:00 PM slot. They love the show just as much as Adult Swim did.
*** One could almost say they love the show just as much as ''South Park''. Perhaps even ''more'', given how much air time it gets.
** Adult Swim has also been playing ''WesternAnimation/TheOblongs'' pretty regularly, off and on, since 2002, sometimes even 4 or 5 days a week, despite the show only having 13 episodes.
** ''WesternAnimation/RobotChicken'' has consistently aired two eps a night at midnight on Adult Swim's weeknight block (excluding Thursdays) since at least 2010, and at one point was used as the lead-in to the entire Sunday night block. This status was eventually lampshaded by having AS execs Keith Crofford and Mike Lazzo appear in the 100th episode [[spoiler: to fight the Robot Chicken during his rampage through the castle, only to be easily killed. Crofford's last words:]]
-->[[spoiler: The ratings we'll get for this will be '''''huge'''''...]]
** Adult Swim appears to be going all-in on WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty. As of May 10th, 2014, they show only one episode per week (on Sunday nights), but they show it twice per rotation, at 9 PM and Midnight. When combined with the repeat run, this means that the same episode of the show airs ''four times'' on the same day. Of course, given the quality of the show, and the fact that, because of this, it's very easy to actually watch, I'm sure [[TropesAreNotBad very few people]] are complaining about it.
* ''WesternAnimation/DragonsRidersOfBerk'', like other shows introduced to the network since 2010, got the sneak-peak hour-long episode which was then re-aired every day for a week, the countdown bug on the screen for the actual premiere, and, again, the currently most-recent episode is re-aired at least once every day for a week until the next episode premieres, to the point that it briefly took over ''WesternAnimation/CartoonPlanet'''s timeslot to air reruns. The show eventually took over WesternAnimation/DCNation's timeslot for reruns on Saturdays, with ''WesternAnimation/JohnnyTest'' on Sundays, while the actual DC Nation was on hiatus, and the network of course didn't tell any of the creators about this. And this was all before it took a ChannelHop to Creator/{{Netflix}} to make room for ''Teen Titans Go!'' reruns.
* During the holidays, you can rarely turn on Cartoon Network without seeing ''WesternAnimation/GrandmaGotRunOverByAReindeer''. As mentioned on its Trivia page, it airs so much that if one hears the titular theme again, they'll scream.
* They have some sort of odd fixation to airing ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry: The Magic Ring'' on most weekends. This has been happening since '''''2005'''''.
* ''WesternAnimation/FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends'', ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'', ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'', ''WesternAnimation/CampLazlo'', and ''WesternAnimation/MyGymPartnersAMonkey'' were Cartoon Network's flagship shows during the mid-[=2000s=] by the time the network was entering its DorkAge. Reruns were shown almost all the time and they also got several marathons. Foster's was popular enough to have lots of merchandise, and like ''[=AmiYumi=]'' listed above, got a Macy's Parade float for three years (though the [[RickRoll last appearance of the float]] was OvershadowedByAwesome).
* ''Series/IncredibleCrew''. For every three minute commercial block (''especially'' on the sister channel, Boomerang''), you could expect at least two ads for that show. [[ScrewedByTheNetwork Naturally, it didn't go over well]].
* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'', to no one's surprise being the ''comedy'' half of the DC Nation lineup, quickly fell into this. Its DC Nation slot is a rerun, with a primetime slot showing new episodes. Ads for it show constantly, while ''WesternAnimation/BewareTheBatman'' had InvisibleAdvertising. CN even runs marathons of it to fill up the daytime schedule. In just a few episodes the Network had already ordered a second season, while ''Batman'' got pulled from DC Nation entirely (supposedly scheduled for a January return, until CN pushed it to an unspecified "first half of 2014" return), all but guaranteeing the latter is gonna get the axe considering [[ScrewedByTheNetwork how little]] CN thinks of Action Cartoons. As of August 2014, ''Titans'' is now airing '''six times a day''' on the weekdays, despite only having 29 half-hour episodes! Even CN's other hits like ''Adventure Time'' and ''Gumball'' don't receive that many airings in one day. The network's devotion to the show is apparent in their 2014-15 bumps for the show, insisting that it's, and we quote, "your new favorite show."
** Interestingly, as of spring 2015, most TV Guides will mix up a rerun of the show with another show, like ''WesternAnimation/UncleGrandpa'' or ''WesternAnimation/{{Clarence}}''.
** Not only do they play the show a lot, they play the episodes "Mas Y Menos" and "Uncle Jokes" every day. They also used to show "Serious Business" every other day...causing the Pee-Pee Dance to become a meme!
** For the week of June 29-July 3, 2015, and over the Fourth of July weekend, the network showed ''nothing but the show'' just to hype up the 100th episode (episodes 96-99 also premiered during the week). Except for ''Gumball'', new episodes of ''Ninjago'', airings of ''Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules'' and ''The Smurfs'', and, of course, Adult Swim, the network practically became the ''Teen Titans Go Network'', echoing Nickelodeon's approach to ''SpongeBob Squarepants''. Normal schedule patterns returned the next week, reducing the show's presence to roughly 45% of the schedule and re-adding reruns of ''Uncle Grandpa'', ''Gumball'', ''Clarence'', and ''Steven Universe'', plus an additional slot for ''Ninjago'', a very early-morning slot for ''Tom & Jerry Tales'', and even another early morning slot for ''Pokemon''.
** ''Teen Titans Go!'' dominating the schedule, amongst the show's other most blaring problems, is one of the reasons why it is perhaps the most hated show in CN history (yes, even worse than CN Real).
* With Cartoon Network's flicks, ''Literature/DiaryOfAWimpyKid'' has been aired '''a lot''', almost once every four or five weeks.
** For what it counts, even commercials for the films got a lot of airtime - to the point that the same commercial for ''Rodrick Rules'' would often play ''three or more times in a row''.
* Prior to its premiere, Cartoon Network was ''seriously'' hyping up ''WesternAnimation/UncleGrandpa'' as is pretty typical for first-run shows. On its premiere, forty-five minutes after the pilot episode, Cartoon Network even showed the pilot ''again,'' replacing ''WebAnimation/TheAnnoyingOrange'''s timeslot.
* The UK channel loved airing nothing but ''The Fruitties'' and ''WesternAnimation/BlinkyBill'' on weekday mornings until noon from the mid 90's to the mid 2000's.
** Sometimes, this block would be followed by an hour of ''WesternAnimation/FishPolice''.
* There was a time (years 2003-2009) when the UK feed of Cartoon Network almost every day between 2:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. of UK time aired nothing, but WesternAnimation/GadgetBoyAndHeather.
* Since the first special arrived in 2004, ''WesternAnimation/ScaryGodmother'' and its sequel special ''The Revenge of Jimmy'' are routinely aired on Cartoon Network every October. If Halloween is coming up CN can and will air both specials, though to a modest degree compared to certain other shows on the schedule. It helps that both specials are pretty entertaining [[SoBadItsGood So Bad They're Good]] {{Guilty Pleasure}}s (not unlike the ''Grandma'' special listed above) with voice actors from Creator/TheOceanGroup.
* The movie ''Film/SchoolOfRock'' was adored by Cartoon Network in the mid-2000's. It aired at least once or more a month.
* The BENELUX version of CN had (and maybe still has) a special block on Sundays (that airs every sunday, not only once a month) called ''60''. It is a block during which content of one single show would be shown for 5 hours straight (from 8 am to 1 pm), with no pauses in between. As you could guess it became the go to place to see anything that was ever adored by the network. A few shows on that block were WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor (which was the most common show to be featured on that block) and WesternAnimation/GeorgeOfTheJungle . An extra mention could go to a certain commercial short for the block (in which they said that you could watch ''60'' instead of doing really boring activities) that has been used from 2008 to 2011 and aired during every single day of that show. They loved it so much that the next short used shots of it.
** CN Poland also had this ''60'' block in years 2001-2008.
** CN Europe had this until 2010. The last incarnation was known as ''Cartoon Toon Toon'' and the only show it had was the 2007 adaptation of George of the Jungle and was dropped after a month.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'' was especially subject to this in late 2014-early 2015, to the point that, on January 19 of the latter year, reruns of ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' ceased airing on all days but Thursday and Saturday to make room for more ''Gumball'', along with ''Adventure Time'' and ''Regular Show'' in favor of more ''Teen Titans Go'' and ''WesternAnimation/{{Clarence}}''. Though many ''Steven'' fans feared that the show was about to become a victim of [[ScrewedByTheNetwork network screwing]], the outcry created by this move caused CN to start airing ''SU'' reruns more often starting February 2. However, CN was ''still'' determined to squeeze one more episode of ''Gumball'' in for no apparent reason, so that meant the final ''Gumball'' rerun of the day got ''Adventure Time'''s 7:00 PM slot, moving ''AT'' to 7:30 and ''Regular Show'' to 7:45 (the only time they aired during the day). Even worse, there were no more repeats of new episodes on Sunday evening - and ''AT'' and ''RS'' are supposed to be the network's defining shows!! This makes a little more sense since the new president of Cartoon Network, Christina Miller, is a {{moral guardian|s}} who considers ''AT'' and ''RS'' as too risque for a kids channel[[note]]because they're both gunning for the PeripheryDemographic of adults[[/note]], so she may be trying to cut both shows' timeslots deliberately in favor of running the slightly more kid-friendly ''Gumball'', ''Uncle Grandpa'', ''Teen Titans Go'' and ''Steven Universe'' as of then[[note]]all four shows, especially ''Steven'', notably have {{Periphery Demographic}}s on their own[[/note]]. So blame Ms.Miller for the lack of Adventure Time and Regular Show airings, and more reruns of Teen Titans Go!.
* With the 2015 rebrand of Boomerang in America, ''WesternAnimation/TheGarfieldShow'' seems to have fallen into this category, airing eight times a day, more than any other show!
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