To read more than 200 comments...
click on the title of any post, it is a link to a separate page that shows all the comments. Scroll down to the bottom of the comments until you see the words newer and newest next to the number of comments on the right, those words are links that will lead you to a new page of comments. :)
Ten years ago, Bravo was a channel that showed highlights from operas around the world and movies with subtitles. That is pretty much all it showed which is how it got its name. Then they decided to try a reality show just for kicks. It was called Queer Eye For The Straight Guy. If not for that show, I doubt we would have seen any of the shows that now dominate Bravo's lineup. Queer Eye was so popular that NBC would show the episodes just to make sure that people without cable could catch the episodes. It burned hot and fast and Bravo over saturated the heck out of it because they had nothing else to show and it was such a monster hit. It disappeared almost as fast as it showed up. Now, it is coming back. At least for one show. The 10th anniversary show.
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