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I went online and ordered a few more, all of them with their vintage sleazoid covers.
You'll need to give your telly a wash after letting this sleazoid gunk it up for an hour.
The most highly anticipated--and not just dancewise--is surely The Producers, based on the hilarious Mel Brooks film about two endearingly sleazoid con men who inadvertently produce a hit musical.
The challenge is to connect those stories with each other, to see them as part of a larger, shared story, rather than as freakish tales fit for the sleazoid talk shows.
Another sleazoid talk show, "Ricki Lake" (a repeat airing no less), also holds down third place during the time period from roughly midnight to 1 a.
Newsweek presents its report on sleazoid politician Dick Morris, who got caught with his head up his fly, as a tale "of a powerful man brought down by a woman.
The character sketches collectively provide a good reminder that the communes were inhabited by individual persons, not undifferentiated stereotypical sleazoid hippies, as so many contemporary popular press accounts that constituted most Americans' primary conduit of information about communes insinuated.
Young student Bartek (Amil Mackowiak) has the makings of first-class sleazoid businessman, a natural product (suggests Stuhr's script) of Poland's new, anything-for-a-zloty economy.
He also has the advantage of an excellent set of foils, including Tom Sizemore (currently the sleazoid of choice in Hollywood) as the tough guy who kicks off the plot and Don Cheadle as Easy's sometime sidekick from Houston, a man who gets big laughs from the audience by living out for Easy his own worst possibilities.
Not so ably assisted by lecherous co-compere Sergei Puukolisto (a nicely sleazoid Jason Geary), the bright, bouncy, occasionally bitchy Bronya segues through the presentation of a truly astonishing array of direly distinctive contestants.
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