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On our channels I can watch on ABC at 10am and city TV at 2pm. Bonnie's show is just getting better, or 'keeping it real'. She is not copying any other talk show that I know of, just being herself and including the band, Don and the rest of the cast. Being true to her roots (chicago) and raising money for the hospital is very time consuming but every $ counts. Whatever I do, I plan it so I can watch either time, sometimes watch it twice. That doesn't say much for our channels but am enjoying it immensely! Thunder Bay is still really cold, that is my excuse for staying in to watch, but keep it up. I don't know where your ratings fall but you all are tops with me! Thanks for the laughs and I enjoy your set, Frank Sinatra, what can I say? Kinda grew up with the rat pack. Sincerely, Millie Garbaz
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