Gentleman, if you wanted to hook up with Dr. Mona, CBS-11's jet setting medical correspondent, you might have missed your chance. In case you didn't see Channel 11's nauseating promo, the station was openly pimping out Dr. M, making her dating life depressing fodder for its depressed viewers: "How in the world could a beautiful, accomplished Emmy Award winning journalist like CBS-11 News Medical Correspondent Dr. Mona Khanna remain single all these years?" reads the marketing copy. (Maybe it's the whole modesty thing.) Anyhow, the good men of the Big D were encouraged to court Dr. Mona, Medicine Woman, via the station's Web site while Dr. Phil, whose show airs on Channel 11, and entertainment reporter Sandie Newton were teaming up to try to explain why Dr. Feel Good remained single. Basically, it's a lot like the premise for Good Night and Good Luck, except the exact opposite.
In any case, a quick check of the station's Web site shows that Channel 11 is no longer taking entries at this time. Maybe Dr. M is getting some, which is more than I can say for Mr. Matt. --Matt Pulle
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