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OK, That High School Reunion Show? Not Bad. Not Bad at All.

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Already mentioned it a couple of times before, but it's worth noting again today -- if only for those J.J. Pearce Mustangs who wanna relive the, ah, glory days of 1987 courtesy TV Land's High School Reunion, which debuts tonight at 9. I started watching the first episode -- TV Land sent the first three -- but rather than review it for you, I'd much rather direct your attention to the first 11 minutes of tonight's episode. Seems much more helpful ... ier? ... that way. --Robert Wilonsky

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