- must + see (Wiktionary)
“TV stations and networks offer must-see programming and cable operators say that gives you too much leverage.”
“NBC's Perfect Couples is perfect as only one thing: an unwelcome reminder of the long-ago era when "must-see" NBC ruled Thursdays it's been a while, and the network was so smugly complacent it regularly filled the 8:30/7:30c half-hour between hits with cookie-cutter nonentities.”
“It doesn't get more British than Alfred Gilbert's 1887 monument to Queen Victoria, one of the oldest works in the year's first must-see exhibition: Modern British Sculpture.”
“A must-see for anyone who loves gangster films and period epics.”
“The sophisticated style, modern vibe and designer touches throughout--combined with 180-degree views of Los Angeles--make this home a must-see.”
“It's a must-see for anyone obsessed with molecular cuisine.”
“Reuters The Prabal Gurung Fall/Winter 2011 collection on Saturday No must-see newbie has emerged yet at New York Fashion Week, but the industry is nurturing several designers who have emerged in just the past year or two.”
“Another cultural must-see, the National Cherry Blossom Festival, kicks off March 26.”
“Photos: Harry's Law and 26 more must-see new shows”
“I believe it's safe to say he did it, and I will be doggone if it didn't prove that every game matters and the playoffs, no matter what game of what round, make for must-see television.”
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