Did you perchance mean reruns?
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“I also grew up watching these girls and still enjoy the re-runs today.”
“I like those cubicles with the partitions so I can pick at my teeth, yawn when I've been up the previous night until two in the morning watching re-runs of The Twilight Zone.”
“But TV's barren-ness is all too apparent now that PBS is in re-runs, while under attack by the same folks that want to monopolize the internet.”
“As Gordon declared at the beginning of each program, this show had "no teleprompters, no cue-cards, no idiot boards, no re-runs; just plain, ad-lib conversation in which we try to tell it like it really is...”
“The small-screen ubiquity of "Goodfellas" and "Law & Order" re-runs will likely keep his acting chops front and center for the foreseeable future.”
“How else could we catch re-runs of classics like Seinfeld?”
“Still, I cannot imagine the Armstrongs' five-year-old daughter Kennedy, nor Russell's two older sons, will ever watch re-runs of the series to be reminded who their dad was.”
“Bush lost one election, in 1978, served two terms as US president as you might remember, and a year after he left office, people are wearing T-shirts with his picture asking “Miss me yet?” and Newsweek re-runs his “Mission Accomplished” photo-op as their cover, non-ironically.”
““You can watch re-runs on cable—it is in syndication,” the nefarious henchman who stood by Fuentes said.”
“It only aired three seasons from 94-96 on fox, with only two seasons of re-runs on Comedy Central.”
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