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- Kádar, János 1912-1989. Hungarian politician and first secretary-general of the Hungarian Communist Party (1956-1988). A member of the invading Soviet forces in the 1956 revolution, he twice served as prime minister (1956-1958 and 1961-1965).
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The Boston Herald's Mark Perigard thinks the show set in Brooklyn's Brighton Beach "reinforces every negative stereotype about Russian women," and adds a few new ones.
After last season's Real World failures to revitalize the show around the Washington, D.C. setting, the show opted for the opposite and reliable approach, Perigard says.
Perigard believes that this formula won't pay off for the network, and that "like a lot of 20-somethings, Real World could use a break, maybe a gap year to go find itself."
Author Mark Perigard promises the Cylons are closer than we think.